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|Title:||Ground Water Investigation for Agnes Water/1770 Water Supply|
|Publisher:||Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia Queensland|
|Abstract:||An airborne electromagnetic survey for Miriam Vale Shire Council was undertaken to assist in determining the potential availability of viable groundwater resources within the Shire. The survey utilised the Hummingbird system, a combined electromagnetic and magnetic airborne data acquisition system, operated by Fugro Airborne Surveys. URS Australia Pty Ltd undertook advanced 2- and 3-dimensional processing to identify potential areas for groundwater supply. An integrated interpretation incorporating geology, hydrogeology and geophysics was completed and identified three potential areas. This has now enabled Miriam Vale Shire Council to asses the feasibility of these areas for water supply and has also assisted in developing a water supply strategy.|
|Appears in Collections:||Gladstone 2005: IPWEAQ State Conference|
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