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Type: Thesis
Title: Testing the uncover paradigm: crustal fluid pathways in the Curnamona Province
Author: Kay, B. V.
Issue Date: 2017
School/Discipline: School of Physical Sciences
Abstract: In July 2017, scale-reduction was undertaken to improve the bandwidth and resolution of the AusLAMP defined Curnamona Conductor (Robertson et al., 2016) by way of a broadband magnetotelluric profile with site spacing of 2 km, extending from the Erudina Domain across the Mudguard and Quinyambie Domains in the Curnamona Province. A fossil fluid pathway has been identified from the lower mid crustal conductor to the near surface situated near a topographic basement high. The upper crustal conductor has been further delineated beneath the Quinyambie Domain to within 5 km of the surface situated alongside a major crustal feature.
Dissertation Note: Thesis (B.Sc.(Hons)) -- University of Adelaide, School of Physical Sciences, 2017
Where: Curnamona Province, South Australia, New South Wales
Keywords: Honours; Geology; magnetotellurics; crustal fluid; UNCOVER; Curnamona conductor; scale-reduction
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