For over 100 million years much of our continent was covered by vast river plains and inland seas, swarming with ancient life. These have had dramatic influences on modern Australia, but they are poorly understood.
Underground water sustains a major pastoral industry; petroleum, coal and gas resources can be utlised; and precious opals are found. This little encyclopedia tries to explain this Great Artesian Basin in all its aspects, and describes what can be seen when travelling across its vast distances. By Alex Cook, BJ Neville and Lesley Blight. Paperback/ 112 pages.
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