Data for: Fossilised Geothermal Surface Features of the Whitianga Volcanic Centre (Miocene), Coromandel Volcanic Zone, New Zealand: Controls and Characteristics

Published: 25 June 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/fnc7pcn73v.1
Ayrton Hamilton, Diego Guido, Julie Rowland, Kathleen Campbell, Shaun Barker


Appendix 1 is the full suite of trace element concentrations within the 18 silicified deposits of the Miocene Whitianga Volcanic Centre, Coromandel Volcanic Zone, New Zealand. 75 different elements were analysed for at ALS Canada using the ‘Super Trace 4-acid’ procedure (4 acid digest) with Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS) method (ME-MS61L-REE) for 61 separate elements, including pathfinder, immobile and rare earth elements. ICP-AES was used to detect Au (Au-ICP21) and low temperature aqua regia with ICP-MS was used to determine Hg (Hg-MS42).



Natural Sciences, Economic Geology