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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 WA to Tarcoola in SA (13GA-EG1).

This half day workshop will present a series of talks from the Geological Survey of South Australia, Geoscience Australia and the Australian National University on all aspects of the data processing, geological background, potential field and magnetotelluric modelling and new interpretations from the western Gawler Craton section of the 13GA-EG1 line.

Map of the western Gawler seismic sectionWorkshop topics include

  • Seismic processing
  • Background geology and new results
  • Lithosphere in the neighbourhood
  • Potential field inversions and forward modelling
  • Magnetotelluric modelling
  • Description of seismic interpretation
  • Geological implications and interpretations

When

10th December 2015, 12:30-5:00pm

Where

Training rooms, Level 7, 101 Grenfell Street, Adelaide SA 5000

Afternoon tea included

Report book of extended abstracts to be provided

Limited seating, bookings essential

Please complete the form below to reserve your seat.

 

If you have not received confirmation of your registration by COB next business day, please email lana.white@sa.gov.au

For more information, contact:

Rian Dutch
Principal Geologist
+61 8 8463 3042
rian.dutch@sa.gov.au