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Associate Professor Tom Raimondo is a geologist and geochemist at the University of South Australia and is in the initial phases of documenting the landscapes that will be used in creating a virtual tour of the region. That discovery at the Ediacara minefield in Nilpena was the first time the fossilised remains of an entire community of soft-bodied creatures had been found anywhere in the world.
In the virtual tour, viewers will be able to explore the Flinders Ranges, including that fossil site, through 3D fly-through simulations that will deliver birds-eye views of the landscape.
Other destinations to be featured will include Wilpena Pound, Lake Acraman and the fossil geothermal site at Arkaroola, which is the longest known active geothermal region anywhere on Earth. Each week we will bring our readers regional news stories that matter as well as some inspirational tales of individuals and communities doing what country people do best — having a go.
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