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Image Caption:
Southwest Australia--Landforms

This series of stereopairs include near-vertical views in color
infrared that show typical changes in landforms, vegetation,
agricultural products, and drainage characteristics in
southwestern Australia immediately north of Perth. Clearly
visible are the flat coastal plains (area west of Darling Fault),
the Darling Fault (1) and the relatively flat upland Darling pla-
teau with its drainage network with extensive chains of salt
lakes (2), regarded as the remnants of ancient rivers. The
northern boundary of the city of Perth, and the port city of
Freemantle are located at the bottom of the page at (3) and (4).
(61A-57-16, 17, 18)