16.02.2018

AuScope Media Release 16/02/18

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New big data platform to revolutionise geoscience in Australia with $865,000 of new funding   AuScope will lead a group of Australian research infrastructure organisations to bring together

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14.02.2018

CEO’s Update – February 2018

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Dear AuScope’ers Welcome to our first newsletter of 2018.  This year the National Committee for Earth Sciences, at the Australian Academy of Science, will publish a Decadal Plan for Australian

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14.02.2018

AuScope Travel Bursaries Take Flight

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In 2016, AuScope awarded three $10,000 travel bursaries to researchers for their outstanding contribution to science using AuScope infrastructure. We caught up with Dr. Simon Johnson, Associate

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14.02.2018

ANU Pack Up Seismic Array in Stunning, Outback SW Queensland

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In October 2017, Australian National University’s (ANU) seismology team conducted a final tour of southwest Queensland, removing seismometers that had been recording local and global earthquakes.

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14.02.2018

If The Old Model Doesn’t Fit, Build A New One

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The 2016 Peterman Ranges earthquake has questioned the established model for intraplate environments, as one of the periodic events occurring on active faults. The work of all the collaborators

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14.02.2018

Continental Breakup Triggering Massive CO2, GHG Emissions

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This article is written by the EarthByte Group and was first published on the EarthByte website. Currently, human activity is the primary driver of elevating atmospheric CO2, but the Earth

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14.02.2018

Heat flow and inferred ground surface temperature history at Tynong North, SE Australia

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G. Beardsmore, M. Sandiford, K. Gordon, M. McLean, S. Egan & S. McLaren (2017) Heat flow and inferred ground surface temperature history at Tynong North, southeastern Australia, Australian

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14.02.2018

Underworld2 Training Lab In The Cloud

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AuScope Simulation and Modelling has built some of the world’s most sophisticated research codes that, in the hands of expert researchers, have been behind many high impact scientific

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23.01.2018

GSV Media Release 23/01/18

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The Geological Survey of Victoria is set to study Victoria’s north-east mountain region to a depth of 50 kilometres below the Earth’s surface, to understand how the state evolved from an […]

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10.10.2017

CEO’s Welcome

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Gravity visualisation on earth’s surface rendered in GPlates desktop software. Image: Dietmar Muller, EarthByte Group at the School of Geosciences, The University of Sydney. Dear AuScope

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