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synaphea

(ˌsɪnəˈfiːə)
n
(Poetry) poetry a continuity of rhythm throughout a poem
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RISCs reserves estimates were calculated for conventional reservoir units in the Kingia and High Cliff Sandstones only and excluded the Dongara, Wagina, Irwin River Coal Measures (IRCM) and the associated Senecio, Synaphea and Irwin fields.
Lange (1978) proposed that some Western Australian Eocene cuticular fossils belonged to Synaphea, but Carpenter and Pole (1995) strongly doubted this.
Resource estimates are limited to the Kingia and High Cliff Sandstone (HCSS) formations only and do not include the Dongara, Wagina, Irwin River Coal Measures (IRCM) or the associated Senecio, Synaphea and Irwin fields.
The abortion of stamens within a whorl can affect different halves of the flower, with intermediate half-fertile anthers in the genera Conospermum and Synaphea (Proteaceae).
At the same time as the 2C Contingent Resources for the Senecio, Irwin and Synaphea tight gas fields remained unchanged at gross 237 Bcf; together with the Waitsia field, 2P Reserves and 2C Contingent Resources now totaled 867 Bcf.
AWEs 2C Contingent Resources for the Senecio, Irwin and Synaphea tight gas fields remain unchanged at gross 237 Bcf of gas (net 117 Bcf to AWE).