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Geology, Mineralogy, Fluid Inclusion, and H-O-S-Pb Isotope Constraints on Ore Genesis of the Keyue Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag Deposit in Southern Tibet.

1. Introduction

The North Himalayan Metallogenic Belt (NHMB), located in the most representative orogenic belt worldwide, is an important part of the Tethys-Himalaya metallogenic domain [1]. The NHMB is located in the eastern section of the North Himalayan Tectonic Belt (NH), and the main ore-bearing formations are a set of Late Triassic-Early Cretaceous flysch formations formed by turbidity sediment and carbonaceous-siliceous-argillaceous rock series related to hydrothermal sedimentation [1, 2]. According to previous research [1-4], there are mainly three mineralization events within NHMB that generate a series of Sb, Sb-Au, Au, Pb-Zn (Ag), and Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposits (Figure 1). The first mineralization event is related to multiple seafloor volcanic events during a synsedimentary period (220~130Ma; e.g., the first pulse of mineralization in the Zhaxikang Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposit); the second mineralization event is associated with a metamorphic fluid system during the syn-collision period (60~42 Ma) of Indian and Eurasian plates that formed several orogenic Au-Sb deposits (e.g., Nianzha and Bangbu Au deposits); and the third mineralization event relates to the magmatic-hydrothermal activity during the postcollision period (25 Ma to present) and has formed some W-Sn, Pb-Zn (Ag), and Sb-Au deposits (e.g., Dongga W-Sn and Shalagang Sb deposits). The complex tectonic and metallogenic history makes the NHMB an area of great interest to the international community. Extensive research have been conducted in this region (e.g., [1-3, 5-9]); nevertheless, compared with other metallogenic belts in Tibet, the metallogeny of NHMB is still debated.

To date, the Zhaxikang deposit is the only super-large deposit identified within NHMB, which has the unique metallogenic element association of Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag. The Keyue deposit is a medium-sized deposit near the Zhaxikang deposit; there is only a fault zone separating them. They have similar metallogenic elements and mineral associations, orebody characteristics, ore paragenetic sequence, wall rocks, and so on [1, 10]. Thus, there may be a genetic relationship between these two deposits. On the other hand, the Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag metallogenic association is rarely reported even worldwide and only a few publications have been reported in other collision zones, for instance, the Coeur d'Alene mineral district in the Cordilleran orogen of northern Idaho in the USA [11, 12] and the Rheinisches Schiefergebirge Sb-Pb-Zn(-Cu) veins in the Variscan orogen in northwest Germany that were suggested to result from overprinting of preexisting Pb-Zn veins by later mesothermal Sb veins [13, 14]. However, the genesis of this kind of deposits in NHMB is still controversial; the primary research was conducted on the Zhaxikang deposit. The current genetic models include a hot spring [6, 15], three magmatic hydrothermal fluids [16-18], a coarse-grained hydrothermal Pb-Zn vein overprinted by Sb-rich magmatic hydrothermal fluid [19], and two sedimentary exhalative (SEDEX) deposits overprinted by hydrothermal fluid [2, 20].

Here, based on the evidence from geology, mineralogy, elements, fluid inclusion, and H-O-S-Pb isotopes, we compare Keyue with Zhaxikang and discuss the genesis of the Keyue deposit. Our study has implications for understanding the mineralization and exploration of Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposits within NHMB.

2. Geological Setting

2.1. Regional Geology. The Himalayan Terrane, located between the Lhasa Terrane and the Indian Continent, is an important tectonic unit of the Cenozoic Himalayan-Tibetan orogen (Figure 1(a)) [21]. From north to south, the Himalayan Terrane is divided into the NH, the High Himalayan Crystalline Rock Belt (HH), the Low Himalayan Fold Belt (LH), and the Sub-Himalayan Tectonic Belt (SH), respectively (Figure 1(a)) [22, 23]. These four tectonic belts are separated by four nearly EW-trending faults with the name of the South Tibet Detachment System (STDS), the Main Central Thrust (MCT), the Main Boundary Thrust (MBT), and the Main Frontal Thrust (MFT; Figure 1(a)) [5, 24].

The sedimentary sequence that includes the Late Precambrian to Devonian pre-rift, Carboniferous to Early Jurassic syn-rift, and Middle Jurassic to Cretaceous passive continental margin sediments, are recorded in NH and crop out in an EW and NWW trend [20]. The strata are composed of the Precambrian Laguigangri Group and a series of Upper Triassic, Jurassic, Lower Cretaceous, and Quaternary sediments [25]. A set of Late Triassic-Early Cretaceous flysch formations formed by turbidite deposits in neritic-bathyal environments is in dominance and crops out across the NH. This set of flysch formations host the majority of the AuSb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposits in the NHMB and consist of weak metamorphic slate that is intercalated with metamorphosed fine-grained sandstone, argillaceous limestone, micrite, and siliceous rock that is intercalated with volcanic rocks [2]. In addition, the Laguigangri Group containing schist, gneiss, and migmatite units crops out in the core of the Yelaxiangbo dome (Figure 1(b)), as well as some Quaternary sediments composed of gravel, sand gravel, sandy loam, clay, and ice boulder spread in the central and southern areas of the NH [2].

Two sets of faults both with multiple episodes of motion occur in the NH, and they are EW-trending and NS-trending, respectively. The older EW-trending faults cover a larger area and control the distribution of intermediate-acid magmatic rocks and ore deposits in the NH [2]. The Lazi-Qiongduojiang, Rongbu-Gudui, and Luozha faults, as well as the STDS and numerous metamorphic core complexes, are all representative EW-trending faults (Figure 1(b)). In comparison, the younger NS-trending faults are also the important ore-controlling structures in the NH [19] and are considered as the result of east-west extension of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau [26, 27]. These NS-trending faults are deemed to form from 25 Ma to now, especially during 18 to 4Ma [28, 29]. Among these NS-trending faults, a series of rifts is considered to be associated with the older EW-trending faults [21, 22, 30, 31], which mainly include the Sangri-Cuona, Yadong-Gulu, Shenzha-Xietongmen, and Dangreyongcuo-Gucuo rift zones from east to west [32].

The Mesozoic and Cenozoic magmatism is recorded in the NH. From Late Triassic to the Early Cretaceous, the Mesozoic magmatism generated multiple suites of maficintermediate igneous rocks that include basaltic volcanic interlayers, dyke swarms, and subvolcanic dykes. The previous geochronological data reveal that the basic dyke swarms from different areas in the NH have SHRIMP U-Pb ages of 134.9 [+ or -] 1.8 Ma, 135.5 [+ or -]2.1 Ma [33], and 138.0[+ or -] 3.5Ma [34], respectively. The SHRIMP U-Pb age of the gabbro is 155.8 Ma [35]. However, the genesis of these magmatic rocks is controversial. Tong et al. [34], Pan et al. [36], and Zhong et al. [37] regarded these basic dyke swarms as the result of the late-stage massive expansion of the Neo-Tethys Ocean under the structural environment of the Himalayan passive continental margin intensive stretching and breaking-off, lithosphere extension-thinning, and asthenosphere upwelling. On the contrary, Zhu et al. [38] and Qiu et al. [39] suggested that these basic dyke swarms are the result of the interaction between mantle plume and lithospheric mantle material and form in the continental rift environment. The Cenozoic magmatism, considered to be the result of crustal thickening [40] related to the collision of the Indian Plate and the Eurasian Plate during the postcollision period (25 to 0 Ma) [41, 42], is characterized by the formation of monzogranite, leucogranite, diorite, porphyritic diorite, and aplite units [43, 44]. These Cenozoic intermediate-acidic intrusive masses distribute in the core of Ranba, Kangma, and Yelaxiangbo domes as well as the EW-trending faults in the form of batholith, laccolith, and dykes (Figure 1(b)).

2.2. Ore Deposit Geology. The Keyue deposit is located ~43 km west from Longzi County Town in NHMB, where it is near the Zhaxikang deposit (Figure 1(b)). This deposit has a reserve of 232, 100 t Pb with an average grade of 3.00%, 172,648 t Zn with an average grade of 2.44%, 81, 261 t Sb with an average grade of 1.15%, and 711.81 Ag with an average of 100.72 g/t [45]. The majority of mineralization in the orefield is hosted by the Lower Jurassic Ridang formation that dips shallowly to the north with the dip angle of 10[degrees]~20[degrees]. This formation is dominated by a set of epi-metamorphic marine clastic rocks that mainly consists of slate and some shale (Figure 2(a)) with few quartzose sandstone, calcareous sandstone, limestone, and tuff [45]. Some Middle Jurassic Zhela formations composed of limestone and dolomite with few phyllite rock, slate, and quartz siltstone that is intercalated with altered intermediate-basic volcanic rock, as well as Quaternary sediments distributed along valleys, also crop out in the orefield (Figure 2(c)) [10]. The intense magmatic and volcanic activities have generated a series of intermediate-basic and acidic magmatic rocks hosted by the Ridang Formation. Separately, the diabase is identified by drillhole and footrill in the central part of the orefield as dykes that emplaced into the Jurassic Ridang Formation (Figure 2(a)); the basalt usually occurs near the orebody in the form of consequent layer or shear layer distributing in slate and the contact position of slate and diabase [10, 45].

A series of faults and some folds developed in the Keyue orefield. These folds make the rocks within the strata deformed and metamorphic in different degrees [10]. Engineering and geological mapping projects of Huayu Mining Company [45] have identified two dominating faults (F1 and F2) that control the distribution of 7 orebodies within the orefield (Figure 2). The NS-striking F1 fault, with the length of 1600 m, width of 100 m, altitude of 265[degrees]~295[degrees], and dip angle of 50[degrees]~70[degrees], cut the Ridang Formation. In comparison, the smaller F2 fault also cut the Ridang Formation and is 500 m long and 1~15 m wide with the altitude of 110[degrees]~120[degrees] and dip angle of 55[degrees]~70[degrees] [45]. The orebodies are usually veined, stratiform, and lenticular with ramification in the depth. Combining with the observation of drillhole and footrill, the orebodies have an obvious crack related to hydrothermal activity [10, 46]. Among these orebodies, orebody 1 controlled by fault F1 is the largest and richest one within the orefield, which hosts an overwhelming majority of the reserves (Figure 2) [45].

From altitude 4422 to 4722 m in orebody 1, the oreforming elements of the Keyue Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposit are zoned from a lowermost Pb + Zn zone through the central Ag-Sb (Pb + Zn) zone to an uppermost Sb (Hg) zone (Figure 2(c)), although there is no horizontal zoning [45, 46]. Additionally, various types of alteration associated with mineralization have occurred in the orefield [10, 45, 46], including (1) the carbonatization that is associated with Pb-Zn mineralization in the form of Mn-Fe carbonate veins (Figures 3(a) and 3(b)) and distribute together with the orebodies along the fault (Figure 2(c)); (2) the silicification that is associated with Sb mineralization and generally located in fault zones in the form of quartz veins, radiating quartz, and quartz druse (Figures 2(c), 3(c), and 3(d)); and (3) the weak sericite alteration (Figure 2(c)) that occurred in metabasalt and diabase near the upper plate of the orebody in the form of green spots (Figure 3(e)) with anomalous interference color under a microscope (Figure 3(f)).

3. Materials and Analytical Methods

We have done the field work in the Keyue orefield for more than 120 days in recent years, including the mapping, drillhole and footrill record compiling, and sampling. Around 550 ore and related rock samples have been collected from the drillhole, footrill, and dressing plant. Meanwhile, we also took more than 800 pictures for the geological phenomenon and samples. Besides the hand specimens' observation, 165 thin sections were also made for microscopic observation (around 300 photomicrographs have been taken) on a Zeiss AX 10 microscope with an AxioCam MRc 5 microscope camera system under plane polarized light, perpendicular polarized light, and reflected light. Combining these observations, the representative samples are selected for electron probe microanalysis (EPMA), scanning electron microanalysis (SEM), energy-dispersive spectroscopy (EDS), fluid inclusion, and H-O-S-Pb isotopic analyses.

3.1. EPMA and SEM-EDS. To determine the chemical compositions of sulfides and sulfosalt minerals, 105 finely polished sections were prepared for EPMA. The EPMA for 260 points in these sections was conducted on a JEOL JXA-8100 electron microprobe at the State Key Laboratory of Geological Processes and Mineral Resources, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan. The electron microprobe was operated under the condition of a 20 kV accelerating voltage, a 20 nA beam current, and a 5 [micro]m spot diameter. The natural and synthetic standards were used to control the analytical quality, and the tested accuracy is better than 0.01%. The correction program supplied by the manufacturer is used for matrix corrections [47]. Based on the microscopic observation and EPMA, 20 points in five representative sections were selected for SEM-EDS analyses to study the mineral compositions, textures, coexisting relationships, and occurrence state of Ag. The SEM-EDS analyses were performed at the State Key Laboratory of Geological Processes and Mineral Resources, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, using a Quanta 450 FEG-SEM equipped with an SDD Inca X-Max 50 EDS system.

3.2. Fluid Inclusion. The petrography, microthermometry, and laser Raman spectrometry analyses of fluid inclusions (FIs) from 4 sphalerite, 2 Mn-Fe carbonate, and 9 quartz samples in different assemblages were carried out in the State Key Laboratory of Geological Processes and Mineral Resources, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan. The sample preparation for microthermometric measurement of FIs followed the procedures described in Shepherd et al. [48]. The microthermometry data were obtained using a Linkam THMS600 heating-freezing stage attached with a Zeiss microscope and related standard procedures, which has an enabled measurement within the range of -196 to 600[degrees]C. Liquid nitrogen and a thermal resistor were used for freezing and heating runs, respectively. The ice-melting temperatures ([T.sub.m-ice]) and total homogenization temperatures ([T.sub.h-total]) of fluid phases in FIs have been recorded during the measurements. During the initial stages of each heating run, the heating rate was maintained at 5[degrees]C per minute and then reduced to 0.1 [degrees]C per minute when the temperature is approached to the phase change points.

Usually, the heating measurements were performed after freezing measurements. The densities of FIs were calculated using the FLINCOR procedure as in Brown and Lamb [49], and the salinities of aqueous (NaCl-[H.sub.2]O) inclusions were calculated using the final melting temperatures of ice points [50]. In addition, a Renishaw MK1-1000 Laser Raman micro-spectrometer is used to determine the compositions of individual FIs in minerals, including vapor and liquid. The instrumental settings were kept constant during the analyses. An argon laser with a wavelength of 532 nm was used as the laser source at the power of 1000 MW. The spectral range fell between 1000 and 4000 [cm.sup.-1] for the analyses, and the spectral resolution was [+ or -]2[cm.sup.-1] with a beam size of 1 [micro]m.

