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Elevation of the Pre-Tertiary Basement in the Murray Basin

ABARES has tried to make the information in this product as accurate as possible. However, it does not guarantee that the information is totally accurate or completed. Therefore, you should not rely solely on this information when making a commercial decision. TITLE:pcztop_l FULL NAME:Elevation of pre-Tertiary basement DESCRIPTION:Structure contours in m AHD of the pre-Tertiary basement over the whole Murray Basin. PURPOSE:Hydrogeological mapping for land and water management, particularly salinisation and water logging in the Murray Basin. COMMENTS:Appended set of 1:250 000 scale Murray Basin Hydrogeological Map Series Sourced from map published by the Australian Geological Survey Organisation (AGSO a noe Geoscience Australia). Issued under the authority of the Minister for Primary Industry and Energy, Chairman of the Murray-Darling Basin Ministerial Council. The Murray Basin Hydrogeological Map Series is jointly produced by theCommonwealth, New South Wales, Victorian and South Australian governments. Participating authorities are AGSO, NSW Department of Water Resources, Vic Rural Water Corporation and S Department of Mines and Energy. The series is co-ordinatedby the Groundwater Working Group of the Murray-Darling Basin Commission.

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Title Elevation of the Pre-Tertiary Basement in the Murray Basin
Type Dataset
Language English
Licence Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia
Data Status active
Update Frequency daily
Landing Page https://data.gov.au/dataset/a30e2f75-ab0e-4dc1-90a5-c924e025ee72
Date Published 2013-05-12
Date Updated 2018-09-17
Contact Point
Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry
02 6272 3933
Temporal Coverage 1 January 1988 to 31 December 1998
Geospatial Coverage Murray Basin
Jurisdiction Commonwealth of Australia
Data Portal data.gov.au
Publisher/Agency Australian Bureau of Agriculture and Resource Economics and Sciences
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