~3,000 Ma, Cleaverville Formation, Cleaverville Greenstone Belt, West Pilbara, Western Australia

Part of the Topics in Geobiology book series (TGBI, volume 31)


Detrital Zircon Band Iron Formation Bimodal Size Distribution Photograph Courtesy Petrographic Thin Section 
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Recommended Reading

  1. Hickman, A. H., Smithies, R. H., Pike, G., Farrell, T. R., and Beintema, K. A., 2001, Evolution of the West Pilbara granite-greenstone terrane and Mallina Basin, Western Australia—a field guide, Western Australia Geological Survey Record 2001/16: 63p.Google Scholar
  2. Kiyokawa, S., and Taira, A., 1998, The Cleaverville Group in the West Pilbara coastal granitoid-greenstone terrain of Western Australia: an example of a Mid-Archaean immature oceanic island-arc succession, Precambrian Research 88: 109–142.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  3. Ohta, H., Maruyama, S., Takahashi, E., and Kato, Y. , 1996, Field occurrence, geochemistry, and petrogenesis of the Archean Mid-Oceanic Ridge Basalts (AMORBs) of the Cleaverville area, Pilbara craton, Western Australia, Lithos 37: 199–221.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  4. Ueno, Y. , Isozaki, Y. , and McNamara, K.J., 2006, Coccoid-like microstructures in a 3.0 Ga chert from Western Australia, International Geology Review 48: 78–88.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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