Fluid evolution and ore genesis of the giant Sanshandao gold deposit, Jiaodong gold province, China: Constrains from geology, fluid inclusions and H–O–S–He–Ar isotopic compositions

@inproceedings{Wen2016FluidEA,
  title={Fluid evolution and ore genesis of the giant Sanshandao gold deposit, Jiaodong gold province, China: Constrains from geology, fluid inclusions and H–O–S–He–Ar isotopic compositions},
  author={Bo-Jie Wen and Hong-rui Fan and Fang-fang Hu and Xuefeng Liu and Kui-Feng Yang and Zhi-Fu Sun and Zong-Feng Sun},
  year={2016}
}
Abstract The Sanshandao gold deposit is located at the northwestern edge of the Jiaodong peninsula, North China Craton. It is mainly hosted in the Mesozoic granitoids. Gold mineralization occurs as disseminated- and stockwork-style ores, typically enveloped by broad alteration selvages. Mineralization and alterations are structurally controlled by the Sanshandao–Cangshang fault. Three paragenetic stages were identified with the early stage represented by quartz ± pyrite, the middle stage by… CONTINUE READING