Citation

Horvath, J. & Keunecke, O., 1953. Third progress report of the geophysical survey of the Renison Bell tin field, Tasmania. Record  1953/053. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics, Canberra.

Abstract

Results are given of geophysical work done during 1952 at the Renison Bell tin field, Tasmania. The area surveyed is to the immediate south-east of those surveyed in 1950 and 1951 and includes the Federal open-cut, Dunn's workings and Stebbin's Hill. Self-potential and magnetic methods, which had proved satisfactory in the previous surveys were again used. Of five main anomalies which were found, three coincide with known workings, namely the Federal open-cut, Dunn's workings and Montana South workings. These anomalies do not indicate any considerable extension of the ore bodies already worked. Of the other two anomalies, one is slightly north-west of Dunn's workings and the other directly on Stebbin's Hill. Three drilling sites are recommended for testing these two anomalies.
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1953

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mineral deposits
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