A free workshop of the latest insights from deep seismic and magnetotelluric profiling
In 2013, Geoscience Australia together with the Geological Survey of South Australia (through PACE Frontiers), the Geological Survey of Western Australia and AuScope acquired a new crustal seismic and magnetotelluric profile along the transcontinental railway from Haig in Western Australia to Tarcoola in South Australia (13GA-EG1).
A workshop held on the 10th of December, where the Geological Survey of South Australia, Geoscience Australia and the Australian National University included a series of presentations about the data processing, geological background, potential field and magnetotelluric modelling and new interpretations from the western Gawler Craton section of the 13GA-EG1 line.
A report book of the extended abstracts and a poster sized plot of the interpretations is available from SARIG.
- What lies beneath the western Gawler Craton? 13GA-EG1E Seismic and Magnetotelluric Workshop 2015. Extended abstracts. RB 2015/00029
The following presentations were given at the workshop.
- Acquisition and processing of the western Gawler Craton section. Josef Holzschuh, Geoscience Australia
- Lithostratigraphy, structure and metamorphic architecture of a reworked Paleoproterozoic continental rift in the western Gawler Craton. Anthony Reid, Geological Survey of South Australia
- Interpretation of the western Gawler Craton section of seismic line 13GA-EG1. Michael Doublier, Geoscience Australia
- The nature of the lithosphere in the vicinity of the Eucla-Gawler reflection seismic line. Brian Kennett, Australian National Univeristy
- Eucla MT profile and modelling. Stephan Thiel, Geological Survey of South Australia
- Geological and geodynamic implications of the western Gawler Craton section of seismic line 13GA-EG1. Rian Dutch, Geological Survey of South Australia
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