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Bowen Basin Structural Geology 2007 - A New Interpretation Based on Airborne Geophysics

  title={Bowen Basin Structural Geology 2007 - A New Interpretation Based on Airborne Geophysics},
  author={Renate Sliwa and Scott Hamilton and J. H. Hodgkinson and Jack A. Draper},
The Bowen Basin Structural Geology 2007 map is a collaborative research project between CSIRO Exploration & Mining and the Queensland Department of Mines & Energy (DME), conducted during 2003 and 2007. Its aim was to work towards a new solid geology map of the Bowen Basin by providing an updated structural interpretation. The main new tool aiding the interpretation is regional airborne magnetic and radiometric data recently acquired by the DME. These new surveys join with existing data over… Expand
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