geophysical measurement
category : 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4
studies : 264 265 263 265 201 209 250 225 48 265 225 200 201 209 250 264 265 261 39 264 265 225 263 262
topics :
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        200Seismic surveys and marine life: Why does the 'noise' mask the science and the industry experience?, PESA News Resources, pages 36-41.
        201Early dipmeters and new tricks with old dips - part 1, PESA News Resources, pages 26-29.
        209Early dipmeters and new tricks with old dips - part 2, PESA News Resources, pages 78-85.
        223Numerical modelling of the western Hodgkinson Province, northeast Queensland: implications for gold mineralisation, Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, pages 27-47.
        225New technologies and techniques in land seismic acquisition, PESA News Resources, pages 71-72.
        236Working with your own data: a rational approach to a digital learning and research framework for Australian geology students, 1st Australian Geoscience Teaching Workshop, pages 28.
        249Clustering of cumulative grainsize distribution curves for shallow-marine samples with software program CLARA., Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, pages 503-519.
        250Geoelectrical imaging of a thick regolith developed on ultramafic rocks: groundwater influence., Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, pages 773-781.
        261Assessing the recent (1834 - 2002) morphological evolution of a rapidly prograding delta within a GIS framework: Macquarie rivulet delta, Lake Illawarra, New South Wales, Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, pages 1047-1056.
        262Trimble increases gold mine productivity in Africa - ""There's gold in those hills" - and Trimble GPS is helping find it., Technology & more, pages 4.
        263The story of a volcano, using Trimble GPS to monitor Mount St. Helens., Technology & more, pages 6-7.
        264GPS database key to avalanche predictions, Technology & more, pages 20.
        265Mapping the Nation's treasures, Technology & more, pages 4.
        266Trimble 3D scanner probes Ramses' royal tomb, Technology & more, pages 16 to 17.
        39The Digital Revolution, Position, pages 66-68.
        48Thermodynamic modelling of lode gold deposits in Archaen granitoids: Woodcutters and Lady Bountiful mines, Kalgoorlie region, Western Australia., Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, pages 431-438.

        This cross-reference of bibliographic records was enclosed in a Thomson EndNote database (lastly: c2008003.enl) which uses the EndNote XML export (version 14.0) file . It relies on additional XML elements added to the research notes field of a bibliographic record, nominating the categories to which the reference is relevant. These categories are from the Field Geologist's Manual (Monograph 9, AusIMM) and re-used in Table 11 (review of computing application against geophysical measurement) of the Grimoire of Geological Computing. The XML elements are an agglomeration of examples from Ray and Ray 2002; with Howlett and Dunmall 2000. I am still waiting on an available and published XML grammar that is geologically succinct with free documentation to replace these elements.