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The Capricorn Orogen long-period magnetotelluric (MT) transect (time series)

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Graham Heinson ; Data Collections Team
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This record was harvested by RDA at 2023-02-05T13:00:29.009+11:00 from NCI's Data Catalogue where it was last modified at 2019-07-15 12:13:50.

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In April and May 2010, deep reflection-seismic data were collected along three lines in the Capricorn Orogen, funded through the Western Australian Government’s Royalties for Regions Exploration Incentive Scheme (EIS) and the Australian Federal Government’s National Earth Science Infrastructure Program (AuScope). From October to November 2010,

A magnetotelluric (MT) survey was conducted along the same transects as the Capricorn seismic lines. Broadband (200 – 0.005 Hz) MT sites were collected every 5 km, and long-period (0.1 – 0.0001 Hz) MT sites every 15 km. In total, 116 broadband and 40 long-period sites were collected over the three transects, spanning approximately 500 km. Like the seismic survey, the MT line was divided into three sections, denoted 10GA–CP1, 10GA–CP2, and 10GA–CP3. The MT survey was conducted along the same transects as the Capricorn seismic lines. Broadband (200 – 0.005 Hz) MT sites were collected every 5 km, and long-period (0.1 – 0.0001 Hz) MT sites every 15 km. In total, 116 broadband and 40 long-period sites were collected over the three transects, spanning approximately 500 km.

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Issued: 12 01 2023

Modified: 12 01 2023

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116.8,-26.5 116.8,-23.5 115.8,-23.5 115.8,-26.5 116.8,-26.5

116.3,-25

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