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  • Place Name Search application using Gazetteer of Australia data. The application allows users to search, select and export Gazetted place names, within an interactive map. Application is available at http://www.ga.gov.au/placename.

  • Online map index of 1:50 000 scale topographic map sheets covering Australia. The application allows users to search, select and download 50k topographic maps with redirection to the relevant eCat record. This is available as an interactive web map.

  • <p>The Australian Stratigraphic Units Database (ASUD) is the national authority on stratigraphic names in Australia. It originated as the National Register of Stratigraphic Names in 1949. The register was originally set up to help geoscientists adhere to the then newly created Australian Code of Stratigraphic Nomenclature (Lenz, et al, 1996). All information was held in a card file system until 1979 when the database was first developed electronically. The database now records information on all Australian stratigraphic units and their usage in published literature. <p>The database contains about 17500 currently approved stratigraphic names and over 36000 variations, most of which are superseded, obsolete, or misspelt versions of the current names. This information is based on over 16000 published references. <p>The database is maintained by Geoscience Australia on behalf of the Australian Stratigraphy Commission, a standing committee of the Geological Society of Australia. <p>Procedures can be queried at: http://www.ga.gov.au/data-pubs/datastandards/stratigraphic-units? <p>Data can be queried and downloaded at the ASUD website at: https://asud.ga.gov.au/ <p>Email contact: stratnames@ga.gov.au

  • Geoscience Australia (GA), in partnership with the Bushfire & Natural Hazard CRC, has made available the Australian Exposure Information Platform (AEIP), for users to access nationally consistent exposure information.

  • Online map index of 1:1 million scale topographic map sheets covering Australia. The application allows users to search, select and download 1 million scale topographic maps with redirection to the relevant eCat record. This is available as an interactive web map.

  • A publicly available AGOL Dashboard that periodically updates to show the status of requests made to the Australian Exposure Information Platform (AEIP), categorised as Running, Queued and Completed (www.aeip.ga.gov.au)

  • Digital Earth Australia Hotspots is a national bushfire monitoring system that provides timely information about hotspots to emergency service managers across Australia. The mapping system uses satellite sensors to detect areas producing high levels of infrared radiation (called Hotspots) to allow users to identify potential fire locations with a possible risk to communities and property. Digital Earth Australia Hotspots is not published in real time and should not be used for safety of life decisions.

  • Geoscience Australia’s Historical Aerial Photography Program currently involves scanning and georeferencing old flight diagrams to enable the digitising and positioning of historical aerial photographs for easy discovery and download. Accurate digital mapping of GA’s aerial photography collection will make catalogue searches easier and the collection more accessible to the public. This story map presents an interactive history of aerial photography, a background of aerial photography in Australia, historical aerial photography use cases and scenarios, and a background on Geoscience Australia's program to digitise flight diagrams and create a catalogue of aerial photographs.

  • The Workflow Manager JavaScript Application is designed to work with Esri Workflow Manager. This is a Javascript web application that connects to a Workflow Manager web service and allows users to access the workflows without needing the Esri Workflow Manager desktop application. There is a read me file associated with the application in the GitHub repository.

  • Online map index of 1:100 000 scale topographic map sheets covering Australia. The application allows users to search, select and download 100k topographic maps with redirection to the relevant eCat record. This is available as an interactive web map.