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Bedrock of granite and norite
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2 valid minerals.
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HUTCHISON, C. S. (1964). A gabbro—granodiorite association in Singapore Island. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society, 120(1-4), 283-296.
Pitts, J. (1984). A review of geology and engineering geology in Singapore. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 17(2), 93-101.
Sharma, J. S., Chu, J., & Zhao, J. (1999). Geological and geotechnical features of Singapore: an overview. Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology, 14(4), 419-431.
Lee, K. W., & Zhou, Y. (2009). Geology of Singapore. Singapore: Defence Science and Technology Agency,.
Oliver, G., Zaw, K., Hotson, M., Meffre, S., & Manka, T. (2014). U–Pb zircon geochronology of Early Permian to Late Triassic rocks from Singapore and Johor: A plate tectonic reinterpretation. Gondwana Research, 26(1), 132-143.