Successful Co-Funded Drilling Round 11 applicants listed in latest edition of Fieldnotes
|Date:||Thursday, 20 August 2015|
The announcement of successful applicants for Round 11 of the Exploration Incentive Scheme’s (EIS) Co-funded Drilling Program headlines the latest edition of of Fieldnotes published by the Geological Survey of Western Australia (GSWA).
The article contains a complete list of the selected applicants and an update on the scheme.
Fieldnotes also previews the official release of the results from the Eucla basement stratigraphic drilling program funded through the scheme.
The results will be announced at a workshop on 10 September at the Hyatt Hotel in East Perth and accompanied by presentions from GSWA, the University of Western Australia, Curtin University and First Drilling.
On page 2, you can read about how to take an armchair tour of the Pilbara by with GSWA’s popular geology guidebook, Discovery Trail to Early Earth – a Traveller’s Guide to the East Pilbara of Western Australia.
A page 3 article on the Mutherbukin Tectonic Event gives an insight into the tectonic drivers and heat sources involved in the evolution of the Capricorn Orogen.
Other reports of interest include the structural evolution of the Pleiades Lakes region, the release of second part of the Yilgarn Gold Exploration Atlas, and a look at Western Australian graphite prospects.
Geological Survey of Western Australia publication previews release of Eucla Basement drilling program results