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Glenburnie Leucomonzogranite STRATNO: 41059
Current: Yes Rank: Formation, beds Status: Formal State(s): NSW
Category: Variation of published name Usage: Mentioned Definition Card: No
Originator: Entry date: 26-MAY-04Last Update: 23-MAR-15
Replaced by: Previously known as: Glenburnie Adamellite
Description: Leucocratic, approximately equigranular, biotite and biotite - hornblende monzogranite
Comments: Source: DMR NAND04 Nandewar Geology Integration and Upgrade project 18 Nov 2003. Ref: Champion, Blevin and Bultitude, pers. comm., Nov. 2007. Previously in Uralla Supersuite.
Geological province: No province information available
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Unit Age Event: intrusion
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Minimum age: Early Triassic 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: 24366 Brown, R.E., 2003, Peel South Exploration NSW geophysics - interpretation of new data for exploration and geological investigations in the western New England area of New South Wales, Geological Survey of New South Wales. Quarterly Notes, 114, p1-27

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REFID: 24366 Brown, R.E. 2003 Peel South Exploration NSW geophysics - interpretation of new data for exploration and geological investigations in the western New England area of New South Wales Geological Survey of New South Wales. Quarterly Notes 114 p1-27
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