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Geochemical dispersion in the Olary District, South Australia: investigations at Faugh-a-Ballagh prospect, Olary silver mine, Wadnaminga goldfield and Blue Rose prospect - Supplementary files

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Geochemical dispersion in the Olary District, South Australia: investigations at Faugh-a-Ballagh prospect, Olary silver mine, Wadnaminga goldfield and Blue Rose prospect - Supplementary files


Supplementary files which accompany CRC LEME Open File Report 113. (CSIRO Exploration and Mining Report 794R, CRC LEME Report 156R, 2001, 2nd Impression 2001)


Exploration Geochemistry Natural Resource Management


https://doi.org/10.4225/08/5aea511408acf


2000


2001


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Geochemical dispersion in the Olary District, South Australia: investigations at Faugh-a-Ballagh prospect, Olary silver mine, Wadnaminga goldfield and Blue Rose prospect

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The Olary Regolith Project was established in July 2000 as a jointly funded project between CRC LEME, Lynas Corporation Ltd and the Department of Primary Industries and Resources, South Australia (PIRSA). The duration of the project was six months. The principal objective by CRC LEME was to conduct a regolith mapping and orientation geochemical sampling program that would provide targets for further exploration and a basis to conduct effective further geochemical exploration in the Olary region.


Author: M. Skwarnecki, Li Shu, M. J. Lintern.


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CRC LEME (Australia), Australian Mineral Industries Research Association Limited (Australia), Australian National University (Australia), University of Canberra (Australia), Australian Geological Survey Organisation (Australia), CSIRO (Australia)


Skwarnecki, M. S.; Shu, Li; Lintern, M. J. (2001): Geochemical dispersion in the Olary District, South Australia: investigations at Faugh-a-Ballagh prospect, Olary silver mine, Wadnaminga goldfield and Blue Rose prospect - Supplementary files. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.4225/08/5aea511408acf


All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO 2001.


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Location Details

32°7′42.0578″ S


33°16′45.6582″ S


140°44′21.1657″ E


139°13′38.7293″ E


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About this Project

Legacy


CRC LEME Open File Report Series


Supplementary files for CRC LEME open file reports


Analysis


M. S. Skwarnecki


Li Shu


M. J. Lintern


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