A print resolution map of the Geology of the Flinders Ranges, including geological notes, drives and walking trails, can be downloaded here.
Mighty upright cross-bedded quartzite lining Frome Creek, northern Flinders Ranges.
Outcropping olive green shales of the sedimentary Brachina Formation on the Copley-Arkaroola road.
Gully erosion caused by flood waters, Leigh Creek.
- Title Earth from Space: Flinders Ranges, South Australia
- Released: 31/07/2020
- Copyright ESA – European Space Agency
- DescriptionThis edition of the Earth from Space program features a false-colour image captured by Copernicus Sentinel-2 over the many colourful curves and folds of the Flinders Ranges – the largest mountain range in South Australia. See also Flinders Ranges, South Australia to download the image.