1000 feet of Permian sediments removed from the Canberra region, Australia

One interesting feature of the rocks around Canberra is that they are confined to a small time-interval on the geological column, that is from the Middle Ordovician to the Late Silurian (see figure 1 for the location of these rocks … Continued

The geological history of Canberra, Queanbeyan and Environs

Recently, I visited Canberra, Australia, and checked some of the geological information about that region. I wanted to understand where the rocks around Canberra fitted with Noah’s Flood. Canberra is the federal capital city of Australia where the houses of … Continued