b'Branch newsASEG newsexciting to see more examples of what Fleet can achieve, both through their own innovation and through partnerships with existing operators.On the 15 November PESA-ASEG had a joint lunchtime talk presented by Dr Claudio Strobbia of Realtime Seismic and entitled Challenging land seismic surveys. We were grateful to have Claudio present on his short tour of Australia and the audience much enjoyed his presentation.On 21 November the Queensland Branch was extremely proud to be hosting another international geophysicist, DrKen Witherly from Condor Consulting, who flew in from the USA. We partnered with AIG to bring you his presentation on EM techniques in uncovering Porphyry copper deposits.The Combined Oil and Gas Christmas drinks celebration was held on 24 November. Originally aimed at those in Derecke Palmer presenting his thought-provoking research at the October NSW Branch meeting. O&G industry, was truly for everyone and Queensland and Mars. Fleet have recently arrivedthe Port Office Hotel was a great place for a Christmas party.The Queensland Branch had a relativelyon the exploration geophysics map, quiet October, with Members taking theprimarily with their Exosphere real-timeFinally, on 9 December, the ASEG Young opportunity to catch up for a few drinksAmbient Noise Tomography service,Professionals Group will be sponsoring along with other geoscientists at thea passive seismic technique perhapsthe final Brisbane Brews for the year, Brisbane Brews event at Range Brewing,sitting in a sweet spot between theencouraging those soon to be graduated Newstead. Racing towards the end ofcost and effectiveness of HVSR-typeor new to our industry to get together the year, November and December1D surveys and full active seismic. Forin a relaxed environment. Please share are shaping up to be a busy couple ofmany that had heard about Fleetswith anyone who you think would be months. product it was great to see Dr Olivierinterested in attending.delve deeper into the technical detail On Tuesday 8 November, the Qldof the technique, attracting an in- 2022 has been another busy year for branch hosted Dr Gerrit Olivier fromperson and online audience of over 40everyone in the exploration geophysics Fleet Space Technologies presentingpeople. Its not often that a completelycommunity and on behalf of the ASEGs a talk on Using real-time seismicnew disruptor enters the explorationQueensland Committee we would like nodes to explore the Earth, Moongeophysics industry, and it will beto offer all Preview readers our best wishes for good health and an excellent Christmas and New Year break. We look forward to welcoming as many of you as possible to the AEGC conference in Brisbane in March 2023!James Alderman email@example.comSouth Australia and Northern TerritoryThe SA-NT Branch of the ASEG held our annual Melbourne Cup Luncheon on Tuesday, 1 November. The event was attended by 43 of our Members, friends and colleagues resulting in a great day catching up with old friends and some new ones.As usual, Neil Gibbins from Vintage Energy MCed the event, and brought a Gerrit Olivier presenting to the Qld Branch. wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm DECEMBER 2022 PREVIEW 8'