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Distinct mantle sources of low-Ti and high-Ti basalts from the western Emeishan large igneous province, SW China: implications for plume–lithosphere interaction
The Late Permian Emeishan large igneous province (ELIP), with an areal extent of over 500,000 km2, at the western margin of Yangtze craton, is increasingly regarded as the result of the impingementExpand
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Major types and time–space distribution of Mesozoic ore deposits in South China and their geodynamic settings
The ore deposits of the Mesozoic age in South China can be divided into three groups, each with different metal associations and spatial distributions and each related to major magmatic events. TheExpand
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Geological setting of Earth's oldest fossils in the ca. 3.5Ga Dresser Formation, Pilbara Craton, Western Australia
Abstract Detailed stratigraphic, petrographic, and zircon U–Pb geochronological data are provided for surface outcrops and newly obtained, unweathered drillcore intersections of Earth's oldestExpand
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A review of the Cu–Ni sulphide deposits in the Chinese Tianshan and Altay orogens (Xinjiang Autonomous Region, NW China): Principal characteristics and ore-forming processes
Abstract Several Cu–Ni sulphide deposits and occurrences have recently been discovered along parallel deep faults in the Chinese Tianshan and Altay orogenic belts, Xinjiang Province, NW China. TheExpand
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A tectono-genetic model for porphyry-skarn-stratabound Cu-Au-Mo-Fe and magnetite-apatite deposits along the Middle-Lower Yangtze River Valley, Eastern China
Abstract The Middle–Lower Yangtze River Valley metallogenic belt (YRB), situated along the northern margin of the Yangtze craton, is characterized by porphyry–skarn–stratabound Cu–Au–Mo–Fe depositsExpand
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The association of mafic ultramafic intrusions and A-type magmatism in the Tian Shan and Altay orogens, NW China: Implications for geodynamic evolution and potential for the discovery of new ore
Abstract The NW China region is characterised by tectonic and lithostratigraphic domains, such as the Tian Shan and Altay orogens, the Tarim, Junggar and Turpan Basins. The Tian Shan and AltayExpand
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Tectonic implications from Re–Os dating of Mesozoic molybdenum deposits in the East Qinling–Dabie orogenic belt
Abstract The East Qinling–Dabie molybdenum belt is part of a larger East–West trending metallogenic belt in eastern China. Most of the molybdenum deposits occur as porphyry or porphyry–skarn type,Expand
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Geochemistry of metabasalts and hydrothermal alteration zones associated with c. 3.45 Ga chert and barite deposits: implications for the geological setting of the Warrawoona Group, Pilbara Craton,
Relatively unaltered metabasalts of the Archaean Coonterunah and Warrawoona Groups, Pilbara Craton are compared with altered metabasalts from immediately beneath bedded cherts of these groups toExpand
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Warakurna large igneous province: A new Mesoproterozoic large igneous province in west-central Australia
Coeval mafic igneous rocks emplaced rapidly over;1.5 3 10 6 km 2 in western and central Australia represent the erosional rem- nants of a late Mesoproterozoic large igneous province, named here theExpand
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Late Jurassic–Early Cretaceous granitoid magmatism in Eastern Qinling, central-eastern China: SHRIMP zircon U–Pb ages and tectonic implications
The Eastern Qinling region, located in the southern margin of the North China Craton, is characterised by widespread granitoid intrusions. Precise geochronological constraints on the age and timingExpand
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