July 2022

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Latest advances in South Australian geoscience and resource sector news


Current perspectives on natural hydrogen: a synopsis

Betina Bendall
Energy Resources Division, Department for Energy and Mining


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Copper to the World 2022

Calibrating the necessity of sustainable copper production with heightened global demand.

AMYAC members and DEM staff

GP2: next generation mineral systems mapping

Mapping tools and FaceTime support community engagement dialogue.

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Delamerian National Drilling Initiative

Twelve drillholes in the Quondong Vale region have been completed.

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New critical minerals opportunities

High-purity alumina and silicon are new additions to Australia’s critical minerals list.

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Groundwater assessment

SARIG’s latest tools and layers provide a one-stop shop to retrieve groundwater data.

Field trip participants examining the Broken Hill Line of Lode, shown here at Perilya’s Broken Hill Operations northern leases.

Spotlight on Curnamona Province

Connecting across borders to share latest data and knowledge on its mineral potential.

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Trialling biogeochemical exploration

Honours project demonstrates and delineates near-surface mineralisation through blind cover.


Spectral geoscience

Geologic Repositories Rock Sample Digitization webinar series.

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Exploration data releases

36 new company releases.

MESA Journal 96: a compilation of feature articles from the March and July 2022 online editions. Download (PDF 30.6 MB)

Contributions to the MESA Journal are invited provided they are relevant to South Australia and relate to the geosciences or to mineral and energy resources. Technical articles are peer reviewed. Contact the MESA Journal Manager DEM.MesaJournal@sa.gov.au

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