3.3. H-O Isotopic Analyses. The H-O isotopic compositions of 12 quartz and 2 calcite samples from the Keyue deposit were measured on a MAT 253EM mass spectrometer at the Institute of Mineral Resources, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, Beijing. For H isotopic analyses, the water from the fluid inclusion separates was collected by thermal decrepitation under vacuum at 500[degrees]C and then reduced over zinc at 400[degrees]C to generate [H.sub.2] that is released for mass spectrometry [51, 52]. As for O isotopes, oxygen was generated by the Br[F.sub.5] method the same as in Clayton and Mayeda [53], and then the resultant oxygen was converted to C[O.sub.2] by reaction with a graphite rod for the following measurement. The H-O isotopic values were reported relative to the V-SMOW standard, and the analytical errors are [+ or -]2 [per thousand] for [delta]D and [+ or -] 0.2 [per thousand] for [delta][sup.18]O.

3.4. S-Pb Isotopic Analyses. Nine sphalerite, five galena, three boulangerite, two chalcopyrite, two pyrite, and one stibnite samples were chosen for S isotopic analyses, and five galena, two boulangerite, and one stibnite samples were selected for Pb isotopic analyses. Separates of these minerals (40~80 mesh) were prepared by careful handpicking under a binocular microscope to achieve a purity more than 99.8%. Both the S-Pb isotopes were analyzed at the Analysis and Testing Research Center of the Nuclear Industry, Beijing Institute of Geology, Beijing, China.

For S isotopic analyses, a mixture of approximately 15 mg mineral separates and 150 mg [Cu.sub.2]O was crushed into 200 mesh and heated to 980[degrees]C under a vacuum pressure of 0.02 Pa to convert sulfur to sulfur dioxide (S[O.sub.2]) [54]. Then the generated S[O.sub.2] was measured on a Thermo Scientific Delta V Plus mass spectrometer. The S isotopic values were reported relative to the Canyon Diablo Troilite (V-CDT) standard, and the analytical uncertainties were better than [+ or -]0.2% .

For Pb isotopic analyses, approximately 20 mg mineral separates were placed in 15 ml Teflon jars and the solids were dissolved in a mixture of HCl-HN[O.sub.3]. After 24 h, the solutions were dried and 1 ml 6 N HCl was added, then the samples were dried again and dissolved in 1 ml 0.5 N HBr. After being centrifuged, lead was purified using anion exchange chromatography and collected in 1 ml 6 N HCl. At last, the dried samples were coated on a single rhenium filament by the classic [H.sub.3]P[O.sub.4]-silica gel method, and the Pb isotopic compositions were measured on a GV IsoProbe-T thermal ionization mass spectrometer (TIMS). All the measured Pb isotopic values were corrected according to the values of NBS SRM 981 standards, and the measurement accuracy was better than 0.005% (2[sigma]).

4. Results

4.1. Mineralogy

4.1.1. Ore and Gangue Minerals. In the Keyue deposit, the ore minerals include sphalerite, galena, pyrite, arsenopyrite, chalcopyrite, tetrahedrite, freibergite, boulangerite, jamesonite, bournonite, and stibnite; the gangue minerals are mainly Mn-Fe carbonate, quartz, and calcite (Figures 4-6); and the supergenesis generates the minerals that prevailingly include ferrohydrite, sardinianite, valentinite, malachite, and siliceous sinter (Figure 7). The detailed characteristics of these minerals are as follows.

Mn-Fe carbonate is the most important gangue mineral within the orefield, and there are two types: (1) it occurs as fine-grained (<50 [micro]m) aggregates intergrown with fine-grained sulfides (sphalerite, pyrite, chalcopyrite, and arsenopyrite) to form the laminar and disseminated textures (Figures 4(a)-4(c)), and (2) it occurs as coarse-grained (3~5mm) aggregates of overgrowing coarse-grained sphalerite, galena, chalcopyrite, and pyrite with banded and massive textures (Figures 4(d)-4(i) and 5(b)).

Sphalerite is the main Zn-bearing mineral within the orefield that shows black and brown colors. There are two types of sphalerite in the Keyue deposit: (1) the subhedral-xenomorphic fine-grained sphalerite (0.3~1 mm) coexisting with pyrite, arsenopyrite, and chalcopyrite to form the lamina hosted by Mn-Fe carbonate (Figures 4(a) and 4(b)) and (2) the subhedral-automorphic coarse-grained sphalerite intergrown with pyrite, chalcopyrite, galena, Mn-Fe carbonate, and quartz to form the banded, veined, and massive ores (Figures 4(d)-4(k) and 5(b)-5(d)), with grain size of 3~8 mm. According to the electron probe microanalysis (EPMA), sphalerite has Zn contents of 57.734%~64.645%, Fe contents of 2.189%~8.757%, and trace amounts of Au, Ga, Pb, Bi, Mn, and Cu (Table 1).

Galena is the dominating Pb-bearing mineral within the orefield and coexists with pyrite, sphalerite, and chalcopyrite hosted by Mn-Fe carbonate or quartz (Figures 4(a), 4(e)-4(l), and 4(p)). The medium- to coarse-grained galena is automorphic with the size of 0.5~8 mm. Meanwhile, galena is usually replaced by sulfosalt minerals (Figures 4(p) and 5(c)). The EPMA data show that galena has Pb contents of 81.641%~86.296% and Ag contents of 0.033%~ 1.166%, with trace amounts of Bi, Fe, Ni, Sb, and Cu (Table 1).

Pyrite is the most common Fe-bearing mineral within the orefield and is widely distributed. The subhedral-automorphic fine- to coarse-grained pyrite (0.3~5 mm) always coexists with galena, sphalerite, arsenopyrite, chalcopyrite, Mn-Fe carbonate, and quartz in the lamellar, disseminated, veined, and massive ores (Figures 4(a)-4(e), 4(i), 4(j), 4(l) and 5(b) and 5(c)). Pyrite contains 45.769% ~46.565% Fe, 0.045%~0.352% Pb, and trace amounts of As, Ag, Bi, Cd, Co, Sb, Cu, Fe, and Zn (Table 1).

Arsenopyrite is another common Fe-bearing mineral within the orefield. The fine-grained arsenopyrite (0.1~0.5mm) usually occurs in Mn-Fe carbonate or quartz intergrown with pyrite, sphalerite, and chalcopyrite in the form of automorphic and short columnar grains (Figures 4(a), 4(b), and 5(a)). Arsenopyrite is composed of 39.484%~43.610% As, 21.604%~23.421% S, 35.499%~ 36.146% Fe, and trace amounts of Au, Pb, Ag, In, Co, Sb, Cu, and Zn (Table 1).

Chalcopyrite is the prime Cu-bearing mineral within the orefield. The xenomorphic fine-to coarse-grained chalcopyrite (0.3~6mm) coexisting with pyrite, galena, sphalerite, and arsenopyrite is hosted by Mn-Fe carbonate and quartz to form the disseminated, veined, and massive ores (Figures 4(c), 4(f), and 4(h)-4(o)). Chalcopyrite sometimes is replaced by sulfosalt minerals (Figures 4(m) and 4(n)). Based on the EPMA analyses, chalcopyrite has Cu contents of 33.332%~34.174%, Fe contents of 30.330%~30.456%, and Pb contents of 0.037%~0.148%. Trace amounts of As, Au, Ag, Bi, In, Co, and Zn are also present (Table 1).

Tetrahedrite and freibergite are dominating Ag-bearing minerals in the Keyue deposit. The xenomorphic tetrahedrite and freibergite usually coexist with bournonite, boulangerite, jamesonite, chalcopyrite, and galena (Figures 4(n), 5(c), and 6). Freibergite has higher Ag (12.015%~27.015%), Fe (3.678%~6.259%), Sb (27.885%~28.067%), Cu (33.480%~ 35.483%), and lower Zn (1.949%~3.435%) contents than tetrahedrite (Ag: 4.055%~6.933%; Fe: 3.858%~3.881%; Sb: 25.686%~27.363%; Cu: 18.975%~29.914%; and Zn: 3.342%~3.366%; Table 1), which reveals the substitution between Fe-Zn and Cu-Zn, as well as positive correlation between Ag-Fe and Ag-Cu. In addition, andorite is another Ag- and Sb-bearing mineral but is rarely found in the Keyue orefield; we can only find the stumpy andorite distributed in freibergite (Figure 6(d)).

Boulangerite and jamesonite are the important Pb- and Sb-bearing minerals in the Keyue deposit. The massive and needle-like boulangerite and jamesonite always occur in quartz (Figure 4(q)) intergrown with other sulfosalt minerals (Figures 6(d) and 6(e)). Boulangerite and jamesonite or the boulangerite-quartz veins sometimes replace and cut the earlier minerals (Figures 4(b), 4(c), 4(i), 4(j), 4(p), 4(q), and 5(d)). According to the EPMA data, boulangerite has higher Pb (53.979%~55.951%), lower Sb (24.083%~26.127%), and S (18.217%~19.096%) contents than jamesonite (Pb: 38.441%~ 40.001%; Sb: 33.733%~35.835%; and S: 21.757%~22.207%; Table 1). Meanwhile, boulangerite and jamesonite also contain minor amounts of Bi, Cd, Fe, Sn, Ni, and Cu.

Bournonite is another Pb-, Cu-, and Sb-bearing mineral in the Keyue deposit. The subhedral-automorphic bournonite is intergrown with tetrahedrite, freibergite, galena, and chalcopyrite that is hosted by quartz (Figures 4(m), 6(c), and 6(d)). Bournonite has Pb contents of 41.070%~ 42.890%, Sb contents of 23.673%~24.540%, Cu contents of 12.373%~ 13.533%, and minor amounts of Bi, Cd, Fe, and Zn (Table 1).

Stibnite is the main Sb-bearing mineral within the orefield and usually occurs in the upper part of the orebody. Stibnite coexists with quartz to form the veined and massive ores (Figures 4(r)-4(t) and 5(f)), and the stibnite-quartz veins sometimes cut the earlier boulangerite (Figure 5(e)). Stibnite contains 70.179%~70.3530% Sb, 28.400%~28.5340% S, and trace amounts of As, Pb, Cd, Sn, and Cu (Table 1). Meanwhile, cinnabar is the most important Hg-bearing mineral in Keyue orefield, and the fine-grained cinnabar (0.5~1mm) aggregates coexist with stibnite and quartz (Figure 4(t)).

Quartz and calcite are also main gangue minerals within the orefield. The subhedral-xenomorphic coarse-grained (3~8 mm) quartz aggregates are in the form of quartz veins, radiating quartz, and quartz druse that coexist with sulfides and sulfosalt minerals (Figures 3(d), 4(i)-4(s), 5(c)-5(f), 6(a), and 6(b)). The coarse-grained (3~5 mm) calcite is usually intergrown with quartz to form the veins that cut and replace the early ores (Figure 4(s)).

The drusy and radial valentinite with yellow color and geyserite usually coexist with stibnite and cinnabar (Figures 4(t)), the green massive malachite is intergrown with chalcopyrite, the brown-black massive ferrohydrite occurs in the surface overgrowing Mn-Fe carbonate and pyrite, and the white-grey sardinianite usually shows massive and nodular textures and coexist with galena.

4.1.2. Occurrence State of Ag in Ag-Bearing Minerals. The microscopic observation, EPMA, and back-scattering electron (BSE) microscopic research show that the main Agbearing minerals are tetrahedrite, freibergite, and andorite (Figures 4(n) and 6), which indicate that visible Ag is the dominating occurrence state of Ag in the Keyue deposit. Meanwhile, the BSE and X-ray mapping images from the EPMA, SEM, and EDS analyses reveal the following facts: (1) the border between the Ag-bearing and other minerals is very clear without transition region; (2) around the main Ag-bearing minerals, there are tiny Ag-bearing inclusions distributing in galena, with Ag-bearing inclusions differing in size and shape; and (3) there are no Ag-bearing inclusions present in other coexisting minerals, such as sphalerite and sulfosalt minerals (Figure 6). These facts suggest that the Ag-bearing inclusions are another occurrence state of visible Ag and relates to galena.

Furthermore, in some tiny areas (<1 [micro]m) where there are no Ag-bearing inclusions observed, the EPMA shows that there is Ag enrichment, which indicates that there is invisible Ag within sulfides in the Keyue deposit. There are two following invisible Ag types: (1) isomorphism lattice Ag: under high-temperature conditions, Ag and Sb enter into the mineral lattice by isomorphic substitution with Pb, and (2) submicroscopic Ag-bearing inclusions: under low- temperature conditions, Ag and Sb together form the sulfosalt minerals [55, 56]. In view of microthermometry research of fluid inclusions, the invisible Ag in galena should be mainly submicroscopic Ag-bearing inclusions.

Overall, the occurrence state of Ag in the Keyue deposit are prevailingly in the form of visible Ag that can be divided into independent Ag-bearing minerals (>50 [micro]m; e.g., tetrahedrite, freibergite, and andorite) and Ag-bearing inclusions (1~10 [micro]m). By contrast, invisible Ag is much less and principally in the form of submicroscopic Ag-bearing inclusions.

4.2. Ore Paragenetic Sequence. Based on the detailed hand specimen and microscopic observations, six ore-forming assemblages of ore and gangue minerals and one supergene assemblage have been recognized (Figure 7). The details are as follows.

Assemblage 1 is marked by Mn-Fe carbonate + sphalerite + pyrite + arsenopyrite + chalcopyrite [+ or -] galena. The fine-grained sphalerite, pyrite, chalcopyrite, and arsenopyrite occur in Mn-Fe carbonate to form the lamellar (Figures 4(a) and 4(b)) and disseminated (Figure 4(c)) ores.

Assemblage 2 is dominated by the development of Mn-Fe carbonate + galena + sphalerite + pyrite + chalcopyrite [+ or -] arsenopyrite. The more abundant and coarser-grained sulfides are hosted by coarse-grained Mn-Fe carbonate and slate. The ore textures of the assemblage 2 ores are mainly banded and massive (Figures 4(d)-4(i) and 5(b)). In some samples, the assemblage 2 minerals replace the assemblage 1 minerals (Figure 4(a)).

Assemblage 3 is characterized by the formation of quartz [+ or -] calcite + pyrite + sphalerite + galena + chalcopyrite [+ or -] arsenopyrite without Mn-Fe carbonate and usually shows veined and massive textures (Figures 4(j)-4(l)). The quartz of assemblage 3 sometimes replaces the assemblage 2 minerals (Figure 4(d)).

