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Magnetotelluric survey (time series) of the Freeling Springs, 2012

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Graham Heinson ; Data Collections Team
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Freeling Springs is a complex of springs located 70 km south-east of Oodnadatta. Ninety-eight spring vents and seeps lie along the base of a fault scarp associated with the Kingston Fault, which offsets Mesozoic GAB sediments to the east against highlands consisting of outcropping Palaeoproterozoic basement to the west.

Magnetotelluric data were collected at Freeling Springs in November 2012. Data were collected at nine sites located along two lines: both run eastwards from the Kingston Fault. Six sites were located along the southern line, which is 770m long and runs over Spring FS1. Three sites were located on the northern line, which is 570m long and runs eastwards. from an area containing the carbonate terrace Springs FS13 to FS19.

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135.91,-28.07 135.91,-28.08 135.9,-28.08 135.9,-28.07 135.91,-28.07

135.905,-28.075

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Inverarity et al., 2016. Groundwater flow underneath mound spring tufas from geophysical surveys in the southwestern Great Artesian Basin, Australia. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 63(7)

url : https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/08120099.2016.1261942

Inverarity, K (2014). Electrical geophysics of carbonate mound spring complexes of the South-Western Great Artesian Basin. Thesis (Ph.D.) -- University of Adelaide, School of Earth and Env. Sci.

url : https://digital.library.adelaide.edu.au/dspace/bitstream/2440/92549/4/01front.pdf

Inverarity, K (2014). Electrical geophysics of carbonate mound spring complexes of the South-Western Great Artesian Basin. Thesis (Ph.D.) -- University of Adelaide, School of Earth and Env. Sci.

url : https://digital.library.adelaide.edu.au/dspace/bitstream/2440/92549/3/02whole.pdf

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