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Tassie drill core library gets facelift

TASMANIA’S government has spent $2.7 million on enhanced analytical and testing facilities for the Mornington drill core library, which will boost capacity for drill core and rock samples collected across the state.

 Drill core stacked at the library

Drill core stacked at the library

Mineral Resources Tasmania's core library is already home to 770km of drill core and 70,000 rock samples from across Tasmania, with some dating back to the late 19th century. The samples give a historical...

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