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MRIWA project M0514 was featured in an in-depth news article published in The West Australian.

The article focuses on MRIWA project M0514 – Novel seismic methodologies for exploration of mineral resources in a hypersaline environment.

Curtin University researchers have developed a new technology for detecting seismic energy as it passes through rocks and soil beneath the surface.

MRIWA chief executive Nicole Roocke and Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Johnston were interviewed in the article.

Nicole Roocke explained how the technology has “the potential to revolutionise how seismic surveys are done”.

The article demonstrates the value of MRIWA funded projects to benefit Western Australia minerals research.

To read the article > The West Australian News Article

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Follow this link to The West Australian article > https://thewest.com.au/business/mining/new-seismic-survey-technology-could-revolutionise-exploration-c-6483780

Permission to share the article was granted by the author of the article and The West Australian.

Page was last reviewed 20 April 2022

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