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ROCKS OF THE SOUTHERN FLEURIEU FOUNDATION OF OUR LANDSCAPE AND SCENERY Pierre Kruse South Australian Museum April 2014
The Big Picture: time stratigraphy.org
Stop 3: Barossa Complex Preiss 1993 Gneiss; some schist, amphibolite, pegmatite
The Neoproterozoic world
Adelaide Rift: a long history of deposition from Cryogenian to Cambrian (840-500 Ma) Preiss & others 1993 Aldgate Sandstone
Adelaide Rift: a long history of deposition from Cryogenian to Cambrian (840-500 Ma) 635 750 Ma Preiss & others 1993 Wirrina: Aldgate Sandstone Stop 4: Burra Group
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The Cambrian world
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Stop 2: Cambrian: Kanmantoo Group Stop 2: Carrickalinga Head Formation
Delamerian Orogeny Gravestock & others 1995 Belperio & others 1998
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