Origin of tertiary inset-valleys and their fills, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia
An extensive network of valleys filled with a distinctive sequence of Tertiary clastic sediments lies buried beneath a Quaternary cover in the Eastern Goldfields region of southwestern Australia. Apart from being weathered in their upper part, the valley-fill sediments are excellently preserved and constitute the most comprehensive record of Cenozoic depositional and erosional events in the region. Locally containing economic concentrations of gold and uranium and forming important...[Show more]
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