Comparing Devonian volcanics of Tasmania and Victoria

Till Gallagher

Can the St Mary’s Porphyrite of North-eastern Tasmania be compared with Devonian volcanic cauldron complexes of the Lachlan Orogen in eastern Victoria? Both are hosted in Ordovician – Silurian turbidites. Can they be correlated on this basis? 🌋 🐣 🤔


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