The Thomson Mineral Occurrence is a limestone/carbonates mineral occurence.1
The The Thomson Mineral Occurrence in Queensland is a mineral occurence about 230km southwest of Brisbane (show me). The The Thomson Mineral Occurrence is about 401m above sea level. The The Thomson Mineral Occurrence is one of the southernmost mines in Queensland.
The The Thomson Mineral Occurrence is a limestone/carbonates mineral occurence. Do you know what else was or is found at the The Thomson Mineral Occurrence? If you do, why not contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
1Denaro T., 1989. Mineral Occurrence Data Sheets - Texas 1:100 000 Sheet Area, Metallogenic Studies Program (data Supplied On Diskette). Queensland Department Of Mines - Record Series
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contributed by Mines on 24-Oct-2009
There are two limestone lenses on this lease. The eastern lens is on the edge of a gully; the western lens is on a ridge. The limestone is grey to dark grey, fossiliferous, and contains interbedded sediments.
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