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Title: SEEBASE Study and GIS for greater McArthur Basin
Report id: DIP017
GIS version: MapInfo, 03/07/2018
ArcGIS, 15/03/2018
Year: 2018
Corporate Author: Frogtech Geoscience
Geological Province: McArthur Basin
Beetaloo Sub-basin
Tomkinson Province
Subject: Geophysics
Stratigraphy: Tawallah Group
McArthur Group
Nathan Group
Roper Group
Antrim Plateau Volcanics
Derim Derim Dolerite
Abstract: The SEEBASE Study and GIS provides maps of basement terranes, depth to basement (SEEBASE surface), base of Wilton package, depth to Moho, basement thickness and total sediment thickness in GIS format and is accompanied by a comprehensive report outlining methods and major findings for the greater McArthur Basin. The greater McArthur Basin is a Palaeo to Mesoproterozoic basin that contains key stratigraphic intervals prospective for both petroleum and mineral resources. Numerous studies since the late 1990s have recognised stratigraphic correlations between the McArthur Basin, Birrindudu Basin and Tomkinson province, the outcropping and undercover extent of these contiguous regional correlatives are informally referred to as the greater McArthur Basin.
Publisher: Northern Territory Geological Survey
ISSN: 1445-5358
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See Also: DIP018 - SEEBASE Study and GIS for greater McArthur Basin: Supplementary Data [85.2GB]
Document Type: NTGS Digital Information Package
GIS Data
Access Constraint: This work is licenced under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0). Please give attribution to: Northern Territory of Australia (NT Geological Survey) 2018.
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