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Capricorn Orogen deep seismic — publications and workshop November 2011
Preliminary interpretations of the three Capricorn Orogen deep crustal seismic lines (10GA–CP1, 10GA–CP2, and 10GA–CP3) were released at a public workshop held at Mineral House on Wednesday 23rd November 2011. The workshop consisted of ten presentations and was accompanied by the release of a series of extended abstracts and geological plates. All of the data including the ten PowerPoint presentations can be downloaded from the links below.
Extended Abstracts and Plates
- Capricorn Orogen seismic and MT workshop presentation schedule(PDF 742 kb)
- Kennett et al: The Capricorn seismic survey: experimental design, acquisition and processing(PPTX 16903 kb)
- Thorne et al: Geology of the northern Capricorn Orogen and preliminary interpretation of deep seismic reflection line 10GA–CP1: crustal architecture of the northern Capricorn Orogen(PPTX 125207 kb)
- Johnson et al: Geology of the Gascoyne Province and preliminary interpretation of deep seismic reflection lines 10GA–CP2 and 10GA–CP3: crustal architecture of the Gascoyne Province(PPTX 113016 kb)
- Cutten et al: Geology and architecture of the Edmund and Collier Basins(PPTX 16972 kb)
- Goodwin: Preliminary potential-field interpretation of the Capricorn Orogen, Western Australia: worms, forward modelling and 3D inversion(PPTX 15342 kb)
- Thiel et al: The Capricorn Orogen magnetotelluric (MT) transect(PPTX 12922 kb)
- Kennett: Understanding the lithosphere in the vicinity of the Capricorn Orogen seismic lines from passive seismic studies(PPTX 2960 kb)
- Korsch et al: Geodynamic Implications of the Capricorn Orogen deep seismic survey(PPTX 44412 kb)
- Tyler et al: Implications of the Capricorn deep seismic survey for mineral systems(PPTX 29629 kb)