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2017 canning basin seebase study and gis / FROGTECH Geoscience Pty Ltd
Bib ID 7507693
Format BookBook [text]
Description East Perth, WA : Geological Survey of Western Australia, 2017 
ISBN 9781741687880
Summary

In 2005, Frogtech Geoscience completed OZ SEEBASE - a continental-scale depth-to-basement grid which shows the distribution of Phanerozoic basins across Australia. OZ SEEBASE is an open-file study that has been downloaded 1000s of times by industry, government and academia. This was followed in 2006 by the Proterozoic OZ SEEBASE interpretation including the main Proterozoic basins of Australia. The 2005 and 2006 OZ SEEBASE incorporated results from the Canning Basin Project completed by SRK Consulting for Shell during 1998-99.

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NLApp74140

Subjects Australian

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