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A chemostratigraphic overview of the late Cryogenian interglacial sequence in the Adelaide Fold-Thrust Belt, South Australia
Within the Neoproterozoic sequence of the Adelaide Fold-Thrust Belt, South Australia, two of the most severe ice ages in Earth history (Sturtian and Marinoan) are recorded in the glacigenic rocksExpand
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Biogeographic impact of the Leeuwin Current in southern Australia since the late middle Eocene
Abstract The Leeuwin Current can be tracked from the western margin of the Australian continent to the southern margin by the record of fossilized organisms typical of warm-water marine environments.Expand
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The Elatina glaciation, late Cryogenian (Marinoan Epoch), South Australia: Sedimentary facies and palaeoenvironments
Abstract The late Cryogenian Elatina glaciation in South Australia, of Marinoan age, is named after the Elatina Formation of the glaciogenic Yerelina Subgroup, which covers ∼200,000 km2 in theExpand
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Relationship between Ratio of Pristane to Phytane, Crude Oil Composition and Geological Environment in Australia
ACYCLIC isoprenoid hydrocarbons have been identified in sediments1–4, coal5 and petroleum6–11. Although isoprenoid hydrocarbons up to C25 have been recognized11, pristane (C19) and phytane (C20) areExpand
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Early Organic Evolution: Implications for Mineral and Energy Resources
This volume presents both an overview and final synopsis of the work performed between 1978-1989 by an international task force of geologists, geochemists, and paleontologists rallied around theExpand
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The record and stratigraphie implications of organic-walled microfossils from the Ediacaran (terminal Proterozoic) of South Australia
Two assemblages of organic-walled microfossils have been recognized in drillcore samples from the late Proterozoic Rodda Beds in the eastern Officer Basin, South Australia. The fossils includeExpand
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Paleoredox status and thermal alteration of the lower Cambrian (Series 2) Emu Bay Shale Lagerstätte, South Australia
While exceptionally diverse fossil assemblages of non-biomineralised organisms (Lagerstätten) are rare, they are unusually common in marine sedimentary sequences of early and mid-Cambrian age. TheirExpand
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Oil generation by igneous intrusions in the northern Gunnedah Basin, Australia
Abstract The origin of extensive oil staining, recorded over a 120 m interval of the Jurassic Pilliga Sandstone in the fully-cored Bellata-1 well, northern Gunnedah Basin, has been investigated usingExpand
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Oceanic transport of fossil dammar resin: The chemistry of coastal resinites from South Australia
Abstract Fragments of resin and fossilised resin (resinites) occasionally wash ashore along the southern Australian coast. Chemical and isotopic analyses were carried out on a suite of coastal andExpand
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