Mary river coastal plain subsurface hydrology study 1992.
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Technical Report WRD93020 Viewed at 15:07:19 on 29/07/2010 Page 68 of 132. sub-surfacc prc-Holocene gcology and conductivity. The conductivities are affected by a combination of geology and water quality. Minimal field work (SIROTEM soundings and shallow drilling) would be required to define these environments in broad terms. It is recommended that : 1. Further airborne EM (Questem) surveys and accompanying SIROTEM soundings be carried out to extend the environment delineation to all of the Mary River l1oodplains. 2. Further study of the uplands dry season creek hydrology and plains freshwater creek and billabong hydrology be conducted.