Bulletin 29: The Silurian System in New South Wales covers detailed descriptions of the Palaeogeographic and Stratigraphic History, Biostratigraphy, Stratigraphic Units and Intrusive Units. Palaeogeographic and Stratigraphic History provides detail of the following; Basement materials, Llandovery, Early & Late Wenlock, Ludlow and Pridoli. Biostratigraphy detail includes; Rugose corals, Tabulate corals, Conodonts, Graptolites, Brachiopods, Trilobites, Stramatoporoids and Microplankton. The Stratigraphic Units consist of the Girilambone - Wagga Anticlinorial Zone and Cobar Synclinorial Zone, Mineral hill Synclinorial Zone, Bogan Gate Synclinorial Zone, Forbes Anticlinorial Zone, Cowra - Yass Synclinorial Zone, Molong - South Coast Anticlinorial Zone, Hill End Synclinorial Zone, captains Flat - Goulburn Synclinorial Zone and the New England Area. Intrusive units are also in great detail.
Pickett J. 1982. The Silurian System in New South Wales. Geological Survey of New South Wales, Bulletin 29.