Kimberley reefs

Kimberley reefs

[′kim·bər·lē ‚rēfs]
(geology)
Gold-bearing reefs in southern Africa that lie above the Main reef and Bird reef groups. Also known as battery reefs.
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Despite the growing public and industrial interest in this frontier region, the diversity of the tropical Kimberley reefs remains largely unknown, even at the coarse habit at level.