Syn-exhumation magmatism during continental collision: Evidence from alkaline intrusives of Triassic age in the Sulu orogen

Chemical Geology, pp. 70-88, 2012.

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The alkaline intrusives in the Sulu orogen are a product of synexhumation magmatism during the Triassic continental collision

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A combined study of zircon U–Pb ages, Lu–Hf isotopes, mineral O isotopes, whole-rock elements and Sr–Nd isotopes was carried out for alkaline intrusive rocks (including gabbro, syenite and granite) in the Sulu orogen. The results provide insights into crust–mantle interaction in the continental subduction zone. SIMS and LA-ICPMS zircon U–...More

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Introduction
  • It is generally accepted that the oceanic crust undergoes extensive metamorphic dehydration and partial melting during its subduction, transferring significant amounts of fluid-mobile elements from the subducting slab to the mantle wedge (e.g., Becker et al, 2000; John et al, 2004; Hermann et al, 2006; Spandler et al, 2007).
  • Zhao et al / Chemical Geology 328 (2012) 70–88 force of slab breakoff during subduction (e.g., Ernst et al, 1997).
  • It is unclear whether or not recycling of the subducted continental crust into the mantle occurred to cause crust–mantle interaction like that in oceanic subduction zones.
  • It is critical to search for petrological and geochemical records that bear the recycling of subducted continental crust and consequent crust–mantle interaction
Highlights
  • It is generally accepted that the oceanic crust undergoes extensive metamorphic dehydration and partial melting during its subduction, transferring significant amounts of fluid-mobile elements from the subducting slab to the mantle wedge (e.g., Becker et al, 2000; John et al, 2004; Hermann et al, 2006; Spandler et al, 2007)
  • By which mechanism was the deeply subducted continental crust reacted with the mantle? What is the nature of the involved mantle? To what extent it may contribute to mantle heterogeneity? All these issues remain poorly understood with respect to chemical geodynamics of continental subduction zones
  • SIMS and LA-ICPMS zircon U–Pb isotope data for the Shidao alkaline rocks are listed in Tables S1 and S2, respectively
  • The alkaline intrusives in the Sulu orogen are a product of synexhumation magmatism during the Triassic continental collision
  • The gabbro is interpreted to originate from partial melting of the orogenic lithospheric mantle that contains fertile ultramafic lithologies due to the interface crust–mantle interaction during the continental deep subduction
  • Ancient subcontinental lithospheric mantle (SCLM) of the North China Block is supposedly metasomatized by the hydrous felsic melts derived from dehydration/melting of the deeply subducted continental crust, generating fertile ultramafic lithologies such as altered peridotite, pyroxenite and hornblendite within the orogenic lithospheric mantle
Methods
  • One analysis takes ~ 4 min consisting of pre-sputtering (~120 s), automatic beam centering (~60 s) and integration of oxygen isotopes (10 cycles × 4 s, total 40 s).
  • Three analyses of zircon standard 91500 yielded a weighted mean δ18O value of 10.0 ± 0.2‰ (2σ) after the IMF correction, consistent with a recommended δ18O value of 9.9 ± 0.2‰ (2σ) within errors (Wiedenbeck et al, 2004).
  • With low noise on the two FC amplifiers, the internal precision of single analysis is generally better than ±0.2‰ for δ18O values
Results
  • SIMS and LA-ICPMS zircon U–Pb isotope data for the Shidao alkaline rocks are listed in Tables S1 and S2, respectively.
  • The zircons are subhedral to euhedral, pale-yellowed and translucent.
  • They are equant to long prismatic, with grain sizes of about 100 to 400 μm and length to width ratios of 1:1 to 4:1.
  • Some zircons are partially resorbed and recrystallized, indicating that they suffered postmagmatic high-T hydrothermal alteration (Liati et al, 2002; Zheng et al, 2004)
Conclusion
  • A lot of geochronological data, obtained using different dating methods, are available for the alkaline intrusives in the Sulu orogen.
  • Trace elements Ba RbThe alkaline intrusives in the Sulu orogen are a product of synexhumation magmatism during the Triassic continental collision.
  • They share many geochemical features with the UHP metaigneous rocks in common.
  • The gabbro is interpreted to originate from partial melting of the orogenic lithospheric mantle that contains fertile ultramafic lithologies due to the interface crust–mantle interaction during the continental deep subduction.
  • The syn-exhumation magmatic rocks provide a petrological record of the crust–mantle interaction via melt–peridotite reaction during the continental collision, and an insight into partial melting of the deeply subducted continental crust during the exhumation
Summary
  • Introduction:

