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Published by International Union of Geological Sciences in Ottawa, Ont., Canada .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Australia.,
  • Antarctica.,
  • New Zealand.

Subjects:

  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Cambrian.,
  • Geology -- Australia.,
  • Geology -- Antarctica.,
  • Geology -- New Zealand.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby J.H. Shergold ... [et al.].
SeriesPublication / International Union of Geological Sciences ;, no. 19, IUGS publication ;, no. 19.
ContributionsShergold, J. H., International Union of Geological Sciences. Commission of Stratigraphy. Cambrian Correlations Working Group.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE656 .C36 1985
The Physical Object
Pagination85 p., 8 leaves of plates :
Number of Pages85
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2658542M
LC Control Number85243953

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  Fragments of the Cambrian Ross–Delamerian Orogen crop out in the Transantarctic Mountains (Antarctica), South-east Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand. These widely separated areas were all part of the proto-Pacific margin of East Gondwana (e.g. Cawood, , Cawood and Buchan, , Paulsen et al., , Elliot and Fanning, , Vaughan and Pankhurst, ).Cited by: in Ohinemutu, New Zealand. Southeast Asians settled the Pacific tens of thousands of years ago. The vast distances between island groups allowed distinct cultures to develop. NEXT Unit 6 Australia, New Zealand, Oceania, and Antarctica.   This discovery necessitates a reappraisal of tectonic reconstructions of the pre-Mesozoic units of southeast Australia, New Zealand and Antarctica 7– A reconstruction is proposed which includes Cited by: Abstract In the Cambrian, the paleo-Pacific margin of the East Gondwana continent, including East Antarctica, Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand, was affected by the Ross–Delamerian Orogeny.

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A Review of the Problems Important for Interpretation Of The Cambro‐Ordovician Paleogeography Of Northern Victoria Land (Antarctica), Tasmania, and New Zealand R. H. Findlay Department of Geology, University Of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia In the Cambrian, the paleo-Pacific margin of the East Gondwana continent, including East Antarctica, Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand, was affected by the Ross–Delamerian Orogeny. The Australia-New Zealand continental fragment of Gondwana split from the rest of Gondwana in the late Cretaceous time (95–90 Ma). Then around 83 Ma, Zealandia started to separate from Australia forming the Tasman Sea, initially separating from the 75 Ma, Zealandia was essentially separate from Australia and Antarctica, although only shallow seas might have separated Zealandia and. These islands are part of the Kerguelen volcanic system, related to a large igneous province of mantle plume association, and lie about km southwest of Australia and km north of Antarctica. Big Ben volcano on Heard Island has a high point at Mawson Peak which is m in elevation.