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October 7th, 2011
Airborne Geophysical Survey Data Sets Released in NZ

All data from Glass Earth Gold’s aerial geophysical survey of Otago has now been fully released so the scientific community and general public can benefit from the rich information found in the $5 million project, Glass Earth Gold CEO Simon Henderson said today. Glass Earth has flown two of New Zealand’s largest airborne geophysical surveys covering the Central Volcanic region in 2005 and the Otago region in 2007. “The enormous data sets from these surveys have been progressively released and are now fully available to the scientific communities and general public for further analysis and interrogation’’, Mr Henderson said. Read MOre