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  • Soils are one of the key factors which limit human settlement in Australia. Few Australian soils are of good quality - most are naturally infertile. This map shows the extent of soil limitations across the country. In order to overcome problems associated with the many classifications in existence, this map classes soils according to limitations of use - in particular chemical and physical limitations. Altogether, four primary groupings are shown and these are further divided into a total of 29 mapping units. A detailed table relates these units to traditionally classified soil profiles and landforms. Product Specifications: Coverage: Australia Currency: 1976-77 Coordinates: Geographical Datum: AGD66 (GDA94 compliant at this scale) Projection: Simple Conic on two standard parallels 18S and 36S Medium: Paper, flat and folded copies

  • This data set is a classification of the Australian continent into 2-dimensional surface regions. A geological region is a relatively large geographical area with a cohesive, albeit in some cases complex, geological assemblage (Bain and Draper 1997, AGSO Bulletin 240); significantly different in overall geology from the adjoining regions, and differs from geological province in that it does not include depth or time dimensions. NOTE: Specialised Geographic Information System (GIS) software is required to view this data.

  • <p>Digital data is provided for the indexes of: <p>-printed 1:100,000 scale topographic maps <p>-printed 1:250,000 scale topographic maps <p>-printed 1:1,000,000 scale topographic maps <p>The data includes map number, map name, and the latitude and longitude of the extents of the maps sheets and data tiles covering Australia. <p>Available in ESRI Shapefile.

  • This map shows copper locations by Event, Type and Status. It also shows copper regions and copper occurrences that fall within these regions. The map includes a Time-Space-Event chart, and pie charts.

  • Lake Amadeus-Ayers Rock Hydrochemistry & Hydrodynamics, NT 1:5m

  • This map is suitable for school, office and home use as a single-sheet wall poster or as a handy reference item. The map includes more than 2000 named features as well as a gazetteer on the back of the map as an aid to locating places of interest. At this scale 1cm on the map represents 50km on the ground. Available flat (98.5cm x 84cm) or folded with cover (11cm x 23cm). Digital data at this scale, suitable for use in a GIS is also available for <a href=\https://www.ga.gov.au/products/servlet/controller?event=FILE_SELECTION&catno=61114\">free download. </a> Product Specifications Coverage: Complete coverage of Australia Currency: Last revised 2007 Coordinates:Geographical Datum: (GDA94); AHD Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic on two standard parallels (18o and 36o)

  • Australia magnetic anomaly pixel map

  • Australian Diamond Deposits as of November 2006

  • Australian Proterozoic Mineralising events on Australian Proterozoic Regions base, 1:4 000 000 July 2007 Version

  • Proterozoic Gold Mineralising events on Australian Proterozoic Georgions base, 1:5 000 000 October 2007 Version (PDF and JPG)