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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.

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  • Argo Offshore Resource Map Series 1:1m

  • Bathurst NSW regolith-landforms map 1:250 000

  • The 1:250 000 maps show the type and distribution of 51 regolith-landform units with unique dominant regolith-landform associations, and are a subset of the 205 mapping units on the six 1:100 000 maps. These units are distinct patterns of recurring landform elements with characteristic regolith associations. Geomorphic symbols indicate the location and type of geomorphic activity. The maps present a systematic analysis and interpretation of 1:89 000 scale 1973 RC9 aerial photography, 1:100 000 scale topographic maps (AUSLIG), and field mapping data. High resolution (250m line spacing) airborne gamma-ray spectrometry and magnetics (Geoterrex) were used where applicable

  • The objectives of hydrogeologically mapping the Murray basin were to generate a set of maps at 1:250 000 scale to: - show the influence of groundwater on land salinisation and surface water salinity - delineate useable groundwater resources - highlight present and potential salinity hazard and - enhance community awareness and understanding of groundwater systems and processes and provide a groundwater data-base for the Murray Basin to facilitate land and water resource management decisions. The production of the Murray Basin Hydrogeological Map Series was a major coordinated Government action in the management of groundwater to combat degradation through salinisation and enable sustainable land and water use in the Murray Basin. The Hydrogeological Map Series was a collaborative effort between the various water authorities of South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales. Explaining this product in detail is an article by Evans, W.R. 1992, "The Murray Basin Hydrogeological Map Series", Water pp. 20-23.

  • This product has been archived and while it is still available for download, Geoscience Australia can no longer offer related support or advice. The objectives of hydrogeologically mapping the Murray basin were to generate a set of maps at 1:250 000 scale to: - show the influence of groundwater on land salinisation and surface water salinity - delineate useable groundwater resources - highlight present and potential salinity hazard and - enhance community awareness and understanding of groundwater systems and processes and provide a groundwater data-base for the Murray Basin to facilitate land and water resource management decisions. The production of the Murray Basin Hydrogeological Map Series was a major coordinated Government action in the management of groundwater to combat degradation through salinisation and enable sustainable land and water use in the Murray Basin. The Hydrogeological Map Series was a collaborative effort between the various water authorities of South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales. Explaining this product in detail is an article by Evans, W.R. 1992, "The Murray Basin Hydrogeological Map Series", Water pp. 20-23.

  • The Orange 1:100,000 regolith-landform map illustrates the distribution of regolith materials and the landforms on which they occur, described using the RTMAP scheme developed by Geoscience Australia

  • This module is part of the AGSO-APIRA Australian Petroleum Systems Project. Eight basin modules were examined which covered almost the entire North West Shelf, the Petrel Sub-basiTn, as well as the Papuan basin in PNG. Two relational databases were established containing the biostratigraphic data (STRATDAT) and reservoir, facies and hydrocarbon shows data (RESFACS). These databases were linked by application programs which allow time series searching using geologically intelligent routines. Petroleum systems analyses were conducted on each area, with key results focussing upon the comparison of source quality and timing of generation between similar systems in different areas.