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The Australian Continent: A Geophysical Synthesis

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The Australian Continent: A Geophysical Synthesis
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Publisher: ANU Press
ISBN-13: 9781760462475
Number of pages: 139

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The Australian Continent: A Geophysical Synthesis is designed to provide a summary of the character of the Australian continent through the extensive information available at the continental scale, as a contribution to the understanding of Australia's lithospheric architecture and its evolution.

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