Early history of the Amadeus Basin: implications for the existence and geometry of the Centralian Superbasin
The Centralian Superbasin is a concept connecting Neoproterozoic successions that presently occur in separate structural basins in central Australia into a once-continuous depositional system. The superbasin is thought to have been initiated ∼830 Ma, coevally with the breakup of Rodinia, by a mantle plume centred under the central Adelaide Geosyncline, South Australia. The superbasin is thought to deepen towards the south with the basal sediments mainly sourced from the Arunta Region in the...[Show more]
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