Carbonate platform growth, demise and sea level record : Marion Plateau, Northeast Australia
The Marion Plateau located between 18°S and approximately 23°S in the area beyond the Great Barrier Reef offshore between Gladstone and Townsville is the most southerly of the marginal plateaus in northeastern Australia. It forms a deeper extension of the Queensland continental shelf with water depths ranging from 100m along its south western margin to 500m along the northern and eastern margins. The plateau is bound along its northern margin by the Townsville Trough; by the Cato Trough...[Show more]
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