Mapping the Carpentaria conductivity anomaly in northern Australia

@inproceedings{Chamalaun1999MappingTC,
  title={Mapping the Carpentaria conductivity anomaly in northern Australia},
  author={F. H. Chamalaun and Frederick Edward Mulhearin Lilley and Lie Wang},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract A band across northern Queensland, Australia, was studied in 1995 by a magnetometer array experiment in two parts: a western part (Q1), and an eastern part (Q2). Forty-three sites were occupied in all, by Flinders University magnetometers which recorded in three components at intervals of 1 min. A major purpose of the study was to further clarify the position and indeed the existence of a major electrical conductivity anomaly, suspected to exist in the area from earlier reconnaissance… CONTINUE READING

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