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REVIEW OF GEOLOGICAL FLUID AND ITS MINERALIZATION MECHANISM

TAN Wen-juan~1, WEI Jun-hao~1, GUO Da-zhao~1, TAN Jun~1, WU Jing-hua~2 (1.Faculty of Earth Resources,China University of Geosciences,Wuhan,430074; 2.Northwest Hubei Geological and Mineral Resources Survey, Xiangfan, 441003)  
AbstrcatGeological fluids are the certain results of geological processes, and the formation of ore deposits has closely associated with the origin, migration and sedimentation of geological fluids in the special structural setting. There are some differences in the mineralized mechanisms of different geological fluids. Magmatic hydrothermal fluids achieve in ore-forming elements supersaturation and deposition because of depressed temperature and decreased pressure. Basin fluids migrate and congregate in the process of convection or aggradation. Sea floor hydrothermal fluids associated with submarine basic magmatic activity form the sulphide deposits. The alkali metasomatism of mantle fluids forms large scale mesothermal deposit. In the mineralized stage, the structures play an important part in the distribution and concentration of ore-forming elements.
【Fund】: 教育部博士点基金(编号:20040491502)资助。
【CateGory Index】: P611
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