Summary Reports

Summary report for the Carpentaria region

Smerdon BD, Welsh WD, Marston FM and Ransley TR (2012) Water resource assessment for the Carpentaria region External link icon. Summary of a report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Great Artesian Basin Water Resource Assessment. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country Flagship, Australia.

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Figure 3. The Carpentaria region showing selected rivers and springs and Great Artesian Basin recharge areas (intake beds)
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Figure 4. Change in groundwater levels from 2010 to 2070 under median future climate and continuation of current groundwater development
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Figure 5. Change in groundwater levels from 2010 to 2070 under median future climate and future levels of groundwater development
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Figure 6. Depth of rock layers in the Great Artesian Basin and outline of deeper, older geological basins
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Figure 7. Potential areas of hydraulic connection between the base of the Great Artesian Basin and underlying basement sequences in the Carpentaria region
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Figure 8. Geological structures of the Carpentaria region
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Figure 10. Map of the approximate watertable elevation, defined as the shallowest groundwater in the uppermost geological formations
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Summary report for the Central Eromanga region

Smerdon BD, Marston FM and Ransley TR (2012) Water resource assessment for the Central Eromanga region. Summary of a report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Great Artesian Basin Water Resource Assessment External link icon. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country Flagship, Australia. 16pp.

Figure 3. The Central Eromanga region showing selected rivers and springs and Great Artesian Basin recharge areas (intake beds)
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Figure 4. Change in groundwater levels from 2010 to 2070 under median future climate and the continuation of current development, where GABSI groundwater savings are concluded at the 2010 level
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Figure 5. Change in groundwater levels from 2010 to 2070 under median future climate and future levels of groundwater development
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Figure 6. Depth of rock layers in the Great Artesian Basin and outline of deeper, older geological basins
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Figure 7. Potential areas of hydraulic connection between the base of the Great Artesian Basin and underlying basement sequences in the Central Eromanga region
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Figure 8. Large-scale geological structures in the Central Eromanga region
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Figure 10. Map of groundwater levels for early development (circa 1900 to 1920). Values are expressed as an elevation (mAHD)
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Figure 11. Map of groundwater levels for present day (circa 2000 to 2010). Values are expressed as an elevation (mAHD)
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Figure 12. Difference in groundwater levels between 1900 and 2010
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Figure 13. Map of the approximate watertable elevation, defined as the shallowest groundwater in the uppermost geological formation
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Summary report for the Surat region

Smerdon BD, Marston FM and Ransley TR (2012) Water resource assessment for the Surat region. Summary of a report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Great Artesian Basin Water Resource Assessment External link icon. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country Flagship, Australia. 16pp.

Figure 3. The Surat region showing selected rivers and springs and Great Artesian Basin recharge areas (intake beds)
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Figure 4. Change in groundwater levels from 2010 to 2070 under median future climate and the continuation of current development, where GABSI groundwater savings are concluded in 2010
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Figure 5. Change in groundwater levels from 2010 to 2070 under median future climate and future levels of groundwater development
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Figure 9. Depth of rock layers in the Great Artesian Basin and outline of deeper, older geological basins
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Figure 10. Potential areas of hydraulic connection between the base of the Great Artesian Basin and underlying basement sequences in the Surat and Clarence-Moreton basins
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Figure 11. Map of groundwater level for early development (circa 1900 to 1920)
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Figure 12. Map of groundwater level for present day (circa 2000 to 2010)
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Figure 13. Difference in the groundwater level between 1900 and 2010
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Figure 14. Map of the approximate watertable elevation, defined as the shallowest groundwater in the uppermost geological formations. The area where the Surat Basin and the Clarence-Moreton Basin are connected is shown in detail. Two groundwater divides are shown for shallow and deeper groundwater Note: to show greater detail
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Summary report for the Western Eromanga region

Smerdon BD, Welsh WD, Marston FM and Ransley TR (2012) Water resource assessment for the Western Eromanga region. Summary of a report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Great Artesian Basin Water Resource Assessment External link icon. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country Flagship, Australia.

Figure 5. Change in groundwater levels from 2010 to 2070 under median future climate and the continuation of current development, where GABSI groundwater savings are concluded in 2010 level
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Figure 6. Change in groundwater levels from 2010 to 2070 under median future climate and future levels of groundwater development
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Figure 7. Depth of rock layers in the Great Artesian Basin and outline of deeper, older geological basins
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Figure 8. Potential areas of hydraulic connection between the base of the Great Artesian Basin and underlying basement sequences in the Western Eromanga region
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Figure 9. Map of groundwater levels for early development (circa 1900 to 1920)
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Figure 10. Map of groundwater levels for present day (circa 2000 to 2010)
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Figure 11. Difference in groundwater levels between 1900 and 2010
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Figure 12. Map of the approximate watertable elevation, defined as the shallowest groundwater in the uppermost geological formations
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Topic contact: groundwater@ga.gov.au Last updated: June 4, 2014