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  • Geoscience Australia conducted a seismic survey in the Canning Basin during the period May to November 1988. A total of 650 km of seismic line involving three traverses were shot twelve-fold using a station spacing 50 metres and shot interval of 200 metres. The surveying for this survey was carried out by the Australian Surveying and Land Information Group (AUSLIG) of the Commonwealth Department of Administrative Services. Geoscience Australia commissioned reprocessing of this legacy dataset to improve data quality, imaging reflective structural features within the basin. This reprocessing project is a collaboration between the Geoscience Australia Exploring for the Future (EFTF) program and The Government of Western Australia, Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety, Exploration Incentive Scheme (EIS). Velseis Pty Ltd carried out reprocessing from December 2017 through July 2018. GA managed the project, QCed the data processing and at the end of the project archived the data. This dataset includes images and SEGY files for Stack, Pre-stack Migration and Post-Stack Migration data. The dataset is available for download. <b>Raw data for this survey are available on request from clientservices@ga.gov.au - Quote eCat# 74956</b>

  • The Bureau of Mineral Resources made a seismic survey in the western part of the Galilee Basin in the central Queensland in 1975. The aim of the survey was to obtain basic information on the extent and thickness of the western part of the basin, which is entirely concealed beneath the Eromanga Basin. The seismic survey recorded 320 km of continuous single-coverage reflection recording and 18 km of six-fold CDP recording during 87 operating days. Two major faults were mapped. The Holberton Structure, previously known from geological mapping, corresponds to a major fault in the subsurface with up to 300 m of downthrownto the west. Another major fault appears to be a southerly continuation of the Cork Fault. For the other two Galilee Basin surveys, please see L102 and L108. Raw data for this survey are available on request from clientservices@ga.gov.au - Quote eCat# 74978

  • During 1969, the Mundaring Geophysical Observatory collected seismic refraction data from explosions used by the Bureau of Mineral Resources No. 2 seismic party in the southwest of Western Australia. The seismic party exploded 37 charges up to 4,500 kilograms on a traverse from Balladonia through Kalgoorlie to Perth. Two mobile Willmore seismographs and permanent seismographs at Mundaring and Kalgoorlie recorded the resultant seismic waves. Raw data for this survey are available on request from clientservices@ga.gov.au - Quote eCat# 76503

  • The Bureau of Mineral Resources made three seismic surveys in the Ngalia Basin, Northern Territory, during 1967 to 1969 as part of a comprehensive geological and geophysical investigation of the structure and stratigraphy of the basin. L097 is the third survey done in 1969. The project was aimed at delineating the configuration of the basin, within which outcrops are sparse, and providing information pertaining to its depositional and tectonic history. Investigation of the extent of Lower Palaeozoic sedimentation was considered to be important in assessment of the petroleum prospects of the basin. Raw data for this survey are available on request from clientservices@ga.gov.au - Quote eCat# 75660

  • <p>Geoscience Australia conducted a seismic survey in the central Eromanga Basin in Queensland from July to Late November 1982. This survey was a continuation of the work undertaken in 1980 and 1981 to investigate the structure, stratigraphy, geological and tectonic evolution, and petroleum potential of the area. The survey obtained 485 km of six-fold Common-Depth-Point reflection data, in the Adavale Basin, Cooladdi Trough and Pleasant Creek Arch areas.<p><b>Raw data for this survey are available on request from clientservices@ga.gov.au - Quote eCat# 74970</b>

  • <p>Geoscience Australia conducted a seismic survey in the central Eromanga Basin in Queensland in 1981. This survey was a continuation of the work undertaken in 1980 to investigate the structure, stratigraphy, geological and tectonic evolution, and petroleum potential of the area. The survey obtained 438 km of six-fold Common-Depth-Point seismic reflection data, in the Quilpie Trough and over the Cooper and Thomson Synclines.<p><b>Raw data for this survey are available on request from clientservices@ga.gov.au - Quote eCat# 74971</b>

  • <p>Geoscience Australia with assistance from the Geological Survey of Queensland conducted a seismic survey in southeast Queensland form April to December 1984. The survey set out to investigate deep structures within the earth's crust and is the first of the Australian Continental Reflection Profiling (ACORP), initiatives to study critical transects of the Australian lithosphere. The survey obtained 798 km of six-fold seismic reflection data over the Westgate Trough, Nebine Ridge, Surat Basin, Kumbarilla Ridge, and Clarence-Moreton Basin.<p><b>Raw data for this survey are available on request from clientservices@ga.gov.au - Quote eCat# 74969</b>

  • Processed Stacked and Migrated SEG-Y seismic data and section images for the Southern Carnarvon Deep Crustal Seismic Survey. This survey was conducted under a National Geoscience Agreement with the Western Australia Geological Survey. Funding was through the Onshore Energy Security Program. The objective of the survey was to image the Byro Sub-basin of the onshore Carnarvon Basin. Data are supplied as SEG-Y files and PDF images. Raw data for this survey are available on request from clientservices@ga.gov.au

  • Processed seismic data (SEG-Y format) and TIFF images for the Gawler line acquired as part of the 2008 Curnamona-Gawler-Arrowie Deep Crustal Seismic Survey (L189), acquired by Geoscience Australia (GA) under the Onshore Energy Security Program (OESP). Stack and migrated data for line 08GA-G1 as well as CDP coordinates and gravity data. The Gawler line aimed to investiage the southern Gawler Province. It crosses over the Eyre Peninsula in an east -west direction and is 253km long. Raw data for this survey are available on request from clientservices@ga.gov.au

  • Processed seismic data (SEG-Y format) and TIFF images for the Curnamona line acquired as part of the 2008 Curnamona-Gawler-Arrowie Deep Crustal Seismic Survey (L189), acquired by Geoscience Australia (GA) under the Onshore Energy Security Program (OESP). Stack and migrated data for line 08GA-C1 as well as CDP coordinates and gravity data. The Curnamona line is 262km in length and runs north-south, east of Lake Frome in South Australia. Raw data for this survey are available on request from clientservices@ga.gov.au