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|Title:||CSIRO-NTGS Tanami Project: aeromagnetic interpretation of the Tanami Region - GIS|
|GIS version:||ESRI SHP, 7/04/2021|
|Geological Province:||Tanami Region|
The Granites SF5203
Mount Theo SF5208
Mount Solitaire SF5204
Highland Rocks SF5207
|Stratigraphy:||Mount Charles Formation|
Dead Bullock Formation
Killi Killi Formation
|Abstract:||The Tanami Region is located approximately 600 km northwest of Alice Springs. The Tanami Region hosts the world class Callie deposit and is highly prospective for gold. In 2018 the NTGS Tanami Region Airborne Magnetic and Radiometric survey was acquired to improve pre-competitive geophysical data in the area.|
This project involved processing and interpreting this new data along with pre-existing geophysical surveys to produce a new seamless geological interpretation of the 1:250,000 TANAMI and THE GRANITES map sheets as well as parts of the MOUNT THEO, MOUNT SOLITAIRE and HIGHLAND ROCKS maps sheets. This study was undertaken by CSIRO in collaboration with NTGS. The GIS project presents datasets and interpretative results. The complete suite of processed grids and images of geophysical data that were used to develop this interpretation are provided in the supporting DIP- Aeromagnetic interpretation of the Tanami Region: Geophysical Data.
|Publisher:||Northern Territory Geological Survey|
|NOTE:||DIP021 data is available in low and high resolution.|
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|See Also:||DIP022 - Aeromagnetic interpretation of the Tanami Region: Geophysical Data|
|Document Type:||NTGS Digital Information Package|
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