HyLoggerTM is a non-destructive hyperspectral scanning system capturing high-resolution imagery and spectroscopic data. These data can be interpreted to understand the mineralogical composition of scanned drill core.
The Northern Territory Geological Survey (NTGS) encourages Industry and Research groups to submit drill core for scanning using the HyLoggerTM.
The NTGS HyLogger is one node of the National Virtual Core Library (NVCL). The NVCL is a collaborative research infrastructure project funded by the Federal Government’s National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS). CSIRO, AuScope and most of the State and Territory geological surveys form part of this collaboration value-adding to the nation’s legacy drill core.
The NVCL Database is accessible through the Australian Geoscience Information Network (AusGIN) comprising data from all the surveys.
Hypersectral data from over 145,000m of drillcore from over 500 drill holes within the NT has been acquired through the HyLoggerTM.
The NTGS produces interpreted datasets from the acquired data released as Hylogger Data Packages (HDP) and NTGS Records. Many of these HDPs are interpreted data from drillholes co-funded by the NT Government through the Geophysics and Drilling Collaborations program.
To check if a hole has been scanned, view the Core Library (COREDAT) layer on STRIKE.
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