Assemblage 4 is distinguished by quartz + antimonylead-silver sulfosalt minerals that principally include boulangerite, jamesonite, bournonite, tetrahedrite, freibergite, and andorite. Assemblage 4 sulfosalt minerals replace (Figures 4(m)-4(p), 5(c), and 5(d)) and cut (Figures 4(b), 4(c), 4(i), and 4(j)) the minerals of assemblages 1, 2, and 3. We can also see the massive boulangerite and needle-like jamesonite (Figure 4(q)).

Assemblage 5 comprises quartz + stibnite + cinnabar. The elongated and radial stibnite is hosted by quartz (Figures 4(r), 4(s), and 5(f)) in this assemblage. The stibnite-quartz veins of assemblage 5 sometimes cut the assemblage 4 minerals (Figure 5(e)). In some ores, the massive stibnite and cinnabar experience the supergenetic oxidation to form the valentinite and siliceous sinter (Figure 4(t)).

Assemblage 6 is identified by quartz [+ or -] calcite without sulfides. This assemblage replaces the assemblages 1 to 5 ores (Figure 4(s)).

The supergene assemblage prevailingly includes ferrohydrite, sardinianite, valentinite, malachite, and siliceous sinter (Figures 4(t) and 7).

4.3. Fluid Inclusion

4.3.1. Petrography

(1) Genetic Types. According to the relationship between FIs and host minerals, FIs are divided into three genetic types in the Keyue deposit: (1) primary FIs: the primary inclusions are the most developed FI type in the Keyue deposit, which usually randomly distribute in quartz and sphalerite crystal in the isolated form (Figures 8(a)-8(f) and 8(i)-8(l)) or orientatedly distribute in the Mn-Fe carbonate growth zoning in the filiform form (Figures 8(g) and 8(h)); (2) secondary FIs: the secondary inclusions are usually smaller than primary inclusions and are consistent in shape, which distribute in quartz in the filiform form (Figure 8(a)); and (3) pseudosecondary FIs: the shape of pseudosecondary FIs is similar to that of secondary FIs, and their compositions are consistent with primary FIs yet usually distribute in mineral crystal in the form of filiform assemblages (Figure 8(b)).

(2) Phase Types. Based on the observation of FI compositions and phases at room temperature (21 [degrees]C), as well as phase transitions during heating and cooling, there are four phase types of FIs which have been recognized in the Keyue deposit: (1) water FIs (W-type): the W-type FIs are the most common type in the Keyue deposit and are widespread in every oreforming assemblages, which accounts for more than 90% of the total amount. The W-type FIs are usually black and consist of vapor and liquid phase water with minor reducing gases (e.g., C[O.sub.2]). At room temperature (21 [degrees]C), the W-type FIs can be divided into two subtypes according to the filling percentage of liquid phase: (1) liquid-rich two-phase FIs (L-type; Figures 8(a), 8(b), and 8(i)-8(k)) have the liquid phase filling percentage around 60~95% and contain a tiny globose vapor phase wrapped in liquid phase; (2) vapor-rich two-phase FIs (V-type; Figure 8(c)) have the liquid phase filling percentage of only 5~40% and are not abundant as L-type FIs in the Keyue deposit. (2) C[O.sub.2]-bearing three-phase FIs (C-type): the C-type FIs slightly spread in assemblage 3 quartz and are composed of liquid phase, C[O.sub.2] liquid phase, and C[O.sub.2] vapor phase. The C[O.sub.2] vapor phase distributes in the C[O.sub.2] liquid phase in the form of tiny bubble and thump (Figure 8(d)). (3) Gas FIs (G-type): the G-type FIs with dead color are filled only by vapor phase, in round shape, and rarely develop in assemblage 3 quartz (Figure 8(f)). (4) Solid-bearing three-phase FIs (S-type): the S-type FIs rarely occur in assemblage 2 sphalerite and assemblage 4 quartz and consist of liquid phase, vapor phase, and daughter crystal, in which the liquid phase is in dominance (Figures 8(e) and 8(l)).

(3) The Characteristic of FIs in Different Ore-Forming Assemblages. The characteristics of FIs differ in different oreforming assemblages. Assemblage 1: there are only minor amounts of FIs in Mn-Fe carbonate. The irregular, rectangular, and rhombic L-type FIs are dominated and isolatedly distribute with the size of 3~10 [micro]m and liquid phase filling percentage of 70~90% (Figure 8(g)). Assemblage 2: in assemblage 2 Mn-Fe carbonate, the characteristic of FIs (Figure 8(h)) is similar to that of FIs in assemblage 1 Mn-Fe carbonate; however, assemblage 2 sphalerite develops many larger L-type (Figures 8(j) and 8(k)) and few S-type FIs (Figure 8(l)) with the size of 20~60 [micro]m and long columnar, tubular, and rectangular shapes. Assemblage 3: assemblage 3 quartz develops lots of L-type (Figure 8(a)), a few of V-type (Figure 8(c)) and G-type (Figure 8(f)), and few C-type (Figure 8(d)) FIs. These FIs distribute in isolation or assemblages and have irregular, tubular, elliptic, and negative crystal shapes with the size of 8~20 [micro]m. Assemblage 4: the FIs in assemblage 4 quartz are less than those in assemblage 3 and are dominated by irregular, rectangular, elliptic, and negative crystal L-type FIs that distribute in isolation or assemblages with the size of 5~15 [micro]m and liquid phase filling percentage of 70~90% (Figure 8(b)). Meanwhile, there are also some S-type FIs in assemblage 4 quartz (Figure 8(e)). Assemblage 5: assemblage 5 quartz only develops minor amounts of L-type FIs that isolatedly distribute in the shape of negative crystal and ellipse with the size of 4~12 [micro]m and liquid phase filling percentage of 70~90% (Figure 8(i)).

4.3.2. Microthermometry. In view of the following facts, (1) the L-type FIs are in dominance, (2) the amounts and sizes of the FIs in assemblages 1 and 2 Mn-Fe carbonate and assemblage 5 quartz are relatively less and tiny, and (3) the primary FIs can constrain the characteristic of oreforming fluid better; the microthermometry research are mainly trapped on 306 primary L-type FIs from 13 representative assemblage 2 sphalerite and assemblage 3 and 4 quartz samples. The results are listed in Table 2.

The L-type FIs in assemblage 2 sphalerite have homogenization temperatures of 172.9~277.2[degrees]C that concentrate on 230~250[degrees]C (Figure 9(a); average: 233.66[degrees]C; n =112) and ice-melting temperatures of -13.1~-4.7[degrees]C (average: -7.4[degrees]C; n = 96), corresponding to salinities of 7.4~17.0 wt% NaCl eq. that concentrate on 10.0~13.0 wt% (Figure 9(b); calculated by equations from Hall et al. [57]; average: 10.97 wt% NaCl eq.; n = 96) and densities of 0.86~0.98 g/[cm.sup.3] (calculated by equations from Liu and Duan [58]; average: 0.91 g/[cm.sup.3]; n = 96). The L-type FIs in assemblage 3 quartz have homogenization temperatures ranging from 175.0 to 302.5[degrees]C that concentrate on 240~250[degrees]C (Figure 9(c); average: 229.13[degrees]C; n = 85) and ice-melting temperatures ranging from -11.5 to -1.9[degrees]C (average: -5.8[degrees]C; n = 71), which correspond to salinities ranging from 3.2 to 15.5 wt% NaCl eq. that concentrate on 8.0~9.0 wt% (Figure 9(d); average: 8.88 wt% NaCl eq.; n = 71) and densities ranging from 0.79 to 1.02 g/[cm.sup.3] (average: 0.90 g/[cm.sup.3]; n = 71). The L-type FIs in assemblage 4 quartz show the homogenization temperatures varying from 142.1 to 321.0[degrees]C that concentrate on 220~240[degrees]C (Figure 9(e); average: 220.95[degrees]C; n = 108) and the ice-melting temperatures varying from -14.2 to -1.6[degrees]C (average: -5.7[degrees]C; n = 88), with the calculated salinities that vary from 2.7 to 17.96 wt% NaCl eq. concentrating on 9.0~10.0 wt% (Figure 9(f); average: 8.69 wt% NaCl eq.; n = 88) and densities that vary from 0.78 to 1.02 g/[cm.sup.3] (average: 0.91 g/[cm.sup.3]; n = 88).

4.3.3. Laser Raman Spectroscopy. The W-type, G-type, and C-type FIs in quartz and W-type FIs in Mn-Fe carbonate are selected for laser Raman microspectroscopic analyses, the size of these FIs is usually [greater than or equal to] 10 [micro]m. All the results of individual FIs are shown in Figure 10. It can be generally recognized that [H.sub.2]O dominates the liquid phase (Figures 10(b), 10(d), 10(h), and 10(j)), while in the vapor phase, the Raman spectral apexes of [H.sub.2]O and C[O.sub.2] can be observed except those of host minerals (quartz and calcite; Figures 10(a), 10(c), 10(e)-10(g), and 10(i)).

4.4. H-O-S-Pb Isotopes. All the H-O isotopic data are given in Table 3. The total [delta][D.sub.V-SMOW] and [delta][sup.18][O.sub.V-SMOW] values range from -174 [per thousand]~-120 [per thousand] (average: -149 [per thousand], n = 12) and 12.6 [per thousand]~21.1 [per thousand] (average: 16.56 [per thousand], n = 12), respectively. Separately, assemblage 3 calcite samples have [delta][D.sub.V-SMOW] values of -120 [per thousand] and -128 [per thousand] (average: -124 [per thousand], n = 2), assemblage 3 quartz samples show [delta][D.sub.V-SMOW] and [delta][sup.18][O.sub.V-SMOW] values of -125 [per thousand]~-174 [per thousand] (average: -150 [per thousand], n = 7) and 15.3 [per thousand]~21.1 [per thousand] (average: 18.0 [per thousand], n = 7), assemblage 4 quartz samples exhibit [delta][D.sub.V-SMOW] and [delta][sup.18][O.sub.V-SMOW] values of -161 [per thousand]~-165 [per thousand] (average: -163 [per thousand], n = 3) and 14.5 [per thousand]~15.6 [per thousand] (average: 15.2 [per thousand], n = 3), and assemblage 5 quartz samples have [delta][sup.18][O.sub.V-SMOW] values of 12.6 [per thousand]~14.3 [per thousand] (average: 13.5 [per thousand], n = 2).

The S isotopic results of sulfides from the Keyue deposit are summarized in Table 4. The overall S isotopic variation range is from 4.9 [per thousand] to 11.2 [per thousand] with an average of 8.2 [per thousand] (n = 22). Among the sulfides, sphalerite samples have [delta][sup.34][S.sub.CDT] [per thousand] values of 7.1 [per thousand]~11.2 [per thousand] with an average of 10.0 [per thousand] (n = 9), galena samples cover the [delta][sup.34][S.sub.CDT] [per thousand] values ranging 4.9 [per thousand]~8.4 [per thousand] with an average of 6.7 [per thousand] (n = 5), pyrite samples have [delta][sup.34][S.sub.CDT] [per thousand] values of 5.0 [per thousand] and 6.6 [per thousand] with an average of 5.8 [per thousand] (n = 2), chalcopyrite samples show [delta][sup.34][S.sub.CDT] [per thousand] values of 6.4 [per thousand] and 7.0 [per thousand] with an average of 6.7 [per thousand] (n = 2), boulangerite samples exhibit [delta][sup.34][S.sub.CDT] [per thousand] values ranging from 6.6 [per thousand] to 9.9 [per thousand] with an average of 8.0 [per thousand] (n = 3), and the stibnite sample has the [delta][sup.34][S.sub.CDT] [per thousand] value of 8.2 [per thousand] (n = 1) (Figure 11).

The Pb isotopic data of sulfides from the Keyue deposit are reported in Table 5. These sulfide samples give relative uniform Pb isotopic ratios of [sup.206]Pb/[sup.204]Pb = 18.530~19.780 (average = 19.590, n = 8), [sup.207]Pb/[sup.204]Pb = 15.674~15.939 (average = 15.849, n = 8), and [sup.208]Pb/[sup.204]Pb = 38.618~40.559 (average = 40.155, n = 8). To be specific, five galena samples have [sup.206]Pb/[sup.204]Pb ratios of 19.709-19.765, [sup.207]Pb/[sup.204]Pb ratios of 15.831-15.874, and [sup.208]Pb/[sup.204]Pb ratios of 40.247-40.395; two boulangerite samples exhibit the uniform [sup.206]Pb/[sup.204]Pb ratios of 19.771 and 19.780, [sup.207]Pb/[sup.204]Pb ratios of 15.896 and 15.939, and [sup.208]Pb/[sup.204]Pb ratios of 40.423 and 40.559; and one stibnite sample shows the [sup.206]Pb/[sup.204]Pb ratio of 18.530, [sup.207]Pb/[sup.204]Pb ratio of 15.674, and [sup.208]Pb/[sup.204]Pb ratio of 38.618.

5. Discussion

5.1. Geology, Mineralogy, and Element Characteristics. Based on the detailed field and petrological observations, as well as the cross-cutting relationships between minerals, the six ore-forming assemblages of ore and gangue minerals can represent six stages of ore formation from early to late (Figure 7). These six stages are assigned to three clear pulses, and this ore paragenetic sequence in the Keyue deposit is similar to that in the Zhaxikang deposit [20, 25].

The first pulse is Pb-Zn mineralization which consists of stages 1 and 2. Stage 1 is the initial stage of ore formation, and stage 2 hosts majority of the Pb-Zn mineralization in the Keyue deposit. Although the net-veined, brecciated, concentric annular, and globular textures that are present in the Zhaxikang deposit are rarely found in the Keyue deposit, the lamellar (Figures 4(a) and 4(b)), disseminated (Figure 4(c)), banded, and massive (Figures 4(d)-4(i) and 5(b)) ore textures; the assemblages and mineralogy of Mn-Fe carbonate and sulfides; and the hydrothermal sedimentary ore-bearing rocks (Ridang Formation) [2] still reveal the submarine hydrothermal sediment (metasomatism) genesis of the first pulse of mineralization in the Keyue deposit [1, 2]. Meanwhile, in view of that the Ridang Formation also contains some marine volcanic rocks [1, 2], Pb-Zn mineralization may relate to the seafloor volcanism. The second pulse is Sb-Ag mineralization which includes stages 3 and 4. Stage 3 is the transitional period from the first pulse to the second pulse of mineralization and overprints the first pulse mineralization. Stage 4 hosts majority of the Sb-Ag mineralization and yields the ores with relatively high average Ag grades. Comparing with the Zhaxikang deposit, the Keyue deposit contains a higher amount of chalcopyrite in stage 3 and fewer kinds of sulfosalt minerals in stage 4. The third pulse is Sb-Hg mineralization which is composed of stages 5 and 6. Stage 5 hosts part of Sb and majority of Hg mineralization, and stage 6 represents the youngest stage of mineralization in the Keyue deposit. The veined, massive, needle-like, elongated, and radial ore textures; the assemblages and mineralogy of quartz-calcite-sulfide-sulfosalt minerals; and the visible Ag in tetrahedrite, freibergite, andorite, and Ag-bearing inclusions and the invisible Ag in the form of submicroscopic Ag-bearing inclusions all evidence the epithermal genesis of the second and third pulses of mineralization in the Keyue deposit, which may be related to the later magmatism [1, 2, 10, 19].

