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Type: Thesis
Title: Controls on reservoir development and quality in a glacial sequence; a study of the late palaeozoic, Cooper Basin South Australia and Queensland, Australia : thesis submitted to the University of Adelaide in fullfillment [sic] of the requirement for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, July 2000 / Chris Cubitt.
Author: Cubitt, Chris
National Centre for Petroleum Geology & Geophysics (Australia)
Issue Date: 2000
School/Discipline: Dept. of Geology
Abstract: Studies the provenance and diagenesis of the Merrimelia Formation in South Australia and Queensland; a complex mosaic of glacial facies in which the Tirrawarra Sandstone and Merrimelia Formation exhibit an interfingering relationship, and defines the relationship further. Indicates that the Tirrawarra Sandstone should be included in the Merrimelia Formation as a "facies type" as both the Merrimelia and Tirrawarra sediments form an integrated suite of sediments.
Dissertation Note: Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Dept. of Geology, 2000?
Subject: Facies (Geology) Cooper Basin (Qld. and S. Aust.)
Rocks, Sedimentary Cooper Basin (Qld. and S. Aust.)
Sandstone Cooper Basin (Qld. and S. Aust.)
Sedimentation and deposition Cooper Basin (Qld. and S. Aust.)
Unconformities (Geology) South Australia Tirrawarra Field.
Sedimentary structures South Australia Tirrawarra Field.
Description: At head of title: National Centre for Petroleum Geology and Geophysics.
CD-ROM contains Appendices (1-10) in PDF.
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