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Phosphate Deposit Near Princetown, Victoria, Australia
A one to three foot bed containing nodules of calcium phosphate exposed in a sea cliff on the south coast of western Victoria, Australia, is described. The bed is Miocene age. The P2O5 content of one nodule was found to be 15.08 per cent. The deposit is not considered to have economic importance at the present time.
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