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South Australia - Gawler Craton Surveys

1047-1050 lines flownMAGSPEC Airborne Surveys has passed the halfway mark for two major projects in South Australia.

As part of the South Australian Government PACE Copper Initiative, the Gawler Craton Airborne Survey will consist of approximately 1,800,000 line kilometres of  magnetic, radiometric and digital elevation data over an area of about 324,000 Km2.

MAGSPEC is currently flying two adjacent blocks north of Coober Pedy (Murloocoppie and Warrina), as part of the first phase of the Project; comprising over 240,000 line kms. As of March 2017, we have successfully completed over 50% of each block.

Further information about the Gawler Craton Airborne Survey can be found here.


Contact MAGSPEC Airborne Surveys Australia

Phone +61 8 6260 204 | 21 Triumph Avenue Wangara, Western Australia Australia 6065

Yalgoo GSWA Flying Completion, 110,000 line kilometres

magspec airborne surveys mapMAGSPEC Airborne Surveys Pty Ltd is pleased to announce the recent completion of flying of 110,000 line kilometres of high resolution magnetic, radiometric and DEM survey, on behalf of the Geological Survey of Western Australia (GSWA); a division of the Western Australia Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP). Geoscience Australia (GA) is managing the survey on behalf of GSWA. GA is a Federal Government entity of the Commonwealth Department of Industry and Science.

MThe flight line spacing of the survey is 100 metres at 50 metre AGL flying height and covers approximately 11,200 square kilometres in the Yalgoo region of Western Australia.

This project is part of the WA Government's initiative to support the regional geological mapping of Western Australia. The final processed data will made available free of charge from the DMP website (www.dmp.wa.gov.au/geophysics) and the Australian Government Geoscience Portal (www.geoscience.gov.au).


Contact MAGSPEC Airborne Surveys Australia

Phone +61 8 6260 204 | 21 Triumph Avenue Wangara, Western Australia Australia 6065

MAGSPEC Article in Asia Miner

See our editorial featured in the current edition of the Asia Miner.

MAGSPEC Airborne Surveys specializes in high resolution, ultra-detailed airborne geophysical work and is well equipped to expand into Asia and other mineral prospective areas. The team at MAGSPEC Airborne Surveys is highly dedicated, has decades of experience and focuses on data quality.

The company has surveyed in various countries, recently completing a 120,000 line kilometre survey in the Northern Hemisphere. With much of South East Asia being virgin territory for exploration, MAGSPEC can help unlock the economic potential of the region's undiscovered resources and is ready to fy with a fxed wing aircraft currently based in Cambodia.

Managing director Cameron Johnston says, "Airborne Geophysics is the most cost effective method of exploring a prospect. MAGSPEC uses a feet of turbine PAC 750 aircraft, all of which have been especially modifed for survey with wing tip sensor pods, tail booms (stinger) and additional fuel tanks, which allow for 8-hour plus endurance. The PAC is undoubtedly one of the best survey platforms around. Our aircraft are ready to mobilize anywhere in the world."

Read the rest of the article here: http://asiaminer.epubxp.com/i/381094


Contact MAGSPEC Airborne Surveys Australia

Phone +61 8 6260 204 | 21 Triumph Avenue Wangara, Western Australia Australia 6065

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