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中文摘要: “后碰撞”作为大陆碰撞造山作用的特定过程，以其重要的构造演化标示性特征和强烈的爆发式金属成矿作用，受到人们的高度重视。但涉及后碰撞的一系列重要地质问题，如后碰撞期的构造特征与演化历程、岩浆发育序列和岩石构造组合、伸展成矿作用与矿床系列组合等，尚未得到清楚完好的识别、理解和阐示。文章系统研究和总结了青藏高原后碰撞造山与成矿作用特征，提出了后碰撞伸展成矿作用的构造控制模型。研究表明，现今处于后碰撞阶段的青藏高原，中新世以来主要经历了两阶段发育历史。后碰撞早期阶段主要发生下地壳流动与上地壳缩短(>18 Ma)：下地壳塑性流动并向南挤出，在藏南地区形成EW向延伸的藏南拆离系（STD）和高喜马拉雅，上地壳强烈逆冲推覆，在拉萨地体发育EW向展布的逆冲断裂系；晚期阶段主要发生地壳伸展与裂陷（<18 Ma）：垂直碰撞带的EW向伸展，形成一系列横切青藏高原的NS向正断层系统（≤13.5 Ma）及其围陷的裂谷系和裂陷盆地。后碰撞岩浆作用以形成钾质_超钾质火山岩、钾质埃达克岩、钾质钙碱性花岗岩与淡色花岗岩为特征，集中发育于冈底斯构造_岩浆带和藏南特提斯喜马拉雅。淡色花岗岩与藏南拆离构造有关，其他钾质_超钾质岩浆活动则与EW向地壳伸展有关。青藏高原后碰撞成矿作用强烈而复杂，主要形成斑岩型Cu矿、热液脉型Sb-Au矿、矽卡岩型和热液脉型Ag-Pb-Zn矿以及现代热泉型Cs-Au矿等重要矿床类型。斑岩型Cu矿及矽卡岩型多金属矿床形成于后碰撞伸展环境，岩浆起源于加厚的镁铁质新生下地壳；热液脉型Sb-Au矿发育于藏南拆离带及变质核杂岩周围，系中新世地热田浅成低温热液活动产物。热液脉型Ag-Pb-Zn矿主要产于拉萨地体内部的逆冲构造带内，与地壳流体的迁移汇聚过程有关。青藏高原后碰撞成矿作用在上地壳层次受3大构造系统控制，即①东西向伸展形成的近NS向正断层系统及裂谷裂陷带，②南北向地壳缩短形成的EW向展布的逆冲构造带和③EW向展布的拆离构造带，但在中下地壳/地幔层次上，则受中下地壳物质流动_挤出过程以及俯冲大陆板片断离_拆沉过程控制。
Abstract:As a significant and late stage process in the collisional orogeny characterized by a variety of geological features indicating tectonic evolution and large-scale, high_intense mineralization, post_collision has aroused much interest among geologists. However, numerous geological issues, such as post-collisional structural features and tectonic evolution, magmatic sequences and tectonic_magmatic associations, and metallogensis and mineralization systems in the post-collisional settings, have not yet been fully understood. This paper studied and summarized the major features of post_collisional orogeny and related metallogensis, and proposed a tectonic model for metallogensis in the post_collisional setting in Tibet. The available data indicate that there have been at least two stages of tectonic evolution since Miocene in the Tibetan plateau, which is now tectonically in a post_collisional stage. The low_crustal flow and upper_crustal shortening took place in an early post_collisional stage (>18 Ma), which led to the southward extrusion of the low_crustal materials, producing the EW_tending south Tibetan detachment system (STD) and the High Himalayan block to the south, and the EW-striking thrust faulting systems and the thrust nappe structures along the Gangdese range in the Lhasa terrane, respectively. The crust extension and rifting occurring in the late post-collisional stage (>18 Ma) formed a series of NS-striking normal faults and associated rifting basins (≤13.5 Ma) across the Tibetan plateau. The post_collsional magmatism in Tibet is characterized by the mid_Miocene ultra-potassic and potassic volcanic rocks, adakitic intrusives, and calcalkaline granites developed along the Gangdese batholiths, and the south Tibetan lecuogranites related to STD. Mineralization during the post-collisional periods produced a variety of significant mid-Miocene deposits, including the porphyry Cu deposits and the associated skarn Ag-Pb-Zn deposits along the Gangdese batholiths, the epithermal Sb-Au deposits in southern Tibet, the hydrothermal vein-type and skarn-type Ag-Pb-Zn deposits to the north of the Gangdese porphyry Cu belt, and modern Cs-Au deposits related to hot-spring activity in Tibetan plateau. The porphyry Cu deposits, occurring in the post_collisional setting, are associated with felsic stocks that show geochemical affinity with adakites, which are regarded as products of partial melting of newly-formed underplated basaltic lower-crustal source beneath the Tibet. The Sb-Au vein deposits, tectonically located in the STDs and controlled by the metamorphic nuclear complexes (thermal domes) and NS_striking normal faults, are related to the epithermal systems driven by the mid-Miocene leucogranitic bodies. The vein-type Ag-Pb-Zn deposits occur within a thrusting nappe structural zone in the Lhasa terrane, and are related to the fluid flows discharged and moved along a northward gently-dipping detachment fault zone related to upper_crust shortening. In general, three kinds of structural systems in the upper_crust level, i.e., the NS_striking normal faulting system and associated rifting basins, the EW-tending thrusting faults and associated nappe structures, and the EW-tending STDs, constrained the metallogensis during the post-collisional periods. Nevertheless, the flow and extrusion of the mid-lower crust and the breaking-off of the subducted Indian continental slab are considered to be the principal deep dynamic processes leading to the formation of these distinct deposits in the post-collisional setting in Tibet.
keywords:geology, post_collision, potassic magmatic rocks, metallogeny, deep lithospheric process, Tibetan plateau
.2006.Metallogenesis in Tibetan collisional orogenic belt:Ⅲ. Mineralization in post-collisional extension setting[J].Mineral Deposits25(6):629~651