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Metallogenic regularity and ore exploration targeting in Tuotuohe area,northern Sanjiang orogenic belt

SONG YuCai;HOU ZengQian;WANG GuiRen;LI LianSong;YANG TianNan;ZHANG HongRui;LIU YangXue;YANG ZhuSen;TIAN ShiHong;LIU YingChao;JIA ZongYong;WANG YuanKui;LIU Qun;YAN Ming;HE Li;Institute of Geology,CAGS;Qinghai Fifth Exploration Faculty of Geology and Mineral Resources;Institute of Mineral Resources,CAGS;  
Although the Tuotuohe area in northern Sanjiang orogenic belt is very important for the exploration of new mineral resources, the study of its metallogenic regularity and exploration targeting remains very insufficient. The authors have recognized five types of ore deposits that can be categorized into three epochs of mineralization with different geological settings. The first epoch occurred in Late Permian to Early-Triassic period when volcanics-hosted Kaixinling Fe(-Cu-Zn) deposit was formed in an intra- or back-arc basin during northward subduction of the Longmu Co-Shuanghu oceanic plate. The second epoch happened during about 40 Ma to 25 Ma when the continental crust in the area was thickened via India-Asian continental collision, and potassic volcanic magmatism-related Nariniya vein-type Pb-Zn deposit, Zarigen diorite porphyry Fe deposit, and alkali-rich porphyry-related Zalaxiageyong vein-type Pb-Zn deposit were formed. The third epoch took place after about 23 ~ 16 Ma, corresponding to a geological setting of extensional crust during India-Asian continental collision, during which the Chaqupacha MVT PbZn deposit was formed. The authors hold that the potential areas for exploring MVT deposits in the Tuotuohe area are pre-Cenozoic carbonates adjacent to the contact between the carbonate and clastic units in the front part of the Tanggula thrust system. To explore VMS deposits, it is crucial to discover Late-Permian to Early-Triassic and LateTriassic bimodal volcanic rocks. The Cenozoic diorite porphyry zones with positive magnetic anomalies, Cu geochemical anomalies, epidotization, and chloritization are potential targets for exploring the porphyry-related iron deposits. It is also considered that the exploration potential of the vein-type Pb-Zn deposits is very limited.
【Fund】: 国家重点基础研究规划项目(2009CB421008、2011CB403106);; 国家自然科学基金(41273050、41102040、41320104004);; 中国地质调查局地质大调查项目(12120114010301、1212011220908);; 中央级公益性基本业务费(J1314);; 国家科技支撑项目(2006BAB01A08)的联合资助
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