b'Geophysics in the surveys NewsTable 5.Seismic reflection surveys Location Client State SurveyLineGeophoneVP/SPRecordTechnique Commentsname km interval interval lengthPerdirkaGA SA/ Shallow~1800 Varies Varies3-6 sec2DGA commissioned additional reprocessing of selected BasinNT legacy data shallowlegacy 2D seismic data in the Pedirka Basin, SA and NT, Phase 2 legacyas part of the Exploring for the Future programme. The data,objective was to produce a modern industry standard explosive,2D land seismic reflection dataset to assist in imaging vibroseisthe subsurface. Reprocessing of these data by Geofizika is complete. The data package is available on request via http://pid.geoscience.gov.au/dataset/ga/146309.CentralCoalNSW Central~208 10 m 10 m 6-16 sec 2D highGA and CINSW signed an MoU to acquire and process DarlingInnovationDarlingresolution2D high resolution and deep crustal seismic data Basin NSWseismicand deepin the Central Darling Basin. New seismic data will (CINSW) survey crustalbe acquired, processed and interpreted to assist in seismic proving up a geological resource in NSW for the safe and permanent storage of CO 2 . Data acquisition was completed in May 2021. CINSW contracted Velseis to process the data and GA is QCing the process. The data package is available on request via http://pid.geoscience.gov.au/dataset/ga/1466662019GSQ Qld Camooweal~300 30 m 10 m 20 s2D deepUnder a MOU with GSQ, GA is preparing a Data CamoowealseismiccrustalProcessing Package for the 300 line km 2019 Camooweal 2D Seismicsurvey seismic2D Seismic Survey. This data package will support an Surveyinterpretation project being undertaken by GSQ to Archivingproduce new precompetitive geoscience information to Project assist industry in better targeting areas likely to contain significant gas and sedimentary-hosted mineral deposits. The data package is available from http://pid.geoscience.gov.au/dataset/ga/146301 (GA) or https://geoscience.data.qld.gov.au/seismic/ss095590 (GSQ)Darling GA SA,Darling ~1275 10 10/40 20 2D DeepThis survey will create an image of important crustal CurnamonaNSW,CurnamonaCrustal/ boundaries including the structure of the Delamerian VIC highmargin, which runs through NSW, SA and Vic, separating DelamerianDelamerianresolutionolder rocks of the Gawler Craton and Curnamona deepdeepvibroseisProvince from younger rocks of the Lachlan Fold Belt crustalcrustalseismic(Tasmanides). Acquisition commenced in Jun 2022 and reflection reflectionsurvey survey. concluded in Aug. Data are currently being processed.surveyTable 6.Passive seismic surveys Location Client State SurveyTotal number ofSpacing Technique Commentsname stations deployedAustralia GA Various AusArray About 180~200 kmBroad-bandThe survey will cover all of Australia to establish continental-temporal seismicspacing~18 months ofscale model of lithospheric structure and serve as a stations observationsbackground framework for more dense (~50km) movable seismic arrays. Deployment of this national array commenced with an initial 11 seismic stations deployed in the NT in 2021. Deployments in SA and NSW commenced in Apr 2022 and will progress through other states during 2022.NorthernGAQld/NTAusArrayAbout 265 broad- 50 kmBroad-band 1The survey covers the area between Tanami, Tennant Creek, Australia band seismicyear observationsUluru and the WA border. The first public data release of the stations transportable array was in 2020, with further data and model releases expected by Dec 2022.See: http://www.ga.gov.au/eftf/minerals/nawa/ausarray Various applications of AusArray data are described in the following Exploring for the Future extended abstracts: AusArray overview: http://pid.geoscience.gov.au/dataset/ga/135284Body wave tomography: http://pid.geoscience.gov.au/ dataset/ga/134501Ambient noise tomography (including an updated, higherresolution model for the Tennant Creek to Mount Isa region): http://pid.geoscience.gov.au/dataset/ga/135130 Northern Australia Moho: http://pid.geoscience.gov.au/dataset/ga/135179Australia GA Various AusArray,12 high-sensitivity~1000 km Broad-bandSemi-permanent seismic stations provide a back-bone for semi- broad-band4 yearsmovable deployments and complement the Australian permanent seismic stations observations National Seismological Network (ANSN) operated by GA, ensuring continuity of seismic data for lithospheric imaging and quality control. Associated data can be accessed through http://www.iris.edu17 PREVIEW DECEMBER 2022'