Year

1990

Degree Name

Doctor of Philosophy

Department

Department of Geology

Abstract

The Bindook Volcanic Complex, a thick succession of Early Devonian silicic volcanic rocks, covers an area of approximately 1350 km^ in the northeastern part of the Lachlan Fold Belt, southeast Australia. It constitutes the volcanic fill (at least 2.5 km thick) of the Wollondilly Basin, an extensional structure initiated in continental crust during the Middle Silurian.

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