The deformation characteristics of the Manaoke gold deposit in Northwest Sichuan is complex and research weak. This paper analysis the relationship of deformation characteristics and metallogenesises by regional geological survey and productive exploration. The deformation structural revealed the diagenesis suffered the contemporaneous deformation, after that suffered the compression of NE-SW direction, sinistral strike-slip and extensional collapse in turn, so the lithofacies transformation was obvious in the study area. Macroscopically, the orebodies are jointly controlled by nappe structures and translation structures, the deformation patterns formed by nappe controlled that output and distribution of gold orebodies, the deformation patterns by translation controlled that mineralization intensity of gold. Therefore, the gold mineralization mainly occurs in the stage of left strike-slip deformation, the metallogenic mechanism is that compressive deformation changes to strike-slip deformation, which results in the upward migration of ore-bearing hydrothermal fluid and large-scale gold precipitation. The micro-disseminated gold deposits in southern Qinling and Songpan-Garze are likely to be formed in the Early Yanshanian period（J1-2）during the transformation from compression deformation to strike-slip deformation.
Wang Liangguo Chen Long Zhang Hua Pu Gang Zhao Jun Chen Zhongcao Jiang Shangzhi. The relationship between deformation characteristics and metallogenesises of Manaoke gold deposit in western Qinling Mountains[J]. Chinese Journal of Geology, 2019, 54(4): 1383-1398.