Comparing the geology, mineralogy, and ore paragenetic sequence of the Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits, the orebodies are all controlled by faults, the ore-bearing rocks are both Ridang formations, the mineralogy and ore paragenetic sequence of ore and gangue minerals are almost the same, and there is only one regional fault that separates them. We infer that there is a genetic relationship between the Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits, and they have the same origins and experiences and the same mineralization events. On the other hand, both the orebodies in the Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits are controlled by faults, which do not present the typical pattern of SEDEX deposits that the bedded orebody occurs in the upper part and the veined orebody occurs in the lower part. Zheng et al. [1, 2] explained this phenomenon in Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits as follows: the location of ore-bearing faults is ancient hydrothermal vents, and due to the collision of the Indian and Eurasian plates, the Plateau Uplift makes the bedded orebody to be eroded, and the later tectogenesis forms the faults and destroys the orebodies to the present form. The fact that orebodies have an obvious crack related to hydrothermal activity is also a good evidence.

Additionally, the elemental characteristics of sulfides can also be used to distinguish the deposit type. For instances, Wen et al. [59] investigated several Pb-Zn deposits with different geneses in China and divided them into three systems according to Zn/Cd ratios: (1) high-temperature systems (porphyry, magmatic hydrothermal, skarn, and volcanic hosted massive sulfide- (VMS-) type deposits): 155~223; (2) low-temperature systems (Mississippi Valley-type (MVT) deposits):17~201; and (3) exhalative systems: [C] SEDEX-type deposits: 316~368 and [C] seafloor hydrothermal sulfides: 211~510. The results indicate that the exhalative system usually has the highest Zn/Cd ratios. Calculated from the EPMA data, the Zn/Cd ratios of sphalerite range from 296 to 4402 in the Zhaxikang deposit [9, 20] and 1226 to 12,846 in the Keyue deposit (Table 1), which are both much higher than those of high- and low-temperature systems (Figure 12). However, these Zn/Cd ratios are also higher than those of exhalative systems, which could be related to the Cd element dispersion resulting from the overprint by second and third pulses of mineralization. Meanwhile, the Co/Ni ratios of pyrite are also an effective indicator for ore genesis: the Co/Ni ratio of pyrite related to volcanism is usually > 1 and concentrates on 5~10, the Co/Ni ratio of sedimentogenic pyrite is <1, and the magmatic hydrothermal pyrite has Co/Ni ratios ranging from 1 to 5 [60-63]. As for the Keyue deposit, the Co/Ni ratios of pyrite range from 3.7 to 7.1 according to the EPMA data (Table 1), which indicates that pyrite could be influenced by volcanism and magmatism. The inferences from geology, mineralogy, and elemental characteristics are consistent.

5.2. FIs Evidence Implications for the Nature and Origin of Ore-Forming Fluids

5.2.1. Epithermal Genesis for the Keyue Deposit. Previous literatures [64, 65] suggest that FIs can provide a record of the ore-forming fluid system and trace the nature and genesis of original fluids. In the "temperature versus salinity" plot (Figure 13), the FI data almost fall into the epithermal deposits area. Meanwhile, when assuming a simple [H.sub.2]O-NaCl system, the ore-forming pressure can be estimated by the "temperature versus density" plot [66]. Plotting the FI data of the Keyue deposit in the "temperature versus density" plot (Figure 14(a)), stages 2, 3, and 4 show the ore-forming pressure of 800~2000 bars, 500~1000 bars, and 300~1000 bars, respectively. To regard the average pressure gradient as 270 x 105 Pa/km, the calculated mineralization depths of stages 2, 3, and 4 are 3.0~7.4 km, 1.9~5.6 km, and 1.1~3.7 km, respectively. The first pulse of mineralization has an obviously higher ore-forming pressure and deeper mineralization depth. From the above, the ore-forming fluids of the first and second pulses of mineralization show significantly different characteristics, which further support the existence of multiple pulses of mineralization in the Keyue deposit. Nevertheless, both the first and second pulses of mineralization belong to the epithermal category according to the calculated mineralization depths.

5.2.2. Comparison with Regional and Other Similar Deposits. For the Keyue deposit, minerals from the first pulse of mineralization mainly contain L-type FIs with few S-type FIs. This characteristic is similar to SEDEX and MVT deposits that mainly develop W-type FIs with few NaCl-bearing or C[O.sub.2]-bearing FIs [67]. The homogenization temperature, salinities, and densities of stage 2 sphalerite (Figures 9(a) and 9(b)) are similar to those of stage 2 minerals from the Zhaxikang deposit (Figure 14(b); homogenization temperature: 215~260[degrees]C, concentrate on 220~240[degrees]C; salinities: 8.9%~16.7%, concentrate on 12.0~15.0 wt%; and densities: 0.89~0.96 g/[cm.sup.3]) [68]. Meanwhile, laser Raman spectroscopy and micropetrography of FIs reveal the presence of [H.sub.2]O as the dominating vapor and liquid phases with some daughter minerals and minor C[O.sub.2] (Figures 8 and 10). These FI data suggest that the ore-forming fluid for the first pulse of mineralization is the low-temperature, low-medium salinity, and low-density [H.sub.2]O-NaCl system containing C[O.sub.2]. This is similar to the Red Dog (100~200[degrees]C and 14%~19%) and Tom (234~274[degrees]C and 2%~18%) SEDEX deposits, the ore-forming fluids of which are also of low temperature and low-medium salinity [69]. From the above, the FI data also support the submarine hydrothermal sediment (metasomatism) genesis of the first pulse of mineralization.

By comparison with the first pulse of mineralization, the second pulse of mineralization mainly contains the W-type FIs with few C-type, G-type, and S-type FIs. Meanwhile, according to laser Raman spectroscopy and micropetrography of FIs, the vapor and fluid phase of FIs are also dominated by [H.sub.2]O with some daughter minerals and minor C[O.sub.2] (Figures 8 and 10), and the FIs show a more variable higher homogenization temperature (Figures 9(c) and 9(e)), slightly lower salinities (Figures 9(d) and 9(f)), and approximate densities (Figure 14 and Table 2). These FI data reveal that the ore-forming fluids for the second pulse of mineralization are the low-medium temperature, low-salinity, and low-density [H.sub.2]O-NaCl system containing C[O.sub.2]. Comparing the Keyue deposit with other regional deposits in NHMB, the stage 3 and 4 minerals from the Zhaxikang deposit (Figure 14) show little higher homogenization temperature (212~338.0, concentrate on 220~310[degrees]C), a little lower salinities (3.9~13.2 wt%, concentrate on 6.0~10.0 wt%), and similar densities (0.73~0.91 g/[cm.sup.3]) [68], whereas the Shalagang Sb deposit that is dominated by the stibnitequartz ores has different FI characteristics (homogenization temperature: 134.9[degrees]C~221.9[degrees]C, concentrate on 160~190[degrees]C; salinities: 1.65~7.25 wt%, concentrate on 5.0~6.0 wt%) [68]. These comparisons suggest that Sb mineralization for stibnite in the Shalagang deposit distinguishes from that for sulfosalt minerals in Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits.

As discussed in Section 5.1, there is a genetic relationship between the Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits, so when there is a lack of analytical data for minerals in the Keyue deposit, we can take the Zhaxikang deposit as an analogy. In the Zhaxikang deposit, from stages 3 and 4 to stages 5 and 6 (homogenization temperature: 210~317.0[degrees]C, concentrate on 230~270[degrees]C; salinities: 2.4~9.9 wt%, concentrate on 3.0~9.9 wt%), the homogenization temperature and salinities also show a decreasing trend and is more approximate to the Shalagang deposit. Meanwhile, the stibnite-quartz veins in Shalagang (ESR: 18.0 [+ or -] 1.8; zircon U-Pb: 23.6 [+ or -] 0.8) [1] and Zhaxikang (ESR: 18.3 [+ or -] 1.8 and 23.3 [+ or -] 2.3; [sup.40]Ar/[sup.39]Ar: 17.9 [+ or -] 0.5) [1] deposits have similar mineralization ages. These FIs and geochronology data indicate that the stage 5 and 6 stibnite-cinnabar-quartz-calcite assemblages in Zhaxikang and Keyue deposits may share the same origin with the stibnite-quartz veins in Shalagang. Nevertheless, we come to a conclusion in the previous paragraph that Sb mineralization for stibnite in the Shalagang deposit distinguishes from that for sulfosalt minerals in Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits, so the second and third pulses of mineralization may have different Sb origins.

On the other hand, the FI characteristics of the second and third pulses of mineralization in Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits are similar with those of quartz-stibnite-sulfosalt vein systems in the Variscan orogen in northwest Germany that have salinities of 1~11wt% and homogenization temperatures of 133~389[degrees]C concentrated on 150~220[degrees]C [13]. Thus, the second and third pulses of mineralization of Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits may have similar genesis with deposits in the Variscan orogen in northwest Germany, which result from the overprinting of preexisting Pb-Zn veins by later mesothermal Sb veins related to later orogeny. Combining with the fact that the regional orogenic Sb-Au deposits mainly formed during the syn-collision period (60~42Ma) [1], the second pulse of mineralization in Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits must relate to the regional orogeny during the syn-collision period, yet the third pulse of mineralization is most likely associated with the magmatic-hydrothermal activity during the postcollision period (25 Ma to now) [1].

Overall, the FI data indicate that the Keyue deposit is an epithermal deposit with three pulses of mineralization that may be associated to three regional mineralization events, which is in keeping with the inferences from geological, mineralogical, and element characteristics in Section 5.1.

5.3. Multiple Isotopes Constrain the Ore Genesis

5.3.1. H-O Isotopes. According to the H-O isotopic data, there is an increasing trend in [delta][D.sub.V-SMOW] values and a decreasing trend in [delta][sup.18][O.sub.V-SMOW] values from early to late stages. Meanwhile, combining with the measured [delta][sup.18][O.sub.V-SMOW] values and homogenization temperatures of FIs ([T.sub.h-total]), the [delta][sup.18][O.sub.H2O] values of ore-forming fluids are calculated by the theoretical equation of 1000 ln [[alpha].sub.quartz-H2O] = 3.38 x [10.sup.6] [T.sup.-2] - 3.40 [70, 71]. Due to the lack of the [T.sub.h-total] data of stage 3 calcite and stage 5 quartz, the calculations are only aimed at stage 3 and 4 quartz samples. The calculated results also exhibit a decreasing trend in [delta][sup.18][O.sub.H2O] values from stage 3 (2.86 [per thousand]~11.34 [per thousand], average: 7.78 [per thousand], n = 7) to stage 4 (1.59 [per thousand]~2.69 [per thousand], average: 2.29 [per thousand], n = 3). In the "[delta][sup.13][D.sub.V-SMOW] versus [delta][sup.18][O.sub.H2O]" plot, stage 3 and 4 quartz from the Keyue deposit is similar to stage 3 and 4 quartz and calcite from the Zhaxikang deposit (Figure 15), which suggests that there may be a genetic relationship of these two deposits again. However, the H-O isotopic characteristics of stage 3 and 4 quartz and calcite from the Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits are significantly different from stage 1 and 2 Mn-Fe carbonate, as well as stage 5 and 6 quartz from the Zhaxikang deposit (Figure 15). This difference further proves the three pulses of mineralization in Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits as mentioned above in Sections 5.1 and 5.2.

Based on the geochronology evidence, the Shalagang Sb [1], Mazhala Au-Sb (ESR: 24.2 [+ or -] 2.4) [1], Zhegu Sb-Au (ESR: 18.4 [+ or -] 1.8 and 17.6 [+ or -] 1.8) [1], and Langkazi Au deposits [1] are all formed by the third regional mineralization event that relates to the magmatic-hydrothermal activity during the postcollision period (25 Ma to now) [1]. In the "[delta][sup.13][D.sub.V-SMOW] versus [delta][sup.18][O.sub.H2O]" plot, the H-O isotopic compositions of these deposits are also influenced by the mixture of formation and magmatic water in different ratios (Figure 15). However, the H-O isotopic compositions of stage 5 and 6 quartz from the Zhaxikang deposit are obviously influenced by the mixture of formation and geothermal water; this may relate to the ore-forming depth. The stage 5 and 6 stibnite-cinnabar-quartz-calcite assemblages formed near the earth's surface, so the magmatic water mixed with meteoric water to form the geothermal water. Meanwhile, the FI evidence shows that the second pulse of mineralization (stages 3 and 4) may relate to the regional orogeny during the syn-collision period, and the H-O isotopic characteristics of stage 3 and 4 quartz from the Keyue deposit exhibit the influence by mixture of formation and magmatic and geothermal water, which not only demonstrates the magmatic activity contribution to the regional orogenic mineralization event during the syn-collision period (the second pulse of mineralization) but also confirms the overprint by the later geothermal water during the postcollision period (the third pulse of mineralization).

