• Title: Australia: The Four Billion Year Journey of a Continent
  • Author: Reg Morrison Maggie Morrison
  • ISBN: 9780816024094
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Australia The Four Billion Year Journey of a Continent This illustrated volume traces the evolution and natural history of Australia from the development of the early land mass four and a half million years ago to the formation of the modern continent It
    This illustrated volume traces the evolution and natural history of Australia from the development of the early land mass four and a half million years ago to the formation of the modern continent It is believed that the land mass which is now Australia was taken to each of the poles twice, and this turbulent geological journey is reflected in its unique wildlife and in iThis illustrated volume traces the evolution and natural history of Australia from the development of the early land mass four and a half million years ago to the formation of the modern continent It is believed that the land mass which is now Australia was taken to each of the poles twice, and this turbulent geological journey is reflected in its unique wildlife and in its fossil heritage.

    One Reply to “Australia: The Four Billion Year Journey of a Continent”

    1. I read this prior to taking a trip Down Under. I have a huge interest in geology and wanted to know more about the formation of Australia and the rocks I might see on my trip.

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