The felsic granites of far north Queensland
North Queensland has been the site of widespread and voluminous recurrent felsic magmatism, with granite emplacement occurring in the Middle Proterozoic, in the Silurian and Devonian, and in the Carboniferous and Permian. In the Georgetown and Dargalong lnliers, the Proterozoic S-type Forsayth and Esmeralda Supersuites (FSS and ESS, respectively) outcrop over 1300 km2 and comprise potassic, Lll...E-, Th- and U-enriched granites. The geochemical variation in the FSS appears to have been...[Show more]
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