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The Pilbara Craton is one of only two pristine Archaean 3.6-2.7 Ga crusts identified on the Earth, with the Kaapvaal Craton in South Africa. Both locations may have once been part of the Vaalbara Supercontinent on the continent of Ur.
- Australian Shield
- Centralian Superbasin
- Gawler Craton
- Geology of Australia
- Ore genesis
- Perth Basin
- Western Plateau
- Yilgarn Craton
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