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The poor definition of Cainozoic alluvials in the geology layer, which necessitated reference to NSW soil mapping data, was another weakness.
Primary salinity in the region is typified by the existence of salt lakes (playas) that developed during prolonged arid periods in the Cainozoic.
Late Cainozoic history of vegetation, fire, lake levels and climate, at Lake George, New South Wales, Australia, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 311: 379-477.
The central and western portion of the study area, the 'Plains', consists of a level alluvial plain of Cainozoic sediments derived mainly from a network of distributary palaeo-stream channels.
Probable and possible reserves in the Cainozoic and Mesozoic Fms alone have been estimated at about 214 bn barrels of oil and 160 TCF of natural gas.
The study area occupies the eastern margin of the Murray Basin, a major Cainozoic depocentre.
Late Cainozoic environments of the Southern Hemisphere: 183-208, Rotterdam: Balkema.
However, there was very little consistency in description of Cainozoic cover in the various source datasets.
Probable and possible reserves in the Cainozoic and Mesozoic formations are estimated at about 214 bn barrels of oil and 160yTCF of natural gas.
Late Cainozoic palacoclimates of the Southern Hemisphere.
Singh G, Geissler EA (1985) Late Cainozoic history of vegetation, fire, lake levels and climate, at Lake George, New South Wales, Australia.
Probable and possible reserves in the Cainozoic and Mesozoic formations are estimated at about 214 billion barrels of oil and 160ytrillion cubic feet of natural gas.
44, SP 57-62), it was concluded that the probable and possible oil reserves in the Cainozoic and Mesozoic formations were about 214 bn barrels of oil and 160 TCF of non-associated gas.
Truswell EM, Harris WK (1982) The Cainozoic paleo-botanical record in arid Australia: fossil evidence for the origins of arid-adapted flora.
Late Cainozoic glaciation in western Tasmania, Australia, Quaternary Science Reviews 9: 199-216.