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(A) Mantle convection-driven dynamic topography of <b>eastern</b> <b>Australia</b> and su...
Published: 01 March 2018
Figure 12. (A) Mantle convection-driven dynamic topography of eastern Australia and surrounding regions for 120, 100, and 80 Ma after Müller et al. (2016a) , in a mantle reference frame. Blue colors denote dynamic topographic lows, whereas red colors outline elevated dynamic topography. White
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Compositional variations of corundum megacrysts from <b>eastern</b> <b>Australia</b> in t...
Published: 01 December 2017
Fig. 10. Compositional variations of corundum megacrysts from eastern Australia in the FeO−Cr 2 O 3 −MgO−V 2 O 3 vs . FeO+TiO 2 +Ga 2 O 3 (in wt.%) classification diagram ( Giuliani et al ., 2014 ). Pink squares represent ruby samples and the pink diamond represents a pink sapphire.
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U-Pb and ɛ Hf(t)  data from: Tasmanides of <b>eastern</b> <b>Australia</b> (A); Paterson ...
in > Geology
Published: 19 May 2017
Figure 2. U-Pb and ɛ Hf(t) data from: Tasmanides of eastern Australia (A); Paterson orogen and Western Australian basins (B); Terra Australis margin of Antarctica (C); and Lhasa terrane of Tibet (D). Round markers are detrital zircon; diamond markers are magmatic zircon. Orange diamonds in B
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Map of <b>eastern</b> <b>Australia</b> showing onshore (central volcanoes and lava fields...
in > Geosphere
Published: 01 April 2017
Figure 1. Map of eastern Australia showing onshore (central volcanoes and lava fields) and offshore (Tasmantid seamounts, Lord Howe Rise, and Lord Howe Seamount Chain) volcanic provinces. Red boundaries indicate apparent 25 Ma kink ( Knesel et al., 2008 ), and blue boundaries represent apparent
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Simplified map of <b>eastern</b> <b>Australia</b> displaying the likely source areas and ...
Published: 01 September 2016
Figure 6. Simplified map of eastern Australia displaying the likely source areas and drainage patterns for Mackunda and Winton Formation strata in the Eromanga Basin. Rose diagrams to the right of the map indicate the paleocurrent orientations of trough cross-stratification in fluvial sandstones
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The Tasmanides of <b>eastern</b> <b>Australia</b> with sample localities referred to in t...
Published: 14 July 2016
Fig. 6. The Tasmanides of eastern Australia with sample localities referred to in text. (A) Regional map showing subdivision into different orogens (red font) and internal Permian–Triassic Bowen, Gunnedah, and Sydney foreland basins and supra-subduction zone elements from the Cambrian ssz1
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Tasmanides of <b>eastern</b> <b>Australia</b>. (A) Map superimposed on regional TMI image...
Published: 14 July 2016
Fig. 7. Tasmanides of eastern Australia. (A) Map superimposed on regional TMI image. Bowen, Gunnedah, and Sydney basins are foreland basins to the New England Orogen, and most of the Thomson Orogen is overlain by the Mesozoic Eromanga Basin. Shown are internal subdivisions into orogens
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Call signs of the closest high-power VLF transmitters in <b>Eastern</b> <b>Australia</b>....
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Published: 30 October 2015
Figure 1. Call signs of the closest high-power VLF transmitters in Eastern Australia. Great circle paths from these transmitters to test site 1, near Heathcote, Victoria, are shown. The NWC transmitter in Western Australia lies on the same great circle path as the more distant VTX transmitter
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A: The Macquarie Arc exposed in <b>eastern</b> <b>Australia</b> with porphyry and epither...
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Published: 01 September 2015
Figure 1. A: The Macquarie Arc exposed in eastern Australia with porphyry and epithermal mineralization and the Lachlan Transverse Zone (LTZ; modified from Glen et al., 2007 ). B: Geological map and northwest-southeast long section through the Cadia Valley and location of studied section lines
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<b>Eastern</b> <b>Australia</b>, showing locations of the Lava Plains, Central Queensland...
