Hamersley Range


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Hamersley Range

a mountain range in N Western Australia: iron-ore deposits. Highest peak: 1236 m (4056 ft.)
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Remarks.--Paradraculoides cochranus is known from the Cochrane and Jewell Bores complex, located in the western Hamersley Range, Western Australia, midway between the distributions of P.
Paradraculoides confusus is known from Trinity Bore, Western Australia, in the western Hamersley Range, where it occurs in a single mesa formation (Fig.
Westall 2003 An archaeological survey of the West Angelas Project Deposits E and F, Hamersley Ranges, Western Australia.
In the Pilbara macro-blade quarries occur in numbers stretching from the coast (Akerman 1976b; Vinnicombe 1987) as far inland as the south-eastern side of the Hamersley Ranges (Figure 2, Figure 9) (Akerman 1976a, 1976b; Bradshaw et al.
The terrain of four areas includes steep-sided ranges incised by gullies and ravines and associated alluvial flats at the base of the Hamersley Ranges. The fifth area is a low lying undulating alluvial valley that runs along Bellary/Considerable Creek to the north of the Paraburdoo Range.
At that time these particular images where known from only a limited area of the Hamersley Range, Pilbara.
Inland sites in the Hamersley Ranges also reveal some evidence of occupation during this period (Brown 1987; Veth 2002).
Yandicoogina is located in the eastern Hamersley Ranges, about 90 km northwest of Newman.