b'Geophysics in the Surveys NewsTable 5.Seismic reflection surveys Location State SurveyLine km GeophoneVP/SPRecordTechnique Commentsname interval interval lengthSouth EastVic/NSW SE Lachlan 629 10 m 40 m 20 s 2D - Deep crustalThis survey covers the Southeast Lachlan Lachlan seismic reflection Orogen crossing the Victorian-NSW border. Data acquisition was completed in Apr 2018. Raw data and processed seismic data has been released and are available via Geoscience Australia and State Geological Surveys.Kidson WA Kidson 872 20 m 40 m 20 s 2D - Deep crustalWithin the Kidson Sub-basin of the Canning Sub-basin seismic reflection Basin extending across the Paterson Orogen and onto the eastern margin of the Pilbara Craton. The survey completed acquisition on 8 Aug 2018. Data released in May 2019.Barkly/ NT Barkly812 10 m30 m20 s 2D - Deep crustalAcquisition of 2D land reflection seismic data Camoowealsub-basin seismic reflectionto image basin and basement structure in the Barkly region of the Northern Territory. Data acquisition was completed in Nov 2019. The data is expected to be released first half of 2020.Table 6.Passive seismic surveys Location Client State SurveyTotal number ofSpacing Technique Commentsname stations deployedNorthernGAQld/NTAusArrayAbout 135 broad- 50 kmBroad-band 1The survey covers the area between Tanami - Tennant Australia Phase 2band seismicyear observationsCreek Uluru and West Australian Border. The first public stations release of transportable array data is expected by end 2019. See location map in in Preview 201: Aug 2019 p. 16NorthernGA QLD/WA AusArray 3 high-sensitivity~1000 km Broad-bandSemi-permanent seismic stations provide a back-Australia broad-band4 yearsbone for movable deployments and compliment the seismic stationsobservations Australian National Seismological Network (ANSN) installed in Octoperated by Geoscience Australia, ensuring continuity of 2019 seismic data for lithospheric imaging and quality control. Associated data can be accessed through www.iris.eduThe ASEG in social mediaThe ASEG has just joined Instagram https://www.instagram.com/aseg_news/ so go on, give us a follow! Wed love to share your photos too, so please email Kate Robertson at communications@aseg.org.au if you have any images you would like featured.We know not everyone is on Instagram, but you can also find us on a variety of other social media platforms too!Weshare relevant geoscience articles, events, opportunities and lots more.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AustralianSocietyOfExplorationGeophysicistsLinkedIn company page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/australian-society-of-exploration-geophysicists/LinkedIn group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4337055/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ASEG_newsYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-dAJx8bXrX5BEudOQp4ThA17 PREVIEW APRIL 2020'