5.3.2. S-Pb Isotopes. There are mainly three sulfur sources in nature: (1) mantle sulfur: the [delta][sup.34]S values are 0 [+ or -] 3 [per thousand], (2) seawater sulfur: the [delta][sup.34]S values are around 20% (the values vary during different geological history periods), (3) the reduced sulfur in sediments: the [delta][sup.34]S values are usually relatively light [72]. The stage 2 sulfides in the Keyue deposit have [delta][sup.34]S values of 5.4%~11.2%, which are similar to those of stage 2 sulfides in the Zhaxikang deposit (7.8 [per thousand]~12.2 [per thousand]) [3, 9, 18, 73] and regional Ridang Formation (6.4 [per thousand]~9.2 [per thousand]; Figure 16(a)) [9]. Thus, the sulfur source for the first pulse of mineralization in Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits is compatible with mainly seawater sulfur mixing with some mantle sulfur. Meanwhile, the S isotopic compositions of stage 2 sulfides in Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits overlap the range of many SEDEX-type deposits that all have relatively heavy [delta][sup.34]S values (Figure 16(b)). Nevertheless, the Red Dog (-37.2 [per thousand]~-16.4 [per thousand]), Sullivan, HYC, and Dugald River SEDEX-type deposits show much lighter [delta][sup.34]S values (Figure 16(b)), which may be due to the contribution of reduced sulfur in sediments and biogenic sulfur. Taking all of this evidence together, the first pulse of mineralization in the Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits could be related to the multiple seafloor volcanic events during the synsedimentary period (220~ 130 Ma) with the submarine hydrothermal sediment (metasomatism) genesis. Furthermore, the [delta][sup.34]S values of sulfides in Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits show a decreasing trend with time (from stage 2 through stages 3 and 4 to stage 5; Figure 16(a)) and exhibit more contribution from mantle sulfur associated with magmatism [74] in stages 3 to 5, which may relate to the overprint by later mineralization events. This inference is in keeping with the fact that the deposits (Shalagan, Mazhala, Zhegu, and Langkazi deposits) may have formed in relation with the third regional mineralization event which relates to the magmatic-hydrothermal activity during the postcollision period having much lighter [delta][sup.34]S values.

With regards to Pb isotopes, the Pb isotopic data of sulfides from the Keyue deposit have relatively uniform ranges, with [sup.206]Pb/[sup.204]Pb ratios of 18.530~ 19.780, [sup.207]Pb/[sup.204]Pb ratios of 15.674~15.939, and [sup.208]Pb/[sup.204]Pb ratios of 38.618~40.559. In the "[sup.207]Pb/[sup.204]Pb versus [sup.206]Pb/[sup.204]Pb " and "[sup.208]Pb/[sup.204]Pb versus [sup.206]Pb/[sup.204]Pb " diagrams (Figure 17), most of the data points fall into the domain of the upper crust, rarely plotting in the orogenic belt area in the tectonic setting discrimination diagrams (Figures 17(a) and 17(b)); similarly, all the data points are located around the upper crust and orogenic belt evolution curves in the Pb isotopic growth curve diagrams (Figures 17(c) and 17(d)). To be specific, the Pb isotopic compositions of stage 3 and 4 galena and boulangerite from the Keyue deposit are similar with those of stage 3 and 4 sulfides from the Zhaxikang deposit, which show that Pb is mainly sourced from the crust for the second pulse of mineralization in Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits. Meanwhile, most of the data points for stage 2 sphalerite from the Zhaxikang deposit fall into the Ocean island volcanic rock area (Figure 17(a)) and located below the orogenic belt curve (Figure 17(c)) in Pb isotopic diagrams, which proves the inference from S isotopes again that the first pulse of mineralization in Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits could be related to the multiple seafloor volcanic events during the synsedimentary period. Meanwhile, the Pb isotopic compositions of stage 5 stibnite in Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits are slightly different with those of earlier sulfides. Therefore, the Pb isotopic data also support the existence of three pulses of mineralization in Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits. Moreover, it is worth noting that sulfides share similar Pb isotopic characteristics with regional magmatic rocks and Ridang Formation, which also demonstrate the contribution from magmatism to the mineralization events in Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits.

In a word, the H-O-S-Pb isotopic evidence confirms the existence of three pulses of mineralization related to the three regional mineralization events again, which are in accord with the inferences from geology, mineralogy, elements, and FI evidence.

5.4. Ore-Forming Model. The ore-forming model synthesizes the geology, mineralogy, ore paragenetic sequence, elements, FIs, and H-O-S-Pb isotopes; the Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits have experienced three pulses of mineralization that may be associated with three regional mineralization events. The ore-forming model is as follows (Figure 18): (1) the first pulse of mineralization: during the synsedimentary period (220~130Ma), under the influence of multiple seafloor volcanic events, the reducing environment in rifts and the adsorption of organic matter lead to the enrichment of metallogenic elements (e.g., Pb, Zn, Au, Ag, Mn, Fe, Ba, Ga, In, Tl, and B) in the Late Triassic-Early Cretaceous flysch formations formed by turbidity sediment and carbonaceous-siliceous-argillaceous rock series related to hydrothermal sedimentation, and the seafloor hydrothermal system circularly leached the metallogenic elements to form the first pulse of mineralization (stages 1 and 2) in Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits. (2) The second pulse of mineralization: during the syn-collision period (60~42 Ma) of the Indian-Eurasian plate, influenced by orogeny, the deep source mantle fluid formed by mantle exhaust and the C[O.sub.2]-bearing fluid formed by Lower crustal dehydration mixed and raised along the shear zone, with the contribution for ore-forming elements from magmatism to form a series of regional orogenic Au-Sb deposits. This mineralization event is related to the second pulse of mineralization (stages 3 and 4) and overprints the first pulse of mineralization in Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits. (3) Third pulse of mineralization: during the postcollision period (25 Ma to now), with the development of STDS, the metamorphic core complex, and the extensive emplacement of leucogranite, a series of W-Sn, Pb-Zn (Ag), and Sb-Au deposits developed in the region. This magmatic-hydrothermal mineralization event is associated with the third pulse of mineralization and also overprints the first and second pulses of mineralization in Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits. Moreover, the Plateau Uplift and complicated tectogenesis related to the collision of the Indian and Eurasian plates during the syn-collision and postcollision periods erode and destroy the early bedded Pb-Zn orebodies.

6. Conclusions

The geology, mineralogy, ore paragenetic sequence, elements, FIs, and H-O-S-Pb isotope evidence allow us to make the following conclusions:

(1) There are six ore-forming assemblages of ore and gangue minerals that can represent six stages of ore formation from early to late, and these six stages are assigned to three clear pulses.

(2) The occurrence states of Ag in the Keyue deposit are prevailingly in the form of visible Ag that can be divided into independent Ag-bearing minerals and Ag-bearing inclusions. The invisible Ag is much less and principally in the form of submicroscopic Ag-bearing inclusions.

(3) The FIs in the Keyue deposit can be divided into three genetic (primary, secondary, and pseudosecondary) and four phase (W-type, C-type, G-type, and S-type) types.

(4) There is an increasing trend in [delta][D.sub.V-SMOW] values, a decreasing trend in [delta][sup.18][O.sub.V-SMOW] values, and a decreasing trend in [delta][sup.34]S values from early to late stages. However, the Pb isotopic data have relatively uniform ranges.

(5) The Keyue deposit is an epithermal deposit and has mainly experienced three pulses of mineralization that relates to the three regional mineralization events in NHMB.

(6) There is a genetic relationship between the Keyue and Zhaxikang deposits, they have the same origins, and they experience the same mineralization events.

Data Availability

The data used to support the findings of this study are included within the article.

https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/3175423

Conflicts of Interest

The authors declare that they do not have any commercial or associative interest that represents a conflict of interest in connection with the submitted work.

Acknowledgments

The authors acknowledge support from the Program for Changjiang scholars and Innovative University Research Teams (IRT14R54, IRT1083), the Commonwealth Project from the Ministry of Land and Resources (201511015), and the Program of the China Geological survey (1212011220927).

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Da Wang, (1,2) Youye Zheng (iD), (1,3) Wantao Yang, (2) and Ngawang Gyatso (4)

(1) State Key Laboratory of Geological Processes and Mineral Resources, School of Earth Sciences and Resources, China University of Geosciences, Beijing 100083, China

(2) No. 10 Detachment, Division of Gold, Chinese People's Armed Police Force, Kunming 650001, China

(3) State Key Laboratory of Geological Processes and Mineral Resources, and Faculty of Earth Resources, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan 430074, China

(4) China Three Gorges Projects Developments Co., Led, Beijing 100038, China

Correspondence should be addressed to Youye Zheng; zhyouye@163.com

Received 16 April 2018; Revised 6 July 2018; Accepted 25 July 2018; Published 8 October 2018

Academic Editor: Merce Corbella

Caption: Figure 1: (a) Tectonic framework of the Himalayan Terrane (modified from Yin [5] and Wanget al. [25]). (b) Regional geological map of the North Himalayan Metallogenic Belt (modified from Zheng et al. [1] and Wang et al. [25]).

Caption: Figure 2: (a) Geological map of the Keyue Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposit (modified from Yang [10]); (b) cross-section along Exploration Line 44; (c) the schematic illustration of the internal structure of the Keyue deposits, with the vertical zonation, different alteration associations, and mineralization.

Caption: Figure 3: Hydrothermal alteration within the Keyue orefield. (a) Mn-Fe carbonate vein cut slate; (b) Mn-Fe carbonate in slate; (c) quartz veins cut slate; (d) the quartz that contains slate breccias and pyrite; (e) quartz vein cut altered rock; (f) sericitization. Mcar = Mn-Fe carbonate, Qtz = Quartz, Py = pyrite, Ser = sericite.

Caption: Figure 4: Hand specimen photographs of representative samples from the Keyue Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposit. (a) Assemblage 1 lamellar sphalerite-pyrite-arsenopyrite and assemblage 2 massive and banded sphalerite-pyrite-galena hosted by Mn-Fe carbonate. (b) Assemblage 1 lamellar sphalerite-pyrite-arsenopyrite hosted by Mn-Fe carbonate, later assemblage 4 quartz-boulangerite veins cut the Mn-Fe carbonate; this sample also contains massive assemblage 4 quartz-boulangerite. (c) Assemblage 1 disseminated pyrite and chalcopyrite hosted by assemblage 1 Mn-Fe carbonate, later assemblage 4 quartz-boulangerite veins cut the Mn-Fe carbonate. (d) Banded assemblage 2 Mn-Fe carbonate-sphalerite-pyrite ore that contains some assemblage 3 quartz. (e) Massive assemblage 2 Mn-Fe carbonate-sphalerite-pyrite-galena ore. (f) Massive assemblage 2 coarse-grained sphalerite-galena-chalcopyrite ore. (g) Massive and banded assemblage 2 Mn-Fe carbonate-sphalerite-pyrite-galena ore. (h) Assemblage 2 coarse-grained galena-sphalerite-chalcopyrite. (i) Massive assemblage 2 Mn-Fe carbonate-sphalerite-chalcopyrite-pyrite-galena ore that is cut by a later assemblage 4 quartz-boulangerite vein. (j) Veined assemblage 3 quartz-sphalerite-galena-chalcopyrite ore that is cut by a later assemblage 4 quartz-boulangerite vein. (k) Assemblage 3 massive quartz-sphalerite-galena-chalcopyrite ore. (l) Assemblage 3 coarse-grained pyrite-chalcopyrite occurs in assemblage 3 quartz; this sample also contains minor assemblage 2 Mn-Fe carbonate. (m) Assemblage 3 massive quartz-chalcopyrite ore that contains some assemblage 4 quartz-bournonite. (n) Assemblage 3 chalcopyrite replaced by assemblage 4 quartz-tetrahedrite-freibergite. (o) Assemblage 4 boulangerite and assemblage 3 chalcopyrite-quartz replace assemblage 2 Mn-Fe carbonate. (p) Veined assemblage 4 boulangerite-jamesonite replace assemblage 3 massive coarse-grained galena. (q) Massive assemblage 4 quartz-boulangerite-jamesonite ore. (r) Radial assemblage 5 stibnite hosted by assemblage 5 quartz. (s) Assemblage 5 stibnite replaced by assemblage 6 quartz-calcite vein. (t) Geyserite and valentinite formed by the supergenetic oxidation of assemblage 5 quartz-stibnite-cinnabar ore. Mcar1 = assemblage 1 fine-grained Mn-Fe carbonate; Apy1 = assemblage 1 lamellar arsenopyrite; Py1 = assemblage 1 lamellar pyrite; Sp1 = assemblage 1 lamellar sphalerite; Ccp1 = assemblage 1 chalcopyrite; Mcar2 = assemblage 2 coarse-grained Mn-Fe carbonate; Py2 = assemblage 2 pyrite; Sp2 = assemblage 2 sphalerite; Gn2 = assemblage 2 galena; Ccp2 = assemblage 2 chalcopyrite; Py3 = assemblage 3 pyrite; Sp3 = assemblage 3 sphalerite; Gn3 = assemblage 3 galena; Ccp3 = assemblage 3 chalcopyrite; Qtz3 = assemblage 3 quartz; Blr4 = assemblage 4 boulangerite; Jmt4 = assemblage 4 jamesonite; Bnn4 = assemblage 4 bournonite; Ttr4 = assemblage 4 tetrahedrite; Fbt4 = assemblage 4 freibergite; Qtz4 = assemblage 4 quartz; Stb5 = assemblage 5 stibnite; Ci5 = assemblage 5 cinnabar; Qtz5 = assemblage 5 quartz; Cal6 = assemblage 6 calcite; Qtz6 = assemblage 6 quartz.

Caption: Figure 5: Photomicrographs of representative samples from the Keyue Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposit. (a) Assemblage 1 automorphic arsenopyrite. (b) Later formed assemblage 2 galena cut and replaced early formed sphalerite-pyrite-Mn-Fe carbonate. (c) Assemblage 4 tetrahedrite replaced assemblage 3 pyrite-sphalerite-galena-quartz. (d) Assemblage 4 boulangerite replaced assemblage 3 sphalerite-quartz. (e) Assemblage 5 quartz-stibnite vein cut the assemblage 4 boulangerite. (f) Assemblage 5 stibnite occurred among xenomorphic quartz grains. Abbreviations are the same as in Figure 4.

Caption: Figure 6: The BSE images for primary Ag-bearing minerals and X-ray mapping images for Ag, Sb, Cu, and Pb elements in the Keyue Sb-PbZn-Ag deposit. Abbreviations are the same as in Figure 4. Adt = andorite.

Caption: Figure 8: Photomicrographs showing the types and characteristic features of fluid inclusions (FIs) at the Keyue Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposit. (a) Coexistence of the primary and secondary FIs that linearly distribute in assemblage 3 quartz. (b) The pseudosecondary FIs linearly distribute in assemblage 4 quartz. (c) The elliptic V-type FIs in assemblage 3 quartz. (d) The long-columnar C-type FIs in assemblage 3 quartz. (e) The irregular halite-bearing FIs in assemblage 4 quartz. (f) The elliptic G-type FIs in assemblage 3 quartz. (g) The rectangular L-type FIs in assemblage 1 Mn-Fe carbonate. (h) The rhombic L-type FIs in assemblage 2 Mn-Fe carbonate. (i) The L-type FIs isolatedly distribute in assemblage 5 quartz. (j) The long-columnar L-type FIs in assemblage 2 sphalerite. (k) The long-columnar L-type FI inclusions in assemblage 2 sphalerite. (l) The S-type FIs in assemblage 2 sphalerite. Abbreviations are the same as in Figure 5.

