Immobile element geochemistry of altered volcanics and exhalites at the Thalanga deposit, North Queensland

@inproceedings{Hermann1994ImmobileEG,
  title={Immobile element geochemistry of altered volcanics and exhalites at the Thalanga deposit, North Queensland},
  author={Wolfgang Ing Grad Hermann},
  year={1994}
}
Thalanga is a deformed and metamorphosed volcanic hosted massive sulphide deposit consisting of several thin, stratiform semi-connected lenses located at a sub-vertically dipping contact between rhyolite and dacite formations. Rocks composed of quartzmagnetite- barite and chlorite-tremolite-carbonate, which have previously been interpreted to be exhalites, exist in intimate stratabound association with sulphides, particularly in the western lenses. Rhyolites stratigraphically beneath the… CONTINUE READING