EXPLORATION

WA on the map

GEOLOGISTS have mapped the conductivity of the earth down to 500m across all parts of Western Australia, as part of a world-first survey aiming to increase understanding of the state's geology and resource potential.

 A snapshot of the AEM data.

A snapshot of the AEM data.

The mapping program was conducted by Geoscience Australia's $225 million Exploring for the Future program and WA's Exploration Incentive Scheme and headed by the Geological Survey of WA. Federal resources...

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