Lushan-Pengshan region was a metamorphic core formed by tensional regimes in the early Indosinian orogeny. In the later period, it underwent repeatedly tectonic superimposition of extrusion and extension, leading to the formation of the today’s landscape. The extensional covering fault formed in Early Indosinian orogeny provided favourable space for ore migration and storage during Yanshanian ore-fluid acti vines in Lushan-Pengshan and other relevant areas, thus playing a controlling role in ore deposit formation and distribution.
Luo Qingkun,Liu Guosheng,Wang Biao et al. EVOLUTION OF TENSIONAL TECTONICS AND ITS CONTROLLING ROLE ON ORE-DEPOSIT FORMATION IN LUSHAN-PENGSHAN REGION[J]. Chinese Journal of Geology, 1995, (2): 117-129.