The Joe Lord Core Library in Kalgoorlie will be the venue for GSWA in the Goldfields to be held on Thursday, 28 November 2019. There will be presentations with an introduction and welcome by Ian Tyler, Director Geoscience, GSWA. Various core will be on display.
In the evening, the Raglan Drilling Geology Lecture Series will again be held at Hannans Club, 44 Brookman St, Kalgoorlie.
Registrations are still open via the GSWA Open Days web page.
The Geological Survey of Western Australia (GSWA) has released final data from its Eastern Goldfields 2019 2D seismic survey.
The survey of an aggregate 305 km on seven traverses along roads and tracks in the area between Broad Arrow and Kambalda was conducted by Velseis Integrated Seismic Technologies. Data were acquired in March and April, processing was completed in July, and a preliminary interpretation in August.
A data package consisting of a set of stacked time-migrated sections in SEGY format, together with the acquisition, processing, and interpretation reports, is available to download via GeoVIEW.WA (‘Simple search’ in the ‘Government Ground Geophysics’ layer for ‘Registered number = 71404’).
The complete data package, with all raw and processed data and interpretation products, is available on a 2 TB hard drive at a cost of $132. Place an order online using the data request form at www.dmp.wa.gov.au/magix.
Funding for the survey was provided by the Western Australian Government’s Exploration Incentive Scheme.
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Learn how to access geoscience data online and understand the department’s systems at these FREE training sessions.
A desktop computer will be available for each participant.
The Perth training has been divided into separate sessions: one for advanced (morning) and one for beginners (afternoon).
ADVANCED — morning — A FEW PLACES STILL AVAILABLE
Welcome and web systems
Questions and activities
BEGINNERS — afternoon — THIS SESSION IS FULL
Please see the DMIRS website www.dmp.wa.gov.au/training for courses in 2020.
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The Kalgoorlie training is open to anyone (full day).
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The latest edition of Fieldnotes (October 2019 number 92) is now available on eBookshop.
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The Geological Survey will host its annual Open Day on Friday, 21 February 2020.
This is a great opportunity to hear presentations on the latest results from GSWA’s geoscience programs, including collaborative work with CSIRO, Geoscience Australia, Curtin University, and the Centre for Exploration Targeting (CET). The will be an extensive display of posters, and demonstrations of online systems and innovations in technology.
Activities and results of the Exploration Incentive Scheme will be outlined, including the launch of Round 21 of the Government Co-funded Exploration Drilling program.
Register early via the GSWA Open Days web page.
DMIRS is offering its premium publications backlist for a limited time with massive discounts off the original advertised price. Act now to get some huge geological bargains while stocks last!
Bulletin 145 Devonian reef complexes – normally $50 – discounted price $25
Bulletin 146 The geology of Shark Bay – normally $70 – discounted price $25
Discovery trails to early Earth – normally $25 – discounted price $15
Geology and landforms of the Perth Region – normally $22 – discounted price $11
Australia goes it alone (Cretaceous to present) – normally $33 – discounted price $15
A Paleozoic perspective of WA – normally $33 – discounted price $15
MRB 13 Copper mineralization in Western Australia – FREE
MRB 14 Nickel mineralization in Western Australia – FREE
MRB 17 Barite and fluorite in Western Australia – FREE
MRB 18 Limestone and limesand resources of Western Australia – FREE
MRB 19 Kaolin in Western Australia – FREE
MRB 20 Bentonite, attapulgite, and common clays in Western Australia – FREE
MRB 21 Silica resources of Western Australia – FREE
MRB 22 Tantalum in Western Australia – FREE
MRB 23 Dimension stone in Western Australia: Volume 1 – FREE
MRB 24 Dimension stone in Western Australia: Volume 2 – FREE
You can download maps, reports, and digital information free of charge from our website.
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Maps, USB data packages, and nine premium publications are available to purchase as hard copies from the eBookshop or the First Floor counter at Mineral House, 100 Plain Street, East Perth WA 6004. A new online cart and payment system is in place. Records, reports, bulletins and other non-series books cannot be purchased in hard copy but are all available as PDFs to view and download free of charge.
For information on publications, email or telephone +61 8 9222 3459/ fax +61 8 9222 3444.
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