Subvolcanic gabbro–porphyrite and intrusive diorite, and sulfide mineralization of the Dzhusa volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit (Southern Urals)
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Two sequentially formed groups of dikes in the gabbro–porphyrite complex have been distinguished, the ages of which are early Eifelian (early dikes) and early Givetian (late dikes). We have estimated the temperature impact of ore contact metamorphism, which is related to dikes of the Lower Carboniferous Magnitogorsk intrusive complex. A hidden zonality of microimpurities in the ore-forming minerals has been established for the first time by the LA-ICP-MS method. The ore formation age has been determined as early Eifelian–early Givetian.
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