Articles | Volume 13, issue 4
Method article
 | Highlight paper
29 Apr 2022
Method article | Highlight paper |  | 29 Apr 2022

Establishing an integrated workflow identifying and linking surface and subsurface lineaments for mineral exploration under cover: example from the Gawler Craton, South Australia

Ulrich Kelka, Cericia Martinez, Carmen Krapf, Stefan Westerlund, Ignacio Gonzalez-Alvarez, Mark Pawley, and Clive Foss

Data sets

PACE Copper Gawler Craton Airborne Survey, Region 9A L. F. Katona, G. D. Reed, M. F. Hutchens, M. Baigent, P. Spencer, and M. Lees

Model code and software

FracG. v1. U. Kelka and S. Westerlund

Short summary
The insights of this study will help to improve our understanding on how to identify basement linear structures and how these lineaments could be related to surface lineaments or geology in the context of the Central Gawler Craton, South Australia. This contribution suggests a targeting concept for identifying the structural footprint of subsurface mineral systems by combining remotely sensed data corresponding to surface and subsurface features.