Brief descriptionThis record was harvested by RDA at 2023-06-07T14:39:20.085+10:00 from NCI's Data Catalogue where it was last modified at 2019-02-26T15:47:36.
Full descriptionWarburton Spring is a shield-shaped carbonate mound spring located in a playa. Water flows from the 30 m-wide spring vent through a gutter in the carbonate edifice of the upper mound and discharges to a thickly vegetated fan-shaped delta on the south-western side of the mound, which varies in width from 280 m to 400 m.
Magnetotelluric data were collected at Warburton Spring in November 2012 along a 1465 m-long line which ran from south-west to north-east across the playa and over the Warburton Spring tail, upper mound and vent.
Created: 26 02 2019
Issued: 26 02 2019
Modified: 12 01 2023
Data time period: 2012-11-01 to 2012-11-30
136.68,-29.26 136.68,-29.27 136.66,-29.27 136.66,-29.26 136.68,-29.26
text: northlimit=-29.26; southlimit=-29.27; westlimit=136.66; eastLimit=136.68
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Inverarity et al., 2016. Groundwater flow underneath mound spring tufas from geophysical surveys in the southwestern Great Artesian Basin, Australia. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 63(7)
- DOI : 10.25914/5BEA5ADB27959
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- global : f5223_6651_4095_7242