Misztela, Monika; Campbell, Ian
Mount Hagen is a Mid-Pleistocene stratovolcano located in Papua-New Guinea Highlands. The tectonic setting of the volcano has been a matter of considerable debate, with its complexity leading to different conclusions regarding magma source and classification. Two key questions remain unanswered: (i) is this "arc-like" magma related to a subduction zone and therefore part of an arc system? and, (ii) can it be related to potential porphyry style economic mineralisation?
Occurrence of porphyry...[Show more]
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