Published: 01 June 2015
F ig . 1. Eastern Australia, showing locations of the Lava Plains, Central Queensland and New England, New South Wales, gem fields, other sapphire deposits and Cenozoic basalt fields.
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General reconstruction of Zealandia, <b>eastern</b> <b>Australia</b>, East Antarctica and...
Published: 21 November 2012
Figure 6. General reconstruction of Zealandia, eastern Australia, East Antarctica and West Antarctica in Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous time, obtained by reassembly of major subcontinental fragments as rigid blocks only (after Gaina et al . 1998 and Eagles, Gohl
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Taxonomic coverage of the <b>eastern</b> <b>Australia</b> dataset analyzed here.
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Published: 01 September 2012
TABLE 1— Taxonomic coverage of the eastern Australia dataset analyzed here.
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A. The major Sn provinces of the Tasman fold belt system, <b>eastern</b> <b>Australia</b>...
Published: 01 March 2011
Fig. 1 A. The major Sn provinces of the Tasman fold belt system, eastern Australia. 1 = northeast Tasmania, 2 = western Tasmania. 3 = Wagga Sn belt, 4 = New England, 5 = North Queensland. B. The Wagga Sn belt of the central Lachlan fold belt.
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Plot of best-fit late Holocene sea-level curve for <b>eastern</b> <b>Australia</b> (after...
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Published: 01 February 2010
Figure 3. Plot of best-fit late Holocene sea-level curve for eastern Australia (after Larcombe et al., 1995 ) superimposed on sea-level regression plot of Chappell (1983) , with depth-age points for calibrated radiocarbon dated samples from Dunk Island (Table DR1; see footnote 1 ). Core codes
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A)  Location map of the Permian basins in <b>eastern</b> <b>Australia</b>; A–B is approxi...
Published: 01 March 2009
Figure 1 A) Location map of the Permian basins in eastern Australia; A–B is approximate location of section in Figure 3 . B) Paleogeographic reconstruction of the location of Australia during the late Paleozoic illustrating the interpreted major current systems, seasonal wind directions
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Permian stratigraphic columns for selected areas of <b>eastern</b> <b>Australia</b> modif...
Published: 01 March 2009
Figure 2 Permian stratigraphic columns for selected areas of eastern Australia modified from Fielding et al. (2008a) . Units discussed in text are shaded.
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Palaeogeographical maps of <b>eastern</b> <b>Australia</b> to show the interpreted extent...
Published: 01 January 2008
Fig. 3.  Palaeogeographical maps of eastern Australia to show the interpreted extent of glacial ice in ( a ) the Pennsylvanian, ( b ) the Early Permian, and ( c ) the Middle Permian. Location of field areas is also shown in an inset map.
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Geophysical and geological features of central and <b>eastern</b> <b>Australia</b> relate...
Published: 01 January 2007
Fig. 2.  Geophysical and geological features of central and eastern Australia related to the eastern Neoproterozoic to Early Palaeozoic margin of east Gondwana. The Tasman Line is exposed in northeastern Australia, east of the Broken Hill Block and in southeastern South Australia, and divides
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Locality and geological map of <b>eastern</b> <b>Australia</b> (modified after  Palfreyma...
Published: 01 January 2005
Figure 9. Locality and geological map of eastern Australia (modified after Palfreyman 1984 ) showing: (a) main crystalline terranes and grey inset delineating the southeastern Australia study area. Sedimentary cover, shown in white, was largely excluded from this study. Map (b) shows apatite
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F ig . 1. Map of <b>eastern</b> <b>Australia</b> showing the major alluvial diamond occur...
Published: 01 January 2002
F ig . 1. Map of eastern Australia showing the major alluvial diamond occurrences (modified from Veevers et al., 1994 ). The Tasman Line separates Precambrian basement in the west from Paleozoic and Mesozoic basement in the east.