Stratigraphy of the Beacon Supergroup between the Olympus and Boomerang Ranges, Victoria Land, Antarctica


IN the summer of 1968–69 a geological expedition from Victoria University of Wellington examined the Beacon supergroup over an area of 3,500 km2 between the Olympus and Boomerang ranges (Fig. 1). In this area the Beacon supergroup comprises as much as 2,300 m of flat-lying non-marine sediments from Devonian or older to Triassic in age. The season's work… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/2271126a0


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