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Pan-African structural evolution of Paleoproterozoic basement gneiss and Cu-Co mineralized shear zones in the Domes Region of the Lufilian Belt, Mwombezhi Dome, Zambia
A B S T R A C TIn the Domes Region of the Lufillian Belt, world-class stratiform Cu (±Co,±Ni,±U,±Pb,±Zn) deposits areclosely associated with tectonized pre-existing basement unconformities, viz. the pre-Katanga-basementdécollement (KD). In the KD footwall on the Mwombezhi Dome, the Lumwana Mine exploits mineralizationwithin<60m thick, laterally-extensive shear zones beneath kilometer-scale thrust sheets of Paleoproterozoicgneiss and schist. New field data and structural analysis highlightdoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.9618212.v1 fatcat:5tv5ldpszzc7vapkbb6s2fsslm