The Wurawina Supergroup, Late Cambrian to Early Devonian, Tasmania
Banks, MR and Williams, E (1986) The Wurawina Supergroup, Late Cambrian to Early Devonian, Tasmania. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania, 120 . pp. 95-96. ISSN 0080-4703
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The term "Wurawina Supergroup" is proposed for the conformable sequence in western Tasmania
consisting of the Denison Group, the Gordon Group and the Eldon Group or the Tiger Range Group and their correlates.
The Supergroup rests on early Late Cambrian or older rocks and is folded, and then intruded by Late Devonian and
Early Carboniferous granites. It is Late Cambrian at the base and Early Devonian at the top.
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