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Resistivity model of the southeast Australian mainland from AusLAMP magnetotelluric data

Geoscience Australia
Kirkby, A.L.
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Brief description

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 data have recently been collected in New South Wales under a National Collaborative Framework agreement between Geoscience Australia and the Geological Survey of New South Wales.

This data release contains a preferred resistivity model and associated inversion files for southeast Australia using data from AusLAMP Victoria (Duan & Kyi, 2018), far west NSW (Robertson et al. 2016) and from the rest of New South Wales up to August 2019 (Kyi et al 2020). The original work behind this model can be cited through the following paper which contains discussion on model development and its significance for tectonic evolution and metallogenic potential:

Kirkby, A., Musgrave, R.J., Czarnota, K., Doublier, M.P., Duan, J., Cayley, R.A., Kyi, D., 2020. Lithospheric architecture of a Phanerozoic orogen from magnetotellurics: AusLAMP in the Tasmanides, southeast Australia. Tectonophysics, v. 793, 228560.

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Issued: 16 03 2020

Data time period: 2016-06-01 to 2019-10-17

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161.8,-22.5 161.8,-46.3 129.3,-46.3 129.3,-22.5 161.8,-22.5

145.55,-34.4

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