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Title: CSIRO-NTGS McArthur Basin Project: analysis and interpretation of historical AEM data sets
Report ID: DIP033
Year: 2021
Author: Mule, S
Munday, T
Cahill, K
Ibrahimi, T
Blaikie, TN
Ley-Cooper, Y
Sorensen, C
Geological Province: South Nicholson Basin
McArthur Basin
Subject: Geophysics
Aerial EM survey data
Stratigraphy: Barney Creek Formation
Abstract: The southern McArthur Basin hosts the McArthur River and Teena Zn-Pb-Ag deposits and is highly prospective for base metals. This project collated open source AEM data sets within the Southern McArthur Basin, documented system characteristics and modelled these data to produce maps of subsurface conductivity.
This Digital Information Package presents results including:
- Individual survey locations in GIS format
- Quality controlled AEM data
- AEM system characteristics
- Transformations of AEM data to CDI products using EMFlow
- Full non-linear inversion of selected AEM data sets
Publisher: Northern Territory Geological Survey
ISSN: 1445-5358
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Document Type: NTGS Digital Information Package
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 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/legalcode).
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