JpGU-AGU Joint Meeting 2020

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[S-GL34] Geochronology and Isotope Geology

convener:Takahiro Tagami(Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University), Yuji Sano(Division of Ocean and Earth Systems, Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo)

[SGL34-P08] Late Mesozoic magmatism and associated porphyry Mo mineralization in the the Xiong'ershan area, East Qinling Orogen, China

*Xinkai Hu1,2, Toshiaki Tsunogae1 (1.Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, 2.School of Earth Sciences and Resources, China University of Geosciences Beijing)

Keywords:Geochemistry, Zircon geochronology, Zircon Hf-O isotope, Late Mesozoic granitoid, East Qinling

The Late Mesozoic granitoids representing prolonged magmatism during 160-108 Ma, are widely distributed in the East Qinling Orogen Belt (EQOB). Previous studies show that the Late Mesozoic molybdenum mineralization in the EQOB is spatially and temporally associated with the Late Mesozoic magmatism. Even so, the petrogenesis of the Late Mesozoic granitoids, magma sources remain debated. This study presents integrated whole-rock geochemistry, zircon U-Pb geochronology and Hf-O isotopes for Late Mesozoic ore-bearing granite porphyry stock (Leimengou granite porphyry) and ore-barren plutons (Haoping and Jinshanmiao plutons) in the Xiong’ershan area of the EQOB. The 130-127 Ma ore-barren granitoids are characterized by high-K subalkaline, metaluminous, and show negative correlations between Al2O3, MgO, TiO2, MnO, CaO, FeOT and P2O5 with SiO2. However, the Leimengou granite porphyry yield a zircon U-Pb age of 130.9 ± 0.4 Ma and is peraluminous, high-K alkaline and shoshonitic, and lacks distinctive linear correlation between major oxides with SiO2 except Al2O3, K2O and Na2O. These granitoids are enriched in LREE over HREE with slightly negative europium anomalies. Most samples show enrichment of Rb, Ba, Th, U, K and Pb, and depletion of Nb, Ta, P and Ti, mostly overlapping the ranges of the Taihua Group. The Hf-O isotopic features of zircon from the Leimengou granite porphyry (δ18Ozircon = 5.03‰ - 5.86‰, εHf(t) = -24.3 to -14.4) are markedly similar with the Haoping pluton (δ18Ozircon = 5.17‰ - 5.61‰ and εHf(t) = -26.6 to -21.4). Zircon grains from the Jinshanmiao pluton have unique δ18Ozircon ranging from 6.01‰ to 8.90‰ and εHf(t) from -15.6 to -12.2. We propose that Haoping pluton and Leimengou granite porphyry were derived from mixing of partial melts of the Taihua Group with mantle-derived material, whereas the Jinshanmiao pluton originated from a mixture of Xiong’er Group and mantle-derived material, with minor Taihua Group. The zircon grains from the Leimengou granite porphyry have significant higher Ce4+/Ce3+ (mean 547) and δEu (mean 0.65) ratios than those in the ore-barren Haoping pluton (mean 207 and 0.54, Ce4+/Ce3+ and δEu, respectively) and the Jinshanmiao pluton (mean 235 and 0.62, respectively). The main controlling factors for porphyry-type Mo mineralization are likely the oxygen fugacity (fO2) of the magma and input of mantle-derived material in the Xiong'ershan area.