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  • PSMA Australia combines spatial data from Australia's governments to create national spatial information datasets that include features such as roads, street addresses, and cadastral and administrative boundaries. Geoscience Australia has entered into an agreement with PSMA Distribution Pty Ltd in June 2013 which provides GA access to key PSMA data products. The conditions of use are stipulated in the End User Agreement (EUA) and simplified form of Terms and Conditions (see below) will be made available soon to GA staff. The EUA has been extended in December 2013 to include the Land Tenure and Postcode Boundaries datasets, effectively providing GA access to the whole suite of PSMA products. These are: -Administrative Boundaries -Features of Interest -CadLite -Geocoded National Address File (G-NAF) -Land Tenure -Postcode Boundaries -Transport & Topography For more details about these products - including content and maintenance cycle - please refer to PSMA website (http://www.psma.com.au/list-products/).

  • To determine the magnitude of severe wind gust hazard due to thunderstorm downbursts using regional climate model output and analysis of observed data (including radar reflectivity and proximity soundings).

  • This document provides an overview of the data model.

  • A collection of mining and explotation tenements supplied by the individual state and territory bodies. Loaded monthly to an Oracle database from shapefiles given to Geoscience Australia.

  • The Arunta Region OZCHEM database subset is comprised of 1182 wholerock analyses derived from AGSO field work and the literature. AGSO's complete OZCHEM database contains approximately 50000 analyses, mainly from Australia but some are also from Papua New Guinea, Antarctica, Solomon Islands and New Zealand. Approximately 32000 analyses of Australian rocks of all ages and some New Zealand Tertiary volcanics are available for sale. The location is stored with each analysis along with geological descriptions, including the host stratigraphic unit and lithology. Most samples have been collected by AGSO field parties.OZCHEM is stored in an ORACLE relational database and is available in Oracle export, comma-delimited relational ASCII, and Microsoft Access formats.

  • During the 1950s to the late 1990's Geoscience Australia (and it's predecessors) were heavily involved in geoscience exploration in the Antarctic. This historical engagement is now manifest in the naming of geographic features in the Australian Antarctic Territory using the names of BMR/AGSO/GA and AUSLIG employees involved in the mapping programs during this era.

  • The Pine Creek OZCHEM database subset is comprised of 2629 wholerock analyses derived from AGSO field work and the literature. AGSO's complete OZCHEM database contains approximately 50000 analyses, mainly from Australia but some are also from Papua New Guinea, Antarctica, Solomon Islands and New Zealand. Approximately 32000 analyses of Australian rocks of all ages and some New Zealand Tertiary volcanics are available for sale. The location is stored with each analysis along with geological descriptions, including the host stratigraphic unit and lithology. Most samples have been collected by AGSO field parties.OZCHEM is stored in an ORACLE relational database and is available in Oracle export, comma-delimited relational ASCII, and Microsoft Access formats.

  • Climate simulations used in the FireDST project. They include Case Study I, II and III, all these simulations were generated by BoM for this project.