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Great Artesian Basin - Cadna-owie Hooray Aquifer - Deuterium

Geoscience Australia
Feitz, A. ; Ransley, T. ; Owens, R.
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Brief description

Data used to produce the predicted Deuterium (Hydrogen-2) map for the Cadna-owie - Hooray Aquifer in the Hydrogeological Atlas of the Great Artesian Basin (Ransley et.al., 2015).

There are four layers in the Cadna-owie - Hooray Aquifer Deuterium (Hydrogen-2) map data

A. Location of hydrochemistry samples (Point data, Shapefile)
B. Predicted Concentration (Filled contours , Shapefile)
C. Predicted Concentration Contours (Contours, Shapefile)
D. Prediction Standard Error (Filled contours , Shapefile)

The predicted values provide a regional based estimate and may be associated with considerable error. It is recommended that the predicted values are read together with the predicted error map, which provides an estimate of the absolute standard error associated with the predicted values at any point within the map.

The predicted standard error map provides an absolute standard error associated with the predicted values at any point within the map. Please note this is not a relative error map and the concentration of a parameter needs to be considered when interpreting the map. Predicted standard error values are low where the concentration is low and there is a high density of samples. Predicted standard errors values can be high where the concentration is high and there is moderate variability between nearby samples or where there is a paucity of data.

Units are Deuterium (Hydrogen-2) as D VSMOW.

Coordinate system is Lambert conformal conic GDA 1994, with central meridian 134 degrees longitude, standard parallels at -18 and -36 degrees latitude.

The Cadna-owie - Hooray Aquifer Deuterium (Hydrogen-2) map is one of 14 hydrochemistry maps for the Cadna-owie - Hooray Aquifer and 24 hydrochemistry maps in the Hydrogeological Atlas of the Great Artesian Basin (Ransley et.al., 2014).

This dataset and associated metadata can be obtained from www.ga.gov.au, using catalogue number 81703

References:
Hitchon, B. and Brulotte, M. (1994): Culling criteria for `standard formation water analyses; Applied Geochemistry, v. 9, p. 637-645

Ransley, T., Radke, B., Feitz, A., Kellett, J., Owens, R., Bell, J. and Stewart, G., 2015. Hydrogeological Atlas of the Great Artesian Basin. Geoscience Australia. Canberra. [available from www.ga.gov.au using catalogue number 79790]

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SOURCE DATA:
Data was obtained from a variety of sources, as listed below:
1. Geoscience Australia GAB hydrochemistry dataset 1973-1997. Published in Radke BM, Ferguson J, Cresswell RG, Ransley TR and Habermehl MA (2000) Hydrochemistry and implied hydrodynamics of the Cadna-owie - Hooray Aquifer, Great Artesian Basin, Australia. Canberra, Bureau of Rural Sciences: xiv, 229p.
2. Feitz, A.J., Ransley, T.R., Dunsmore, R., Kuske, T.J., Hodgkinson, J., Preda, M., Spulak, R., Dixon, O. & Draper, J., 2014. Geoscience Australia and Geological Survey of Queensland Surat and Bowen Basins Groundwater Surveys Hydrochemistry Dataset (2009-2011). Geoscience Australia, Canberra Australia
BOUNDARIES:
Data covers the extent of the Cadna-owie-Hooray Aquifer and Equivalents as defined in Great Artesian Basin - Cadna-owie-Hooray Aquifer and Equivalents - Thickness and Extent dataset (Available from www.ga.gov.au using catalogue number 81678)

METHOD:
Groundwater chemistry data was compiled from the data sources listed above. Data was imported into ESRI ArcGIS (ArcMap 10) as data point sets and used to create a predicted values surface using an ordinary kriging method within the Geostatistical Analyst extension. A log transform was applied to the Alkalinity, TDS, Na, SO4, Mg, Ca, K, F, Cl, Cl36 data prior to kriging. No transform was applied to the 13C, 18O, 2H, pH data prior to kriging. The geostatistical model was optimized using cross validation. The search neighbourhood was extended to a 1 degree radius, comprising of 4 sectors (N, S, E and W) with a minimum and maximum of 3 and 8 neighbours, respectively, per sector. The predicted values surface was exported to a vector format (Shapefile) and clipped to the aquifer boundaries.

Issued: 2015

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