Caption: Figure 9: Histograms of homogenization temperature and salinity of FIs in minerals of different assemblages from the Keyue Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposit: (a) and (b) assemblage 2 sphalerite; (c) and (d) assemblage 3 quartz; (e) and (f) Assemblage 4 quartz. Abbreviations are the same as in Figure 5.

Caption: Figure 10: Representative laser Raman spectra of FIs in the Keyue Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposit. (a) C[O.sub.2] spectra of vapor phase in the W-type FIs of assemblage 2 Mn-Fe carbonate; (b) [H.sub.2]O spectra of liquid phase in the C[O.sub.2]-bearing W-type FIs of assemblage 2 Mn-Fe carbonate; (c) C[O.sub.2] spectra of vapor phase in the C[O.sub.2]-bearing W-type FIs of assemblage 3 quartz; (d) [H.sub.2]O spectra of liquid phase in the C[O.sub.2]-bearing W-type FIs of assemblage 3 quartz; (e) C[O.sub.2] spectra of vapor phase in the G-type FIs of assemblage 3 quartz; (f) C[O.sub.2] spectra of vapor phase in the C-type FIs of assemblage 3 quartz; (g) C[O.sub.2] spectra of vapor phase in the C-type FIs of assemblage 3 quartz; (h) [H.sub.2]O spectra of liquid phase in the C-type FIs of assemblage 3 quartz; (i) C[O.sub.2] spectra of vapor phase in the C[O.sub.2]-bearing W-type FIs of assemblage 4 quartz; (j) [H.sub.2]O spectra of liquid phase in the C[O.sub.2]-bearing W-type FIs of assemblage 4 quartz.

Caption: Figure 11: Frequency histogram plots of [delta][sup.34]S values for sulfide minerals from the Keyue Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposit.

Caption: Figure 12: Diagram of Zn/Cd ratios versus Cd for sphalerite from the Keyue Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposit, compared with the Zhaxikang deposit (data cited from [9, 20]), as well as high-temperature (porphyry, magmatic hydrothermal, skarn, and VMS-type Pb-Zn deposit), low-temperature (MVT deposits), and exhalative systems (SEDEX-type Pb-Zn deposits and the seafloor hydrothermal sulfides; data cited from Wen et al. [59]).

Caption: Figure 13: Diagram of homogenization temperature versus salinity for the fluid inclusions at the Keyue Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposit (modified from Wilkinson [75]).

Caption: Figure 14: (a) The NaCl-[H.sub.2]O system [rho]-T-D diagram of the different stage fluids in the Keyue Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposit (modified from Chen et al. [67]). (b) The NaCl-[H.sub.2]O system [rho]-T-D diagram of the different stage fluids in the Zhaxikang Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposit (modified from Yu [68]).

Caption: Figure 15: Diagram of [delta]D versus [delta][sup.18]O.sub.H2O] for quartz from the Keyue Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposit, compared with Zhaxikang (data cited from Yang et al. [3], Meng et al. [6], Xie et al. [17], Li [76], and Zhang [77]), Shalagang, Mazhala, Zhegu, and Langkazi deposits (data cited from Yang et al. [3]) in NHMB.

Caption: Figure 16: (a) The S isotopic compositions of sulfide minerals from the Keyue Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposit, compared with Zhaxikang (data cited from Yanget al. [3], Sun et al. [9], Zhou et al. [18], and Zhang [73]), Shalagang, Mazhala, Zhegu, and Langkazi deposits (data cited from Yang et al. [1]) in NHMB. (b) The S isotopic compositions of stage 2 sulfide minerals from the Keyue and Zhaxikang Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposits; the S isotopic compositions of sulfide minerals from typical SEDEX deposits all over the world are also plotted for comparison (modified from Leach et al. [78]).

Caption: Figure 17: Diagrams of [sup.207]Pb/[sup.204]Pb versus [sup.206]Pb/[sup.204]Pb and [sup.208]Pb/[sup.204]Pb versus [sup.206]Pb/[sup.204]Pb showing the Pb isotopic compositions of sulfide minerals from the Keyue and Zhaxikang Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposits; reference evolution curves of Lower Crust, Upper Crust, Mantle, Orogenic Belt, and Ocean Island Volcanic Rocks are also displayed (modified from Zartman and Doe [79]). (a) [sup.207]Pb/[sup.204]Pb versus [sup.206]Pb/[sup.204]Pb tectonic setting discrimination diagram; (b) [sup.208]Pb/[sup.204]Pb versus [sup.206]Pb/[sup.204]Pb tectonic setting discrimination diagram; (c) [sup.207]Pb/[sup.204]Pb versus [sup.206]Pb/[sup.204]Pb growth curve; (d) [sup.208]Pb/[sup.204]Pb versus [sup.206]Pb/[sup.204]Pb growth curve.

Caption: Figure 18: The ore-forming model for three pulses of mineralization in the Keyue deposit.
Table 1: EPMA data for minerals from the Keyue deposit.

Sample
number     Mineral       As          Au           S          Ga

2-3          Sp          --         0.038      33.431       0.004
3-4          Sp          --         0.011      33.353        --
4-1          Sp         0.004       0.126      33.414        --
4-2          Sp          --          --        33.215        --
5-3          Sp         0.009       0.044      33.298        --
5-2          Sp          --          --        33.640        --
6-3          Sp         0.039       0.033      33.731       0.023
1-2          Sp         0.011       0.076      33.281       0.007
7-4          Sp          --          --        33.294        --
8-4-1        Sp          --         0.016      33.314        --
8-4          Sp         0.032        --        33.749       0.030
11-4         Sp         0.056       0.005      33.242       0.053
11-3         Sp         0.019        --        33.816       0.067
28-1         Sp          --         0.049      33.358       0.097
33-1         Sp          --         0.060      33.514        --
35-1         Sp          --         0.005      33.014        --
15-2         Sp         0.042       0.113      33.627       0.103
34-3         Sp         0.013       0.044      33.194       0.004
2-2          Gn          --          --        13.308        --
3-1          Gn          --          --        13.464        --
3-2          Gn          --          --        13.536       0.042
3-3          Gn          --          --        13.407        --
5-1          Gn          --          --        13.486       0.020
5-3          Gn          --          --        13.451        --
5-2          Gn          --          --        13.540        --
1-1          Gn          --          --        13.488        --
1-3          Gn          --          --        13.426        --
7-3          Gn          --          --        13.582       0.030
7-4          Gn          --          --        13.649        --
18-2         Gn          --          --        13.491        --
18-3         Gn          --          --        13.381       0.003
24-1         Gn          --          --        13.545        --
28-1         Gn          --          --        13.489        --
32-2         Gn          --          --        13.564        --
15-4         Gn          --          --        13.596       0.020
5-1          Py          --         0.079      53.193        --
8-3          Py          --          --        53.483        --
10-3         Py         0.713        --        52.769       0.012
10-4         Py         0.848        --        52.523        --
11-3         Py         0.928       0.062      51.566        --
21-1         Py         0.010        --        53.095        --
31-1         Py         0.017        --        53.437        --
3-4          Apy       41.307        --        22.467        --
5-1          Apy       39.484       0.040      23.421        --
5-3          Apy       40.065       0.115      22.722        --
10-4         Apy       42.373        --        22.559        --
31-1         Apy       43.610       0.093      21.604        --
14-2         Apy       40.798       0.069      22.586        --
7-2          Cep        0.007        --        35.414        --
7-4          Cep         --         0.040      34.923       0.017
8-4          Cep        0.014       0.030      35.202        --
18-2         Cep        0.047       0.025      35.068       0.024
18-3         Cep        0.007        --        34.909        --
22-1         Cep        0.004        --        34.719        --
31           Cep         --         0.015      34.813        --
32-1         Cep         --         0.039      35.141        --
22-1         Ttr        0.345        --        24.658        --
32-1         Ttr        0.252       0.114      24.963       0.003
1-3          Fbt        0.294        --        23.415        --
2-3          Fbt        0.232        --        23.289        --
2-3          Fbt        0.34        0.067      23.485       0.009
5-2          Fbt        0.27        0.005      22.979       0.006
8-4          Fbt        0.314       0.102      24.093        --
11-4         Fbt        0.261       0.053      24.121       0.006
18-3         Fbt        0.208       0.059      24.013        --
18-3         Fbt        0.249        --        24.314        --
21-1         Fbt        0.544       0.069      24.228        --
24-1         Fbt        0.114       0.094      22.765       0.055
28-1         Fbt        0.171        --        23.050       0.027
13-1         Fbt        0.210        --        23.858        --
14-2         Fbt        0.212       0.072      23.447        --
15-4         Fbt        0.217       0.086      22.953        --
2-1          Blr         --          --        18.651        --
2-3          Blr         --          --        18.957        --
3-1          Blr        0.017        --        18.217       0.006
3-2          Blr         --          --        18.864        --
4-1          Blr        0.003        --        18.602       0.01
4-2          Blr         --         0.016      18.972        --
6-3-1        Blr         --          --        19.096        --
6-3          Blr        0.007        --        18.938       0.008
7-2          Blr         --          --        18.855       0.048
7-3          Blr         --          --        18.689        --
7-4          Blr         --          --        18.702        --
8-4          Blr         --          --        19.000       0.021
23-1         Blr         --          --        18.990        --
33-1         Blr         --          --        18.829        --
13-1         Blr         --         0.114      18.992        --
13-5         Blr         --          --        18.935       0.045
8-2          Jmt         --          --        21.913       0.054
8-3          Jmt         --          --        21.879       0.048
8-1-1        Jmt         --          --        22.019        --
8-1          Jmt         --          --         21.90       0.015
10-3         Jmt        0.002        --        21.757       0.013
10-4         Jmt        0.019        --        22.207        --
11-4         Jmt         --          --        21.972       0.023
11-3         Jmt         --          --        21.941       0.031
35-3         Jmt         --          --        21.983        --
13-1         Jmt         --          --        21.917       0.039
13-5         Jmt        0.004        --        21.881        --
3-1          Bnn        0.125        --        19.828        --
5-2          Bnn        0.124        --        19.225        --
1-1          Bnn         --          --        20.042        --
1-3          Bnn        0.049        --        19.905        --
18-2         Bnn        0.058        --        19.715        --
18-2-1       Bnn         --          --        20.030       0.046
21-1         Bnn        0.015        --        19.991        --
22-1         Bnn        0.036        --        19.922       0.025
23-1         Bnn        0.070        --        19.945       0.012
23-1-1       Bnn         --          --        19.956        --
24-1         Bnn        0.097        --        20.036        --
27-1         Bnn        0.077       0.022      19.949        --
27-1-1       Bnn         --          --        19.934        --
27           Bnn         --          --        19.830        --
28-1         Bnn        0.116        --        20.034        --
32-1         Bnn         --          --        20.188        --
32-2         Bnn        0.057        --        19.830        --
15-4         Bnn        0.004        --        19.799       0.002
36-4         Stb        0.244        --        28.406        --
36-4-1       Stb        0.213       0.036      28.400       0.095
36-3         Stb        0.242       0.045      28.429        --
36-3         Stb        0.251        --        28.534        --

Sample
number       Pb          Ag          Se          Bi          Mn

2-3         0.130        --          --         0.027        --
3-4         0.085        --          --         0.042        --
4-1         0.038        --          --          --          --
4-2         0.053        --          --          --          --
5-3         0.079        --          --         0.032        --
5-2         0.122        --          --         0.095        --
6-3         0.216        --          --         0.004        --
1-2         0.091        --          --         0.043        --
7-4         0.098        --         0.012       0.146       0.024
8-4-1       0.078       0.614       0.008       0.143       0.035
8-4          --          --          --          --         0.017
11-4         --          --         0.005       0.030       0.021
11-3        0.191        --         0.037        --         0.046
28-1        0.055        --         0.071       0.03        0.004
33-1        0.046        --         0.005       0.017       0.029
35-1         --          --          --         0.049       0.025
15-2        0.074        --          --         0.015       0.068
34-3        0.098        --         0.008       0.119       0.055
2-2        85.553       0.095        --         0.335        --
3-1        84.717       0.139        --         0.213        --
3-2        84.604       0.033        --         0.132        --
3-3        85.522       0.093        --         0.282        --
5-1        84.577       0.091        --         0.312        --
5-3        83.778       0.092        --         0.164        --
5-2        85.395       0.139        --         0.210        --
1-1        84.989       0.172       0.011       0.524        --
1-3        85.184       0.131       0.004       0.547        --
7-3        85.306       0.109        --         0.289        --
7-4        84.767       0.038        --         0.38        0.001
18-2       84.491       0.180       0.025       0.779       0.018
18-3       82.832       0.747       0.005       2.044        --
24-1       84.609       0.167        --         0.330        --
28-1       86.296       0.044        --         0.416        --
32-2       81.641       1.166       0.131       2.873        --
15-4       85.520       0.131        --         0.373       0.012
5-1         0.046       0.023        --         0.046        --
8-3         0.113        --          --         0.046        --
10-3        0.093        --          --         0.039        --
10-4        0.048       0.001        --         0.030        --
11-3        0.134       0.023        --         0.054        --
21-1        0.352       0.002        --         0.039        --
31-1        0.045       0.018       0.019       0.111        --
3-4         0.025       0.024        --         0.067        --
5-1          --          --          --          --          --
5-3         0.119       0.010        --          --          --
10-4        0.122       0.010        --         0.031       0.029
31-1        0.055       0.021        --          --         0.017
14-2        0.112        --          --          --          --
7-2         0.079       0.010        --         0.097       0.012
7-4         0.127       0.007        --         0.050        --
8-4         0.082       0.003       0.023       0.084        --
18-2        0.037       0.054        --         0.028       0.015
18-3        0.136       0.018        --         0.065        --
22-1        0.046        --          --         0.021        --
31          0.148       0.014        --          --          --
32-1        0.109        --         0.004       0.062        --
22-1        0.114       4.055        --         0.035       0.008
32-1        0.017       6.933        --         0.037       0.002
1-3          --        19.557        --          --          --
2-3          --        19.808        --         0.111        --
2-3         0.081      19.375        --         0.019        --
5-2         0.054      21.461        --          --          --
8-4         0.041      15.340       0.035       0.062       0.010
11-4        0.002      15.592       0.048       0.015        --
18-3        0.046      12.557       0.005       0.037       0.004
18-3        0.055      12.015        --         0.025       0.001
21-1        0.028      12.808       0.019       0.143        --
24-1        0.078      27.015        --          --         0.013
28-1         --        22.595        --          --         0.004
13-1        0.097      17.547        --          --         0.011
14-2        0.080      21.079        --          --         0.019
15-4        0.224      22.193       0.008        --          --
2-1        54.937        --          --         0.233        --
2-3        54.738       0.011        --         0.148        --
3-1        54.141        --          --         0.088        --
3-2        54.500        --          --         0.179        --
4-1        53.979        --          --         0.188        --
4-2        55.026        --          --         0.206        --
6-3-1      54.167        --          --         0.111        --
6-3        55.070       0.072        --         0.220        --
7-2        55.871        --          --         0.240       0.009
7-3        55.577        --          --         0.152        --
7-4        54.469        --          --         0.186        --
8-4        54.615       0.005        --         0.082       0.013
23-1       55.951        --          --         0.300        --
33-1       54.852       0.020        --         0.118        --
13-1       54.801       0.016        --         0.222        --
13-5       54.611        --         0.002       0.181       0.006
8-2        40.001        --          --         0.247       0.109
8-3        39.733        --          --         0.214       0.054
8-1-1      38.441        --         0.002       0.115       0.142
8-1        39.601        --         0.005       0.133       0.072
10-3       39.076       0.101        --         0.143       0.097
10-4       38.996       0.130        --         0.210       0.133
11-4       39.342        --         0.020       0.187       0.062
11-3       39.909        --         0.028       0.198       0.095
35-3       39.380       0.268       0.012       0.126       0.028
13-1       39.913        --          --         0.138       0.058
13-5       39.654        --         0.029       0.113       0.040
3-1        42.527       0.004        --         0.259        --
5-2        41.070       0.010        --         0.109        --
1-1        42.061        --          --         0.093        --
1-3        41.608        --          --         0.226        --
18-2       41.791        --          --         0.301       0.004
18-2-1     42.235        --         0.015       0.500       0.006
21-1       41.646       0.006       0.032       0.160        --
22-1       41.942        --          --         0.196       0.001
23-1       42.335       0.006       0.007       0.142        --
23-1-1     42.890       0.008       0.008       0.162        --
24-1       41.541        --          --         0.249        --
27-1       42.112        --         0.017       0.311        --
27-1-1     42.808       0.012        --         0.422        --
27         42.547        --         0.016       0.422       0.018
28-1       42.004        --          --         0.114       0.013
32-1       41.955        --          --         0.177       0.002
32-2       42.433        --          --         0.383       0.001
15-4       42.672        --          --         0.144       0.002
36-4        0.412       0.011       0.037        --          --
36-4-1      0.102        --         0.023       0.079        --
36-3        0.125        --          --          --          --
36-3        0.186       0.013        --          --          --

