b'Geophysics in the surveysNewsGeoscience Australia: NewsRecent highlights of Geoscience(see Figure 1, orange shaded areasDPE) are pleased to release the Australias geophysical programmes,straddling the SA/WA/NT borders) andUpper Darling Floodplain Airborne as conducted under the Australianthrough the Eastern Resources CorridorElectromagnetic survey data during Governments Exploration for the Future(see Figure 1, orange shaded areasthis Preview period. Running northeast programme and in collaboration with ourthrough NSW and Vic) have all been fullythrough Wilcannia in the south through State and Territory survey partners, areacquired. Survey datasets, includingto Bourke in the north, acquisition of outlined below. Asummary of all currentinversions with GAs own deterministicthe 25 000 line km programme occurred and recently completed programmes andproducts, are on track for publishingbetween March-July 2022 on 250 to survey locations can be found in Figure 1early next year. 5000 m line-spacings (see Figure 2). and the tables that follow this section. The data reveals unprecedented detail Exploring for the Future2022of the top 300 m of ground across Exploring for the Future2022Upper Darling Floodplain AEMthe floodplain, and will be invaluable Western and Eastern ResourcesSurvey for groundwater investigations and Corridor AEM Surveys irrigation considerations. The data can Geoscience Australia in collaborationbe found at: https://ecat.ga.gov.au/This years airborne EM programmeswith the New South Wales Departmentgeonetwork/srv/eng/catalog.search#/through the Western Resources Corridorof Planning and Environment (NSWmetadata/147267.Figure 1.20212022 geophysical surveysin progress, released or for release by Geoscience Australia as part of the Exploring for the Future (EFTF) programme and in collaboration with State and Territory agencies. Note too that the completion of the Western Resources Corridor programme this year, brings regional AEM coverage across Western Australia to 100% (previous regional work shown in green as released). Projects that are substantially or wholly funded by state government agencies are identified by the bracketed contributors. Background image of national TMI compilation, Geoscience Australia, 2019 (see http://pid.geoscience.gov.au/dataset/ga/144725).13 PREVIEW DECEMBER 2022'