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World Wind maps of the Pilbara


Here are images from World Wind. You can find them in this dynamic 3D visualisation tool by going to Western Australia, finding Port Hedland and Marble bar as you 'fly down' into the north-west of the state and locating a curve that forms approximately the letter C near the North Pole Dome. Access these maps by selecting 'layers' on the far left top of the application, then click on the chevron by 'zoom it' and then on the chevron by 'Australia'. The four maps are there. The gravity and magnetic ones should be viewed on a regional basis. The geology and topographic maps remain clear further down than World Wind can reach. The Virtual Field Trip tool takes over the last part down to ground level in these locations.

A satellite image of the Pilbara
A satellite image of the Pilbara
A geological map of the Pilbara
A geological map of the Pilbara
A regional satellite image of the Pilbara
A regional satellite image of the Pilbara
A gravity map of the Pilbara
A gravity map of the Pilbara
A magnetic map of the Pilbara
A magnetic map of the Pilbara

The non-satellite images were supplied by the Geological Survey of Western Australia.

Contents


Introduction

Context

Early Life

Evidence

Acknowledgements

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