Master of Science
Department of Geology
Ohmsen, Graham S., The petrology of the Goobarragandra District, Southeast of Tumut, New South Wales, Master of Science thesis, Department of Geology, University of Wollongong, 1989. https://ro.uow.edu.au/theses/2651
The thermal metamorphism of the Mid-Late Silurian Coolac Ophiolite Suite by the Early Devonian Bogong Granite southeast of Tumut, in southern New South Wales, has led to the development of a diverse range of hornfelses. The dismembered Coolac Ophiolite, which comprises the Coolac Serpentinite and Honeysuckle Metabasic Igneous Complex, has a hornblende hornfels facies thermal metamorphism overprinting a low grade greenschist regional metamorphism.