Southern Thomson Pre-drilling Audio-magnetotelluric data
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Magnetotelluric (MT) measures the natural variations of the Earth's magnetic and electrical (telluric) fields. The Audio-Magnetotelluric method (AMT) samples signals in the frequency range of 10k Hz down to ~1Hz and provides information to the upper few kilometres of the crust. AMT data were collected at ten sites in the southern Thomson Orogen using Phoenix Geophysics equipment (MTU-5A, MTC-150L and PE5 electrodes). Instrument deployment periods were 7/Oct -29/Oct 2015 and 03/Aug-10/Aug 2016. Time series data were processed into frequency domain using remote reference and Robust Processing scheme. After quality assurance, processed data were exported to industry-standard EDI files.
Time series data are available on request.