THE NEAR-FAULT METAMORPHISM CONNECTED WITH DEEP FRACTURES AND ORE FORMATION SYSTEM
The main features of near-fault metamorphism are developing in narrow drainage structures of displacing nature and arising as a result of block dislocatinns during late-and postorosenic development stages of geosynclinal-folded regions. The near-fauit metamorphism connected with deep fractures has progressive and resressive branches and in regard to factes level it reaches high stages up to magma formation in the stream of ascending intratelluric solutions. Concerning geochemistry, the near-fault metumorphism is characterised by many petrogenic and ore elements supplied from deep, still thermally active section of the Earth crust and the upper mantle including intensive local redistribution of chemical elements with formation of various metal concentrations.
【CateGory Index】： P611