Amadeus Basin

(from the article `Australia`) ...basin between the mountain belt and the craton—the flat and relatively stable interior portion of the continent. At the same time, local uplifts ...
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Amadeus Basin

The Amadeus Basin is a large (ca. 170,000 km²) intracratonic sedimentary basin in central Australia, lying mostly within the southern Northern Territory, but extending into the state of Western Australia. == Origins == The Amadeus Basin is named after Lake Amadeus which lies within the basin. Local deposition of up to 14 km of marine and non-mari...
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