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Quaternary molluscs of the western part of the Eucla Basin

N. H. Ludbrook

Quaternary molluscs of the western part of the Eucla Basin

by N. H. Ludbrook

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Published by Geological Survey of Western Australia in [Perth] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • Eucla Basin (W.A. and S. Aust.)
    • Subjects:
    • Mollusks, Fossil.,
    • Paleontology -- Quaternary.,
    • Paleontology -- Australia -- Eucla Basin (W.A. and S. Aust.)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby N.H. Ludbrook.
      SeriesBulletin / Geological Survey of Western Australia ;, 125, Bulletin (Geological Survey of Western Australia) ;, 125.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE348 .A2 no. 125, QE801 .A2 no. 125
      The Physical Object
      Pagination285 p. :
      Number of Pages285
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2811008M
      ISBN 100724474315
      LC Control Number83244520

        1. Introduction. Molluscs constitute one of the main components of modern freshwater communities, being found in a wide array of habitats, with different life history strategies and complex ecological interactions (Köhler et al., ).They are also among the dominant fossils recorded in continental Quaternary deposits (De Francesco, ), present in different types of depositional . Quaternary molluscs of the western part of the Eucla Basin. Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Western Australia. 1– Struthiolariidae, Tylospira, Pliocene, Australia.

        Renewed interest in uranium exploration, in Australia and China post, was directed largely towards drilling Cenozoic and Mesozoic sediments, including paleovalley sediments in South Australia and Western Australia (e.g., Callabonna Sub-basin, Eucla Basin, Gawler and Yilgarn cratons) and north China (e.g., Yili, Erlian, Ordos and Songliao.   In the eastern Eucla Basin the Khasta Formation reaches no higher than m above present sea level (Hou et al., a), whereas in the western part of the basin the Princess Royal Spongolite occurs at m near Lake Lefroy (Fig. 4; de Broekert and Sandiford, ), and at m at Cundeelee and Mulga Rock (Jones, ), requiring ~ m of.

      The Great Basin is bounded by the Colorado and Columbia Plateaus, the Sonoran Desert section of the Basin and Range Province, and the Sierra Nevada and Wasatch Range (Pig. 1). It is the largest part of the Basin and Range Province and includes most of Nevada and western Utah, with fringes extending into California, Oregon, and Idaho. , Hydrogeology and groundwater resources of the Perth region, Western Australia / by W.A. Davidson Geological Survey of Western Australia Perth, W.A Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.


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Quaternary molluscs of the western part of the Eucla Basin by N. H. Ludbrook Download PDF EPUB FB2

Home» Quaternary molluscs of the western part of the Eucla Basin. Quaternary molluscs of the western part of the Eucla Basin. Author: Ludbrook, NH. Publication date: 01 JuneQuaternary Maps BURNABBIE(K), EUCLA(K), MADURA(K), NOONAERA(K) Government Portal: GST statement.

A reference list of the marine Mollusca of New South Wales. Memoirs of the Australian Museum 1–; Ludbrook, N.H. Quaternary molluscs of the western part of the Eucla Basin.

Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Western Australia 1–; Wilson, B. Australian Marine Shells. Prosobranch Gastropods. Kallaroo, Western Family: Trochidae. South Australian Mollusca. Archaeogastropoda. Handbook of the Flora and Fauna of South Australia. Adelaide: South Australian Government Printer pp; Ludbrook, N.H.

Quaternary molluscs of the western part of the Eucla Basin. Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Western Australia 92, pl. 20, figs 5, 11; Wilson, B. Family: Trochidae. South Australian Mollusca. Archaeogastropoda.

Handbook of the Flora and Fauna of South Australia. Adelaide: South Australian Government Printer pp; Ludbrook, N.H. Quaternary molluscs of the western part of the Eucla Basin.

Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Western Australia ; Wilson, B. Australian Marine : Trochidae. Quaternary molluscs of the western part of the Eucla Basin. Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Western Australia 1–; Wells, F.E. Revision of the recent Australian Turridae referred to the genera Splendrillia and Austrodrillia.

Journal of the Malacological Society of Australasia 73–; Wilson, B. Australian Marine Family: Pseudomelatomidae. Quaternary molluscs of the western part of the Eucla Basin / by N.H. Ludbrook; Shells alive. / Neville Coleman; How to be a brat and still go to Heaven / written by Scott Ludbrook ; illustrated by Greg Walker; Traditional German folkstories from the Barossa Valley =.

