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  • This dataset attempts to reflect the boundaries of claimant applications for Native Title as per the Register of Native Title Claims (s185, Native Title Act; Commonwealth). This is a national dataset but data is stored by jurisdiction (State), for ease of use. Applications stored for each jurisdiction dataset include applications which overlap into adjoining jurisdictions as well as applications which overlap with these. This dataset depicts the spatial record of registered claimant applications. Aspatial attribution includes National Native Title Tribunal number, Federal Court number, application status and the names of both the NNTT Case Manager and Lead Member assigned to the application. Applicants of registered applications have the Right To Negotiate (RTN) with respect to certain types of Future Acts over the area being claimed. Whilst applications that are determined are recorded on a separate register, all registered applications remain on the Register of Native Title Claims until otherwise finalised.

  • This dataset reflects the external boundaries of all native title determination and compensation applications that are currently recognized and active within the Federal Court process. Applications that are non-active (i.e. withdrawn, dismissed, finalised, rejected or combined) are only included as aspatial records for completeness. This is a national dataset with data partitioned by jurisdiction (State), for ease of use. Applications stored for each jurisdiction dataset include applications which overlap into adjoining jurisdictions as well as applications which overlap with these for completeness. This dataset depicts the spatial definition of active Claimant and Non-claimant native title determination applications and compensation applications. Where possible these may include internal boundaries or areas excluded. Aspatial attribution includes National Native Title Tribunal number, Federal Court number, application status and the names of both the NNTT Case Manager and Lead Member where assigned to the application. Applications included on the Schedule of Native Title (Federal Court) include all registered and unregistered applications as well as determined applications that are yet to be finalized.

  • This dataset reflects the external boundaries of all native title determination and compensation applications that are currently recognized and active within the Federal Court process. Applications that are non-active (i.e. withdrawn, dismissed, finalised, rejected or combined) are only included as aspatial records for completeness. This is a national dataset with data partitioned by jurisdiction (State), for ease of use. Applications stored for each jurisdiction dataset include applications which overlap into adjoining jurisdictions as well as applications which overlap with these for completeness. This dataset depicts the spatial definition of active Claimant and Non-claimant native title determination applications and compensation applications. Where possible these may include internal boundaries or areas excluded. Aspatial attribution includes National Native Title Tribunal number, Federal Court number, application status and the names of both the NNTT Case Manager and Lead Member where assigned to the application. Applications included on the Schedule of Native Title (Federal Court) include all registered and unregistered applications as well as determined applications that are yet to be finalized.

  • Product Specifications Coverage: Partial coverage, predominantly in northern Australia, along major transport routes, and other selected areas. About 1000 maps have been published to date. Currency: Ranges from 1968 to 2006. Coordinates: Geographical and UTM. Datum: AGD66, new edition WGS84; AHD. Projection: Universal Transverse Mercator UTM. Medium: Paper, flat copies only.

  • At this scale 1cm on the map represents 1km on the ground. Each map covers a minimum area of 0.5 degrees longitude by 0.5 degrees latitude or about 54 kilometres by 54 kilometres. The contour interval is 20 metres. Many maps are supplemented by hill shading. These maps contain natural and constructed features including road and rail infrastructure, vegetation, hydrography, contours, localities and some administrative boundaries. Product Specifications Coverage: Australia is covered by more than 3000 x 1:100 000 scale maps, of which 1600 have been published as printed maps. Unpublished maps are available as compilations. Currency: Ranges from 1961 to 2009. Average 1997. Coordinates: Geographical and either AMG or MGA coordinates. Datum: AGD66, GDA94; AHD Projection: Universal Transverse Mercator UTM. Medium: Printed maps: Paper, flat and folded copies. Compilations: Paper or film, flat copies only.