Sample
number       Cd          Fe          In          Co          Sn

2-3         0.019       2.864        --          --          --
3-4         0.051       3.999        --          --          --
4-1         0.032       2.189        --          --          --
4-2         0.005       2.343        --          --          --
5-3         0.033       4.007       0.051        --          --
5-2         0.019       6.070        --          --          --
6-3          --         2.439        --          --          --
1-2          --         4.983       0.049        --          --
7-4          --         4.041        --          --         0.033
8-4-1       0.032       3.193        --         0.006        --
8-4         0.031       3.852        --         0.022        --
11-4        0.005       3.561        --         0.001        --
11-3         --         5.486        --         0.012        --
28-1        0.004       3.063        --         0.028       0.268
33-1        0.043       4.077        --          --         0.031
35-1         --         2.784        --          --         0.247
15-2        0.045       8.757        --         0.004        --
34-3        0.019       3.704        --         0.056        --
2-2          --         0.027        --          --          --
3-1          --         0.031        --          --          --
3-2          --         0.018        --          --          --
3-3          --         0.012        --          --          --
5-1          --         0.04         --          --          --
5-3          --         0.071        --          --          --
5-2          --         0.031        --          --          --
1-1          --         0.038        --          --          --
1-3          --         0.024        --         0.038        --
7-3          --         0.031        --          --          --
7-4          --          --          --          --          --
18-2         --         0.076        --          --         0.008
18-3         --         0.171        --          --          --
24-1         --         0.036        --         0.007        --
28-1         --          --          --          --          --
32-2         --         0.016        --          --          --
15-4         --         0.012        --          --          --
5-1         0.020      46.336        --          --          --
8-3          --        46.402       0.018       0.064        --
10-3        0.040      46.235        --         0.074        --
10-4        0.012      45.932       0.005       0.091        --
11-3        0.034      45.769        --         0.085        --
21-1        0.042      46.003       0.022       0.095        --
31-1         --        46.565        --         0.069        --
3-4          --        35.648        --          --          --
5-1          --        36.146       0.010        --          --
5-3         0.013      36.100       0.034        --          --
10-4         --        35.499       0.026       0.068        --
31-1         --        35.633       0.065       0.065        --
14-2        0.013      35.735        --         0.056        --
7-2         0.041      30.330        --         0.042        --
7-4         0.008      29.901       0.037       0.030        --
8-4          --        29.934       0.007       0.055        --
18-2         --        30.404       0.006       0.038        --
18-3         --        30.155       0.002       0.061        --
22-1         --        30.297       0.003       0.057        --
31           --        30.456        --         0.052        --
32-1        0.050      30.303       0.029       0.045       0.023
22-1        0.067       3.858        --          --         0.043
32-1        0.024       3.881        --         0.029        --
1-3          --         4.165        --          --          --
2-3         0.191       4.330        --          --          --
2-3         0.174       4.411        --          --          --
5-2         0.247       3.678        --          --          --
8-4          --         4.651        --         0.020        --
11-4         --         4.457        --          --          --
18-3         --         4.696        --         0.003        --
18-3         --         4.322        --          --          --
21-1         --         4.140        --          --          --
24-1         --         6.259        --         0.028        --
28-1         --         4.609        --         0.037        --
13-1         --         4.632        --         0.005        --
14-2         --         4.742        --         0.027        --
15-4         --         4.157        --          --          --
2-1         0.019        --          --          --          --
2-3         0.060       0.093        --          --          --
3-1         0.046        --          --          --          --
3-2         0.044       0.041        --          --          --
4-1         0.052       0.014        --          --          --
4-2         0.126       0.017        --          --          --
6-3-1        --         0.488        --          --          --
6-3         0.033       0.012        --          --          --
7-2         0.115       0.046        --          --         0.127
7-3         0.060        --          --          --         0.090
7-4         0.037       0.011        --          --         0.076
8-4         0.016       0.035        --          --         0.179
23-1        0.034       0.025        --          --         0.083
33-1        0.091       0.008        --          --         0.063
13-1        0.124       0.041        --         0.006       0.076
13-5        0.025       0.051        --         0.003       0.057
8-2         0.023       2.639        --         0.021       0.171
8-3         0.054       2.677        --          --         0.143
8-1-1       0.111       2.619        --         0.019       0.124
8-1         0.135       2.637        --          --         0.143
10-3        0.094       2.652        --          --         0.176
10-4        0.079       2.66         --         0.002       0.148
11-4        0.105       2.715       0.007        --         0.198
11-3        0.088       2.580        --         0.008       0.103
35-3        0.082       2.660        --         0.007       0.177
13-1        0.105       2.659        --         0.021       0.151
13-5        0.089       2.748        --          --         0.168
3-1         0.060       0.027        --          --          --
5-2         0.020       0.182        --          --          --
1-1          --          --          --         0.013        --
1-3          --         0.040        --         0.009        --
18-2        0.044       0.043        --          --         0.033
18-2-1      0.068       0.039        --          --         0.003
21-1        0.045       0.008        --         0.001       0.089
22-1        0.097       0.002        --          --         0.079
23-1        0.026       0.007        --          --         0.081
23-1-1      0.066       0.023        --         0.021       0.096
24-1        0.033        --          --         0.003       0.075
27-1        0.074       0.014        --         0.004       0.107
27-1-1      0.135        --          --          --         0.091
27          0.041        --          --          --         0.044
28-1        0.060       0.033        --          --         0.072
32-1        0.124       0.002        --         0.008       0.051
32-2        0.091       0.030        --         0.012       0.104
15-4        0.057       0.004        --          --         0.074
36-4        0.235       0.015        --          --         0.319
36-4-1      0.229        --         0.015        --         0.296
36-3        0.238        --          --          --         0.363
36-3        0.184       0.001        --          --         0.292

Sample
number       Ni            Sb              Cu              Te

2-3         0.003          --             0.068            --
3-4         0.015          --             0.184            --
4-1         0.011         0.049           0.029            --
4-2          --           0.002           0.147            --
5-3          --            --             0.140            --
5-2          --           0.029           1.145            --
6-3         0.006         0.003            --              --
1-2         0.007          --             0.012            --
7-4         0.012         0.012           0.091           0.018
8-4-1        --           1.181           1.838            --
8-4          --            --             0.037           0.019
11-4        0.006         0.009           0.012            --
11-3        0.012         0.008            --              --
28-1         --           0.044           0.906            --
33-1         --            --              --              --
35-1        0.018         0.034           0.326            --
15-2         --           0.046           0.051           0.050
34-3        0.158          --              --             0.003
2-2          --           0.246           0.012            --
3-1         0.022         0.217           0.029            --
3-2          --           0.126           0.008            --
3-3         0.011         0.205            --              --
5-1          --           0.189           0.014            --
5-3          --           0.165            --              --
5-2         0.012         0.309           0.031            --
1-1          --           0.065            --              --
1-3         0.013         0.151           0.230            --
7-3         0.014         0.204           0.005           0.067
7-4         0.001         0.220           0.010           0.013
18-2         --           0.009           0.173           0.072
18-3        0.016          --             0.308           0.001
24-1        0.021         0.212            --             0.057
28-1         --           0.111           0.016           0.101
32-2        0.034         0.010            --             0.030
15-4         --           0.142            --             0.074
5-1         0.014         0.017           0.017            --
8-3         0.009         0.002           0.016            --
10-3        0.020          --             0.021           0.003
10-4         --            --             0.007           0.006
11-3         --           0.051           0.011            --
21-1         --           0.033           0.061           0.017
31-1         --            --             0.014           0.016
3-4          --           0.350           0.016            --
5-1          --           0.557           0.012            --
5-3         0.003         0.042           0.020            --
10-4         --            --              --              --
31-1        0.023         0.004           0.003            --
14-2         --           0.020            --              --
7-2         0.008          --            34.111           0.007
7-4          --           0.005          33.332            --
8-4          --            --            34.174            --
18-2         --            --            33.993            --
18-3         --           0.021          33.757            --
22-1        0.012         0.004          33.684            --
31           --            --            33.856            --
32-1        0.003         0.040          34.081            --
22-1        0.005        28.067          35.483            --
32-1         --          27.885          33.480            --
1-3          --          26.225          23.600            --
2-3          --          25.686          23.849            --
2-3         0.007        26.458          23.895            --
5-2          --          26.167          22.402            --
8-4          --          26.460          27.071            --
11-4         --          27.191          27.196            --
18-3         --          27.053          29.351            --
18-3        0.026        27.363          29.914            --
21-1         --          26.794          28.896            --
24-1        0.006        26.564          18.975            --
28-1         --          26.380          21.881            --
13-1        0.014        26.962          25.832            --
14-2         --          26.926          22.981            --
15-4         --          25.959          21.710            --
2-1          --          24.586           0.021            --
2-3         0.024        24.425           0.023            --
3-1         0.047        24.083            --              --
3-2          --          24.463           0.020            --
4-1         0.005        24.512           0.017            --
4-2          --          25.148           0.004            --
6-3-1        --          24.960            --              --
6-3         0.024        25.064            --              --
7-2         0.010        25.383           0.041            --
7-3         0.015        26.127           0.014            --
7-4         0.007        24.850            --              --
8-4         0.026        25.020           0.022            --
23-1         --          25.535           0.797            --
33-1        0.013        25.070            --              --
13-1        0.010        25.109            --              --
13-5        0.034        25.303            --              --
8-2         0.003        34.138           0.023            --
8-3          --          34.363           0.003            --
8-1-1       0.006        33.733           0.005            --
8-1         0.043        34.229            --              --
10-3         --          35.713           0.071            --
10-4        0.004        35.506           0.063            --
11-4        0.005        34.933           0.017            --
11-3        0.019        34.599            --              --
35-3        0.024        35.835           0.034            --
13-1        0.007        34.495            --              --
13-5        0.002        34.543           0.017            --
3-1         0.001        24.339          13.046            --
5-2         0.018        23.716          13.262            --
1-1          --          23.932          13.533            --
1-3         0.014        23.965          13.241            --
18-2        0.018        23.673          13.303            --
18-2-1       --          24.212          13.150            --
21-1         --          24.540          13.409            --
22-1        0.005        24.008          13.276            --
23-1         --          24.409          13.235            --
23-1-1      0.008        24.098          12.373            --
24-1        0.011        24.305          13.444            --
27-1        0.022        24.421          13.298            --
27-1-1       --          24.214          13.337            --
27           --          23.771          13.284            --
28-1        0.038        24.252          13.375            --
32-1         --          24.094          13.249            --
32-2        0.040        24.200          13.347            --
15-4         --          24.062          13.286            --
36-4        0.029        70.217           0.032            --
36-4-1       --          70.179           0.031            --
36-3         --          70.202           0.039            --
36-3         --          70.353           0.078            --

