General report on lands of the West Kimberley area, W.A.
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Published by Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization in Melbourne .
Written in English


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Statementcomprising papers by N.H. Speck... [et al.].
SeriesLand research series -- no.9
ContributionsSpeck, N. H.
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Open LibraryOL14390937M

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To support researchers to publish their research Open Access, deals have been negotiated with various publishers. Depending on the deal, a discount is provided for the author on the Article Processing Charges that need to be paid by the author to publish an article Open Access. No. 9 General Report on Lands of the West Kimberley Area, W.A. NH Speck, RL Wright, K Rutherford, K Fitzgerald, RA Perry, JJ Basinski, EA Fitzpatrick, M Lazarides and JM Arnold Land Research Surveys (1) 1 - Author: NH Speck, RL Wright, K Rutherford, K Fitzgerald, RA Perry, JJ Basinski, EA Fitzpatrick, M Lazarides. WEST KIMBERLEY PLACE REPORT DESCRIPTION AND HISTORY ONE PLACE, MANY STORIES Located in the far northwest of Australia’s tropical north, the west Kimberley is one place with many stories. National Heritage listing of the west Kimberley recognises the natural, historic and Indigenous stories of the region that are of outstanding. Book Review Kimberley History: People, Exploration and Development edited and compiled by Cathie Clement, Jeffrey Gresham and Hamish McGlashan. Kimberley Society, Perth, Soft cover, pages, illustrated (full colour), maps. ISBN RRP $ Member’s price $

Food West Kimberley project, $8 million is available for the Broome Road industrial area and work will commence on the $33 million West Kimberley Transitional Housing project. Overview Source: Department of Regional Development. Note: Industry activity is an estimation of the gross value of production of key regional industries. The rocks of the Kimberley region contain a geological record that spans the last million years of the EarthⳠhistory. The oldest rocks in the Kimberley form the Lennard Hills in the west Kimberley and the Bow River Hills and the Halls Creek ridges in the east Kimberley. These comprise metamorphosed sediments,volcanics and granites. Kimberley Public Library, the mother institution, within t he context of its environment – geographic, economic, political and social and assesses its contribution towards the development of the library movement in South Africa. The Kimberley is the northernmost of the nine regions of Western is bordered on the west by the Indian Ocean, on the north by the Timor Sea, on the south by the Great Sandy and Tanami deserts in the region of the Pilbara, and on the east by the Northern Territory.. The region was named in by government surveyor Alexander Forrest after Secretary of State for the Colonies John.

Get this from a library! Report on exploration of north-west Kimberley, [Fred S Brockman; Charles Crossland; F M House; Western Australia. Department of Lands and Surveys.].   The first European report of pearl shell on the west coast of Australia was by William Dampier, who in noted its occurrence at Shark Bay, south of the Kimberley. From , European pearlers began to collect small shells in the area. Kimberley. The Kimberley is Western Australia's most northern region, with the Broome coastline closer to South-East Asia than it is to Perth. Bordered by the Pilbara region to the south and Northern Territory to the east, the , square kilometres region has fewer people per square kilometre than almost any other place on Earth.. Internationally recognised for its unique and dramatic. About the Kimberley. The Kimberley region covers an area of approximately , square kilometres in the north of Western Australia. Its almost twice the size of the State of Victoria, and three times the size of the United Kingdom. The Kimberley includes the Shires of Broome, Derby-West Kimberley, Wyndham-East Kimberley and Halls Creek.