  • Deposition of Neoproterozoic sedimentary rocks within the Yeneena Basin of the Paterson Province is interpreted to have taken place within a rift setting, controlled by NNW-trending, normal faults. The position of these structures appears to be reflected by thickness variations in the basal Coolbro Sandstone. The basin fill comprises of: 1. Taliwanya Fm: locally developed, immature, coarse conglomerate unconformably overlying basement; rapidly passes up section into laminated sandstones and shales. Interpreted here to have been deposited near basin-controlling faults, reflecting rapid initial subsidence; 2. Coolbro Sandstone: thick, (up to 2.5km) regionally extensive fluviatile sandstone which fines upwards; 3. Broadhurst Fm: thinly laminated sandstones, siltstones and black shales with discontinuous carbonate lenses, generally fines upwards; 4. Isdell Fm: deep water carbonate with a higher silt component in the upper parts; 5. Malu Fm: turbiditic sandstone interbedded with calcareous siltstones; 6. Puntapunta Fm: finely bedded silty to sandy carbonate; and 7. Wilki Fm: Mature quartzitic sandstone comprised of upward-coarsening fine to coarse sandstone couplets overlain by a finer-grained Siliciclastic unit (Kaliranu Member). This sequence is interpreted to represent a super-sequence with internal higher order cyclicity cf. two broadly coeval packages, as previously suggested. In this study, the package is an overall transgressive sequence from the base of the Taliwanya Fm and Coolbro Sandstone to the deep water tempestites of the Broadhurst Fm and then an overall regressive package terminating at the top of the sandstone of the Wilki Fm. SHRIMP U-Pb zircon geochronology indicates the Yeneena Basin was deposited between ~900 and ~830 Ma, during the initial stages of Rodinia breakup. The maximum depositional ages of the Coolbro Sandstone and the Puntapunta Fm are ~910 Ma and ~850 Ma respectively, based on detrital zircon ages. Minimum ages for the Isdell Fm are provided by monzonite and gabbro intrusives with ages of ~830 Ma. Assuming the basin represents one super-sequence (which normally occur on the order of 10-20Ma) the best estimate of basin formation can be restricted to between ~850 and 830 Ma. The relationship between the Yeneena Basin and the Tarcunyah Group (currently interpreted as part of the Officer Basin) is unclear. The Tarcunyah Group consists of a basal sandstone that overlies the Pilbara Craton and fines upwards into siltstone, and an interbedded series of carbonate and sandstone. Although the Tarcunyah Group is presently in fault contact with the Yeneena Basin along the Vines/McKay fault system, it is possible that this unit represents a lateral facies equivalent to the Yeneena Basin and/or the sag phase of the basin. Both the Yeneena Basin and Tarcunyah Group underwent inversion during the ~650 Ma SW-directed Miles Orogeny. Deformation is characterised by dextral movement along the NNW-striking Vines Fault on the western margin of the basin, and SW-vergent thrust faulting on the McKay Fault system in the south. Towards the NE, away from these loci of deformation, the structural style is dominated by NW-trending, doubly plunging folds. Basin-forming normal faults were reactivated as dextral and reverse oblique slip faults during the Miles Orogeny and controlled the location of greatest basin inversion. Thrust faulting was predominantly accommodated along NW-SE oriented structures parallel to the structural grain of the underlying Rudall Complex. Structures are most complex in the vicinity of the Vines Fault, where two fold trends are evident: a NNW-striking set overprinted by a WNW trending set. Since these two fold trends are absent in areas away from the Vines Fault, this complexity is attributed to progressive dextral deformation adjacent to the fault....

  • This map was produced for Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and shows Australia's maritime boundaries in the Timor Sea.

  • This dataset attempts to reflect the boundaries of claimant applications for Native Title as per the Register of Native Title Claims (s185, Native Title Act; Commonwealth). This is a national dataset but data is stored by jurisdiction (State), for ease of use. Applications stored for each jurisdiction dataset include applications which overlap into adjoining jurisdictions as well as applications which overlap with these. This dataset depicts the spatial record of registered claimant applications. Aspatial attribution includes National Native Title Tribunal number, Federal Court number, application status and the names of both the NNTT Case Manager and Lead Member assigned to the application. Applicants of registered applications have the Right To Negotiate (RTN) with respect to certain types of Future Acts over the area being claimed. Whilst applications that are determined are recorded on a separate register, all registered applications remain on the Register of Native Title Claims until otherwise finalised.

  • A Nd-Sm isochron from apatite in apatite-chalcopyrite veins mostly in the footwall to the Nifty deposit indicates an age of 791 ± 43 Ma. As this apatite is paragenetically associated with chalcopyrite in the veins and in the ore zone, this age is interpreted as the best estimate for the timing of mineralisation at the Nifty deposit. Consideration of the temporal evolution of Nd values precludes deposition of the apatite significantly younger than 800 Ma. The U-Pb systematics of the apatite have been disturbed, resulting mostly in highly scattered arrays that do not have geologic significance. Observations on primary fluid inclusions in quartz from the apatite veins suggest low temperature, relatively high salinity brines. These observations, the geochronological constraints and large ranges in sulphur isotope values suggest that the Nifty deposit formed early, possibly diagenetically, from low temperature, relatively oxidised fluids. This inference is consistent with the original model for the Nifty deposit (Haynes et al., 1993) though less consistent with the tectonic model proposed by Anderson et al. (2001). Structural modelling assuming that mineralisation is early shows that the north trend of ore shoots reported previously on the northeastern limb of the Nifty Anticline is consistent with control by antithetic normal faults developed during basin formation. If this model is correct, these antithetic normal faults would trend west-southwest on the southwestern limb of the Nifty Anticline. This trend has not been adequately drill-tested, and provides scope for additional near-mine exploration on the southwestern limb of the Nifty Anticline.

  • This dataset reflects the external boundaries of all native title determination and compensation applications that are currently recognized and active within the Federal Court process. Applications that are non-active (i.e. withdrawn, dismissed, finalised, rejected or combined) are only included as aspatial records for completeness. This is a national dataset with data partitioned by jurisdiction (State), for ease of use. Applications stored for each jurisdiction dataset include applications which overlap into adjoining jurisdictions as well as applications which overlap with these for completeness. This dataset depicts the spatial definition of active Claimant and Non-claimant native title determination applications and compensation applications. Where possible these may include internal boundaries or areas excluded. Aspatial attribution includes National Native Title Tribunal number, Federal Court number, application status and the names of both the NNTT Case Manager and Lead Member where assigned to the application. Applications included on the Schedule of Native Title (Federal Court) include all registered and unregistered applications as well as determined applications that are yet to be finalized.