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AGL’s aeromagnetic survey

Gloucester Basin

Information the following information was provided by AGL

The helicopter began collection geological data last week north of Stroud Road and will now move north towards Gloucester.

The flying, which is only performed when weather conditions permit, is expected to take another three to four weeks to complete.

All work is being conducted from 9am to 4pm, Monday to Friday, and from 9am to 1pm on Saturdays. The News section of the Gloucester website at http://www.agl.com.au/Gloucester is being regularly updated to show the completed and upcoming flight path.

More information is also available by ringing 1300 886 170

 

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One Comment on “AGL’s aeromagnetic survey”

  1. Brett Cooper June 3, 2013 at 2:01 pm #

    Hi SCW, Please note my response to AGL last week when they failed to stay within their agreed geological mapping boundaries.

    To AGL:
    Hi Therese,
    Appreciate the update,
    Though can I confirm the aerial geological data mapping actually extended down as far as Mammy Johnson’s Creek which is about half way into Stroud Road. The ‘circle round’ of the helicopter was undertaken over the creek itself with the mapping beginning inline with what looked to be the Stroud Road Hall.

    I must advise you, the locals I spoke with on the day were not impressed especially after being advised of the intended mapping path!

    It does seem as though AGL are trying to squeeze the maximum area out of the agreement?

    Please note photos & video were taken on the day.

    Please advise

    Regards
    Brett

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