The Resource Notes showing that the estuary of the Derwent was occupied by a fresh water lake during the tertiary period

Notes showing that the estuary of the Derwent was occupied by a fresh water lake during the tertiary period

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Notes showing that the estuary of the Derwent was occupied by a fresh water lake during the tertiary period
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Notes showing that the estuary of the Derwent was occupied by a fresh water lake during the tertiary period
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p.16-17; Reference to evidence that shell mounds are Aboriginal kitchen-middens - presence of charcoal, ashes and charred wood; flint instruments; often on headlands to command views for defensive purposes
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Johnston, Robert Mackenzie
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Notes showing that the estuary of the Derwent was occupied by a fresh water lake during the tertiary period
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Held at: Mineral Resources Tasmania Library
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M0044240
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0053973
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Notes showing that the estuary of the Derwent was occupied by a fresh water lake during the tertiary period
Publication
Note
Held at: Mineral Resources Tasmania Library
Control code
M0044240
System control number
0053973

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