Russian Mineralogical Society
RMS Annual Session combined with the Fedorov Session 2014
Accessory minerals of the Far East lithium-fluoric granites as indicators of ore presence

RMS-DPI code:  2014-1-2-0
Scientific session:  M1. Mineralogy and geochemistry of rare and rare earth metals
Author listing:  Alekseev V.I., Marin Yu.B.
Principal author:  Alekseev Viktor I.
Language:  Russian
Abstract - Summary 
(short description):
On the basis of the published and new data concerning granite composition and ore metasomatite from Badzhalsky (Amur River region) and Kujviveem-Pyrkakajsky (Chukotka) ore areas the presence of ore in Pacific Li-F granite is considered. The comparative analysis of rare-metal Li-F granite accessory mineralization as well as tungsten-tin deposits ore mineralization is carried out. The main features of magmagene and hydrothermal mineralization evolution are revealed. Conclusions are drawn on conformity of composition of ore mineralization in zwitter-tourmalinite formation of the Far East and its relationship with Li-F granite accessory mineralization. It is established that magmatic and hydrothermal mineralization are parts of one evolutionary sequence. The assumption of genetic relation between the embedding of Li-F granite in the Far East belt and the formation of the largest deposits of East Asian tin-tungsten zone is put forward. Keywords: accessory and ore minerals, lithium-fluoric granite, leucogranite, zwitter, tourmalinite, tungsten- tin deposits, presence of ore, Far East, Chukotka, Amur River region
 
Date of presentation:  08/10/2014
Presentation Place:  Mining University, Hall 4312
 
RMS-DPI code:  2014-1-2-0
File of proceedings 
(PDF): 
 204 K
Status:  printed
Accepted:  31/08/2014
Published on-line:  29/12/2015
Permanent address of publication:  http://www.minsoc.ru/2014-1-2-0/
Contact author(s):  Alekseev, Viktor I.

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