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  • 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.

  • This map is designed to show broad regolith-landform units, giving a regional overview of the main regolith types and their associated landforms.Included are the author's detailed Explanatory Notes to the map.

  • Interpretation report with SAR images across the Great Australian Bight region. Interpretation of anomalies including classification of natural hydrocarbon seepage; basic geographic, well location and seismic data coverages; images of bathymetric, gravimetric and magnetic data; integration of seepage interpretation with geology. Sale prices are listed on the marketing flyer and controlled by the established contractual arrangements, file 1999/743 and 98/580

  • This data package is an archive of geospatially located and other digital geological and geophysical data covering the Tanami Region and north Arunta in the Northern Territory and Western Australia, a portion of the North Australia Project undertaken to understand elements within the North Australia Craton and its margins. It includes themes for a number of regional scale, 1:250 000 scale, and 1:100 000 scale geological map sheets, mineral locations, geophysical images, company drill hole and rock chip locations, company and Geoscience Australia geochemistry, and interpretations and synthesis derived from the data.

  • This data package is an archive of geospatially located and other digital geological and geophysical data covering the Tennant Inlier in the Northern Territory, a portion of the North Australia Project undertaken to understand elements within the North Australia Craton and its boundaries. It includes digital geospatial data and/or images for a number of regional scale, 1:250 000 scale and 1:100 000 scale geological map sheets, mineral locations, geophysical images, company drill hole and rock chip locations, company and Geoscience Australia geochemistry, and other regional themes. It also includes geophysical gravity data acquired by the project in the Tennant Inlier, including an ERMapper data set.

  • This data package is an archive of geospatially located and other digital data covering the southern Arunta region, a portion of the North Australia Project undertaken to understand elements within the North Australia Craton and its boundaries. It includes digital geospatical feature data and /or images for a number of 1:250 000 and 1:100 000 geological maps, mineral locations, geophysical images, company drill hole and rock chip data, geochemistry, and regional themes. It also includes publications and geospatial data relating to the mafic-ultramafic study module in the southern Arunta.

  • Geomorphic banks were mapped in this study based on a GIS analysis of a 100 m bathymetry grid for the Great Barrier Reef produced by Beaman (2010). The bathymetric data were contoured at 5 m intervals and used to interpret the location of geomorphic bank features, defined as having at least one steep (i.e. greater than ~2 degrees) slope rising more than 15 m above the level of surrounding seafloor. All banks were digitised by hand aided using three-dimensional imagery. Bank polygons were created in ArcGIS with the base of slope taken as the outer edge of the bank. Mean bank elevation estimates thus include the bank slopes as well as planar bank-tops. Only banks occurring on the continental shelf of the Great Barrier Reef between the 20 and 200 m isobaths, and between the latitudes of 10 to 25° S were included. Disclaimer: Geoscience Australia gives no warranty regarding the data downloads provided herein nor the data's accuracy, completeness, currency or suitability for any particular purpose. Geoscience Australia disclaims all other liability for all loss, damages, expense and costs incurred by any person as a result of relying on the information in the data downloads.

  • The NGMA Cooper-Eromanga Basins project is a co-operative undertaking between the agencies of the Commonwealth and Queensland, South Australia, New South Wales and Northern Territory governments. The aims of the project are to provide uniform regional data sets and to develop an understanding of the hydrocarbon generation potential of the Cooper and Eromanga Basins. This product provides an interactive environment in a GIS format where gas and oil show data, oil geochemistry data and geological data can be readily interrogated using a project-designed graphical interface

  • The integrated spatial database of geological, geophysical, geochemical and cultural data. Provides users with means of integrating and analysing data for mineral exploration and research. The area covered by GIS encompasses Broken Hill and Euriowie Blocks and comprises six 1:100 000 mapsheets; the Corona, Fowlers Gap, Broken Hill, Taltingan, Redan and Thackaringa.