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Geological Survey of Queensland (GSQ)
Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy, Queensland Government
The Geological Survey of Queensland (GSQ) provides geoscience and resource information to improve the understanding of the geology and minerals and energy resource potential of Queensland, and promotes the geoscientific data and exploration potential to attract investment. The GSQ was founded in 1868 and as such is one of the longest established government agency's in Queensland.
Key science sectors
Strengths and capabilities
- Minerals geoscience
- Coal geoscience
- Petroleum and gas geoscience
- Resource planning
- Field mapping
- Prospectivity modelling
- Geoscience analysis and interpretation
- Investment promotion
- Project collaboration and support
- Graphic and spatial delivery and database management
Facilities and major equipment
- Exploration Data Centre
- John Campbell Miles Drill Core Facility
- Hylogger Scanning Services
Number of research staff
20-100 research staff
Level 12, 61 Mary Street, Brisbane, 4000
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