ENVIRONMENT

NSW govt spends $7.7M on critical minerals exploration campaign

The survey data includes data captured across more than 148,000 square kilometres

A comprehensive suite of cutting-edge survey methods, including airborne electromagnetic were deployed. Photo courtesy Geosciences Australia

A comprehensive suite of cutting-edge survey methods, including airborne electromagnetic were deployed. Photo courtesy Geosciences Australia

The New South Wales government has taken a major step towards unlocking critical minerals and high-tech metals with a $7.7 million geophysical survey campaign covering over one-sixth of the state.  ...

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