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Ore-forming fluids and metallogenesis of Mengku iron deposit in Altay,Xinjiang

YANG FuQuan1,MAO JingWen1,CHAI FengMei1,2,LIU Feng1,ZHOU Gang3,GENG XinXia1,LIU GuoRen3 and XU LinGang4 (1 MRL Key Laboratory of Metallogeny and Mineral Assessment,Institute of Mineral Resources,CAGS,Beijing 100037,China; 2 College of Geology & Prospecting Engineering Program,Xinjiang University,Urumqi 830046,Xinjiang,China; 3 No. 4 Geological Party of Xinjiang Bureau of Geology and Mineral Exploration and Development,Altay 836500,Xinjiang,China; 4 Institute of Mineralogy and Mineral Resources,Technical University of Clausthal,Clausthal-Zellerfeld 38678,Germany)  
The Mengku large-size iron deposit occurs in metavolcanic-sedimentary sequence of the Upper Silurian-Lower Devonian Kangbutiebao Formation,with the host rocks being garnet skarn,granulitite,leucogranulitite and marble. Ore bodies are largely concordant with the bedding of the strata,and the distribution of the ore bodies is spatially related to skarn. Inclusions in garnet of the skarn period are dominantly glassy melt inclusions,fluid-melt inclusions and fluid inclusions. Fluid inclusions in minerals of the middle skarn stage are liquid inclusions (two-phase aqueous-type inclusions). Fluid inclusions in minerals of the regional metamorphic period mostly contain liquid inclusions and daughter mineral-bearing inclusions. Homogenization temperatures of melt inclusions in the skarn period is 1 100 ℃,and homogenization temperatures of fluid inclusions in the early skarn stage vary from 193 to 499 ℃,with the peaks around 450 ℃,350 ℃ and 230 ℃. Homogenization temperatures of fluid inclusions in the late skarn stage vary from 263 to 550 ℃,with the peak around 350℃. Fluid inclusions in the regional metamorphic period show a wide range of homogenization temperatures from 132 to 513°C,with three peaks around 350℃,230℃ and 190℃ respectively. Salinity ranges from 1.23 to 60.31 wt.% NaCl equiv. Ore fluid densities range from 0.64 to 1.16 g/cm3. The δ18OSMOW values of garnet,quartz and calcite range from 0.2‰ to 8.4 ‰,with the corresponding δ18OH2O values between -5.1‰ and 5.33‰,and δD values of fluid inclusions between -127‰ and -81‰. The combined isotopic data imply that the ore-forming fluids of the skarn period in the Mengku iron deposit were mainly derived from magmatic fluids,with a minor part from the meteoric water,and the ore-forming fluids of the regional metamorphic period was mainly derived from the meteoric water,with a minor part from the metamorphic water. The δ13CPDB values of calcite from the Mengku iron deposit define a narrow range of -6.1‰ to -2.3‰,indicating that the carbon in the fluids was mainly derived from the mantle or a deep-seated place. The Mengku iron mineralization took place in the early period of Early Devonian (slightly later than 404~400 Ma),with its metallogenesis related to the retrogressive metamorphism of the skarn.
【Fund】: 国家重点基础研究发展计划项目(编号2007CB411302);; 国家自然科学基金项目(编号40672065);; “十一五”国家科技支撑计划重点项目(编号2006BAB07B02-01);; 国土资源大调查项目(编号1212010786006;1212010561506)的资助成果
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