Abstract

K-Ar and Rb-Sr age measurements on granitic rocks intrusive into two subdivisions of the Lower Proterozoic in the Northern Territory of Australia show well-grouped ages averaging 1440 and 1630 million years. The writers present reasons for their belief that these are close to the true values for the times marking the end of two disturbances which produced intracratonic basins of sedimentation.

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