Proposed Sandy Point Seismic Survey Cape Range WA

Proposal description: 

Proposal to undertake a seismic survey in an area which partially overlaps the south-eastern corner of Cape Range National Park. The proposal involves 12.9 km of seismic survey in the National Park using the vibroseis technique. This would require some ground disturbance, primarily by walking a bulldozer along the survey lines with its blade raised in order to press the vegetation down rather than clearing it. Three 50 m drill holes would be required but no drilling mud or additives would be used.

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Last updated: 
May 15, 1989
Current Status: 
Ministerial Statement published
Ministerial Statement published
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