The Australian Institute of Geoscientists newsletter, AIG News, is now available FREE to all readers.
Here are a few of the interesting topics covered in their latest edition:
- An article by Shaun Anderson (Queensland University of Technology 2016 AIG Honours Bursary Winner) titled Probing the crust: Time, Space & Source relationship of granitoids at Cape Upstart, Northeast Queensland.
- 2D Lithosperic Imaging of the Delamerian and Lacklan Orogens, Southwestern Victoria, Australia from Broadband Magnetotellurics – written by Hugh Merrett of the University of Adelaide and 2016 AIG Honours Bursary Winner.
- The origin of red pigment in Late Devonian limestones and significance for environmental changes, northern Canning Basin, Western Australia – written by Jess Godfrey of University of Western Australia and 2016 AIG Honours Bursary Winner.
- 10 of the mini-essays submitted for the AIG 2016 Mini Essay Competition covering the topic: What will successful exploration in the future look like?