As part of the NW Mineral Province New Discovery Program, the BRC is compiling an atlas of many of the major deposits in the Northwest Mineral Province.  Outpouts from this project will serve as a resource for explorers to improve their capability to recognise the signatures and haloes of major deposits in the region, and to provide material which is complementary to the core collections being assembled in the Mount Isa Core Library.

Chapter 1 - Introduction Chapter 2 - Mount Isa Chapter 3 - Ernest Henry Chapter 4 - Selwyn Region Chapter 5 - Cannington, Pegmont and Maronan

  coming soon... Ernest Henry 3D Atlas Selwyn Region 3D Atlas

Cannington 3D Atlas

Pegmont 3D Atlas

Maronan 3D Atlas

Chapter 6 - Osborne and Kulthor Chapter 7 - Eloise Chapter 8 - Lady Loretta/Annie Chapter 9 - Gunpowder Chapter 10 - Century-Grevillea

Osborne-Kulthor 3D Atlas Eloise 3D Atlas Lady Loretta/Annie 3D Atlas Gunpowder 3D Atlas Century-Grevillea 3D Atlas
Chapter 11 - George Fisher Chapter 12 - E1 Chapter 13 - Rocklands Chapter 14 - Tick Hill Chapter 15 - Kalman

George Fisher 3D Atlas E1 3D Atlas Rocklands 3D Atlas Tick Hill 3D Atlas Kalman 3D Atlas
Chapter 16 - Dugald River Chapter 17 - Roseby Chapter 18 - Mary Kathleen Chapter 19 - Walford Creek Chapter 20 - Ardmore

Dugald River 3D Atlas Roseby 3D Atlas Mary Kathleen 3D Atlas Walford Creek 3D Atlas Ardmore 3D Atlas
Chapter 21 - Valhalla

Valhalla 3D Atlas

The 3D Atlas datasets are compiled in in Geoscience Analyst, a free 3D visualization and communication software for integrated, multi-disciplinary earth models and data.  Download it here

Project members

Associate Professor Paul Gow

Associate Professor Paul Gow

Acting Group Leader - Total Deposit Knowledge
BRC
Dr Nathan Fox

Dr Nathan Fox

Senior Research Fellow
BRC
Professor Rick Valenta

Professor Rick Valenta

Director
W.H. Bryan Mining & Geology Research Centre
Program Leader
Complex Orebodies strategic initiative program
Acting Director
Julius Kruttschnitt Mineral Research Centre
Dr Mark Hinman

Associate Professor Mark Hinman

Principal Research Fellow
BRC