b'Geophysics in the surveysNewsGeological Survey of New South Wales: New AusLAMP 3D conductivity model supports tectonic interpretation in New South WalesThe Geophysics and Modelling teamTasmanides of eastern Australia throughacademia, industry, other state surveys at the Geological Survey of New Southan ongoing program of geophysicaland Geoscience Australia (GA). Current Wales (GSNSW) is playing a key roledata acquisition and interpretationtectonically focussed geophysical in the tectonic interpretation of theand pro-active collaboration withstudies at GSNSW include long-period Figure 1.A 20 km depth slice from preliminary AusLAMP MT 3D conductivity model for southern NSW and Victoria. Also shown are tectonic zones and boundary faults, Palaeozoic arc rocks, and the inferred position of major faults at 20 km depth. NSW terrane boundaries are after Hallett et al. (2005) and Musgrave et al. (2008). Projections of faults at 20 km are derived from the NSW Statewide 3D Fault Model (Spampinato 2018) and the Geological Survey of Victoria 3D Victoria Project (Rawling et al. 2011), the latter courtesy of Phil Skladzien. Arc rocks in Victoria are from the 2014 edition of Seamless Geology Victoria (Welch, Higgins, and Callaway 2011). Macquarie Arc and Gilmore Fault are from the Eastern Lachlan Orogen Geoscience Database, version 2 (Glen, Dawson, and Colquhoun 2007).19 PREVIEW JuNE 2020'