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Geoscience Event

Surficial Coastal Geology of NSW

Published: 17th November 2015

New coastal geology mapping products were released by the Geological Survey of NSW (GSNSW) at the 24th NSW Coastal Conference in Forster last week.


Geological Survey showcases projects and new executive at SMEDG

Published: 11th November 2015

The Geological Survey of New South Wales will showcase its key projects and new leadership team on Thursday, 26th November 2015 at the Sydney Mineral Exploration Discussion Group monthly meeting.

Brad and Paul

Geological Survey of NSW welcomes two new Directors

Published: 6th November 2015

The Geological Survey of NSW has welcomed two new Directors this week: Dr Brad Ilg and Paul Dale.


Bob Musgrave’s all Aussie adventures

Published: 5th November 2015

A Geological Survey of NSW Research Scientist has been selected by the Australian Society of Exploration Geophysicists to present courses around Australia.

Map Talk

Earth Science Week

Published: 16th October 2015

To celebrate and promote Earth Science Week and the 2015 theme 'Visualising Earth Systems', The Geological Survey of NSW has been involved in three public events.

Core Library Londonderry

Drill core library building structure and roof installation complete

Published: 12th October 2015

Work on the major upgrade of the W B Clarke Geoscience Centre at Londonderry has reached another milestone, with the new building's portal frame successfully erected and placement of the roof sheeting completed.


Celebrating Earth Science Week

Published: 12th October 2015 The world's first ever nationwide geology map will be celebrated on its bicentenary at a Newcastle public seminar.
MRA Briefing

Mineral Resource Audit Stage 1 completed

Published: 8th September 2015

Stage 1 of the Mineral Resource Audit (MRA) Presentations to Government Planners Project is now complete following 16 presentations to 52 NSW councils, with over 100 council representatives in attendance.

NSW basin volume model

3D geology lends a hand to under-cover mineral exploration

Published: 2nd September 2015

The Geological Survey of NSW is conducting 3D mapping of post-Carboniferous cover in NSW to help the mineral explorers gauge the depth of sedimentary cover over the highly mineralised Lachlan Orogen and the prospective Thomson Orogen.