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Coastal erosion reveals a potentially unique oligocene and possible periglacial sequence at present-day sea level in Port Davey, remote south-west Tasmania

Citation

Macphail, M, Sharples, C, Bowman, D et al 2014, 'Coastal erosion reveals a potentially unique oligocene and possible periglacial sequence at present-day sea level in Port Davey, remote south-west Tasmania', Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania, vol. 148, no. 2014, pp. 43-60.

Year

2014

Field of Research

  • Palaeontology (Incl. Palynology)

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