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  • A map extending outcropping geological units below shallow cover, based in large part on identification of magnetic features.

  • Interpretation report with SAR images across the Great Australian Bight region. Interpretation of anomalies including classification of natural hydrocarbon seepage; basic geographic, well location and seismic data coverages; images of bathymetric, gravimetric and magnetic data; integration of seepage interpretation with geology. Sale prices are listed on the marketing flyer and controlled by the established contractual arrangements, file 1999/743 and 98/580

  • This record describes digital data compilation product, where several individual items are grouped for delivery on single CD-ROM. Content and number of items included in the compilation package can vary, depending on size of the individual items. The contents of this CD-ROM are as follows: Catalog # Title 21251 Antrim 100k 21250 Cow Creek 100k 21253 Gordon Downs 100k 21249 Halls Creek 100k 21254 Nicholson 100k 21248 Ruby Plains 100k 36853 Gordon Downs, second edition 250k

  • Outcrop geology was obtained directly from the following 1:250 000 map sheets: Marble Bar, Nullagine, Port Hedland and Yarrie. This dataset consists of both raster and vector data. Raster data which is unsigned 8 bit integer, can be viewed in Arc/Info, ArcView, MapInfo, ERMapper, ERViewer and ArcExplorer. Raster data which is 4 byte real data, can only be viewed and manipulated with an image processing package such as ERMapper.

  • This record describes digital data compilation product, where several individual items are grouped for delivery on single CD-ROM. Content and number of items included in the compilation package can vary, depending on size of the individual items. The contents of this CD-ROM are as follows: Catalog # Title 22978 Bathurst SI55-8 digital geology data package 250k,100k 23087 Bathurst geological digital data (Bathurst 250k sheet) 100k 21261 Bathurst regolith landforms (Bathurst 250k sheet) 100k 23084 Blayney geological digital data (Bathurst 250k sheet) 100k 21325 Blayney regolith landforms (Bathurst 250k sheet) 100k 23082 Cowra geological digital data (Bathurst 250k sheet) 100k 21323 Cowra regolith landforms (Bathurst 250k sheet) 100k 23083 Molong geological digital data (Bathurst 250k sheet) 100k 21324 Molong regolith landforms (Bathurst 250k sheet) 100k 23086 Oberon geological digital data (Bathurst 250k sheet) 100k 21260 Oberon regolith landforms (Bathurst 250k sheet) 100k 23085 Orange geological digital data (Bathurst 250k sheet) 100k 21259 Orange regolith landforms (Bathurst 250k sheet) 100k

  • Outcrop geology was obtained directly from the following 1:250 000 map sheets: Marble Bar, Nullagine, Port Hedland and Yarrie. This dataset consists of both raster and vector data. Raster data which is unsigned 8 bit integer, can be viewed in Arc/Info, ArcView, MapInfo, ERMapper, ERViewer and ArcExplorer. Raster data which is 4 byte real data, can only be viewed and manipulated with an image processing package such as ERMapper.

  • This record describes digital data compilation product, where several individual items are grouped for delivery on single CD-ROM. Content and number of items included in the compilation package can vary, depending on size of the individual items. The contents of this CD-ROM are as follows: Catalog # Title 21907 Tanami-Granites Block digital geology 250k 21893 Billiluna, part of the Tanami-Granites Block digital geology 250k 21891 Birrindudu, part of the Tanami-Granites Block digital geology 250k 21902 Highland Rocks, part of the Tanami-Granites Block digital geology 250k 21905 Lake Mackay, part of the Tanami-Granites Block digital geology 250k 21889 Limbunya, part of the Tanami-Granites Block digital geology 250k 21898 Lucas, part of the Tanami-Granites Block digital geology 250k 21900 Mount Solitaire, part of the Tanami-Granites Block digital geology 250k 21903 Mount Theo, part of the Tanami-Granites Block digital geology 250k 21901 Stansmore, part of the Tanami-Granites Block digital geology 250k 21894 Tanami, part of the Tanami-Granites Block digital geology 250k 21895 Tanami East, part of the Tanami-Granites Block digital geology 250k 21899 The Granites, part of the Tanami-Granites Block digital geology 250k 21890 Wave Hill, part of the Tanami-Granites Block digital geology 250k 21904 Webb, part of the Tanami-Granites Block digital geology 250k 21892 Winnecke Creek, part of the Tanami-Granites Block digital geology 250k 38833 Preliminary regolith mapping of Highland Rocks 250k

  • This product is an ArcView GIS CD containing coverages of North West Shelf regional geology and petroleum exploration themes, and oil family maps linked to graphs of specific chemical parameters which define the families. This product includes 120 oils from the first Oils of Western Australia study (WOZ1) and 150 oils from the second Oils of Western Australia study (WOZ2). This CD is one component of "The Oils of Western Australia II" product which comprises two other components: an interpretative report documenting the petroleum geochemistry of the oils in the study and assignment of each sample to an oil family, and a Microsoft Access database which contains the raw data, calculated biomarker ratios and reporting output forms. The Oils of Western Australia II report summarises the findings of a collaborative research program between Geoscience Australia and GeoMark Research undertaken on the petroleum geochemistry of crude oils and condensates discovered within the basins of western Australia and the Papuan Basin, Papua New Guinea prior to March 2000. The interpretations documented herein build on research that Geoscience Australia and GeoMark Research undertook previously in The Oils of Western Australia (AGSO and GeoMark, 1996) and The Oils of Eastern Australia (Geoscience Australia and GeoMark, 2002) studies. To make informed decisions regarding Australia's petroleum resources, it is important to understand the relationship between the liquid hydrocarbons within and between basins. This Study has geochemically characterised the liquid hydrocarbon accumulations of western Australian basins and the Papuan Basin into genetically related families. From a total of 316 samples, 33 oil/condensate families were identified in the western Australian basins; Bonaparte (10), Browse (2), Canning (4), Carnarvon (11) and Perth (6), as well as some vagrant and contaminated samples. Three oil/condensate families were recognised in the Papuan Basin. The geographic distribution of each oil/condensate family is mapped within each basin/sub-basin. Using the geochemical characteristics of each family, the nature of their source facies, thermal maturity level and degree of preservation has been determined. This Study used a set of standardised geochemical protocols that include bulk geochemical (API gravity, elemental analysis of nickel, vanadium and sulphur), molecular (gas chromatography of the whole-oil and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry of the saturated and aromatic hydrocarbons) and bulk stable carbon isotopic analyses. n-Alkane-specific 13C isotopic analyses were carried out on only a selected set of oils and condensates. Statistical analyses were performed on these data using the software Pirouette provided by Infometrix. In addition to this report, the geochemical data acquired for the crude oils and condensates in this Study are provided in the accompanying Microsoft Access2000 database. These data may be viewed spatially and plotted on x-y cross-plots in the charting application included in the ESRI Australia GIS ArcView3.2 georeferencing package that also accompanies this report.