Un-interpreted processed data from the Arrowie Seismic Survey will be available from 1 May 2009. Geoscience Australia undertook acquisition of deep seismic reflection in South Australia as part of the Onshore Energy Security Program in June - July 2008. The survey consisted of three traverse lines, one across the Gawler Craton (08GA-G01, 253 km), one across the Curnamona Province (08GA-C01, 262 km) and one in the Arrowie Basin (08GA-A01, 60.4 km). Geoscience Australia is currently processing the Gawler and Curnamona lines, and it is planned to release the processed data in September 2009. Unprocessed data for all of these lines are already available.Mt Isa-Georgetown-Charters Towers Survey (07GA-IG1, 07GA-IG2 and 07GA-GC1)
A total of 1387 km of 2D seismic reflection data collected over four lines in Northern Queensland will be released on 3 June 2009 at a workshop being held in conjunction with the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG) Northern Queensland Exploration and Mining Conference in Townsville. The interpreted processed seismic data and the magnetotelluric data will also be released at this time. The Mt Isa – Georgetown – Charters Towers seismic survey from May to October 2007, acquired deep seismic reflection, gravity and magnetotelluric data along three traverses, 07GA-IG1, 07GA-IG2 and 07GA-GC1. Funding for this survey was obtained through Geoscience Australia's Onshore Energy Program and Queensland’s Smart Mining – Future Prosperity Program. The aims of the survey were to image the crust from the eastern edge of the Mt Isa Province, across the Georgetown Region, and southeast through the Charters Towers area and into the D! rummond Basin.
A fourth traverse (07GA-A1) was funded by AuScope, an initiative established under the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy to characterise the structure and evolution of the Australian continent. This line imaged from Mareeba to Mt Surprise across the Palmerville Fault (Tasman Line).