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  • A fully four-dimensional (3D x time) object-oriented biophysical dispersal model was developed to simulate the movement of marine larvae over semi-continuous surfaces. The model is capable of handling massive numbers of simulated larvae, can accommodate diverse life history patterns and distributions of characteristics, and saves point-level information to a relational database management system.

  • This application allows the user to guess what cities are indicated by the satellite images.

  • NOAA data is available free of charge from the Geoscience Australia download site for acquisitions over the last seven days. The data will be removed from the download site after this time. Data will normally be available on the download site the evening after an acquisition.

  • Compute Moonrise and Moonset Times To use this facility you need to know the latitude and longitude of the location you want to calculate rise and set times for. There are several ways you can determine this:

  • This application allows the user to see a `real-time' representation of the Earth from a satellite that is currently orbiting our planet. The satellite database that provides the positioning information is updated regularly, but may not reflect the current position of satellites that manoeuvre frequently after reaching orbit.

  • This application provides quick-look images and download options of the MOD43 Nadir BRDF-Adjusted Reflectance (NBAR) Products generated by ACRES. These products are a composite, generated for MODIS spectral bands 1-7 at the mean solar zenith angle over a 16 day period. In addition to the NBAR composite products, the BRDF parameters for each band, the ancillary, and band quality information are also provided. Each NBAR composite product is in GeoTIFF format at 500 metres resolution. All of the files are compressed using gzip/tar as "*.tar.gz". For Windows gzip/tar support please try WinZip.

  • ALOS Group Purchase is a new facility provided by ACRES for various approved customers/agencies to access the same ALOS data over a common area using ACRES online ordering.

  • iTimewalk App Software

  • Web delivery system to provide locality description and images of AFGN stations to the general public.

  • This software supports GeoSCiML and was developed by GA and is called Fullmoon. This software will hosted on CSIRO's SEEGRID Site.