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Evolution of the intracratonic Officer Basin, central Australia: implications from subsidence analysis and gravity modelling

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The intracratonic basins of central Australia are distinguished by their large negative Bouguer gravity anomalies, despite the absence of any significant topography. Over the Neoproterozoic to Palaeozoic Officer Basin, the anomalies attain a peak negative amplitude in excess of 150 mGal, amongst the largest of continental anomalies observed on Earth. Using well data from the Officer and Amadeus basins and a data grid of sedimentary thicknesses from the eastern Officer Basin, we have assessed ...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Earth Sciences
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Journal:
BASIN RESEARCH
Volume:
13
Issue:
2
Pages:
217-238
Publication date:
2001-06-05
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EISSN:
1365-2117
ISSN:
0950-091X
URN:
uuid:0b0ff2a3-3d46-413a-a98c-2c8380976232
Source identifiers:
82359
Local pid:
pubs:82359
Language:
English

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