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REE and C-O Isotopic Geochemistry of Calcites from the World-class Huize Pb-Zn Deposits, Yunnan, China: Implications for the Ore Genesis
Zhilong HUANG; Xiaobiao LI; Meifu ZHOU; Wenbo LI; Zhongguo JIN
2010
Source PublicationActa Geologica Sinica(English Edition)
Volume84Issue:3Pages:597-613
AbstractThe world-class Huize Pb-Zn deposits of Yunnan province,in southwestern China,located in the center of the Sichuan-Yunnan-Guizhou Pb-Zn polymetallic metallogenic province,has Pb+Zn reserves of more than 5 million tons at Pb+Zn grade of higher than 25%and contains abundant associated metals,such as Ag,Ge,Cd,and Ga.The deposits are hosted in the Lower Carboniferous carbonate strata and the Permian Emeishan basalts which distributed in the northern and southwestern parts of the orefield.Calcite is the only gangue mineral in the primary ores of the deposits and can be classified into three types,namely lumpy,patch and vein calcites in accordance with their occurrence.There is not intercalated contact between calcite and ore minerals and among the three types of calcite,indicating that they are the same ore-forming age with different stages and its forming sequence is from lumpy to patch to vein calcites. This paper presents the rare earth element(REE) and C-O isotopic compositions of calcites in the Huize Pb-Zn deposits.From lumpy to patch to vein calcites,REE contents decrease as LREE/ HREE ratios increase.The chondrite-normalized REE patterns of the three types of calcites are characterized by LREE-rich shaped,in which the lumpy calcite shows(La)N<(Ce)N<(Pr)N≈(Nd)N with Eu/Eu*<1,the patch calcite has(La)N<(Ce)N<(Pr)N≈(Nd)N with Eu/Eu*>1,and the vein calcite displays(La)N>(Ce)N>(Pr)N>(Nd)N with Eu/Eu*>1.The REE geochemistry of the three types of calcite is different from those of the strata of various age and Permian Emeishan basalt exposed in the orefield.Theδ13 CPDb andδ18OSmow values of the three types of calcites vary from-3.5‰to-2.1‰and 16.7‰to 18.6‰,respectively,falling within a small field between primary mantle and marine carbonate in theδ13CPDb vsδ18OSmow diagram. Various lines of evidence demonstrate that the three types of calcites in the deposits are produced from the same source with different stages.The ore-forming fluids of the deposits resulted from crustal -mantle mixing processes,in which the mantle-derived fluid components might be formed from degassing of mantle or/and magmatism of the Permian Emeishan basalts,and the crustal fluid was mainly provided by carbonate strata in the orefield.The ore-forming fluids in the deposits were homogenized before mineralization,and the ore-forming environment varied from relatively reducing to oxidizing. 
Subject Area矿床地球化学
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Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.gyig.ac.cn/handle/352002/6838
Collection矿床地球化学国家重点实验室_矿床地球化学国家重点实验室_期刊论文
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Zhilong HUANG,Xiaobiao LI,Meifu ZHOU,et al. REE and C-O Isotopic Geochemistry of Calcites from the World-class Huize Pb-Zn Deposits, Yunnan, China: Implications for the Ore Genesis[J]. Acta Geologica Sinica(English Edition),2010,84(3):597-613.
APA Zhilong HUANG,Xiaobiao LI,Meifu ZHOU,Wenbo LI,&Zhongguo JIN.(2010).REE and C-O Isotopic Geochemistry of Calcites from the World-class Huize Pb-Zn Deposits, Yunnan, China: Implications for the Ore Genesis.Acta Geologica Sinica(English Edition),84(3),597-613.
MLA Zhilong HUANG,et al."REE and C-O Isotopic Geochemistry of Calcites from the World-class Huize Pb-Zn Deposits, Yunnan, China: Implications for the Ore Genesis".Acta Geologica Sinica(English Edition) 84.3(2010):597-613.
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