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|Title:||CSIRO-NTGS McArthur Basin Project: geophysical data, interpretations and models|
|GIS version:||ESRI (ArcMap), 27/01/2021|
|Abstract:||The southern McArthur Basin hosts the McArthur River and Teena Zn-Pb-Ag deposits and is highly prospective for base metals. In 2018 the NTGS Batten Fault Zone gravity survey was acquired to improve pre-competitive geophysical data in the area.|
This project applied geophysical interpretation and modelling to better understand the regional structural architecture and sub-basin development within the southern McArthur Basin.
The southern McArthur Basin solid geological interpretation and geophysical modelling presents datasets and interpretative results including:
interpreted Proterozoic stratigraphy under cover
interpreted boundaries of sub-basins that formed during
deposition of the McArthur Group
cross-sections of potential field modelling
processed and enhanced potential field datasets
|Publisher:||Northern Territory Geological Survey|
|NOTE:||Accompanying report: Blaikie TN and Kunzmann M, 2019 CSIRO-NTGS McArthur Basin Project: Chapter 2. Southern McArthur Basin solid geological interpretation and geophysical modelling. CSIRO, Australia. Report EP193632.|
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