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Farmborough Claystone Member STRATNO: 21773
Current: Yes Rank: Member, phase Status: Formal State(s): NSW
Category: Resvd name published Usage: Described Definition Card: No
Originator: Hutton A. 20-DEC-90 Entry date: 20-DEC-90Last Update: 28-MAR-17
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Maximum thickness: 1.3mMinimum thickness:
Unit Age Event: deposition
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Minimum age: Late Permian Ma: % from base of biozone: Age method:
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Minimum age: Ma: % from base of biozone: Age method:
Maximum age: Late Permian Ma: % from base of biozone: Age method:

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REFID: 24471 Grevenitz, P., Carr, P., Hutton, A., 2003, Origin, alteration and geochemical correlation of Late Permian airfall tuffs in coal measures, Sydney Basin, Australia, International Journal of Coal Geology, 55(1), p27-46

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REFID: 24471 Grevenitz, P. , Carr, P. , Hutton, A. 2003 Origin, alteration and geochemical correlation of Late Permian airfall tuffs in coal measures, Sydney Basin, Australia International Journal of Coal Geology 55(1) p27-46
Usage: Described (p27, p29 Fig.2, p37-39) Min age from reference: Late Permian Max age from reference: Late Permian Comments: Tuff. Geochemical correlation with Warners Bay Tuff. Within Wongawilli Coal. Of Illawarra Coal Measures. Thickness: 0.49-1.3 m. Geological Province: Sydney Basin.

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