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Province No 52 001 and its Terrain Patterns
Province No 52 008 and its Terrain Patterns
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Alluvium ARRANGEMENT OF TERRAIN associated with terrain braided channel CHARACTERISTIC CROSS.SECTION SHOWING clay decomposed rock Claystone colluvium coolibah Cooper Creek CROSS.SECTION SHOWING TYPICAL Description of Dominant Diamantina River Dominant I Topography Drainage Type duricrust escarpments Extensive 1000 Extensive 5 miles Extensive 500 yards Frequency per Mile grey heavy-textured clay grey or yellow gypsum heavy-textured clay decomposed kopi ML Length of Terrain LITHOLOGY LOCATION OF TERRAIN medium-textured clay miles Extensive Number Terrain Pattern occasional areas occasional low outwash fan partly silicified rock REPRESENTATION OF TOPOGRAPHY river red gum sandy or gravelly SHOWING TYPICAL LOCATION Shrubland siltstone Soil Mechanics Soil Surface Cover South Australia Stratified grey Stream Frequency terrain pattern 11 Terrain Pattern Area Terrain patterns 01/3 Terrain Unit Width TERRAIN UNITS Number TOPOGRAPHY AND ARRANGEMENT Topography Soil Surface twice horiz TYPICAL DRAINAGE undulating terrain UNITS Number Terrain UNITS WITHIN TERRAIN Warburton Rivers Width of Terrain yards 500 yards Yellow or red