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Title: An Airborne Magnetometer Survey of Brunette Downs.
Title Holder / Company: Mines Administration Queensland
Mines Administration Pty Ltd
Report ID: PR1963-0006
Tenure: OP67
Year: 1963
Corporate Author: Adastra Hunting Geophysics
Survey Name: Brunette Downs AMS 1963
Geological Province: Georgina Basin
Map250: Wallhallow SE5307
Helen Springs SE5310
Tennant Creek SE5314
Brunette Downs SE5311
Alroy SE5315
Subject: Magnetic data acquisition
Magnetic data processing
Magnetic data interpretation
Abstract: The basement surface is the Proterozoic-Palaeozoic unconformity. It is generally shallow and gently undulating. The deepest basin (1500 to 2300 feet below sea level) is located just north of an east west ridge.
The aeromagnetic survey was carried out in order to gain information on the depth to basement, configuration and grain of basement, trends of major structural features including faults, magnetic intrusives and basin edges.
Document Type: Magnetic Survey
Appears in Collections:Petroleum Geophysical Surveys (PEX Geophysics)



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