Devonian reef complexes of the Canning basin, Western Australia, by Phillip E. Playford and David C. Lowry; Quaternary molluscs of the western part of the Eucla Basin / by N.H.

Ludbrook; CO2 storage assessment of the on-shore western Eucla Basin / by FROGTECH Pty Ltd; The geology of the Sylvania Inlier and the southeast Hamersley Basin / by I.M. and Quaternary. INTRODUCTION The Roe Calcarenite (Lowry ) is a thin (up to m thickbutusuallymuchless), bioclastic, sandy limestone, which mantles at shallow depth most of the Roe Plains along part of the southern, onshore Eucla Basin in Western Australia, between about Twilight Cove and Eucla (approximate longitudes °°E).

In book: The geology and mineral resources of Western Australia: GSWA Memoir 3, Publisher: Geological Survey of Western Australia, pp In the western Eucla Basin, a lateral facies. Home» Geology of the Western Australian part of the Eucla Basin.

Geology of the Western Australian part of the Eucla Basin. Author: Eucla Basin CommoditiesPermian, Precambrian, Quaternary, Tertiary Maps. BALLADONIA(K) BURNABBIE(K) CULVER(K) CUNDEELEE(K) EUCLA(K) FORREST(K) JUBILEE(K).

Ludbrook (), for exam- ple, assigned an Early Pleistocene age to the Roe Calcarenite of the Eucla Platform in southern Australia, based on the percentage of molluscs in the formation that belong to living species (Lyellian percentages) compared with the Early Pleistocene Red Crag in Suffolk (Beck et al., ).

from the western part of the Eucla Basin. Many organisms have never before been illustrated in a book on fossil shells. View. Show abstract. Quaternary molluscs of the western part of the. A reference list of the marine Mollusca of New South Wales.

Memoirs of the Australian Museum ; Ludbrook, N.H. Quaternary molluscs of the western part of the Eucla Basin. Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Western Australia ; Wilson, B. Australian Marine Shells. Prosobranch Gastropods. Kallaroo, Western Australia. A new species of Bothriembryon (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Bulimulidae) from the Pliocene Roe Calcarenite, Eucla Basin, Western Australia.

WA Museum Records and Supplements | Updated 3 years ago. ABSTRACT – Bothriembryon kremnobates sp. nov., a terrestrial snail, is described from the marine Roe Calcarenite of the southern Eucla Basin. This constitutes a first Pliocene record for the genus. For hard cover book price, Geology of the eastern part of the Nabberu Basin, Western Australia.

By: Bunting, JA. Format: PDF online (free) Publication date: 01 January Quaternary molluscs of the western part of the Eucla Basin. By: Ludbrook, NH. Format: PDF online (free). The Quaternary comprises a brief time in the Earth’s history, and apart from a few exceptions, molluscan assemblages recovered from exposures along the coast of Southwestern South America (Southern Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina) are essentially the same than those that inhabit the region today.

Abstract. Diastoma melanioides (Reeve ) is the sole survivor of a long lineage of gastropods in the genus Diastoma Deshayesfamily Diastomatidae, and is not well known in the literature.

This group was common in the Tethys Sea during the Tertiary and was most abundant during the Eocene. The living species is confined to shallow-water habitats in southern Australia. Further Mollusca from the late Eocene Pallinup Formation, Eucla Basin, Western Australia January Records of the Western Australian Museum Thomas A.

Darragh. False Bay Formation strata up to 10 m thick were deposited in a gulf of more restricted extent than present-day Spencer Gulf (Fig. Based on stratigraphic superposition, Hails et al. New Zealand Mollusca, William Collins Publishers Ltd, Auckland, New Zealand ISBN ; Ludbrook, N.H.

Quaternary molluscs of the western part of the Eucla Basin. Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Western Australia 1–. The western part of the southern Australian continental margin is a huge shelf that extends some km from Cape Leeuwin (° E) in the west to Coffin Bay (° E) in the east (Figs.Quaternary molluscs of the western part of the Eucla Basin.

Western Australia, Geological Survey Bulletin,The Late Neogene evolution of the Murray Basin. Quaternary Science Reviews, 30, – CrossRef Google Scholar. Report Book NoDepartment of Mines, South Australia.

6 pp. Google Scholar. Abstract. Quaternary molluskan faunas, specially the Holocene ones, are relatively abundant along the eastern coast of the Southern South American continent and have been studied with different scopes by Feruglio (, ), Aguirre and Whatley (), Forti-Esteves (), Martínez et al.

(, ), De Souza et al. () and Aguirre et al. () (and references therein).