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Detailed surface geology - Upper Burdekin basalt provinces

Geoscience Australia
Lai, E.C.S. ; Kilgour, P.L. ; Ransley, T. R.
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Brief description

Dataset "Detailed surface geology – Upper Burdekin basalt provinces", downloaded from the Queensland Spatial Catalogue in April 2017 and clipped to the Upper Burdekin basalt provinces.

The polygons in this dataset are a digital representation of the distribution or extent of geological units within the area. Polygons have a range of attributes including unit name, age, lithological description and an abbreviated symbol for use in labelling the polygons. These have been extracted from the Rock Units Table held in Department of Natural Resources and Mines MERLIN Database.

© State of Queensland (Department of Natural Resources and Mines) 2017 Creative Commons Attribution

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Maintenance and Update Frequency: asNeeded
Statement: Downloaded from the Queensland Spatial Catalogue in April 2017

Issued: 24 04 2020

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146.3,-17.7 146.3,-20.3 143.5,-20.3 143.5,-17.7 146.3,-17.7

144.9,-19

text: westlimit=143.5; southlimit=-20.30; eastlimit=146.3; northlimit=-17.70; projection=GDA94 (EPSG:4283)

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