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Significance of hornblende porphyry magmatism and tectonic transitions to continental rifting

Mesozoic igneous activity is principally concentrated in eastern Queensland within 2-300 km of the present-day coastline, and one key area is in SE Queensland (Maryborough to Brisbane). Compiled age data on igneous rocks in Queensland reinforce the lack of onshore Jurassic igneous activity until ~150 Ma when an apparent flare-up of igneous activity began and coincides with the onset of rifting and minor igneous activity related to the onset of break-up of Australia and Antarctica. Some of this late Jurassic …

Study level
Vacation research experience scheme
Faculty of Science
School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Research centre(s)
Centre for Materials Science

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