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Type: Journal article
Title: A stratigraphic evaluation of Ettingshausen's New England Tertiary plant localities
Author: Pickett, J.W.
Smith, N.
Bishop, P.M.
Hill, R.S.
Macphail, M.K.
Holmes, W.B.K.
Citation: Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 1990; 37(3):293-303
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Issue Date: 1990
ISSN: 0812-0099
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J. W. Pickett, N. Smithb, P. M. Bishop, R. S. Hill, M. K. Macphail and W. B. K. Holmes
Abstract: Recent work on Australian Tertiary macrofloras has highlighted the importance of the writings of early workers such as Ettingshausen and Deane; placing their localities in a modern stratigraphic context is an important preliminary to further work. The setting of these localities in New England is examined, and age constraints obtained from palynological and isotope studies are used to provide controls on the stratigraphy. A correlation table of Tertiary volcanic stratigraphy in the most significant areas is provided.
Keywords: basalts; Elsmore; Emmaville; isotope ages; Newstead; plant macrofossils; Tertiary stratigraphy
Description: Published online: 09 May 2007
Rights: Copyright status unknown
RMID: 0030009316
DOI: 10.1080/08120099008727928
Appears in Collections:Ecology, Evolution and Landscape Science publications

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