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Geology of the lower Gordon River

Geology of the lower Gordon River

particularly the Devonian sequence

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Published by Dept. of Mines, Tasmania in Hobart] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • Gordon Valley.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- Australia -- Gordon Valley.,
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Devonian.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 23.

      Statementby R. D. Gee [and others.
      ContributionsGee, R. D.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE346 .G46
      The Physical Object
      Pagination23, [4] p.
      Number of Pages23
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5474429M
      LC Control Number73177713

      Stratigraphy. Extracted with minor revisions from AGS Information Circular This summary of the stratigraphic section of Arkansas is intended to be a companion document for the Geologic Map of Arkansas (, ). It offers a brief description of each of the units depicted on the state geologic . The story of the Columbia River Gorge is a tale of geologic events that occurred over the course of millions of years. With renowned geologists, delve into the science and history of this beautiful region where the Columbia River cuts along the Cascade Mountains.

      Collingwood River White Schist Lords Siltstone Unit/Gordon Group Stratigraphic Sections Sulphur Creek Pillow Lava and Folds Weld River Basin Karst and Fluvial Systems Cape Surville Dolerite Feeder Intruding Basement Lower Gordon River Levee — Flood basin System Lake Fiddler and Sulphide Pool Meromictic Lakes. Geologic Map of the New River Gorge Area, Fayette, Raleigh, and Summers Counties, West Virginia: K.J. Englund and others, , U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report OFA. Geomorphic History of the New-Kanawha River system: H.M. Fridley, , 12 p. Geomorphic development of the Teays Valley, Ohio River, and the New-Kanawha system.

      LLANO Llano Estacado, commonly known as the Staked Plains but perhaps more accurately interpreted as the "palisaded" plains in geological terms, is the southern extension of the High Plains of North America and lies south of the Canadian River in . The Gordon River rises below Mount Hobhouse in the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park draining the eastern slopes of the King William river flows generally south and to the west of the Gordon Range before flowing west through the Gordon Gap and spilling into Lake Gordon, an impounded reservoir created by damming the Gordon at the Gordon Dam.


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THE GEOLOGY OF THE LOWER GORDON RIVER-PARTICULARLY THE DEVONIAN SEQUENCE ABSTRACT A tobal minimum thickness of 3, feet of 8. Devonian succes­ sion is exposed in the lower reaches of the Gordon River in Tas­ mania.

Six litlhological Geology of the lower Gordon River book can be differentiated. The lowestFile Size: 5MB. Fig. Geology of the lower Gordon River. Fig. Location map of the Sorell Basin and its sub-basins: King Island, Sandy Cape and Strahan sub-basins. Fig. Regional multichannel seismic tracks, and drill sites off west Tasmanian margin, showing onshore.

where the lower Gordon River Group crops up to the surface. Between Mount Jukes and Mount Huxley the King River cuts through the same great axis on its westward course to the head.

of iacquarie Harbour. At a short distance west of the northern extren1ity of Mount Jukes the King River. vegetation in the lower Gordon River basin, Tasmania.

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3Department of Geology, University of Montreal, Montreal, Que. (Canada) INTRODUCTION The most comprehensive bibliography of stromatolite studies to date was compiled by S.M. Awramik, H.J. Hofmann, and M.E. Raaben, and published in the book Stromatolites (M.R.

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