Sample
number         Zn             Total

2-3          63.907          100.491
3-4          62.565          100.305
4-1          64.162          100.054
4-2          64.234          99.999
5-3          62.291          99.984
5-2          59.236          100.356
6-3          64.645          101.139
1-2          61.894          100.454
7-4          60.844          98.625
8-4-1        60.154          100.612
8-4          63.290          101.079
11-4         63.570          100.576
11-3         61.554          101.248
28-1                         98.591
33-1         62.878          100.700
35-1         62.991          99.493
15-2         57.734          100.727
34-3         61.905          99.380
2-2           0.026          99.602
3-1            --            98.832
3-2            --            98.499
3-3            --            99.532
5-1            --            98.729
5-3            --            97.721
5-2            --            99.667
1-1            --            99.287
1-3           0.020          99.768
7-3           0.009          99.646
7-4           0.030          99.109
18-2          0.471          99.793
18-3           --            99.508
24-1          0.012          98.996
28-1          0.031          100.504
32-2           --            99.465
15-4           --            99.880
5-1           0.019          99.810
8-3            --            100.153
10-3          0.027          100.046
10-4          0.035          99.538
11-3          0.048          98.765
21-1          0.006          99.777
31-1          0.013          100.324
3-4           0.327          100.231
5-1           0.027          99.697
5-3            --            99.243
10-4          0.023          100.740
31-1          0.024          101.217
14-2          0.025          99.414
7-2           0.043          100.201
7-4           0.065          98.542
8-4           0.083          99.691
18-2          0.048          99.787
18-3          0.039          99.170
22-1          0.112          98.959
31            0.011          99.365
32-1          0.076          100.005
22-1          3.342          100.080
32-1          3.366          100.986
1-3           2.566          99.822
2-3           2.326          99.822
2-3           2.286          100.607
5-2           3.017          100.286
8-4           2.202          100.401
11-4          2.418          101.360
18-3          3.435          101.467
18-3          3.425          101.709
21-1          2.755          100.424
24-1           --            101.966
28-1          1.997          100.751
13-1          2.289          101.457
14-2          1.949          101.534
15-4          2.365          99.872
2-1           0.007          98.454
2-3           3.535          102.014
3-1            --            96.645
3-2           0.018          98.129
4-1            --            97.382
4-2           0.013          99.528
6-3-1          --            98.822
6-3            --            99.448
7-2            --            100.745
7-3           0.024          100.748
7-4           0.034          98.372
8-4           0.032          99.066
23-1          0.027          101.742
33-1          0.031          99.095
13-1          0.103          99.614
13-5          0.032          99.285
8-2           0.051          99.393
8-3           0.050          99.218
8-1-1          --            97.336
8-1           0.001          98.914
10-3          0.042          99.937
10-4           --            100.160
11-4          0.006          99.592
11-3          0.049          99.648
35-3          0.076          100.690
13-1          0.004          99.507
13-5           --            99.288
3-1           0.046          100.262
5-2           0.116          97.852
1-1           0.066          99.740
1-3           0.014          99.071
18-2          0.003          98.986
18-2-1        0.599          100.903
21-1          0.003          99.945
22-1          0.062          99.651
23-1          0.111          100.386
23-1-1        0.039          99.748
24-1          0.006          99.800
27-1          0.048          100.476
27-1-1        0.029          100.982
27            0.038          100.011
28-1          0.028          100.139
32-1           --            99.850
32-2          0.024          100.552
15-4           --            100.106
36-4          0.034          99.991
36-4-1         --            99.698
36-3          0.026          99.709
36-3           --            99.892

Note: the elemental content unit is %. Sp = sphalerite;
Gn = galena; Py = pyrite; Apy = arsenopyrite; Cep = chalcopyrite;
Ttr = tetrahedrite; Fbt = freibergite; Blr = boulangerite;
Jmt = Jamesonite; Bnn = bournonite; Stb = stibnite.

Table 2: Microthermometric results of fluid inclusions from
minerals in the Keyue deposit.

                            Genetic        [T.sub.h,total]
Sample number    Mineral      type           ([degrees]C)

D41-1-2            Sp2       Primary     220.3~261.6 (n = 30)
ZK3603-H8-1        Sp2       Primary     216.5~254.3 (n = 30)
D41-1-1            Sp2       Primary     213.5~277.2 (n = 25)
ZK805-H10-1        Sp2       Primary     172.9~241.5 (n = 27)
Average                                    233.66 (n = 112)
ZK3603-397         Qtz3      Primary     188.7~245.9 (n = 17)
D41-7-1            Qtz3      Primary     183.5~271.7 (n = 30)
ZK4801-108-1       Qtz3      Primary     175.0~302.7 (n = 38)
Average                                     229.13 (n = 85)
D41-1-2            Qtz4      primary     175.0~270.6 (n = 15)
D41-4-2            Qtz4      primary     205.0~250.0 (n = 29)
D41-1-1            Qtz4      primary     190.0~283.4 (n = 14)
ZK805-H10-1        Qtz4      primary     188.7~321.0 (n = 17)
D39-4-2            Qtz4      primary     142.1~232.3 (n = 19)
D41-3-2            Qtz4      primary     172.6~252.0 (n = 14)
Average                                    220.95 (n = 108)

                     [T.sub.m,ice]
Sample number         ([degrees]C)           Salinity (wt%)

D41-1-2            -9.4~-5.6 (n = 27)      8.7~13.3 (n = 27)
ZK3603-H8-1       -11.0~-4.7 (n = 21)      7.4~15.0 (n = 21)
D41-1-1           -5.2~-13.1 (n = 22)      8.1~17.0 (n = 22)
ZK805-H10-1       -12.7~-5.8 (n = 26)      8.9~16.6 (n = 26)
Average              -7.4 (n = 96)           10.97 (n = 96)
ZK3603-397         -6.7~-2.0 (n = 12)      3.4~10.1 (n = 12)
D41-7-1           -11.5~-1.9 (n = 25)      3.2~15.5 (n = 25)
ZK4801-108-1       -7.7~-4.1 (n = 34)      6.6~11.3 (n = 34)
Average              -5.8 (n = 71)           8.88 (n = 71)
D41-1-2            -6.9~-5.1 (n = 11)      8.0~10.1 (n = 11)
D41-4-2           -14.2~-2.0 (n = 22)      3.4~17.96 (n = 22)
D41-1-1            -7.5~-3.7 (n = 11)      6.0~11.1 (n = 11)
ZK805-H10-1        -8.9~-4.5 (n = 16)      7.2~12.7 (n = 16)
D39-4-2            -9.7~-3.2 (n = 17)      5.3~13.6 (n = 17)
D41-3-2            -5.8~-1.6 (n = 11)       2.7~8.9 (n = 11)
Average              -5.7 (n = 88)           8.69 (n = 88)

Sample number     Density (g/[cm.sup.3])

D41-1-2             0.86~0.92 (n = 27)
ZK3603-H8-1         0.86~0.93 (n = 21)
D41-1-1             0.86~0.96 (n = 22)
ZK805-H10-1         0.90~0.98 (n = 26)
Average               0.91 (n = 96)
ZK3603-397         0.895~0.94 (n = 12)
D41-7-1             0.84~1.02 (n = 25)
ZK4801-108-1        0.79~0.96 (n = 34)
Average               0.90 (n = 71)
D41-1-2             0.84~0.94 (n = 11)
D41-4-2             0.84~0.98 (n = 22)
D41-1-1             0.81~0.94 (n = 11)
ZK805-H10-1         0.78~0.95 (n = 16)
D39-4-2             0.90~1.02 (n = 17)
D41-3-2             0.82~0.93 (n = 11)
Average               0.91 (n = 88)

Note: Sp2 = stage 2 sphalerite; Qtz3 = stage 3 quartz;
Qtz4 = stage 4 quartz.

Table 3: The H-O isotopic data for minerals from the Keyue deposit.

                                    [delta]          [delta][sup.18]
                                 [D.sub.V-SMOW]       [D.sub.V-SMOW]
Sample number      Mineral      ([per thousand])     ([per thousand])

ZK003-43             Cal3             -128                  --
ZK003-43             Cal3             -120                  --
D39-2                Qtz3             -157                 15.7
D40-1                Qtz3             -125                 21.1
D40-1-1              Qtz3             -135                 20.4
D40-1-2              Qtz3             -153                 20.7
D41-8                Qtz3             -155                 16.3
ZK3603H3             Qtz3             -174                 16.7
D41-4                Qtz3             -151                 15.3
D41-3                Qtz4             -161                 15.5
D39-4                Qtz4             -165                 15.6
D39-4                Qtz4             -164                 14.5
4600-50              Qtz5              --                  12.6
4600-50              Qtz5              --                  14.3

                   [delta][sup.18]
                     [O.sub.H2O]        [T.sub.h,totol]
Sample number      ([per thousand])       ([degrees]C)

ZK003-43                  --                   --
ZK003-43                  --                   --
D39-2                    2.86                183.1
D40-1                   11.34                233.65
D40-1-1                 10.63                233.65
D40-1-2                 10.94                233.65
D41-8                    6.54                233.65
ZK3603H3                 6.94                233.65
D41-4                    5.21                227.4
D41-3                    2.59                182.1
D39-4                    2.69                182.1
D39-4                    1.59                182.1
4600-50                   --                   --
4600-50                   --                   --

Sample number                     Description

ZK003-43                  Stage 3 sphalerite-calcite.
ZK003-43                  Stage 3 sphalerite-calcite.
D39-2               Stage 3 quartz-sphalerite-pyrite vein.
D40-1                     Stage 3 quartz-sphalerite.
D40-1-1                   Stage 3 quartz-sphalerite.
D40-1-2                   Stage 3 quartz-sphalerite.
D41-8               Stage 3 galena occurs in quartz druse.
ZK3603H3                   Stage 3 quartz-sphalerite
D41-4               Stage 3 quartz-sphalerite-galena vein.
D41-3                  Stage 4 quartz-boulangerite vein.
D39-4                  Stage 4 quartz-boulangerite vein.
D39-4                  Stage 4 quartz-boulangerite vein.
4600-50                  Stage 5 quartz-stibnite vein.
4600-50                  Stage 5 quartz-stibnite vein

Note: Cal3 = stage 3 calcite; Qtz3 = stage 3 quartz;
Qtz4 = stage 4 quartz; Qtz5 = stage 5 quartz.

Table 4: The S isotopic data for sulfides from the Keyue deposit.

                              [delta][sup.34]
                                 [S.sub.CDT]
Sample number      Mineral     [per thousand]

D41-2-4              Sp2            10.6
                     Gn2             8.4

ZK805-H8             Sp2             9.4
                     Gn2             7.4

Zk1604-H25           Gn2             5.4
                     Sp2            10.2
                     Blr4            6.6

D41-3-1              Sp2            11.2
                     Blr4            9.9

D39-4-2              Sp2            11.2
                     Blr4            7.4

D40-2                Sp3            11.2
                     Gn3             7.4

D39-5-2              Gn3             4.9
                     Ccp3            6.4

D40-1-2              Sp3             7.1

D41-5                Sp3             9.6
                     Ccp3            7.0

ZK003-433-1          Sp3             9.9

D41-8                Py3             6.6

D41-7-1 (3)          Py3             5.0

KY-1-1               Stb5            8.2

Sample number               Description

D41-2-4             Stage 2 massive sphalerite-
                        galena-chalcopyrite.

ZK805-H8            Stage 2 massive sphalerite-
                        galena-chalcopyrite.

Zk1604-H25          Stage 2 massive sphalerite-
                    galena-Mn-Fe carbonate cut
                         by stage 4 quartz-
                         boulangerite vein.

D41-3-1             Stage 2 massive sphalerite
                       cut by stage 4 quartz-
                         boulangerite vein.

D39-4-2             Stage 2 massive sphalerite
                       cut by stage 4 quartz-
                         boulangerite vein.

D40-2               Stage 3 massive sphalerite-
                    galena-chalcopyrite-galena;
                     there are minor amounts of
                       Mn-Fe carbonate left.

D39-5-2             Stage 3 massive sphalerite-
                     galena-chalcopyrite cross-
                        cut by quartz veins.

D40-1-2              Stage 3 quartz-sphalerite.

D41-5                 Stage 3 massive quartz-
                    sphalerite-chalcopyrite cut
                         by stage 4 quartz-
                         boulangerite vein.

ZK003-433-1          Stage 3 sphalerite-calcite

D41-8                Stage 3 pyrite occurs in
                      quartz; there are minor
                    amounts of Mn-Fe carbonate
                               left.

D41-7-1 (3)            Stage 3 quartz-pyrite-
                        galena vein cut the
                          Mn-Fe carbonate.

KY-1-1                Stage 5 radial stibnite
                     occurs in stage 5 quartz.

Note: Sp2 = stage 2 sphalerite; Gn2 = stage 2 galena; Sp3 = stage
3 sphalerite; Gn3 = stage 3 galena; Ccp3 = stage 3 chalcopyrite;
Py3 = stage 3 pyrite; Blr4 = stage 4 boulangerite;
Stb5 = stage 5 stibnite.

Table 5: The Pb isotopic data for sulfides from the Keyue deposit.

Sample               [sup.206]Pb/                 [sup.207]Pb/
number    Mineral     [sup.204]Pb     2[sigma]     [sup.204]Pb

KY-1        Gn3         19.714         0.002         15.849
KY-2        Gn3         19.722         0.003         15.865
KY-3        Gn3         19.709         0.003         15.862
KY-4        Gn3         19.765         0.002         15.831
KY-5        Gn3         19.726         0.002         15.874
KY-6        Blr4        19.780         0.004         15.939
KY-7        Blr4        19.771         0.003         15.896
KY-8        Stb5        18.530         0.003         15.674

                                                      [mu]
Sample                [sup.208]Pb/                ([sup.238]U/
number    2[sigma]     [sup.204]Pb    2[sigma]    [sup.204]Pb)

KY-1        0.004        40.247         0.004         9.84
KY-2        0.002        40.309         0.003         9.87
KY-3        0.002        40.362         0.005         9.86
KY-4        0.002        40.329         0.004         9.80
KY-5        0.002        40.395         0.005         9.88
KY-6        0.003        40.559         0.005         10.00
KY-7        0.003        40.423         0.005         9.92
KY-8        0.004        38.618         0.005         9.60

Figure 7: Ore paragenetic sequence within the Keyue
Sb-Pb-Zn-Ag deposit.

Stage

Mineral             Stage 1    Stage 2    Stage 3    Stage 4

Mn-Fe carbonate       ***        ***
Sphalerite             **        ***         **
Galena                 *         ***         **
Pyrite
Arsenopyrite           **         **         *
Chalcopyrite           *          **        ***
Quartz                                      ***        ***
Calcite                                      *
Sericite                                     *
Boulangerite                                           ***
Jamesonite                                             ***
Bournonite                                              **
Freibergite                                             **
Andorite                                                **
Tetrahedrite                                            **
Stibnite
Cinnabar
Ferrohydrite
Sardinianite
Valentinite
Malachite
Geyserite

Stage
                                          Supergene
Mineral             Stage 5    Stage 6       stage

Mn-Fe carbonate
Sphalerite
Galena
Pyrite
Arsenopyrite
Chalcopyrite
Quartz                ***        ***
Calcite                           **
Sericite               *
Boulangerite
Jamesonite
Bournonite
Freibergite
Andorite
Tetrahedrite
Stibnite              ***
Cinnabar               **
Ferrohydrite                                  **
Sardinianite                                  **
Valentinite                                   **
Malachite                                     **
Geyserite                                     **

Notes:

*** Abundant

** Intermediate

* Minor
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