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Redox processes in subducting oceanic crust recorded by sulfide-bearing high-pressure rocks and veins (SW Tianshan, China)

  • Ji-Lei Li
  • Jun GaoEmail author
  • Reiner Klemd
  • Timm John
  • Xin-Shui Wang
Original Paper

Abstract

The oxidized nature of the sub-arc mantle and hence arc magmas is generally interpreted as a result of the migration of subduction-related oxidizing fluids or melts from the descending slab into the mantle wedge. This is of particular importance seeing that the oxidization state of sub-arc magmas seems to play a key role in the formations of arc-related ore deposits. However, direct constraints on the redox state of subducted oceanic crust are sparse. Here, we provide a detailed petrological investigation on sulfide- and oxide-bearing eclogites, blueschists, micaschists, eclogite-facies and retrograde veins from the Akeyazi high-pressure (HP) terrane (NW China) in order to gain insight into the redox processes recorded in a subducting oceanic slab. Sulfides in these rocks are mainly pyrite and minor pyrrhotite, chalcopyrite, bornite, molybdenite, sphalerite and chalcocite, including exsolution textures of bornite–chalcopyrite intergrowth. Magnetite, ilmenite and pyrite occur as inclusions in garnet, whereas sulfides are dominant in the matrix. Large pyrite grains in the matrix contain inclusions of garnet, omphacite and other HP index minerals. However, magnetite replacing pyrite textures are commonly observed in the retrograded samples. The eclogite-facies and retrograde veins display two fluid events, which are characterized by an early sulfide-bearing and a later magnetite-bearing mineral assemblage, respectively. Textural and petrological evidences show that the sulfides were mainly formed during HP metamorphism. Mineral assemblage transitions reveal that the relative oxygen fugacity of subducted oceanic crust decreases slightly with increasing depths. However, according to oxygen mass balance calculations, based on the oxygen molar quantities (nO2), the redox conditions remain constant during HP metamorphism. At shallow levels (<60 km) in the subduction channel, interaction with oxidized fluid seems to have caused an increase of the oxygen fugacity and the oxidation state of exhuming HP rocks. This study suggests that oxygen components are not released in significant amounts during HP metamorphism of subducted oceanic crust and, thus, cannot be responsible for oxidizing the mantle wedge and increasing the oxidation state of sub-arc mantle melts.

Keywords

Subducted oceanic crust Fluids Oxygen fugacity Eclogite Sulfides Magnetite 

Notes

Acknowledgments

This work was funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (41390445, 41502053, 41025008), China Postdoctoral Science Foundation (2014M560114, 2015T80135) and the Foundation of Key Laboratory of Mineral Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences. We are grateful to Z. Tan for help with the fieldwork, Q. Mao and Y. G. Ma for help with the electron microprobe analyses. We thank Esther Schwarzenbach and James Connolly for discussion on the calculation of the fO2fS2 diagrams. Constructive reviews from Stefano Poli and Wolf-Achim Kahl significantly improved the manuscript. Furthermore, thanks are also due to Chris Ballhaus for his editorial handling and thoughtful suggestions.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Key Laboratory of Mineral Resources, Institute of Geology and GeophysicsChinese Academy of SciencesBeijingChina
  2. 2.College of Earth ScienceUniversity of Chinese Academy of SciencesBeijing China
  3. 3.GeoZentrum Nordbayern, Universität Erlangen–NürnbergErlangenGermany
  4. 4.Institut für Geologische WissenschaftenFreie Universität BerlinBerlinGermany

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