Airborne geophysical data

Airborne geophysical data, including radiometric, magnetic and gravity data, can be very useful to identify geological structures such as faults, folds and dykes in sedimentary basins. Airborne geophysical data were sourced from Queensland and NSW Government agencies. For NSW, much of the available airborne geophysical data has been assessed and compiled by FROGTECH on behalf of the NSW Department of Primary Industries and is now included in the ‘Clarence-Moreton SEEBASETM and GIS project’ product (Sommacal et al., 2008) (NSW Department of Primary Industries, Dataset 3). No reprocessing of airborne geophysical data was conducted in the Assessment.

Last updated:
8 January 2018
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