Seismic refraction mapping of fracture swarms in the Western Coalfield of New South Wales, Australia
The Western Coalfield of New SouthWales, Australia is situated approximately 150 km northwest of Sydney along the western margin of the Sydney Basin. Mining is carried out under the Blue Mountains Plateau, which reaches a maximum elevation of 1100m and is heavily dissected. The main producing seams are the Katoomba and Lithgow seams. They have been mined extensively since the 1800s by bord and pillar techniques at depths ranging from near-surface to 300 m...
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