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《Acta Geological Sinica》 1975-02
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ON THE MULTIPHASE FAULTING IN TUNGSTEN MINING FIELDS OF SOUTHERN JIANGXI PROVINCE

Zhang Chongzhen  
Faults are by no means dead after their formation. They might repeatedly become active during successive geological periods. Faults, especially those which have passed through multiphase activities, provide in many cases favorable spatial conditions for migration and infilling of magmatic ore solutions. As a result of repeated infilling of ore solutions, ore bodies are enriched. Hence the study of multiphase faulting in mining fields is of pratical significance. After faults underwent multiphase activities, distinct marks were left on and along the fault planes, such as tectonites and other minor structures. In studying these multiphase activities, one should pay attention to the historical development of regional tectonic movements, make an all-round observation and analysis of all the. structural features in the mining area, and trace their changes along the strike of each fault. The revelation of some disharmonic phenomena between structures may give important clues that lead to a correct understanding of the multiphase faulting activity. A number of examples illustrating multiphase faulting are described and discussed in the present paper.
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1 JIANG Yong-hong1,2(1.Department of Information,Development and Research Center of China Geological Survey,Beijing 100037,China;2.State Key Laboratory of Geological Processes and Mineral Resources,China University of Geosciences,Beijing 100083;China);The mineralization and mechanism of the endogenetic mineral deposit in China[J];Uranium Geology;2010-06
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