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  • The RadWaste Reporting Tool allows Dept of Industry and GHD staff to analyse and compare Multi Criteria Analysis (MCA) ratings of a site within a nominated location and ascertain the reason for the ranking and score. This tool also outputs a snapshot of the nominated site, giving a context map and scores against requirement criteria.

  • Upgrade for software package for geochemical modelling released in 1999. Available from OEMD on request to Evgeniy Bastrakov (a password is set for a particular user).

  • Microsoft Excel Add-Inn Ken Ludwig and Geoscience Australia

  • The Gippsland Basin is a premier hydrocarbon producing province, however exploration efforts in recent years were only met with limited success. New discoveries and extensions to existing ones were recorded along the northern basin flank, while the entire eastern, deeper water part of the basin remains underexplored to the present day. In order to address these questions Geoscience Australia has embarked on a petroleum systems modelling study to better understand the burial history of key horizons in the Gippsland Basin and its influence on changes in temperature, porosity, permeability and fluid migration. APPEA Conference 2014

  • The intended use for this application is to provide spatial discoverability for the Offshore well and seismic datasets within National Offshore Petroleum Information Management System (NOPIMS). This web service within this application is NOPIMS_Offshore_Well_and_Seismic_Discovery will also require to be made into a product. It will display the NOPIMS Offshore Well and Seismic surveys. The data does not provide the actually surveys only the spatial location of what survey can be requested. The wells layer consists of drilling surveys. The 2D seismic survey is conducted along lines and produces a single vertical profile. The 3D seismic survey is conducted over and area and produces a 3D subsurface model.

  • The MTPy Python library is open source software that aims to facilitate processing, analysis, modelling, and inversion of magnetotelluric (MT) data. Until recently, MTpy has contained bugs and gaps in both functionality and documentation, which have limited its use to date. We are developing MTPy to rectify these problems and expand functionality. Key improvements include adding new functions and classes to the modules that handle ModEM inputs and outputs, improving data and model visualization tools, refactoring the code to improve maintainability, quality, and consistency, and developing documentation.

  • A live linked-data API that expresses the AusPIX DGGS cells as a database of defined locations , describes the location attributes and maps the each cell onto a landing page . Their are billions of these cells so it is built as a virtual data-base where the AusPIX engine calculates information as required. Human readable and machine readable infrastructure.

  • This software package is used to produce Bushfire Attack Level (BAL), a measure of the severity of a building's potential exposure to bushfire, based on Method 1 in Australian Standard AS 3959 (2009)--Construction of buildings in bushfire-prone areas.