Spatial and Compositional Variations within Finely Laminated Mineral Crusts at Carpenters Gap, an Archaeological Site in Tropical Australia
Mineralogical and geochemical variations in ten rock surface crusts are described from a large rock shelter known as Carpenter's Gap 1 in the southern Kimberley, formed at the junction between a sandstone floor and an overlying limestone roof. The finely
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