Zhang, Lipeng; Hu, Yongbin; Liang, Jinlong; Ireland, Trevor; Chen, Youliang; Zhang, Rongqing; Sun, Saijun; Sun, Weidong
South China is famous for the extensive magmatism and polymetallic mineralization that took place there in the Mesozoic. Shilu is a large porphyry–skarn Cu–Mo deposit in the Yangchun Basin, South China. The lithology of the Shilu intrusion is granodiorite and quartz diorite, both of which are high-K calc-alkaline series, with high Sr (>400 ppm) content along with low Y and Yb contents. Most of the samples have characteristics of adakite except for a few samples that have slightly higher Y and...[Show more]
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