E3S Web Conf.
Volume 290, 20212021 3rd International Conference on Geoscience and Environmental Chemistry (ICGEC 2021)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Environmental Energy Protection and Energy-Saving Sustainability|
|Published online||14 July 2021|
Fluid inclusions, H-O-S isotopic characteristics and genesis of the Chambishi copper deposit, Zambia
1 Guangxi Key Laboratory of Hidden Metallic Ore Deposits Exploration, Guilin University of Technology, 541004 Guilin, China
2 China Nonferrous Metals (Guilin) Geology and Mining Co., Ltd., 541004 Guilin, China
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In this paper, fluid inclusions and H-O-S isotope geochemistry of the Chambishi copper deposit in Zambia are studied. According to the fluid inclusion in quartz and H-O-S isotope characteristics, it is concluded that ore-forming hydrothermal fluid is derived from mantle source and crust source magma mingling, the cause of copper precipitation, sedimentary type sulfur layered mineralization are mainly from diagenetic sulfides and seawater sulfate. Sulfate is mainly reduced by thermochemical method. The hydrothermal vein mineralization of Chambishi copper deposit is closely related to the magmatic activity in the middle Neoproterozoic, and the sedimentary stratified mineralization is mainly related to the large-scale orogeny and regional metamorphism in the late Neoproterozoic.
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