Carpentaria Electrical Conductivity Anomaly, Queensland, as a major structure in the Australian Plate
The Carpentaria Conductivity Anomaly of western Queensland is a major element in the electrical conductivity structure of the Australian continent. Investigation of it is significant both for its own sake, and as a case history in the general understanding of continental conductivity structure. Following Its earlier discovery by reconnaissance magnetometers arrays, detailed magnetotelluric observations were carried out in 1997 along a transect crossing the anomaly between Cloncurry and Julia...[Show more]
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