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Ti-Tree Groundwater Basin Geohydrology BOOKS 1 and 2.



Ti-Tree Groundwater Basin Geohydrology BOOKS 1 and 2.


Ride, G.


E-Publications; E-Books; PublicationNT; Report ; 6/1968




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Alice Springs


Report ; 6/1968

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T echnical R eport W R A 68006 V iew ed at 05:02:51 on 18/02/2010 P age 86 of 169. o 5 15 20 JO 35 TI TREE GHOUND\LTEH INVES'rIG ;lTIOll TI 1'1lEE GHI]) POIN'f 131. 2'5/100 _ Bore II o. 16 (Portadrill 501 Ho "'iCy Drilling Hi,s - Drill 81': H. Dears, 24/6/60 Drill e1' I sLog. Geoloeist's Log. (K. E:ctwo1' thy , Hesident Geolo~ist's Office, Alice Springs) 5 Had top soil, HOme gravel. o 15 ~'EClrly big loose gre.vel. 10 20 Grctvel and COarse sand. 15 Roller JJi t 5:". 30 S{tnd, white clay, some Wavol. 20 35 Sand, white clay, some gravel, haret lr.wer. 38 Blaok granite _ losing mud. 22 25 30 10 Hard, red-bruwn calcite-cemented sil ty qu.",rtz, sandstone. KinoI' red-brown claY and silt. 15 20 22 25 30 Hard, red-brown and crO!)Jll CEllcH" oemented siHy s'Uld and very fine to medium grRined loo~e "Md, very coarso Ilnd grMule sized fragmen tB of quar b oommon (1 0j0). Minor crealll grey calai te oemen ted clayey quartzose SEUlds tone and 50"10 pebble of)n((lomerate. Pebbles 50% quartz, remainder motamorphic rocks. As above with sandstone up to 6a/o and rudaoeous fractIon finor (OOf!.1'80 granule sized). As 20 - 22 with 10% cream_grey cla,y. Pale brown olaY with smal:l fra.e;ments of sandstone (as above) up to 1 cr/o 3Ild fino qu,rrtz S Md. 35 As 20 - 22 feet. Lem"rks: Bore back fill ert. --~ '"

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