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Determining the initial spatial extent of an environmental impact assessment with a probabilistic screening methodology


This collection contains the scripts and example data files to accompany the paper Luk Peeters, Dan Pagendam, Russell Crosbie, Praveen Kumar Rachakonda, Warrick Dawes, Lei Gao, Steve Marvanek, YongQiang Zhang, Tim McVicar (2018) Determining the initial spatial extent of an environmental impact assessment with a probabilistic screening methodology.... more


Hydrogeology


https://doi.org/10.25919/5b84b5cfbe8b3


2018


Luk Peeters
Luk.Peeters@csiro.au

Environmental Impact Assessment Uncertainty Analysis Hydrogeology Coal Bed Methane Coal Mining


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Bioregional Assessments data set GLO AEM dmax v01

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Bioregional Assessments data set GLO AEM Model v02

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This dataset is derived from: Bioregional Assessment Programme (2016) GLO AEM Model v02. Bioregional Assessment Derived Dataset. Viewed 4 May 2016, http://data.bioregionalassessments.gov.au/dataset/e76e05a1-3d3c-4014-a163-66a342278ea2. Bioregional Assessment Programme (2016) GLO AEM dmax v01. Bioregional Assessment Derived Dataset. Viewed 4 May 2016, http://data.bioregionalassessments.gov.au/dataset/c54640db-ca88-4ed2-8e58-6b1a198293c5.


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CSIRO (Australia)


Peeters, Luk; Pagendam, Dan; Crosbie, Russell; Rachakonda, Praveen Kumar; Dawes, Warrick; Gao, Lei; Marvanek, Steve; Zhang, Yongqiang; McVicar, Tim (2018): Determining the initial spatial extent of an environmental impact assessment with a probabilistic screening methodology. v2. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.25919/5b84b5cfbe8b3


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Bioregional Assessment Science Harvest


The Bioregional Assessment Program looked at the impacts of coal seam gas and large coal mining developments on water resources and water-dependent assets over six bioregions. The bioregions included areas across Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. These states are the four signatory states under the National Partnership Ag... more


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Luk Peeters


Dan Pagendam


Russell Crosbie


Praveen Kumar Rachakonda


Warrick Dawes


Lei Gao


Steve Marvanek


Yongqiang Zhang


Tim McVicar


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