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  • 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.

  • Arcview GIS containing a regolith-landfrom map with associated site database. Most sites have a field photograph hot linked into the GIS. Complementary datasets include, digital elevation model and enhanced Landsat TM imagery.

  • The GIS database for the Broken Hill Managed Aquifer Recharge (BHMAR) project contains the spatial data associated with the project including interpreted products derived to identify groundwater resource and managed aquifer recharge targets in the Darling River floodplain study area. Themes include airborne electromagnetics (AEM), boreholes, surface topography (including LiDAR), geology and geomorphology, hydrology, hydrostratigraphy, hydrogeology and vegetation. The data is stored in an ArcGIS geodatabase in both vector and raster formats and metadata can be accessed using ArcCatalog.

  • This GIS dataset shows where Geoscience Australia (GA) has acquired regional seismic reflection data as a part of Australian Government's Onshore Energy Security Program (OESP) in collaboration with State and Territory geological surveys, AuScope and Australian National Seismic Imaging Resource (ANSIR). During 2006-2011 GA collected over 6,500 line kilometres of new world-class seismic reflection data within Australia for use by industry and government. This dataset is generated from files containing CDP (Common Depth Point) coordinates of all OESP seismic surveys. The CDP line is a curve of best fit through the midpoints between sources and receivers, which optimises the fold of the data while minimising the subsurface area of reflections contributing to each nominal CDP. Each trace (source-receiver pair) is allocated to the nearest CDP bin to its midpoint. The interval between each CDP traces is 20 metres.

  • This record describes digital data compilation product, where several individual items are grouped for delivery on single CD-ROM. Content and number of items included in the compilation package can vary, depending on size of the individual items. The contents of this CD-ROM are as follows: Catalog # Title 21251 Antrim 100k 21250 Cow Creek 100k 21253 Gordon Downs 100k 21249 Halls Creek 100k 21254 Nicholson 100k 21248 Ruby Plains 100k 36853 Gordon Downs, second edition 250k

  • These data are a digital representation of information depicted on printed maps from the Australia 1:250 000 Geological Series produced by AGSO and the Northern Territory Geological Survey (NTGS) between 1963 and 1998. The data are in a tiled format and are not seamless, although basic edgematching has been done where possible. Tiles are arranged according to the standard Australian 1:250 000 sheet breakup. The complete dataset is comprised of the 90 tiles covering the Northern Territory.

  • These data are a digital representation of information depicted on printed maps from the Australia 1:250 000 Geological Series produced by AGSO and the Northern Territory Geological Survey (NTGS) between 1963 and 1998. The data are in a tiled format and are not seamless, although basic edgematching has been done where possible. Tiles are arranged according to the standard Australian 1:250 000 sheet breakup. The complete dataset is comprised of the 90 tiles covering the Northern Territory.

  • These data are a digital representation of information depicted on printed maps from the Australia 1:250 000 Geological Series produced by AGSO and the Northern Territory Geological Survey (NTGS) between 1963 and 1998. The data are in a tiled format and are not seamless, although basic edgematching has been done where possible. Tiles are arranged according to the standard Australian 1:250 000 sheet breakup. The complete dataset is comprised of the 90 tiles covering the Northern Territory.

  • These data are a digital representation of information depicted on printed maps from the Australia 1:250 000 Geological Series produced by AGSO and the Northern Territory Geological Survey (NTGS) between 1963 and 1998. The data are in a tiled format and are not seamless, although basic edgematching has been done where possible. Tiles are arranged according to the standard Australian 1:250 000 sheet breakup. The complete dataset is comprised of the 90 tiles covering the Northern Territory.

  • These data are a digital representation of information depicted on printed maps from the Australia 1:250 000 Geological Series produced by AGSO and the Northern Territory Geological Survey (NTGS) between 1963 and 1998. The data are in a tiled format and are not seamless, although basic edgematching has been done where possible. Tiles are arranged according to the standard Australian 1:250 000 sheet breakup. The complete dataset is comprised of the 90 tiles covering the Northern Territory.