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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Water Minister Mia Davies said the investigation into the availability of groundwater resources in the Hamersley Range, funded by $12.
We see great potential for more Bungaroo-type water resources in this area of the Hamersley Range and will be sharing this information with industry and government planners to stimulate new ventures and investment.
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.
At that time these particular images where known from only a limited area of the Hamersley Range, Pilbara.
Yandicoogina is located in the eastern Hamersley Ranges, about 90 km northwest of Newman.
Rio Tinto is also evaluating iron ore opportunities with exploration focussed on the identification of lump ore deposits in the Hamersley Ranges of Western Australia.
promising results in the Hamersley Ranges to underpin community, industrial and agricultural opportunities for Karratha and Onslow.
Opportunities for iron ore are being evaluated in a number of countries including Australia, where exploration focused on the search for lump iron ore deposits in the Hamersley Ranges.
The Kings mine in the Hamersley Ranges was officially launched by FMG founder Andrew Forrest and West Australian governor Malcolm McCusker.
We've quite nicely managed to reproduce some of the big deposits in the Fortescue Valley for example, and some nearby in the Hamersley Ranges which are today mined for iron ore.