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Turill Coal Member STRATNO: 23064
Current: Yes Rank: Member, phase Status: Processing pending State(s): NSW
Category: Resvd name published Usage: Briefly described Definition Card: No
Originator: G.Bradley 23-MAR-84 Entry date: 23-MAR-84Last Update: 20-AUG-18
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Description: Dull coal with bright layers and numerous thin carbonaceous claystone layers in lower half, and moderately thick carbonaceous and tuffaceous claystone layers in the upper half.
Comments: This reserved name had lapsed, but seems now (2002) to be used for original purpose.
Geological province: No province information available
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Minimum age: Late Permian Ma: % from base of biozone: Age method:
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Maximum age: Late Permian Ma: % from base of biozone: Age method:

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REFID: 68004 Hill, M., McEvilly, R., Watkins, J., 2002, Mineral and petroleum resources and potential: NSW Western Regional Assessments: Brigalow Belt South Bioregion (Stage 2), Geological Survey of New South Wales, WRA / 20, 235pp

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REFID: 68004 Hill, M. , McEvilly, R. , Watkins, J. 2002 Mineral and petroleum resources and potential: NSW Western Regional Assessments: Brigalow Belt South Bioregion (Stage 2) Geological Survey of New South Wales WRA / 20 235pp
Usage: Briefly described (p61.) Min age from reference: Late Permian Max age from reference: Late Permian Comments: Western Coalfield. From 1.5 to 4 m thick. Is 600 metres deep at Cassilis. See also reference to "Turill seam" p220. , Unit in State Mine Creek Formation. , Dull coal with bright layers and numerous thin carbonaceous claystone layers in lower half, and moderately thick carbonaceous and tuffaceous claystone layers in the upper half.

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