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Magnetotelluric survey (time series) of the Wabma Kadarbu Mound Springs, 2011

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Graham Heinson ; Data Collections Team
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A number of mound spring systems in the southeastern corner of the Great Artesian Basin were examined to determine the geophysical response at a number of scales and depths of investigation. For the main project, at Wabma Kadarbu Conservation Park, we ran surveys that covered much of the main spring area with shallow terrain conductivity, shallow TEM (Zonge’s NanoTEM system), resistivity/induced polarization, self potential, and MT.

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Heinson, G., Hatch, M. and Inverarity, M.K., 2012. Geoscientists without borders in South Australia: exploring for and understanding groundwater with geophysics.

url : https://www.seg.org/Portals/0/SEG/About%20SEG/GWB/Projects/Progress%20report%20Oct%202012.pdf

Inverarity et al., 2011. Locating groundwater resources for Aboriginal communities in remote and arid parts of South Australia. The Leading Edge, 30(4), pp.402-408.

url : https://library.seg.org/doi/abs/10.1190/1.3575286

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