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Published by Geological Survey of Western Australia in Perth .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Geology - Western Australia - Lissadell

Book details:

Edition Notes

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SeriesWestern Australia. Geological Survey. Explanatory notes
The Physical Object
Pagination68 p. + 1 plate
Number of Pages68
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22064343M

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A.M. Thorne's 48 research works with citations and 9, reads, including: Geological Survey of Western Australia A NEW MESOPROTEROZOIC MAFIC INTRUSIVE EVENT IN . , Geology of the Ashburton Basin, Western Australia / by A.M. Thorne and D.B. Seymour Geological Survey of Western Australia Perth, W.A Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Published 8 by the Geological Survey of Western Australia This Record is published in digital f ormat (PDF) and is available online at.   lournal of Structural Geology. Vol. No. 5/6. pp. to al/90 $+ Printed in Great Britain Pergamon Press pie The northern margin of the Capricorn Orogen, Western Australian an example of an Early Proterozoic collision zone I. M. TYLER and A. M. THORNE Geological Survey of Western Australia, Mineral House, Plain Street, East Perth, WA

, Wyloo, Western Australia / by D.B. Seymour, A.M. Thorne, and D.F. Blight [Geological Survey of Western Australia] Perth, W.A Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Thorne A.M. and T yler I.M Sheppard, S. and T yler, I.M., , Lissadell, Western Australia (2nd Reversal of structural offsets affecting AK1 reveals a geometry which closely resembles.   The Hart Dolerite is the intrusive component of the Hart–Carson Large Igneous Province, which extends over an area of >, km 2 in the Speewah and Kimberley Basins in the western part of the North Australian Craton. In the core of the Speewah Dome, a ca. m thick composite sill of Hart Dolerite intruded metasedimentary rocks of the Speewah Group, which have a maximum depositional . The renowned PM Collection features over 1, accurately levelled fiction and nonfiction titles from levels 1–30, ensuring enjoyment and literacy success for children. It offers a range of comprehensive resources appropriate for Shared Reading, Guided and Independent Reading, Reading Assessment, and .

, Geology of the Paraburdoo 1: sheet, Western Australia / by A.M. Thorne and I.M. Tyler Geological Survey of Western Australia Perth [W.A.] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.   The Turee Creek Group crops out in the hinges of large-scale folds along the southern part of the Hamersley Range in Western Australia ().Trendall () and Thorne and Tyler defined the clastic sedimentary rock succession of the c. km thick Turee Creek Group as comprising the lower Kungarra, middle Koolbye, and upper Kazput formations (). Thorne, A.M. Geology of the Ashburton Basin, Western Australia. Perth: Geology Survey of Western Australia, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A M Thorne; D B Seymour. Geological Survey of Western Australia. and Thorne, A. M. and Western Australia. Department of Minerals and Energy. Mount Bruce [cartographic material] / Geological Survey of Western Australia Australian/Harvard Citation. Geological Survey of Western Australia. & Thorne, A. M. & Western Australia. Department of Minerals and Energy.