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Resistivity model derived from magnetotellurics: AusLAMP-TISA project

Geoscience Australia
Duan, J. ; Kyi, D. ; Kirkby, A.L. ; Jiang, W.
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The Australian Lithospheric Architecture Magnetotelluric Project (AusLAMP) aims to collect long period magnetotelluric data on a half degree (~55 km) grid across the Australian continent. New datasets have been collected in Northern Australia, as part of Geoscience Australia’s Exploring for the Future (EFTF) program with in-kind contributions from the Northern Territory Geological Survey and the Queensland Geological Survey.

This release includes preliminary AusLAMP models in an under-explored region between Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory and Cloncurry in Queensland. Long period magnetotelluric data from 155 sites were used in this model. Magnetotelluric data acquisition in this region continues. The preliminary model results provide new insights to the lithospheric architecture and mineralisation in the region. There is a connection between conductive anomalies, large-scale lithospheric boundaries and the distribution of mineral deposits.

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Magnetotelluric data were acquired as part of Geoscience Australia’s Exploring for the Future program in 2017 and 2018. Data modelling and inversion were conducted by Geoscience Australia.

Issued: 22 08 2019

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141.5,-14.5 141.5,-22 132.5,-22 132.5,-14.5 141.5,-14.5

137,-18.25

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