Geology Hemerdon Mine site on the world’s 4th largest resource of Tungsten which currently stands at 332 Mt. The Hemerdon deposit is centred upon a sub vertical, NNE – SSW striking, 100+ m wide Early Permian granite dyke hosted by Devonian metasedimentary and metavolcanics rocks. Mineralisation is overwhelmingly associated with moderately to steeply NW dipping […]
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