b'Geophysics in the surveysNewsFigure 2.3D views of the interpreted seismic lines from the deep crustal seismic re-interpretation project.in May, with a technical note on the processing forthcoming.Engagement and clearances for the CCA magnetotelluric survey have started in western Queensland (Figure 3). The survey will add more than 300 new MT sites to the Eastern Succession of Mount Isa in a wide-spaced grid. We are aiming to characterise the mid crustal conductivity structure across the eastern part of the provincetracking the location of the Carpentaria Conductivity Anomaly south of its known location in the Cloncurry area. Survey acquisition will commence after the wet season, with data release anticipated in Q3 in 2023, and modelling to follow.Finally, the GSQ will have a booth at the Australasian Exploration Geoscience Conference (AEGC) in Brisbane in March 2023. We hope to see lots of familiar faces and meet many new ones. Wishing everyone a safe break over the Christmas and New Year period.Janelle Simpson, Roger Cant and MatthewGreenwood Geological Survey of Queensland Geophysics@resources.qld.gov.auFigure 3.Planned location of the CCAMT sites in blue. Historic sites are in black and deep crustal seismic transect locations in white.DECEMBER 2022 PREVIEW 22'