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Funds to shake-up WA's geological datasets

THE Western Australian government has put up $12 million over four years to implement a state-wide passive seismic survey to try to find deeper deposits.

Government funds have been allocated to a state-wide seismic survey program.

Government funds have been allocated to a state-wide seismic survey program.

Funded as part of the 2022-23 budget the WA-Array project will be one of the largest of its kind undertaken anywhere in the world. The subsurface imaging program is designed to make it easier to locate...

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