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Vegetation and Climates in Southern Tasmania since the Last Glaciation
Enclosed basins (glacial and nonglacia) of Tasmania contain the most comprehensive record in Australia of trends in a regional vegetation and climate since the late Pleistocene. Seven pollenExpand
Sedimentology and stratigraphy of an intra-cratonic basin coal seam gas play: Walloon Subgroup of the Surat Basin, eastern Australia
Large gas reserves are trapped in the coals of the Middle Jurassic (Callovian) Walloon Subgroup (lower part of the Injure Creek Group) in the Surat Basin, eastern Australia. The series is dividedExpand
Palynostratigraphy of the murray basin, inland Southeastern Australia
Abstract To date, the only published comprehensive zonation for dating and correlating late Tertiary non‐marine sequences in Australia is that developed in the 1970s for the offshore Gippsland BasinExpand
Palynological evidence for aridity events and vegetation change during the Middle Pliocene, a warm period in Southwestern Australia
Abstract A 110-m-thick sequence of Late Neogene lacustrine silts and clays is sealed under Quaternary cover beds in a Cretaceous meteor crater at Yallalie in semiarid to subhumid southwest WesternExpand
Australian Palaeoclimates: Cretaceous to Tertiary A Review of Palaeobotanical and related evidence to the year 2000
s of the Annual General Meeting of the Geological Society of America 23: 302. Partridge, A.D., 1976. The geological expression of eustacy in the Early Tertiary of the Gippsland Basin, Australia. APEAExpand
Palynology of Site 1166, Prydz Bay, East Antarctica
Twenty-three core catcher samples from Site 1166 (Hole 1166A) in Prydz Bay were analyzed for their palynomorph content, with the aims of determining the ages of the sequence penetrated, providingExpand
A Middle-Late Eocene inflorescence of Caryophyllaceae from Tasmania, Australia.
A new genus and species are proposed for a fossil inflorescence found in Middle-Late Eocene sediments at Locharbour, northeastern Tasmania, Australia, and the fossil appears to be of a lineage distinct from any extant Australian Caryophyllaceae. Expand
Age and palaeoenvironmental constraints on the genesis of the Yandi channel iron deposits, Marillana Formation, Pilbara, northwestern Australia
Fossil pollen and spores preserved in organic‐rich claystones near the base of the palaeochannel hosting the Tertiary Yandi channel iron deposits (CID) provide an in situ constraint on the age ofExpand
Key Periods in the Evolution of the Flora and Vegetation in Western Tasmania .I. The Early-Middle Pleistocene
Patterns of extinctions in Tasmania suggest that Pleistocene climatic change at middle-high latitudes presented an environmental stress not previously experienced during the Cenozoic, perhaps through widespread periglacial conditions, but also provided ecological and evolutionary opportunities for rainforest species tolerant of a wide range of conditions experiencedduring the late Pleistsocene. Expand