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Ipolera roads bores, bore completion report rn 16879,16880 & 16881.

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Title

Ipolera roads bores, bore completion report rn 16879,16880 & 16881.

Creator

Paul, R.

Collection

E-Publications; ebooks; PublicationNT; E-Books; Report No 78/96

Date

1997

Description

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).

Notes

Date:1997

Language

English

Series

Report No 78/96

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application/pdf.

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Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/228899

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/673599

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Technical Report WRD96078 Viewed at 15:07:17 on 29/07/2010 Page 24 of 49. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I R..!"f 16881 Geological Log 0- 1.5 m SM'D, moderate reddish brown (lOR 516), slightly silty, :fme to medium grained, poorly sorted, sub-angular to sub-rounded quartz. 1.5 - 4.1 m CALCRETE, white (N9), calcite matri.;'C surrounding a fine to medium grained quartz sand. 4.1 - 15.0 SAi'IDSTON"E, reddish brown (lOR 4/4), medium grained, poorly sorted, sub-angular to sub-rounded, feldspathic quartz sand. 15.0 - 48.0 m SAt'IDSTONE, reddish brown (lOR 4/4), medium grained, poorly sorted, sub-angular to sub-rounded, feldspathic quartz sand with minor bands of SIL TSTONE, dark reddish brown (lOR 2.5/4). ). Siltstone < 10 % of sample. 48.0 - 174.0 ID SANDSTONE, reddish brown (lOR 4/4), fine to medium grained but mainly fine grained, poorly sorted, sub-angular to sub-rounded, feldspathic quartz sand with minor bands of SILTSTONE, dark reddish brown (10R 2.5/4). Siltstone < 10 % of sam pIe. Driller's log reports fractures at: 90.0 - 90.8 m 105.7 - 106.8 m 174.0 - 179.0 m SAt'IDSTON"E, reddish brown (lOR 414), fine to medium grained, poorly sorted. sub-angular to sub-rounded, feldspathic quartZ sand with minor bands of SILTSTONE, dark reddish brown (lOR 2.5/4). ). Siltstone approximately 40 % of sample. EOH. Colours all described from wet sam pIes. Strndgraphy: Age: Ljiltera Member of the Pertnjara Group. Devonian .tG