GSWA

AcronymDefinition
GSWAGreat Swamp Watershed Association
GSWAGeological Survey of Western Australia
GSWAGerman South West Africa
GSWAGlasgow Society of Women Artists (UK)
GSWAGraduate Social Work Association
GSWAGalvanized Steel Wire Armour
GSWAGeneralized Sliding Window Algorithm
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Caption: Figure 8: Multiple-year averaged monthly variations of TWSA and its components (SMA, SWEA, and inverse GSWA) as well as precipitation in the three subregions.
Thanks largely to the efforts of GSWA, we re nearing the end of what many geoscientists call the cartoon era of two-dimensional mapping, Mr Marmion said.
GSWA has built water-monitoring stations on all five of the watershed's streams, and completed detailed water-quality analysis on four of the five.
Inspired by the Ten Towns Committee and GSWA, other regional watershed groups have formed in New Jersey: the Rockaway River Cabinet, the Whippany River Action Committee, the Raritan Highlands Compact.
GSWA s main role is to provide world-class geoscience information, Mr Marmion said.
DeVito has been chosen as the guest of honor for the Great Swamp Watershed Association's (GSWA) 2012 Gala Celebration.
While each year provides a new opportunity for GSWA to honor a significant figure from within New Jersey's environmental community, the gala also has become the organization's most important annual fundraising event.
Dee also serve as officers on GSWA's Board of Trustees.
Significantly, mapping by the Geological Survey of WA (GSWA) has confirmed the presence of hematite and goethite deposits on the newly acquired area.
GSWA sampling has recorded a grade of 52.7%Fe in a goethite outcrop on the western margin of the exploration licence but no other iron exploration is recorded on the tenement which remains untested.
Meteoric's focus here is on iron oxide-copper-gold (IOCG) targets similar to Prominent Hill in South Australia and Ernest Henry in Queensland and also on following up geochemical anomalies identified by the Geological Survey of WA (GSWA).A gravity survey (stations on 200m centres) over a prominent 3km-long aeromagnetic anomaly (amplitude 1000nT) obscured by sand cover has outlined an adjacent and partly overlapping 2km-long gravity anomaly (amplitude 2mgals).
J, 1970, Iron Deposits of the Robinson Range, Peak Hill Goldfields, WA (GSWA Record 1970/60), observed that iron formations (comprising of varying amounts of Hematite, Magnetite, Quartz, Biotite & Actinolite) range up to 30m or more in thickness.