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North Queensland geology

North Queensland geology

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Published by Australian Geological Survey Organisation, Dept. of Primary Inductries and Energy, Geological Survey of Queensland, Dept. of Mines and Energy in Canberra, Brisbane .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • Queensland, Northern.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- Australia -- Queensland, Northern.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled and edited by J.H.C. Bain and J.J. Draper.
      SeriesQueensland geology ;, 9., AGSO bulletin,, 240, Bulletin (Australian Geological Survey Organisation) ;, 240.
      ContributionsBain, J. H. C., Draper, J. J., Australian Geological Survey Organisation., Geological Survey of Queensland., Queensland. Dept. of Mines and Energy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE340.A39 no.240
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 600 p., [64] p. :
      Number of Pages600
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3994488M
      ISBN 100642250065, 0642250057
      LC Control Number2001334387
      OCLC/WorldCa39290425

      The ore deposits of the Herberton Tinfield occur in four mappable zones of "district zoning" type. These are related to the Elizabeth Creek Granite, one of several Upper Paleozoic granites in the area, and its metamorphic aureole, which affects Paleozoic sedimentary and volcanic rocks. Deep in the heart of the Gulf Savannah region in Far North Queensland is a hidden outback oasis - Cobbold Gorge. This Savannah Guide Station is located on a working cattle property and features a unique, narrow gorge set amid rugged sandstone formations with spectacular metre cliffs that narrow to just two metres wide.

      , Geology of the Hodgkinson and Laura Basins, North Queensland / by F. de Keyser and K. G. Lucas Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics [Canberra] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. About this Item: Preferential Publications Pty Ltd, United States, Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. Queensland writer, John Moran, presents an updated edition of Jack Bushman's short stories, which hold a special place in the history of Queensland literature and, therefore, a unique place in English-language literature.

      Deep in the heart of the Gulf Savannah region in Far North Queensland is a hidden outback oasis - Cobbold Gorge. This Savannah Guide Station is located on a working cattle property and features a unique, narrow gorge set amid rugged sandstone formations with spectacular foot cliffs that narrow to just two metres wide. is one of the world's leading portals to geology and earth science news and information for rocks, minerals, gemstones, energy, volcanoes, earthquakes, careers, geologic hazards, and more.


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North Queensland geology Volume of Bulletin (Australian Geological Survey Organisation) North Queensland Geology, Geological Survey of Queensland, ISBNVolume of AGSO bulletin: Authors: Australian Geological Survey Organisation, Geological Survey of Queensland, Queensland.

Dept. of Mines and Energy:. The geology of Queensland is divided into three main structural divisions: the Proterozoic North Australian Craton in the north-west and north, the Paleozoic–Mesozoic Tasman Orogen (including the intracratonic Permian to Triassic Bowen and Galilee Basins) in the east, and overlapping Mesozoic rocks of the Great Australian Basin (Figure 1).

This digital dataset is a compilation of the best digital geological map data available in Septemberdrawn mostly from Department of Mines and Energy Queensland (DME) and AGSO published k, k, mil and mil scale geological maps, supplemented by Cainozoic geology from AGSO/(Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy) CYPLUS regolith landform.

North Queensland geology / compiled and edited by J.H.C. Bain and J.J. Draper Australian Geological Survey Organisation, Dept. of Primary Inductries and Energy ; Geological Survey of Queensland, Dept. of Mines and Energy Canberra: Brisbane The polygons in this series are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the area.

The lines are a digital representation of the position of the boundaries of geological units and other linear features such as faults, bedding trends, dykes, fold axial traces, jointing patterns and other unassigned lineaments.

North Queensland is still the site of large corporate gold mines, and an attractive place for fossickers and independent miners prospecting for gold. Gold prospectors today enjoy a considerable advantage compared to the pioneer prospectors. Modern infrastructure, transport, and gold prospecting technology and equipment makes prospecting for.

Most of our publications are free to download online. See the GSQ product and service catalogue (XLSX, KB) or our library catalogue for links. You can also access a range of industry and investment publications about our mineral and coal resources and petroleum and energy resources.

The Geology of Queensland book and map are available to purchase in hard. Queensland is the second largest state in Australia and covers over 22% of the total Australian continent an area of 1, square kilometres.

The coastline of mainland Queensland is 6, km in land has an extravagantly diverse landscape that is dominated by its extensive coastline which is home to more than 60% of its resident population.

Mineral deposits of northeast Queensland: geology and geochemistry Volume 52 of Egru Contribution Contributions of the Economic Geology Research Unit Mineral Deposits of Northeast Queensland: Geology and Geochemistry, Simon D.

Beams: Authors: Simon D. Beams, James Cook University of North Queensland. The classification scheme is applicable outside North Queensland and may be adapted to other types of vein deposits. It facilitates comparison between veins, is a useful indicator of the conditions of vein formation, and aids the discrimination of gold-bearing and gold-barren quartz.

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Details *. The depiction of the geology of Queensland is significantly different to the one that David initially compiled and set to the Geological Survey of Queensland for comment. The effort to compile the new geology of Queensland to be incorporated in Edgeworth David’s map was summarised by Chief Government Geologist Ball in the Annual Report.

From Uluru to the Great Dividing Range, from earthquakes to dinosaurs, from sapphires to the stars The Geology of Australia is a comprehensive exploration of the timeless forces that have shaped this continent.

About the Authors Robert Henderson is an Emeritus Professor at James Cook University, North Queensland. He joined the academic staff of. Queensland (locally / ˈ k w iː n z l æ n d / KWEENZ-land, abbreviated as Qld, officially the State of Queensland) is a state of is the second-largest and third-most populous Australian state.

It is a federated state and a parliamentary constitutional ed in the north-east of the country, it is bordered by the Northern Territory, South Australia and New South. OCLC Number: Notes: The field work was carried out in the period by combined geological parties of the Bureau of Mineral Resources and the Geological Survey of Queensland.

The Paleoproterozoic to Mesoproterozoic rocks of Queensland are considered to be part of the North Australian Craton. Together, the North Australian Craton, West Australian Craton and South Australian Craton underlie the western two-thirds of the Australian continent and are sutured by orogenic belts of largely Paleoproterozoic to Mesoproterozoic age (Paterson.

A view of the geology of the Northern Rivers of New England, New South Wales. Includes thoughts on the formation of the regions volcanoes (Mount Warning, Ebor and others), groundwater, the Clarence Moreton Basin, recent sedimentation, gas (including coal seam gas), mineralization in the eastern part of the southern New England Orogen and more.

Robert Henderson is an Emeritus Professor at James Cook University, North Queensland. He joined the academic staff of James Cook University in following a post-doctoral post as a Fulbright Fellow and Frank Knox Memorial Fellow at Harvard University, Massachusetts, and served as President of the Geological Society of Australia from to Reviews: 1.Burrett CF & Martin EL.

Geology and mineral resources of Tasmania. Geological Society of Australia Special Publication Day RW et al. Queensland geology: a companion volume to thescale geological map ().

Geological Survey of Queensland Publication Drexel JF et al. – The geology of South Australia. Robert Henderson is an Emeritus Professor at James Cook University, North Queensland. He joined the academic staff of James Cook University in following a post-doctoral post as a Fulbright Fellow and Frank Knox Memorial Fellow at Harvard University, Massachusetts, and served as President of the Geological Society of Australia from to .