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Australia and New Zealand
Devonian of Eastern Australia
Devonian sedimentation in the eastern third of Australia is shown to have been very extensive and to have occurred in basins and troughs and on shelves of very varied tectonic character. Recent surface and subsurface mapping has delineated these much more clearly than before, and the various phases and locations of earth movements and their age and type are indicated. Meta-morphism was slight and plutonism not great; base-metal and precious-metal deposits of economic importance are associated with folding and plutonic activity. Volcanism was widespread; several carbonate provinces were developed.
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