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Geology,geochemistry and K-Ar ages of the Karamay basic-intermediate dyke swarm from Xinjiang,China

LI Xin-zi,HAN Bao-fu,JI Jian-qing,LI Zong-huai,LIU Zhi-qiang,YANG Bi n Key Laboratory of Orogenic Belts and Crustal Evolution,Peking University,Beijing100871,China Correspondence should be addressed to HAN Bao-fu(E-mail:bfhan@pku.edu.cn)Received January 2,2004;revised March 19,2004;accepted April 1,2004;published November,2004  
A great number of basic-intermediate dykes occur in the Karamay region,n orthern Xinjiang.The Karamay dyke swarm emplaces in the postcollisional granites with the zir con U-Pb ages of 300to 320Ma and the Lower Carboniferous volcanic and siliceous rocks.The distribution of t he swarm is strictly controlled by extensional fractures,mainly with a striking of280°~300°,and the K-Ar ages are in th e range of 241.3to 271.5Ma.The Karamay dyke swarm is principally co mposed of fine-grained diabase and d ioritic prophyrite,with SiO 2 of 51.32%~63.87%and Na 2 O +K 2 O of 3.86%~6.15%,belonging to the su balkaline series.Out of 14samples,11samples have the magnesium numbers犤Mg # =100×Mg /(Mg +Fe 2+ ),assuming Fe 2 O 3 /FeO =0.15犦in the range of 53to64,and the magnesium numbers of the r emaining vary from 36to 43.Accordin gly,dioritic prophyrite could be subdivided into two groups:high-Mg # and low-Mg # .The Karamay dyke swarm is characterized by enrichment in K,Rb,Ba,Sr,Zr,Hf,U,Pb and LREE,and r elative depletion in Nb and Th.The petrographic,geochemical and geochronological evidences indica te that the dykes were produced by a pr ocess of assimilation and fractional crystallization during the emplace ment of depleted mantle-derived magma into the middle-upper crust.During late Paleozoic,northern Xinjiang was in a postcollisional setting and was ch aracterized by significant additio n of mantle-derived magmas and their differentiates to the crust.The Karama y dyke swarm is indicative of the vertical growth of continental crust.
【Fund】: 国家重点基础研究发展规划项目(2001CB409802)
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