Basin dynamics and mineralisation, McArthur Basin, Northern Australia
The Broadmere Structure is a concealed complex inversion structure that developed in a well-preserved part of the Batten Trough in the southern McArthur Basin of northern Australia. The structure formed in response to a number of major tectonic events over a period of at least 600 million years. Evaluation of more than 300 km of seismic data gathered across the structure has provided significant insight into the evolution of the basin architecture which, in turn, has provided a framework for...[Show more]
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