Abstract

A one to three foot bed containing nodules of calcium phosphate exposed in a sea cliff on the south coast western Victoria, Australia, is described. The bed is Miocene age. The P 2 O 5 content of one nodule was found to be 15.08 per cent. The deposit is not considered to have economic importance at the present time."

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