Geomorphology of the Lower Mary River Plains Northern Territory
The Mary River is one of several large seasonal rivers which drain northwards into van Diemen Gulf in the Northern Territory. It has a catchment area of about 7700 square km. Most of its drainage is across a dissected, lateritised land surface, termed the Koolpinyah land surface, but near the coast it flows through extensive horizontal plains, covering about 1100 square km which are the subject of this study.
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