1 edition of Natural history of the Flinders Ranges found in the catalog.
Natural history of the Flinders Ranges
by Libraries Board of South Australia in association with the Dept. of Adult Education, University of Adelaide in Adelaide
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 355-356.
|Statement||edited by D. W. P. Corbett.|
|Contributions||Corbett, David, ed., Libraries Board of South Australia., University of Adelaide. Dept. of Adult Education.|
|LC Classifications||QH197 .N38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 356 p.|
|Number of Pages||356|
|LC Control Number||76455713|
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The Natural History of the Flinders Ranges Paperback – January 1, by D. Corbett (Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsManufacturer: Libraries Board of South Australia.
Natural history of the Flinders Ranges. Adelaide, Libraries Board of South Australia in association with the Dept. of Adult Education, University of Adelaide, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: David Corbett; Libraries Board of South Australia.; University of Adelaide.
Department of Adult Education. Field Guides & Natural History Mammals Mammals: General The Story of the Flinders Ranges Mammals Field / Identification Guide Out of Print. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Natural history of the Flinders Ranges.
[Place of publication not identified]: Royal Society of South Australia, The Natural History of the Flinders Ranges is a collection of topics which includes: History of Exploration and Settlement: Geology: Colourful and Exotic Minerals of the Flinders Ranges.
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(Charles Rowland), (joint ed.) Royal Society of South Australia Published. I felt some connection with this fascinating treatise into what made and makes Europe from a natural history, geographic, fauna and impact of man perspective.
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The Flinders Ranges are the largest mountain range in South Australia, which starts about km ( mi) north of Adelaide. The discontinuous ranges stretch for over km ( mi) from Port Pirie to Lake Callabonna. The Adnyamathanha people are the Aboriginal group who have inhabited the range for tens of thousands of years.
Its most characteristic landmark is Wilpena Pound, a large. The Flinders Ranges National Park is an extensive Park, covering some truly magnificent scenery and biodiversity, along with very significant indigenous aspects and geological importance.
The area has to deal with various challenges, such as drought, feral animal and weed problems, degradation from past pastoral use, the odd bushfire and, of.
The natural history of the Flinders Ranges. Corbett, D. P., editor. Adelaide: Libraries Board of South Australia, Octavo, illustrations, folding map, softcover.
The Flinders Ranges of South Australia epitomises the beauty and sheer grandeur of Australia’s quintessent, desert washed mountains offer the adventurous traveller a vast array of experiences.
Amongst the many craggy peaks and cool tree-lined gorges that are part and parcel of this chain of ranges, ancient Aboriginal art vies with the wildlife and the rich European heritage to.
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The iconic Flinders Ranges and Outback have always attracted people looking for adventure. Explore the Flinders Ranges explains the cultural and natural histories of the region as you experience them in your travels.
Fascinating geological history is easily seen and explained as are the diverse plants and animals which inhabit these largely arid hills. The Ediacara Hills in the northern Flinders Ranges is the site of discovery of some of the oldest fossil evidence of animal life.
The Flinders mountains are a classic example of a folded mountain range. Folded mountains form when two continental plates collide. Wind erosion is another natural force that has shaped the Flinders mountain range. This latest edition of Ron and Viv Moon's book, The Flinders Ranges - An Adventurer's Guide, has been completely revised from cover to cover and the information updated and distilled into a no-nonsense information pack that every visitor to the Flinders will get benefit from.
Particularly extraordinary are the fossils and geology of the Flinders Ranges, which display the history of our planet and the evolution of life on Earth. Some of this critical evidence spans more than million years and includes the world’s finest example of the Ediacaran explosion of life, when the earliest forms of complex multicellular animal life evolved.
the Flinders Ranges, which suggests that thylacines survived in the Flinders Ranges region, to the east of Lake Torrens, into the s". It has long been speculated upon that thylacines were deliberately released onto the mainland in the State of Victoria, but insufficient evidence exists to.
Even harder to imagine is a time million years ago when the Flinders Ranges in South Australia were created. At this time, great forces of nature lifted the entire east coast of Australia clear out of the sea creating a deep inland hollow. The vibrant colours that changed with the light, the natural amphitheatre of Wilpena Pound, the rocky mountain ranges, craggy outcrops and ancient cliffs are all part of this majestic Flinders Ranges National Park, or ‘Ikara’ as it is known to the Adnyamathanha people, the traditional owners of this land – ‘Ikara’ meaning ‘Meeting Place’.Wilpena Pound, also known by its Adnyamathanha name of Ikara, meaning "meeting place", is a natural amphitheatre of mountains located kilometres ( mi) north of Adelaide, South Australia, Australia in the heart of the Flinders Ranges National Pound is accessed via a sealed road which continues on to the northern Flinders Ranges town of Blinman and to the south, Hawker.