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geology of portions of the Kimberley division

Torrington Blatchford

geology of portions of the Kimberley division

with special reference to the Fitzroy basin and the possibilities of the occurrence of mineral oil

by Torrington Blatchford

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Published by By authority: F.W. Simpson, government printer in Perth .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Western Australia.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- Western Australia.,
    • Petroleum -- Western Australia.

    • Edition Notes

      Issued under the authority of the Hon. M. F. Troy, minister for mines.

      Statementby T. Blatchford. With eight maps and fifty figures.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE348 .A2 no. 93
      The Physical Object
      Pagination56 p.
      Number of Pages56
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL252809M
      LC Control Numbergs 27000324
      OCLC/WorldCa5071207

      The Kimberley region's major gateway is the outback beach town of Broome, famous for its kilometre (mile) long Cable Beach, and the daily camel trains that trail along it at sunset. You can fly direct to Broome – on the western edge of the Kimberley – from Perth year round. It occupies roughly the same area as the Kimberley region of the state. Location. Schedule 1 of the Act, as with all other preceding Acts which defined the Kimberley Land Division, defines the Division as "all that portion of the State lying to the North of the parallel of 19° 30' South latitude.".

      Observations on stratigraphy and palaeontology of Devonian western portion of Kimberley Division, Western Australia. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics Report 2; . The geology of the Nerrima Dome, Kimberley Division, Western Australia: / Mineral deposits of the Palm Beach area, south-east Queensland: / The bauxite resources of Tasmania: / Micropalaeontological report on samples from bores in the Moorlands Coalfield, South Australia: / Report on a sample of diatomite from.

      {{Citation | title=Geological map Kimberley Basin, Western Australia [cartographic material]: in combination with West Kimberley Region / compiled and issued by the Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics in conjunction with the Geological Survey W.A | author1=Australia. Division of the section into the various stages was based mainly on the foraminifera. The maximum known thickness of the Tertiary sediments is 3»feet_ (Holland's Landing Bore), but the results of the regional gravity survey suggest that they may attain a greater thickness in the south-western portions of East Gippsland.


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Geology of portions of the Kimberley division by Torrington Blatchford Download PDF EPUB FB2

The geology of portions of the Kimberley Division, with special reference to the Fitzroy Basin and the possibilities of the occurrence of mineral oil Author: Blatchford, T Publication date: 01 January The geology of the Kimberley division, Western Australia and of an adjacent area of the Northern Territory / John E.

Harms. Author. Harms, John E. Published. Physical Description. 1 v. (various foliations), [3] folded sheets: ill., maps ; 39 cm. Subjects. Geology -- Western Australia -- Kimberley. Geology -- Northern Territory. Notes. BLATCHFORD, T., - The geology of portions of the Kimberley Division with special reference to the Fitzroy Basin and the possibilities of the occurrence of mineral oil.

Geol. Surv. Aust. Bull. Non-series books and articles. Non-series books; Extended abstracts; Annual Review articles; All articles; Geological map series.

geology; geology; geology; hydrogeology; regional geology; State maps and statewide datasets; Geological maps at other scales; Environmental geology; Regolith. The geology of portions of the Kimberley Division, with special reference to the Fitzroy Basin and the possibilities of the occurrence of mineral oil.

By: Blatchford, T. Format: PDF online (free) Publication date: 01 January Type: Bulletin 93 Read More >>. The main part of the Kimberley, known as the Kimberley Plateau comprises of generally flat lying sedimentary rocks.

These sandstones and quartzites were deposited about million years ago by major river systems that flowed from north to south across the whole region. Figure 2 Paleoproterozoic geology of the Kimberley region. The inset shows the locations of the North Australian Craton (NAC) and the Kimberley Craton (KC) (from Griffin et al., ).on which the geology was plotted directly., Sections were measured by Abney traverses or, wher e dips were too steep, by pace and compass method.

