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Autumn on the Derwent River in Tasmania The island was adjoined to the mainland of Australia until the end of the last glacial period about 10, years ago. Much of the island is composed of Jurassic dolerite intrusions the upwelling of magma through other rock types, sometimes forming large columnar joints.
Tasmania has the world's largest areas of dolerite, with many distinctive mountains and cliffs formed from this rock type. The central plateau and the southeast portions of the island are mostly dolerites.
Passenger and leigh randell Wellington above Hobart is a good example, showing distinct columns known as the Organ Pipes. In the southern midlands as far south as Hobart, the dolerite is underlaid by sandstone and similar sedimentary stones.
In the southwest, Precambrian quartzites were formed from very ancient sea sediments and form strikingly sharp ridges and ranges, such as Federation Peak or Frenchmans Cap. In the northeast and east, continental granites can be seen, such as at Freycinet, similar to coastal granites on mainland Australia.
In the northwest and west, mineral-rich volcanic rock can be seen at Mount Read near Roseberyor at Mount Lyell near Queenstown.
Also present in the south and northwest is limestone with caves. The quartzite and dolerite areas in the higher mountains show evidence of glaciationand much of Australia's glaciated landscape is found on the Central Plateau and the Southwest.
Cradle Mountainanother dolerite peak, for example, was a nunatak. The combination of these different rock types contributes to scenery which is distinct from any other region of the world.
Historian Lyndall Ryan's analysis of population studies led her to conclude that there were about 7, spread throughout the island's nine nations;  Nicholas Clements, citing research by N. Plomley and Rhys Jonessettled on a figure of 3, to 4, European arrival and governance[ edit ] Melchisedech Thevenot ?
More than a century later, ina French expedition led by Marc-Joseph Marion du Fresne also landed at Blackmans Bayand the following year Tobias Furneaux became the first Englishman to land in Tasmania when he arrived at Adventure Bay.
Captain James Cook landed at Adventure Bay in Matthew Flinders and George Bass sailed through Bass Strait in —99, determining for the first time that Tasmania was an island. Bowen, who led a party of 49, including 21 male and three female convicts, named the camp Risdon.
The settlement at Risdon was later abandoned. Left on their own without further supplies, the Sullivans Cove settlement suffered severe food shortages and by its inhabitants were starving, with many resorting to scraping seaweed off rocks and scavenging washed-up whale blubber from the shore to survive.
Tasmania was eventually sent 75, convicts—four out of every ten people transported to Australia. Settlement in the island's northwest corner was monopolised by the Van Diemen's Land Companywhich sent its first surveyors to the district in By one-third of Australia's non-Indigenous population lived in Van Diemen's Land and the island accounted for about half of all land under cultivation and exports.A.
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