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Journal:   GEOSCIENCES   SPRING 2016 , Volume 25 , Number 99; Page(s) 61 To 74.
 
Paper: 

ORE FACIES, ALTERATION ZONING AND PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CONDITIONS OF FORMATION OF THE BAVANAT (JIAN) BESSHI-TYPE CU-ZN-AG VOLCANOGENIC MASSIVE SULFIDE DEPOSIT, FARS PROVINCE

 
 
Author(s):  MOUSIVAND F., RASTAD E.*, EMAMI M.H., PETER J.M., SOLOMON M.
 
* DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY, TARBIAT MODARES UNIVERSITY, TEHRAN, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

The Bavanat (Jian) pelitic-mafic- / Besshi-type Cu-Zn-Ag volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit locates in the Bavanat area, South Sanandaj-Sirjan zone. Mineralization occurs as two stratigraphic ore horizons discontinuously within the Surian metamorphosed volcano-sedimentary complex through more than 35 km in the area. Stratigraphicaly, from footwall toward hangingwall, four ore facieses were distinguished within the Bavanat (Jian) orebodies including: 1) vein-veinlets or stringer, 2) vent complex, 3) bedded-banded, and 4) hydrothermal-exhalative sediments. The ores have various primary and secondary textures and structures, although most of the primary ones were obscured during metamorphism and deformation. The relict primary textures include massive, semi-massive, banded, brecciated, disseminated and vein-veinlet ores. In the stringer and specially in the vent complex facies, chalcopyrite replaced pyrite indicating influx of a hot copper-rich fluid into the pyrite-rich massive ores during zone refining process. Also, a metal and mineralogical zonation is obsereved in the Bavanat deposit. The major wall rock alterations in the Bavanat deposit from center to margins are silicic, quartz-chlorite, chloritic, chlorite-carbonate and chlorite-sericite, which show zonal pattern. Based on electron microprobe studies, chlorite is of iron-rich type. The abundant pyrrhotite in the Bavanat deposit might be due to low oxygen and sulfur fogacity, and occurrence of abundant chlinochlor in the alteration zones may indicate low pH (between 4.3 and 5.3) conditions for the ore-forming fluids. The high amounts of Cu and Zn, and low amounts of Pb, along with fluid inclusion studies results indicate high temprature (300-350oC) for the ore fluids. Based on this study, the ore fluids responsibe for formation of the Bavanat deposit were hot, reduced and acidic, which entered into a confined marine basins, followed by ore deposition.

 
Keyword(s): MASSIVE SULFIDE, BESSHI, BAVANAT, JIAN, SANANDAJ-SIRJAN
 
 
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MOUSIVAND, F., & RASTAD, E., & EMAMI, M., & PETER, J., & SOLOMON, M. (2016). ORE FACIES, ALTERATION ZONING AND PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CONDITIONS OF FORMATION OF THE BAVANAT (JIAN) BESSHI-TYPE CU-ZN-AG VOLCANOGENIC MASSIVE SULFIDE DEPOSIT, FARS PROVINCE. GEOSCIENCES, 25(99), 61-74. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=508425



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MOUSIVAND F., RASTAD E., EMAMI M.H., PETER J.M., SOLOMON M.. ORE FACIES, ALTERATION ZONING AND PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CONDITIONS OF FORMATION OF THE BAVANAT (JIAN) BESSHI-TYPE CU-ZN-AG VOLCANOGENIC MASSIVE SULFIDE DEPOSIT, FARS PROVINCE. GEOSCIENCES. 2016 [cited 2021May12];25(99):61-74. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=508425



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MOUSIVAND, F., RASTAD, E., EMAMI, M., PETER, J., SOLOMON, M., 2016. ORE FACIES, ALTERATION ZONING AND PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CONDITIONS OF FORMATION OF THE BAVANAT (JIAN) BESSHI-TYPE CU-ZN-AG VOLCANOGENIC MASSIVE SULFIDE DEPOSIT, FARS PROVINCE. GEOSCIENCES, [online] 25(99), pp.61-74. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=508425.



 
 
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