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19 March 2019
Potential new mineral and groundwater resources in the Northern Territory and Queensland have been revealed by the world’s largest airborne electromagnetic survey, released today at the Annual Geoscience Exploration Seminar in Alice Springs.
20 December 2018
Geoscience Australia released today new data from remote groundwater bores, which give hints of hidden mineralisation.
12 December 2018
All airborne electromagnetic data acquired over NT and QLD area during 2017 and 2018 field season is now available to download.
Expressions of Interest to subscribe to a regional airborne electromagnetic survey in northern Australia
22 November 2018
Geoscience Australia will conduct a regional airborne electromagnetic (AEM) survey from the Hamersley Ranges WA to the Lake Mackay region in NT, starting in February 2019.
16 October 2018
Exploring for the Future significantly increasing the exploration potential of northern Australia.
28 August 2018
On its 10 year anniversary, Geoscience Australia's world-renowned Sensitive High Resolution Ion Micro Probe (SHRIMP) mass spectrometer has uncovered a new age for gold bearing rocks near Tennant Creek.
World's largest airborne electromagnetic survey reveals potential new areas for natural resources in Northern Australia
13 June 2018
Data collected from the world's largest airborne electromagnetic survey (AusAEM) released by Geoscience Australia at the Association of Mining and Exploration Companies conference in Perth. The large-scale airborne survey was undertaken over an area between Mount Isa and Tennant Creek, on the border of Northern Territory and Queensland.
10 May 2018
Potential copper "hot-spots" in an area on the Queensland-Northern Territory border are revealed in new data released by Exploring for the Future.
20 March 2018
New data collected between the world-class mineral-endowed regions of Mount Isa and Tennant Creek shows the South Nicholson Basin is three times larger than previously thought. Minister for Resources and Northern Australia, Matt Canavan announced the release of the new seismic data from the Exploring for the Future program. The data and information provides valuable insight for exploration companies to identify new prospects for petroleum and mineral exploration.
20 October 2017
The first dataset has been released from a range of surveys looking at the potential energy, mineral and groundwater resources in a relatively-unexplored region spanning the Northern Territory – Queensland border.
07 September 2017
Ten new laboratory-based roles designed to upskill Alice Springs job seekers have been created by Geoscience Australia in partnership with local Aboriginal not-for-profit company, the Centre for Appropriate Technology. The establishment of the laboratory and training roles are part of the four-year $100.5 million Exploring for the Future programme.
08 December 2016
Planning is underway on the new $100.5 million Exploring for the Future programme. This four-year programme aims to boost Australia's attractiveness as a destination for investment in resource exploration and management.
04 May 2016
The Australian Government's 2016-17 Budget brings a boost for Geoscience Australia through funding of a new programme Exploring for the Future.