b'Geophysics in the SurveysNewsGeological Survey of South Australia: SARIG updated anda new AusLAMP modelGeophysical surveys added toFor example, if you know an ExplorationCustomer ServicesSARIGs spatial layers Licence number, select the burger menuPhone: +61 8 8463 3000(the three horizontal lines) and click While all geophysical surveys reported inGeoreference. Click on Advanced SearchEmail: DEM.CustomerServices@sa.gov.auopen file company exploration reportsand type in the EL number in the form are available via SARIGs GeoreferenceEL01234. The results window will list anyPhilip Heathcatalogue, they may not yet appear asdocuments relating to that EL. ManyPhilip.Heath@sa.gov.aua layer on SARIG. The South Australiansmaller surveysincluding gravity and government geophysics team has takenground magneticsare often simply the opportunity provided by COVID-19paper clipped to the pdf. New AusLAMP modelto knuckle down at home to process andFor assistance with downloadingA new electrical resistivity model upload as many historical geophysicalgeophysical data from SARIG pleasefrom AusLAMP is now available. The surveys as possible. contact: Lithospheric resistivity model of the The map below (Figure 1) shows spatially the surveys that have been released and are now visible on SARIG since the August release earlier this year. A full table of survey details and hyperlinks can be found on the SA government minerals website: https://energymining.sa.gov.au/minerals/knowledge_centre/mesa_journal/exploration_data_releases#Geophysical. The map and table will be updated quarterly.An article in Preview Issue 206 contained detailed instructions on how to access geophysical data on SARIG. A brief summary is included here:Option 1: Use the dropdown menu in the Spatial Search tab to select Geophysical Surveys. Use the Draw Area tool to select your area of interest. A pop-up window will appear listing relevant surveys. You can simply click the hyperlinks that will take you to dedicated data and metadata pages for the individual surveys.Option 2: Use the dropdown menu in the Spatial Search tab to select Geophysical Surveys. Use the Draw Area tool to select your area of interest. This time, click the Advanced Search option (you may have to scroll down to reveal it) and follow the prompts. This option will allow you to clip the survey to the area drawn by the box.Option 3: From the initial SARIG screen, click Map Layers and type geophysical surveys. Once visible, switch on Geophysical Surveys and select the Identify tool under Action (in the middle of the screen). Click on the map and a pop-up window will appear similar to in Option 1. Follow the hyperlinks to access your data.Option 4: Check open file envelopes forFigure 1.Geophysical surveys that have been released and are now visible on SARIG since the August data not yet available the spatial layers.release earlier this year.OCTOBER 2020 PREVIEW 26'