4 edition of Cenozoic molluscs and echinoids of Barrow Island, Western Australia found in the catalog.
Cenozoic molluscs and echinoids of Barrow Island, Western Australia
Kenneth J. McNamara
Includes bibliographical references (p. 48-50).
|Statement||Kenneth J. McNamara and George W. Kendrick.|
|Series||Records of the Western Australian Museum., no. 51|
|Contributions||Kendrick, George W.|
|LC Classifications||QE801 .M46 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||96145191|
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Get this from a library. Cenozoic molluscs and echinoids of Barrow Island, Western Australia. [Ken McNamara; George W Kendrick].
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The blind cave gudgeon Milyeringa Veritas is restricted to groundwaters of Cape Range and Barrow Island, northwestern Australia. It occurs in freshwater caves and in seawater in anchialine systems. It is associated with the only other stygobitic cave vertebrate in Australia, the blind cave eel, Ophisternon candidum, the world’s longest cave fish, and a diverse stygofauna comprising Cited by: Barrow Island and the Montebello Islands both fall within the Dampier-Barrow Island geological zone (Hickman and Strong, ; Figure S3).
Barrow Island is a large limestone anticline, whilst the. The Cenozoic clinothem is more than 6 km (20, ft) thick at the modern shelf edge and coeval strata underlie the marine slope and rise into the deep Canada Basin, where Cenozoic strata are 4–8 km (13,–26, ft) thick in the east and 2–4 km (–13, ft) thick in the west (Grantz et al., ; Helwig et al., ; Mosher et al.
Deep-water waves are predominantly from the south-west, with a mean annual height of m, although they are regularly in the range of m during winter (Collins et al. ).The tropical. RECORDS OF THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM 32 – () DOI: /issn(1) Further Mollusca from the late Eocene Pallinup Formation, Eucla Basin, Western Australia Thomas A.
Darragh Museums Victoria, GPO. The arcoid bivalve Anadara trapezia (Deshayes, ) is a eurythermal estuarine mollusc that flourishes at present in eastern Australia between Port Phillip Bay, Victoria and Townsville in northern Queensland.
trapezia first appeared in the Australian Quaternary fossil record during Oxygen Isotope Stage (OIS) 7. In New Zealand, where it is now extinct, the earliest known occurrences are in Cited by: This banner text can have markup.
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The Yardarino discovery led to development of the Dongara Gasfield, while the Barrow Island find resulted in development of the Barrow Island Oilfield, still the largest oilfield to have been found in Western Australia.
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