Geological investigations by the Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions: by D. S. Trail [and others]
Antarctic Division, Dept. of External Affairs, 1967 - Science - 47 pages
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20 metres 30 centimetres thick 50 centimetres abundant ANARE Antarctic Antarctica appear banded gneiss Bertha Island biotite biotite-bearing biotite-quartz-feldspar gneiss Cape Boothby Casey Range centimetres Chapman Ridge charnockite cirques coarse-grained coastal exposures commonly composed Crohn dark bands dark minerals deformation even-grained charnockite feldspar feldspar gneiss ﬁeld ﬁg ﬁne ﬂoor foliation Framnes Mountains garnet quartzite garnetiferous gneisses geological gneiss contains grains granite graphite Hansen Mountains ice sheet ice streams iron-ore mineral isoclinal folds Ives Tongue Jagar Islands Kemp Land Kemp Peak kilometres lenses light bands light grey lineation longitude Mac.Robertson Land magnetite marble massive Mawson metamorphism metres in thickness metres long metres thick moraine mylonitic nunataks occur outcrop patches pegmatite percent porphyroblastic predominantly pyroxene pyroxene-feldspar gneiss quartz quartz and feldspar quartz-feldspar gneiss quartz-feldspar rock quartzite Rayner Peak rock detritus rock types Rudite samples sediments sillimanite stringers Stump Mountain surface Taylor Glacier thin Ufs Island veins weathered