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Application of apatite U–Pb and fission-track double dating to determine the preservation potential of magnetite–apatite deposits in the Luzong and Ningwu volcanic basins, eastern China

The Cretaceous Luzong and Ningwu volcanic basins in eastern China contain numerous magnetite–apatite deposits with similar geological characteristics and mineralization ages (~ 130 Ma). These deposits, however, occur at distinctly different burial depths. To explain this difference, LA-ICP-MS apatit... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Geochemical Exploration March 2014, Vol.138, pp.22-32
Main Author: Liu, Wenhao
Other Authors: Zhang, Jun , Sun, Teng , Wang, Jian
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title: Application of apatite U–Pb and fission-track double dating to determine the preservation potential of magnetite–apatite deposits in the Luzong and Ningwu volcanic basins, eastern China
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  • Liu, Wenhao
  • Zhang, Jun
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  • Wang, Jian
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  • Double Dating
  • Preservation Potential
  • Magnetite–Apatite Deposits
  • Middle-Lower Yangtze River Valley
  • Engineering
ispartof: Journal of Geochemical Exploration, March 2014, Vol.138, pp.22-32
description: The Cretaceous Luzong and Ningwu volcanic basins in eastern China contain numerous magnetite–apatite deposits with similar geological characteristics and mineralization ages (~ 130 Ma). These deposits, however, occur at distinctly different burial depths. To explain this difference, LA-ICP-MS apatite U–Pb and fission track double dating of five samples were carried out to establish the thermal histories from crystallization to the exhumation of four representative deposits: the deeply buried Nihe (665–1065 m underground) and Luohe deposits (425–856 m underground) from the Luzong basin; the shallow Meishan deposit (40–530 m underground) and the exposed Dongshan deposit from the Ningwu basin. The cooling histories of the four deposits could be divided into rapid cooling for the Dongshan deposit and slow continuous cooling for the Nihe, Luohe, and Meishan deposits. Combined with geological...
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