Aspects of Quaternary geology, geomorphic history, stratigraphy, soils and hydrogeology in the Edward–Wakool channel system, with particular reference to the distribution of sulfidic channel sediments

This report forms part of Research Component 1, a broad spatial assessment of the distribution of sulfidic sediments throughout the Edward–Wakool channel system.

Date
1 August 2013
Publisher
Office of Environment and Heritage
Type
Publication, Research paper
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-74359-081-2
  • ID OEH20130311
  • File PDF 17.4MB
  • Pages 126
  • Name edward-wakool-channel-system-distribution-sulfidic-channel-sediments-130311.pdf
The aim of the overall project, ‘Distribution and hazard of sulfidic sediments in a river and creek channel system of the Murray–Darling Basin: Edward–Wakool channel system case study’, is to examine the distribution and nature of sulfidic sediments in the Edward–Wakool channel system in order to understand the accumulation and potential mobilisation of these materials.
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