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Curnamona Province Magnetotelluric Survey Processed EDI files and support data from sites associated with 08GA-C1 seismic traverse

Geoscience Australia
Milligan, P.R. ; Duan, J.
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Magnetotelluric survey data acquired in association with the L189 Gawler-Curnamona-Arrowie Deep Crustal Seismic Survey over the Curnamona Province. This survey was funded through the Onshore Energy Security Program. Data was acquired by Quantec Geoscience. Analysis and modelling was undertaken by Geoscience Australia . The aim of the survey was to produce a two-dimensional image of electrical conductivity structure of the crust and upper mantle over the Curnamona Province. This information is complementary to the reflection seismic and gravity data acquired along the 08GA-C1 traverse.

Data are supplied as EDI files with support information.

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Maintenance and Update Frequency: notPlanned
Statement: These data were acquired using Bartington 3-axis fluxgate sensors for long-period measurements and KMS LIC-120 land induction coil magnetometers for broadband measurements. Data were recorded on PR 6-24 Portable Earth Data recorders with GPS timing synchronisation. This equipment was supplied by AuScope.

Data was processed in Geoscience Australia to EDI files and modeled using WingLink software.

Issued: 2010

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140.35,-29.8 140.35,-31.75 139.55,-31.75 139.55,-29.8 140.35,-29.8

139.95,-30.775

text: westlimit=139.55; southlimit=-31.75; eastlimit=140.35; northlimit=-29.8

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