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Title: CSIRO-NTGS Tanami Project: aeromagnetic interpretation of the Tanami Region - Geophysical Data
Report id: DIP022
GIS version: MapInfo, 7/04/2021
Year: 2021
Author: Blaikie, TN
McFarlane, HB
Ibrahimi, T
Abstract: The Tanami Region is located approximately 600 km northwest of Alice Springs. The Tanami Region hosts the world class Callie deposit and is highly prospective for gold. In 2018 the NTGS Tanami Region Airborne Magnetic and Radiometric survey was acquired to improve pre-competitive geophysical data in the area.
This new survey, along with 72 aeromagnetic, 32 radiometric and 2 gravity surveys acquired by industry and legacy regional geophysical surveys acquired by government, were reprocessed and filtered; these data are provided here. All geophysical data sets were then used to produce a new seamless solid geological interpretation of the 1:250,000 TANAMI and THE GRANITES map sheets, as well as parts of the MOUNT THEO, MOUNT SOLITAIRE and HIGHLAND ROCKS map sheets, which is also available in DIP021.
Publisher: Northern Territory Geological Survey
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Document Type: NTGS Digital Information Package
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Access Constraint: With the exception of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) logo, Northern Territory of Australia logo, other government and corporate logos, and where otherwise noted, all material in this publication and accompanying data is provided under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International licence (
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Date Added: 9-Apr-2021
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