    It is generally accepted that the oceanic crust undergoes extensive metamorphic dehydration and partial melting during its subduction, transferring significant amounts of fluid-mobile elements from the subducting slab to the mantle wedge (e.g., Becker et al, 2000; John et al, 2004; Hermann et al, 2006; Spandler et al, 2007).
  • Zhao et al / Chemical Geology 328 (2012) 70–88 force of slab breakoff during subduction (e.g., Ernst et al, 1997).
  • It is unclear whether or not recycling of the subducted continental crust into the mantle occurred to cause crust–mantle interaction like that in oceanic subduction zones.
  • It is critical to search for petrological and geochemical records that bear the recycling of subducted continental crust and consequent crust–mantle interaction
  • Methods:

    One analysis takes ~ 4 min consisting of pre-sputtering (~120 s), automatic beam centering (~60 s) and integration of oxygen isotopes (10 cycles × 4 s, total 40 s).
  • Three analyses of zircon standard 91500 yielded a weighted mean δ18O value of 10.0 ± 0.2‰ (2σ) after the IMF correction, consistent with a recommended δ18O value of 9.9 ± 0.2‰ (2σ) within errors (Wiedenbeck et al, 2004).
  • With low noise on the two FC amplifiers, the internal precision of single analysis is generally better than ±0.2‰ for δ18O values
  • Results:

    SIMS and LA-ICPMS zircon U–Pb isotope data for the Shidao alkaline rocks are listed in Tables S1 and S2, respectively.
  • The zircons are subhedral to euhedral, pale-yellowed and translucent.
  • They are equant to long prismatic, with grain sizes of about 100 to 400 μm and length to width ratios of 1:1 to 4:1.
  • Some zircons are partially resorbed and recrystallized, indicating that they suffered postmagmatic high-T hydrothermal alteration (Liati et al, 2002; Zheng et al, 2004)
  • Conclusion:

    A lot of geochronological data, obtained using different dating methods, are available for the alkaline intrusives in the Sulu orogen.
  • Trace elements Ba RbThe alkaline intrusives in the Sulu orogen are a product of synexhumation magmatism during the Triassic continental collision.
  • They share many geochemical features with the UHP metaigneous rocks in common.
  • The gabbro is interpreted to originate from partial melting of the orogenic lithospheric mantle that contains fertile ultramafic lithologies due to the interface crust–mantle interaction during the continental deep subduction.
  • The syn-exhumation magmatic rocks provide a petrological record of the crust–mantle interaction via melt–peridotite reaction during the continental collision, and an insight into partial melting of the deeply subducted continental crust during the exhumation
Tables
  • Table1: Major and trace element compositions for alkaline intrusives in the Sulu orogen
  • Table2: Rb–Sr and Sm–Nd isotopic compositions for alkaline intrusives in the Sulu orogen
  • Table3: Oxygen isotope compositions of minerals from alkaline intrusives in the Sulu orogen
  • Table4: Summary of zircon U–Pb ages and Hf–O isotopes as well as whole-rock Sm–Nd isotopes in alkaline intrusives in the Sulu orogen
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Funding
  • This study was supported by funds from the Chinese Academy of Sciences (KZCX2-YW-QN513), the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology (2009CB825004), the Natural Science Foundation of China (41125012, 40921002, 41073025), and Chinese Universities Scientific Fund (WK2080000032)
Study subjects and analysis
samples: 8
In addition, xenoliths of the early intrusive commonly occur in the late intrusive. Eight samples were collected from the Shidao alkaline complex, including five gabbro samples, two quartz syenite samples and one granite sample. Detailed sampling locations are depicted in Fig. 1

gabbro samples: 4
After corrections to the time of magma crystallization, they show high initial 87Sr/86Sr ratios of 0.7064 to 0.7114 and negative εNd(t) values of −16.4 to − 13.8 with two-stage Nd model ages of 2.11 to 2.33 Ga (Table 2; Gao et al, 2004; Yang et al, 2005). As illustrated in Fig. 8, Four gabbro samples (05SD34, 05SD37, 05SD38 and 05SD40), two quartz syenite samples (05SD39 and 05SD42), and one granite sample (05SD41) were analyzed for the zircon Lu–Hf isotopes, and the results are listed in Table S4 and illustrated in Fig. 10. Except for five analyses on four zircon grains, which give relatively low εHf(t) values of −24.8 to −22.3 and Neoarchean two-stage Hf model ages of 2648 to 2803 Ma, the other analyses for the four gabbro samples yield single distribution in both initial Hf isotope ratio and Hf model age (Table S4; Fig. 10a to d, h to k)

data: 48
LA-ICPMS 212 ± 1. − 16.4 ± 0.6 (n = 48) − 24.8 ± 0.5 (n = 1) − 14.1 ± 0.9 (n = 24) − 23.0 ± 0.9 (n = 2) − 15.6 ± 0.6 (n = 38) − 23.4 ± 1.4 (n = 2) − 18.6 ± 0.6 (n = 20) − 20.3 ± 1.3 (n = 19) − 20.9 ± 0.5 (n = 31) − 19.2 ± 0.9 (n = 20). LF denotes the oxygen isotope compositions analyzed by the laser fluorination technique

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