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  • This is a combined metamorphic and strain map of the Eastern Yilgarn Craton. Inset maps of different phases of metamorphism are also shown. <p>Related material<a href="https://www.ga.gov.au/products/servlet/controller?event=GEOCAT_DETAILS&catno=68806">Metamorphic Evolution and Integrated Terrane Analysis of the Eastern Yilgarn Craton: Rationale, Methods, Outcomes and Interpretation</a> - Geoscience Australia Record 2009/023.</p>

  • This 'basement' geology interpretation drew extensively on published 1:100 000, 1:250 000 and smaller scale regional geological maps and analysis of grids of regional aeromagnetic data with line spacings between 100m and 1.5km from Geoscience Australia's aeromagnetic database. Bouguer Gravity and bore hole data were also used to complement the interpretation. Flat lying Cenozoic and Mesozoic cover materials have been removed across the map area; and Paleozoic sediments have also been removed in the Mount Isa area in the west (north of the Diamantina Fault or northwest of the Thomson Fold Belt). The digital data that accompanied this map contains lithostratigraphic units compiled at 1:1 000 000 scale. The approximate 900 mapped units are described in the Australian Stratigraphic Units Database housed in Geosciences Australia in Canberra. The hard copy map presented here is simplified from the digital data to show the distribution of major lithology groups of different ages. The user is encouraged to use the digital data for more information. Geological interpretation and compilation by S.F. Liu (Geoscience Australia), 2007-2008, with contributions from I.W. Withnall, L.J.Hutton (Geological Survey of Queensland), D. Champion, G.Gibson, and D.Huston (Geoscience Australia). Related Products <a href="https://www.ga.gov.au/products/servlet/controller?event=GEOCAT_DETAILS&catno=65992">Basement Geology of Northern Queensland GIS Dataset</a>

  • Gridded Bouguer gravity anomalies onshore and free-air anomalies offshore with satellite measurements filling the gaps in coverage. Grid mesh is 0.5 minute (approximately 800 metres). This second edition replaces the 1.5 minute gridded dataset released in 1997.

  • This map is part of a series which comprises 50 maps which covers the whole of Australia at a scale of 1:1 000 000 (1cm on a map represents 10km on the ground). Each standard map covers an area of 6 degrees longitude by 4 degrees latitude or about 590 kilometres east to west and about 440 kilometres from north to south. These maps depict natural and constructed features including transport infrastructure (roads, railway airports), hydrography, contours, hypsometric and bathymetric layers, localities and some administrative boundaries, making this a useful general reference map.

  • This map is part of a series which comprises 50 maps which covers the whole of Australia at a scale of 1:1 000 000 (1cm on a map represents 10km on the ground). Each standard map covers an area of 6 degrees longitude by 4 degrees latitude or about 590 kilometres east to west and about 440 kilometres from north to south. These maps depict natural and constructed features including transport infrastructure (roads, railway airports), hydrography, contours, hypsometric and bathymetric layers, localities and some administrative boundaries, making this a useful general reference map.

  • This map is part of a series which comprises 50 maps which covers the whole of Australia at a scale of 1:1 000 000 (1cm on a map represents 10km on the ground). Each standard map covers an area of 6 degrees longitude by 4 degrees latitude or about 590 kilometres east to west and about 440 kilometres from north to south. These maps depict natural and constructed features including transport infrastructure (roads, railway airports), hydrography, contours, hypsometric and bathymetric layers, localities and some administrative boundaries, making this a useful general reference map.

  • This map is part of a series which comprises 50 maps which covers the whole of Australia at a scale of 1:1 000 000 (1cm on a map represents 10km on the ground). Each standard map covers an area of 6 degrees longitude by 4 degrees latitude or about 590 kilometres east to west and about 440 kilometres from north to south. These maps depict natural and constructed features including transport infrastructure (roads, railway airports), hydrography, contours, hypsometric and bathymetric layers, localities and some administrative boundaries, making this a useful general reference map.

  • This map is part of a series which comprises 50 maps which covers the whole of Australia at a scale of 1:1 000 000 (1cm on a map represents 10km on the ground). Each standard map covers an area of 6 degrees longitude by 4 degrees latitude or about 590 kilometres east to west and about 440 kilometres from north to south. These maps depict natural and constructed features including transport infrastructure (roads, railway airports), hydrography, contours, hypsometric and bathymetric layers, localities and some administrative boundaries, making this a useful general reference map.

  • This map is part of a series which comprises 50 maps which covers the whole of Australia at a scale of 1:1 000 000 (1cm on a map represents 10km on the ground). Each standard map covers an area of 6 degrees longitude by 4 degrees latitude or about 590 kilometres east to west and about 440 kilometres from north to south. These maps depict natural and constructed features including transport infrastructure (roads, railway airports), hydrography, contours, hypsometric and bathymetric layers, localities and some administrative boundaries, making this a useful general reference map.

  • This map is part of a series which comprises 50 maps which covers the whole of Australia at a scale of 1:1 000 000 (1cm on a map represents 10km on the ground). Each standard map covers an area of 6 degrees longitude by 4 degrees latitude or about 590 kilometres east to west and about 440 kilometres from north to south. These maps depict natural and constructed features including transport infrastructure (roads, railway airports), hydrography, contours, hypsometric and bathymetric layers, localities and some administrative boundaries, making this a useful general reference map.