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Australian Ordovician pelecypod molluscs. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics, Bulletin 174, 1-64. Cambrian and Ordovician rostroconch molluscs from northern Australia.

Australian Ordovician pelecypod molluscs. Pojeta, j. jr. & runnegar, b. 1976. The palaeontology of rostroconch molluscs and the early history of the phylum Mollusca. Geological Survey Professional Paper, United States 968, 1-88. j. gilbert-tomlinson, j. & shergold, . Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics, Bulletin 171, 1-54. runnegar, . morris, .

Commonwealth of australia department of national development bureau of mineral resources geology and geophysics records: 1967/74 report on an official visit 't. .

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT BUREAU OF MINERAL RESOURCES GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS RECORDS: 1967/74 REPORT ON AN OFFICIAL VISIT 'TO PORTUGUESE TIMOR, FROM 25TH APRIL TO 9TH MAY, 1967 by J. Veevers The information contained in this report has been obtained by the Department of National Development, as part of the policy of the Commonwealth Government, to. assist in the exploration and development of mineral resources.

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Cambrian and Ordovician rostroconch molluscs from northern Australia. Rostroconch molluscs are widespread and abundant in the Cambrian and Ordovician rocks of the Amadeus and Georgina Basins of northern Australia

Cambrian and Ordovician rostroconch molluscs from northern Australia. Rostroconch molluscs are widespread and abundant in the Cambrian and Ordovician rocks of the Amadeus and Georgina Basins of northern Australia. Because the mollusc faunas of this area are largely unknown, this study concentrates on their systematics and biostratigraphic distribution.

The Cambrian malacofauna of Australia is taxonomically among the most diverse of synchronous faunas. Muscle scars, shell form and torsion in Cambrian and Ordovician univalved molluscs, Lethaia, 1981, vol. 14, no. 4, pp. 311–322. In the number of described mollusk species, it rivals. Gilbert-Tomlinson, . and Shergold, J. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics Bulletin, 174, 64 p. and Runnegar, .The paleontology of rostroconch mollusks and the early history of the Phylum Mollusca. Geological Survey Professional Paper, 968:1–84. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Bulletin Geology and Geophysics, Australia, 171, 54 p. Morris, N. and Newell, N.

The geology and mineral resources of the Hatches Creek Wolfram Field, Northern Territory. Australian Ordovician pelecypod molluscs. 172. Middle Cambrian agnostids : systematics and biostratigraphy. 175. Dolichometopid trilobites of Queensland, Northern Territory and New South Wales.

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caelata is known from the Upper Cambrian of Australia (Mindyallan, Upper beds Member, Mungerbar Formation, Glenormiston, Queensland, 2. ° S, 13. ° E.G. simon, G. cuniculaena, G. raggedi and G. campbellina have been found in the Upper Cambrian of Canada (Dresbachian, Rabbitkettle Formation, Yukon, 6. ° N, 12. ° W.Cambrian and Ordovician rostroconch molluscs from Northern Australia". Australian Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics Bulletin. cited in Pete Wagner.

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Geology and resources of some world oil-shale deposits. Geological Survey Box 25046, Mail Stop 939 Denver Federal Center, Colorado 80225. They range in age from Cambrian to Tertiary and were formed in a variety of marine, continen-tal, and lacustine depositional environments. The largest known deposit is the Green River oil shale in western United States. It contains an estimated 215 billion tons of in-place shale oil (. trillion .