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NZ releases national soil geochemistry atlas

New Zealand’s geoscience agency has released a national atlas of soil geochemistry, with a full suite of 65 elements from more than 800 locations. GNS New Zealand is keen to emphasise the usefulness of the survey for environmental monitoring and agriculture, but it also represents a high quality dataset for

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New database of all GA active and passive seismic

Geoscience Australia and its state partners have been shooting deep crustal seismic lines for decades, which means there could be a big reflection seismic traverse through or near your frontier exploration project. These lines were big news at the time, but are easy to overlook by subsequent generations of explorers.

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NSW releases multiple surveys

NSW’s Minister for Resources, Courtney Houssos, this week announced a number of geophysical data releases ahead of GSNSW’s annual Exploration in the House conference today. The major data releases are the Yathong airborne magnetics and radiometrics survey (east– west lines spaced 200 m apart and north–south lines spaced 2 km

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Two major surveys set to begin flying in NE QLD

Geoscience Australia and GSQ will begin acquisition by the end of June of 33,000 line-km of airborne gravity gradiometry (AGG) over the Georgetown region. This survey is funded by Queensland’s New Economy Minerals Initiative. The survey will be flown at a 1 km line spacing and builds on the successful

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New indicators for sanukitoid gold followers in the Yilgarn

Researchers at the Centre for Exploration Targeting have a new paper with ideas for discovery of multi-million-ounce sanukitoid gold deposits in the Yilgarn, based on a detailed study of the 2 Moz Karari-Whirling Dervish deposit. The unusual deposit is related to an intrusion of syenite — an extremely alkalic magma

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