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  • The International Map of the World (IMW) series is no longer maintained, and printed copies of this map are no longer available. The Australian portion of the series consists of 49 maps. They were produced to an international specification using the R502 series at 1:250,000 scale as source material. Production commenced in 1926 and was completed in 1978. The maps were revised from time to time and the last reprint was undertaken in 2003. Each standard map sheet covers 4 degrees of latitude by 6 degrees of longitude and was produced using a Lambert Conformal Conic projection with 2 standard parallels. The series has recently been superseded by the 1:1 000 000 topographic map general reference.

  • This product is a two-panel map at the scale of 1:1 000 000. One is a solid geology map simplified from a 1:500 000 scale solid geology map released in 2000 (Liu, et al. 2000). The other is an image of Bouger gravity in colour over a greyscale magnetic image (first vertical derivative of TMI). The combination of a solid geology map and geophysical image allows readers to correlate directly geological features and geophysical data.

  • Point located gravity observations on the Australian continent. The first release from the Oracle gravity database with consistent modern position datum. The release contains over 800 000 point values.

  • This is part of a series of 49 maps covering the whole of Australia and forms part of the International Map of the World map series. At this scale 1 centimetre on the map represents 10 kilometres on the ground. Each map covers an area of six degrees of longitude and four degrees of latitude. The maps show roads, railways, hydrography, larger nature conservation reserves, outback homesteads. Seabed and land relief is shown by layer tints, spot heights and contours in metres. Contour interval is 500 metres, with an additional contour at 200 metres. Product Specifications Coverage: Whole of Australia covered with 49 maps. National coverage first completed in 1975. Currency: Ranges from 1971 to 1983. Average 1976. Coordinates: Geographical. Datum: AGD66 (GDA94 compliant at this scale); AHD. Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic. Medium: Paper map, flat and folded. Status: These maps are no longer maintained. It is planned to produce a new series of maps from the converted 42 World Aeronautical Charts (WAC) series of maps produced in 2006. These maps are only available as a print on demand product. This map can be purchased in either flat or folded format.

  • This is part of a series of 49 maps covering the whole of Australia and forms part of the International Map of the World map series. At this scale 1 centimetre on the map represents 10 kilometres on the ground. Each map covers an area of six degrees of longitude and four degrees of latitude. The maps show roads, railways, hydrography, larger nature conservation reserves, outback homesteads. Seabed and land relief is shown by layer tints, spot heights and contours in metres. Contour interval is 500 metres, with an additional contour at 200 metres. Product Specifications Coverage: Whole of Australia covered with 49 maps. National coverage first completed in 1975. Currency: Ranges from 1971 to 1983. Average 1976. Coordinates: Geographical. Datum: AGD66 (GDA94 compliant at this scale); AHD. Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic. Medium: Paper map, flat and folded. Status: These maps are no longer maintained. It is planned to produce a new series of maps from the converted 42 World Aeronautical Charts (WAC) series of maps produced in 2006. These maps are only available as a print on demand product. This map can be purchased in either flat or folded format.

  • This is part of a series of 49 maps covering the whole of Australia and forms part of the International Map of the World map series. At this scale 1 centimetre on the map represents 10 kilometres on the ground. Each map covers an area of six degrees of longitude and four degrees of latitude. The maps show roads, railways, hydrography, larger nature conservation reserves, outback homesteads. Seabed and land relief is shown by layer tints, spot heights and contours in metres. Contour interval is 500 metres, with an additional contour at 200 metres. Product Specifications Coverage: Whole of Australia covered with 49 maps. National coverage first completed in 1975. Currency: Ranges from 1971 to 1983. Average 1976. Coordinates: Geographical. Datum: AGD66 (GDA94 compliant at this scale); AHD. Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic. Medium: Paper map, flat and folded. Status: These maps are no longer maintained. It is planned to produce a new series of maps from the converted 42 World Aeronautical Charts (WAC) series of maps produced in 2006. These maps are only available as a print on demand product. This map can be purchased in either flat or folded format.

  • This is part of a series of 49 maps covering the whole of Australia and forms part of the International Map of the World map series. At this scale 1 centimetre on the map represents 10 kilometres on the ground. Each map covers an area of six degrees of longitude and four degrees of latitude. The maps show roads, railways, hydrography, larger nature conservation reserves, outback homesteads. Seabed and land relief is shown by layer tints, spot heights and contours in metres. Contour interval is 500 metres, with an additional contour at 200 metres. Product Specifications Coverage: Whole of Australia covered with 49 maps. National coverage first completed in 1975. Currency: Ranges from 1971 to 1983. Average 1976. Coordinates: Geographical. Datum: AGD66 (GDA94 compliant at this scale); AHD. Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic. Medium: Paper map, flat and folded. Status: These maps are no longer maintained. It is planned to produce a new series of maps from the converted 42 World Aeronautical Charts (WAC) series of maps produced in 2006. These maps are only available as a print on demand product. This map can be purchased in either flat or folded format.

  • This is part of a series of 49 maps covering the whole of Australia and forms part of the International Map of the World map series. At this scale 1 centimetre on the map represents 10 kilometres on the ground. Each map covers an area of six degrees of longitude and four degrees of latitude. The maps show roads, railways, hydrography, larger nature conservation reserves, outback homesteads. Seabed and land relief is shown by layer tints, spot heights and contours in metres. Contour interval is 500 metres, with an additional contour at 200 metres. Product Specifications Coverage: Whole of Australia covered with 49 maps. National coverage first completed in 1975. Currency: Ranges from 1971 to 1983. Average 1976. Coordinates: Geographical. Datum: AGD66 (GDA94 compliant at this scale); AHD. Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic. Medium: Paper map, flat and folded. Status: These maps are no longer maintained. It is planned to produce a new series of maps from the converted 42 World Aeronautical Charts (WAC) series of maps produced in 2006. These maps are only available as a print on demand product. This map can be purchased in either flat or folded format.

  • This is part of a series of 49 maps covering the whole of Australia and forms part of the International Map of the World map series. At this scale 1 centimetre on the map represents 10 kilometres on the ground. Each map covers an area of six degrees of longitude and four degrees of latitude. The maps show roads, railways, hydrography, larger nature conservation reserves, outback homesteads. Seabed and land relief is shown by layer tints, spot heights and contours in metres. Contour interval is 500 metres, with an additional contour at 200 metres. Product Specifications Coverage: Whole of Australia covered with 49 maps. National coverage first completed in 1975. Currency: Ranges from 1971 to 1983. Average 1976. Coordinates: Geographical. Datum: AGD66 (GDA94 compliant at this scale); AHD. Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic. Medium: Paper map, flat and folded. Status: These maps are no longer maintained. It is planned to produce a new series of maps from the converted 42 World Aeronautical Charts (WAC) series of maps produced in 2006. These maps are only available as a print on demand product. This map can be purchased in either flat or folded format.