Middle to Upper Eocene stratigraphic nomenclature and deposition in the Eucla Basin
The Eucla Basin has the largest onshore extent of Cenozoic marine sediments anywhere in the world. The sediments provide a record of the evolving marine environments of the Southern Ocean and the terrestrial hinterland of the Australian continent. However, owing to its size and remoteness, the Eucla Basin is comparatively understudied. This is exacerbated by the scattered and often deeply weathered nature of the outcrops along the margins of the basin, and the inaccessibility of exposures in...[Show more]
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