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  • The Georgina Basin Geoscience Data Package is a geospatial data compilation for the Georgina Basin, with a focus on the southern part of the basin. The data set includes three components: an ARC-GIS package (that includes geochemistry, biostratigraphy, formation top picks, hydrocarbon shows, XRD data, ICPMS data, SEM-EDX data, geomechanics data, well header information, Geoscience Australia maps, map products and geophysics), a seismic data compilation (incorporating existing publicly-available seismic data from the southern Georgina Basin, and a well folio (summarising in graphic form the key stratigraphic, geochemical, biostratigraphic, hydrocarbon shows, wireline log, porosity, permeability and HyLogger data for 29 wells in the southern Georgina Basin). The data package has been put together to assist explorers in understanding the conventional and unconventional hydrocarbon potential of the Georgina Basin.

  • PLEASE NOTE: These data have been updated. See Related Links for new data. Geodatabase of the Commonwealth Seas and Submerged Lands Act 1973 - An Act relating to Sovereignty in respect of certain Waters of the Sea and in respect of the Airspace over, and the Sea bed and Subsoil beneath, those Waters and to Sovereign Rights in respect of the Continental Shelf and the Exclusive Economic Zone and to certain rights of control in respect of the Contiguous Zone.

  • PLEASE NOTE: These data have been updated. See Related Links for new data. Geodatabase of the Commonwealth Coastal Waters (State/Territory Powers) Act 1980 - An Act to extend the legislative powers of the States/Northern Territory in and in relation to coastal waters.

  • The 'Major crustal boundaries of Australia' map synthesizes more than 30 years of acquisition of deep seismic reflection data across Australia, where major crustal-scale breaks have been interpreted in the seismic reflection profiles, often inferred to be relict sutures between different crustal blocks. The widespread coverage of the seismic profiles now provides the opportunity to construct a map of major crustal boundaries across Australia. Starting with the locations of the crustal breaks identified in the seismic profiles, geological (e.g. outcrop mapping, drill hole, geochronology, isotope) and geophysical (e.g. gravity, aeromagnetic, magnetotelluric) data are used to map the crustal boundaries, in map view, away from the seismic profiles. For some of these boundaries, a high level of confidence can be placed on the location, whereas the location of other boundaries can only be considered to have medium or low confidence. In other areas, especially in regions covered by thick sedimentary successions, the locations of some crustal boundaries are essentially unconstrained. The 'Major crustal boundaries of Australia' map shows the locations of inferred ancient plate boundaries, and will provide constraints on the three dimensional architecture of Australia. It allows a better understanding of how the Australian continent was constructed from the Mesoarchean through to the Phanerozoic, and how this evolution and these boundaries have controlled metallogenesis. It is best viewed as a dynamic dataset, which will have to be further refined and updated as new information such as seismic reflection data becomes available.

  • ASEG 2012 digital data for conference delegates stored on 8GB USB stick. Two directories - GIS_data & PDF_maps. The GIS_data diectory contains AEM data from the three OESP AEM surveys; 5th edition magnetic grid, 2nd edition radiometric grids and bandpass filtered and isostatic gravity grids at a national scale; locations of onshore seismic lines (Geocat 32407). A sub-directory containing survey metadata on open-file airborne geophysical surveys in MapInfo/Shape formats. A sub-directory containing mineral occurrence data in MapInfo/Shape formats. A sub-directory containing surface geology datasets a 1:1M and 1:2.5M scales. A sub-directory containing the Global Map 1:1M scale (Geocat 48006) dataset of administrative boundaries, drainage, transportation and population centres. The PDF_Maps directory contains A0 & A3 scale maps of the national magnetic, radiometric and gravity datasets. Maps of mines and mineral occurrences at a national scale and index maps of the airborne geophysical and gravity surveys coverage of the continent.

  • The GIS is based on the "Mount Isa Inlier and Environs" 1:500 000 scale map (published in 1987), which was digitised and verified against geochemical and mineral deposit point data. A series of interpretative geological and geochemical coverages were derived from these map data and point datasets such as ROCKCHEM, OZCHRON, and MINERAL DEPOSITS. Geophysical byte images provide broad regional views showing the concealed extent of the province.

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  • Manila Lidar Project 2011 Resupply of data from Fugro Spatial. Lidar coverage updated for seperate classification of water and bare earth. This dataset will be superseded with a new surfaces recognising water classification and hydro flatening.

  • Outcrop geology was obtained directly from the following 1:250 000 map sheets: Marble Bar, Nullagine, Port Hedland and Yarrie. This dataset consists of both raster and vector data. Raster data which is unsigned 8 bit integer, can be viewed in Arc/Info, ArcView, MapInfo, ERMapper, ERViewer and ArcExplorer. Raster data which is 4 byte real data, can only be viewed and manipulated with an image processing package such as ERMapper.