Technical reports for the Surat CMA
The Office of Groundwater Impact Assessment carries out research in collaboration with other research bodies and resource operators to improve understanding of the groundwater flow system in the Surat Cumulative Management Area (Surat CMA).
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Identification of gaining streams in the Surat Cumulative Management Area
Report summarising an investigation to identify surface water streams that are fed by groundwater in the Surat CMA. The accurate mapping of these ‘gaining streams’ is essential to help us improve our understanding of how surface and groundwater interact.
Groundwater connectivity between the Condamine Alluvium and the Walloon Coal Measures
Report summarising investigations into the flow of groundwater between 2 major geological formations in the Surat Basin - the Condamine Alluvium and the Walloon Coal Measures.
Springs in the Surat Cumulative Management Area
Report summarising our current understanding of springs in the Surat CMA.
- Springs in the Surat Cumulative Management Area - A summary report on spring research and knowledge (PDF, 2.8MB)
Hydrogeological conceptualisation report for the Surat Cumulative Management Area
Report on the distribution and movement of groundwater in the Surat, Clarence-Moreton and Bowen basins within the Surat CMA.
Surat Cumulative Management Area groundwater modelling report
Report describing the construction and calibration of the current regional groundwater flow model used by OGIA to predict water pressure impacts on aquifers in the Surat CMA.
- Groundwater modelling report for the Surat Cumulative Management Area, main report (PDF, 21MB)
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