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  • Geoscience Australia's wall map of Australia is ideal for displays and feature walls in offices, classrooms and conference rooms. The four component sheets - North-East, North-West, South-East and South-West are available individually, with each map 103cm x 88cm. The fully assembled size is 2m x 1.7m. At this scale 1cm on the map represents 25km on the ground. Product Specifications Coverage: Complete coverage of Australia Currency: Last revised 2011 Coordinates: Geographical Datum: AGD66 (GDA94 compliant at this scale); AHD Projection: Simple Conic on two standard parallels (18S and 36S)

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  • Northern Territory of Australia Mineral deposits map 1:2.5 million

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  • This dataset is part of a collection of data on the hydrogeology of the Great Artesian Basin. This set contains the boundaries of the hydrogeological units. The boundaries are derived from the 1.250K geological map series (Bureau of Mineral Resources ). Quaternary and Tertiary units have been removed. Boundaries are either concealed (interpreted) or as defined on the geological map series.

  • The Mineral Deposits Map of Papua New Guinea has been compiled jointly by the Bureau of Mineral Resources (BMR) and the Geological Survey of Papua New Guinea. Open-file data have been used in the compilation of the map, which is envisaged as an aid to exploration and for official purposes; it is not intended to be a metallogenic map. Metals, mineral fuels, and industrial minerals are plotted but construction and fluxing materials and groundwater are excluded. The commodities in the map and tables are present in, or have been extracted from, each deposit as shown, and the importance of the deposit has been assessed on available information. The notes supplement the map by providing detailed information on each commodity. They are organized into sections which correspond to the commodity groups discussed below, and within each section the data on individual commodities are present in tabular form. Appendix II lists the commodities occurring in each Papua New Guinea 1:250 000 Sheet area. Figure 1 is a reference map of the Sheet areas.

  • Layer 10 Base of Jurassic-Cretaceous sequence surface Surface produced for the Great Artesian Water Resource Assessment (GABWRA) by Geoscience Australia (http://www.ga.gov.au). This surface was created for 3D visualisation of the Base of Jurassic-Cretaceous sequence The surface is available in the following formats 1. GOCAD surface (.ts) 2. ESRI grid 3. ASCII grid (.grd) Use limitations: 1. GOCAD surface requires program capable of reading GOCAD *.ts (triangulated surface) files 2. ASCII grid data requires re-interpolation by end-user resulting in minor differences to accompanying GOCAD *.ts surface. This layer is part of a set comprised of: Layer 01 3-second Digital Elevation Model surface (catalogue #75990) Layer 02 Base of Cenozoic surface (catalogue #75991) Layer 03 Base of Mackunda Formation and equivalents surface (catalogue #76021) Layer 04 Base of Rolling Downs Group surface (catalogue #76022) Layer 05 Base of Hooray Sandstone and equivalents surface (catalogue #76023) Layer 06 Base of Injune Creek Group surface (catalogue #76024) Layer 07 Base of Hutton Sandstone surface (catalogue #76025) Layer 05-07 Base of Algebuckina Sandstone surface (catalogue #76952) Layer 08A Base of Evergreen and Marburg formations (catalogue #76026) Layer 08B Base of Poolowanna Formation (catalogue #76953) Layer 09 Base of Precipice Sandstone and equivalents surface (catalogue #76027) Layer 10 Base of Jurassic-Cretaceous sequence surface (catalogue #76028) This dataset and associated metadata can be obtained from www.ga.gov.au, using catalogue number 76028. REFERENCES (Continued from Lineage field) 10. Passmore, V. L., T. U. Maung, et al. (1992). Gulf of Carpentaria petroleum prospectivity study. Record 1992/20. Australia, Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics 11. Hawke, J. M. and J. N. Cramsie (1984). Contributions to the geology of the Great Australian Basin in New South Wales. Bulletin 31. Sydney. 12. Hinds, M. (2011). NSW Great Artesian Basin internal data set released to Geoscience Australia in 2011 by NSW Office of Water. Australia, New South Wales Office of Water. 13. Ransley and Smerdon (eds.) 2012. Hydrostratigraphy, hydrogeology and system conceptualisation of the Great Artesian Basin. CSIRO. Canberra. 14. Nelson GJ, Carey H, Radke BM and Ransley TR (2012). The three-dimensional visualisation of the Great Artesian Basin. A report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Great Artesian Basin Water Resource Assessment. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country Flagship, Australia.

  • Layer 06 Base of Injune Creek Group surface Surface produced for the Great Artesian Water Resource Assessment (GABWRA) by Geoscience Australia (http://www.ga.gov.au). This surface was created for 3D visualisation of the Base of Injune Creek Group. The surface is available in the following formats 1. GOCAD surface (.ts) 2. ESRI grid 3. ASCII grid (.grd) Use limitations: 1. GOCAD surface requires program capable of reading GOCAD *.ts (triangulated surface) files 2. ASCII grid data requires re-interpolation by end-user resulting in minor differences to accompanying GOCAD *.ts surface This layer is part of a set comprised of: Layer 01 3-second Digital Elevation Model surface (catalogue #75990) Layer 02 Base of Cenozoic surface (catalogue #75991) Layer 03 Base of Mackunda Formation and equivalents surface (catalogue #76021) Layer 04 Base of Rolling Downs Group surface (catalogue #76022) Layer 05 Base of Hooray Sandstone and equivalents surface (catalogue #76023) Layer 06 Base of Injune Creek Group surface (catalogue #76024) Layer 07 Base of Hutton Sandstone surface (catalogue #76025) Layer 05-07 Base of Algebuckina Sandstone surface (catalogue #76952) Layer 08A Base of Evergreen and Marburg formations (catalogue #76026) Layer 08B Base of Poolowanna Formation (catalogue #76953) Layer 09 Base of Precipice Sandstone and equivalents surface (catalogue #76027) Layer 10 Base of Jurassic-Cretaceous sequence surface (catalogue #76028) This dataset and associated metadata can be obtained from www.ga.gov.au, using catalogue number 76024.

  • Layer 07 Base of Hutton Sandstone surface Surface produced for the Great Artesian Water Resource Assessment (GABWRA) by Geoscience Australia (http://www.ga.gov.au). This surface was created for 3D visualisation of the Base of Hutton Sandstone. The surface is available in the following formats 1. GOCAD surface (.ts) 2. ESRI grid 3. ASCII grid (.grd) Use limitations: 1. GOCAD surface requires program capable of reading GOCAD *.ts (triangulated surface) files 2. ASCII grid data requires re-interpolation by end-user resulting in minor differences to accompanying GOCAD *.ts surface This layer is part of a set comprised of: Layer 01 3-second Digital Elevation Model surface (catalogue #75990) Layer 02 Base of Cenozoic surface (catalogue #75991) Layer 03 Base of Mackunda Formation and equivalents surface (catalogue #76021) Layer 04 Base of Rolling Downs Group surface (catalogue #76022) Layer 05 Base of Hooray Sandstone and equivalents surface (catalogue #76023) Layer 06 Base of Injune Creek Group surface (catalogue #76024) Layer 07 Base of Hutton Sandstone surface (catalogue #76025) Layer 05-07 Base of Algebuckina Sandstone surface (catalogue #76952) Layer 08A Base of Evergreen and Marburg formations (catalogue #76026) Layer 08B Base of Poolowanna Formation (catalogue #76953) Layer 09 Base of Precipice Sandstone and equivalents surface (catalogue #76027) Layer 10 Base of Jurassic-Cretaceous sequence surface (catalogue #76028) This dataset and associated metadata can be obtained from www.ga.gov.au, using catalogue number 76025.