Regarding the composition and extent of certain tertiary beds in and around Launceston.
Johnston, Robert Mackenzie (1873) Regarding the composition and extent of certain tertiary beds in and around Launceston. Monthly Notices of Papers & Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania . pp. 39-51.
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In the immediate vicinity of Launceston, and scattered over
the westward plains, are to be seen vast accumulations of
water-worn gravel, lying here and there in pockets, but
principally arranged in horizontal layers from 1 to 3 feet
thick, and associated with clays and tuffs, more or less
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