As no megafossils were seen, random samples were taken throughout the section for examination for microfossilso Location The area investigated lies between latitude 26°U5T and.

geological reconnaissance of south-western portion of northern territory by g. joklik issued under the authority of senator the hon. w.h. spooner. minister for national development department of national development bureau of mineral resources.

geology and geophysics. The only gangue mineral in the section is quartz, which occurs as a recrystallised mass of of evenly-sized grains which measure mm. across, and have a mosaic texture. The section is cut by veins of coarse-grained quartz, the grain size of which ranges from to mm.

Geology & landforms of the Kimberley (Bush books) [I. M Tyler] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : I. M Tyler. Bibliography of the geology of Western Australia by A. Maitland Microfiche (1) 2. I: The state of mining in the Kimberley district II: The probability of obtaining artesian water between the Pilbara Goldfields and the Great Desert by R.

Smith Microfiche (1) 3. The geology of the Coolgardie Goldfield by T. Blatchford Microfiche (2) 4. KIMBERLEY PROCESS CERTIFICATION SCHEME PREAMBLE PARTICIPANTS, RECOGNISING that the trade in conflict diamonds is a matter of serious international concern, which can be directly linked to the fuelling of armed conflict, the activities of rebel movements aimed at undermining or overthrowing legitimate governments.

Blatchford (), The Geology of Portions of the Kimberley Division with Special reference to the Fitzroy Basin and Possibilities of the Occurrence of Mineral Oil. West Austr. Geol. Surv. Bull. Chapman (), Australian by: 7. The upper portion of the pit was dug by hand in the s that’s where the photo in the top right was taken.

Kimberlite most commonly form pipe shaped intrusives often fairly small in diameter but they may also form dykes or even beds of volcanic plastics surrounding the intruded pipes. Observations on the Stratigraphy and Palaeontology of Devonian, Western Portion of Kimberley Division, Western Australia.—C.

Teichert, 3. Preliminary Report on Geology and Coal Reserves of Oaklands-Coorabin Coalfield, New South Waies.—E. Sturmfels, 4. Geology of the Nerrima Dome, Kimberley Division, Western Australia.—D. WHITTLE, A.W.G.

- The geology of the eastern portion of the Hundred of Onkaparinga. BARNES, T.A. - The geology and hydrology of portion of Co. Sturt.* PARKIN, L.W. – 1. Exploration of the Moorlands Brown Coalfield, northwestern area. HARMS, J.E. - The geology of the Kimberley Division, Western Australia, and of an.

At the time of the ground inspection the flows were still quite hot, and the survey of the south-east portion of the crater is only an approximation, as it was not possible to walk around it. The crater, about feet long and feet wide, was flanked on all but the western sides by cliffs feet high.

The Geology of Portions of the Kimberley Division, with Special Reference to the Fitzroy Basin and the Possibilities of the Occurrence of Mineral Oil by T. Blatchford (p. ) Review by: C. Research Data Australia is the data discovery service of the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC).

The ARDC is supported by the Australian Government through the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy g: Kimberley division.

2. Observations on the Stratigraphy and Palaeontology of Devonian, Western Portion of Kimberley Division, Western Australia — Curt Teichert, 3. Preliminary Report on Geology and Coal Resources of Oaklands — Coorabin Coalfield, New South Wales — E.

K. Sturmfels, 4.Kimberley is the capital and largest city of the Northern Cape Province of South is located approximately km east of the confluence of the Vaal and Orange city has considerable historical significance due to its diamond mining past and the siege during the Second Boer h businessmen Cecil Rhodes and Barney Barnato made their fortunes in Kimberley, and Rhodes Country: South Africa.Property and Survey Branch.

and Freney Kimberley Oil Company. and Waterford, L. M. Geological map of part of the West Kimberley Division, Western Australia [cartographic material] / prepared on behalf of the Freney Kimberley Oil Co. by Arthur Wade ; topography by L.M. Waterford ; compiled and drawn by the Property & Survey Branch, Dept.

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