Minerals Alert October 2010
- Extended abstracts from the ASEG-PESA Airborne Gravity 2010 workshop
- Workshop on new seismic and MT datasets in South Australia and the Northern Territory
- Revised assessments of Australia's resources
- Update on geophysical data releases
- About Minerals Alert
1. Extended abstracts from the ASEG-PESA Airborne Gravity 2010 workshop
The Airborne Gravity 2010 workshop was held on the 22 August 2010 as part of the recent 2010 ASEG-PESA 21st International Geophysical Conference and Exhibition in Sydney, Australia. The objective of this workshop was to provide a review of the advances in airborne gravity since the Airborne Gravity 2004 Workshop. A joint publication by Geoscience Australia and the Geological Survey of New South Wales, the Airborne Gravity 2010 Abstracts from the ASEG-PESA Airborne Gravity 2010 Workshop is now available. Described by one workshop participant as "the benchmark in airborne gravity (and gradiometry)", the proceedings are a comprehensive collection of reviewed papers from the event.
For further information, email firstname.lastname@example.org; or phone +61 2 6249 9264.
2. Workshop on new seismic and MT datasets in South Australia and the Northern Territory
There will be a one-day workshop on Thursday 25 November 2010 in Adelaide to present the results of new seismic reflection and magnetotelluric data collected for the L190 Gawler-Officer-Musgrave-Amadeus Deep Crustal Seismic Survey, SA and NT, 2008. This workshop will be held in conjunction with the Department of Primary Industries and Resources South Australia (PIRSA), AuScope and the Northern Territory Geological Survey (NTGS).
To obtain more details on the workshop and register please go to the PIRSA website.
For further information, email email@example.com; or phone +61 2 6249 9495.
Revised assessments of Australia's resources for 30 mineral/metal commodities as at December 2009, together with summary chapters for iron ore, black coal, brown coal, coal seam gas, coal-to-liquids and rare earths have been released through the Australian Mines Atlas.
For further information, email firstname.lastname@example.org; or phone +61 2 6249 9543.
4. Update on geophysical data releases
The current status of Geoscience Australia's geophysical survey data acquisition is now available in a comprehensive table.
For further information, email email@example.com; or phone +61 2 6249 9229.
5. About Minerals Alert
For more information contact Mike Huleatt on +61 2 6249 9087 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To view past editions of Geoscience Australia's Minerals Alert, visit the Minerals Alert Newsletter Archive.
Topic contact: email@example.com Last updated: October 31, 2012