Petrogenesis and geochronology of the North Australian Kalkarinji low-ti continental flood basalt province
A voluminous outpouring of tholeiitic lava, the Kalkarinji low-Ti continental flood basalt (CFB) province, covered an extensive area of northern Australia in Cambrian times. It comprises the Antrim Plateau, Helen Springs, Nutwood Downs and Peaker Piker Volcanics in northern and north-western Australia and the Colless Volcanics in Queensland. To the south, the Kalkarinji province most likely includes the Boondawari dolerite and Table Hill Volcanics (Western Australia). The name Kalkarinji...[Show more]
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