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New perspectives on the tectonostratigraphic setting of the, Grassy Group, King Island, Australia: “Snowball Earth” or rift-related deposit?

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Direen, NG, Jago, JB and Meffre, S 2009 , 'New perspectives on the tectonostratigraphic setting of the, Grassy Group, King Island, Australia: “Snowball Earth” or rift-related deposit?', in Tungsten, Fire and Ice in the Realm of the Ancient King , GSA Special Publication TAS (8) , Geological Society of Australia, Hobart, pp. 29-34.

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Abstract

Cottons Breccia is part of the late Neoproterozoic Grassy Group, exposed on along the east coast and hinterland of King Island, Tasmania.

Item Type: Book Section
Authors/Creators:Direen, NG and Jago, JB and Meffre, S
Publisher: Geological Society of Australia
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