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  • This DVD contains: 1/ The "Revealing Australia's Hidden Secrets" (GeoCat No. 68258) - a short movie which tells the story of the making of the Radiometric Map of Australia. (GeoCat No. 68207) 2/ Geoscience Australia's World Wind Viewer Application - an application based on NASA's World Wind that allows users to view data such as Radioelements, Gravity and Magnetic Anomaly over the Australian Terrain with Satellite imagery. The application references: a/ RADIOMETRIC MAP OF AUSTRALIA - 1ST EDITION, 2009 - GeoCat No. 68207 b/ MAGNETIC ANOMALY MAP OF AUSTRALIA - 4TH EDITION, 2004 - GeoCat No. 61703 c/ GRAVITY ANOMALY MAP OF THE AUSTRALIAN REGION - 3RD EDITION, 2008 GeoCat No. 65682

  • Describes the Western Water Study (Wiluraratja kapi), a 3-year AGSO project to assess groundwater resources and identify regional water issues in remote Aboriginal Communities in the Northern Territory.

  • Finale and summary.

  • Fly-through of the NSW/Vic Alps region produced to promote tourism post the 2003 bushfires.

  • A video created for the Australia Minerals booth at the China Mining 2015conference. The video has key information translated into Mandarin.

  • This short compilation is a 3D Bathymetric flythrough starting from Exmouth to Fremantle and through the Perth Canyon. Also showing the Houtman, Mentell, Wallaby Plateau, canyons and new volcanoes. This short compilation movie will be incorporated into a PowerPoint presentation to be shown at IUGG 2011. It is in 4:3 format. The 3D flythrough footage was originally created for 08-3476 movie - South West Marine Margin, March 2010.

  • 11-5413 The Probabilistic Volcanic Ash - Hazard Map movie describes how you construct a probabilistic hazard map for volcanic ash, using an example scenario from GA's volcanic ash modelling work in West Java, Indonesia. The target audience is other govt. agencies both national and international, and the general public. The 3.3 minute movie uses 3D Max animations and 2D affects, has narration and production music. The narration will also be done in Bahasa Indonesian, at a later date.

  • Full Version - shows orthographic and fly-through sequence for each of 5 scenarios with a combined max. inundation outline fly-through at end. Description. - Tropical Cyclone Alby passed close to the southwest corner of West Australia on April 4th 1978. Large waves and a storm surge generated by the northerly winds caused substantial coastal erosion along the Lower West coast particularly in the Geographe Bay area. Low-lying areas at Bunbury and Busselton were flooded, forcing the evacuation of many homes including the Bunbury Nursing Home. An approximate 1.1 m storm surge at Busselton caused the tide to peak at 2.5 m about 1 m above the highest astronomical tide. The Busselton Jetty was severely damaged. At Fremantle the surge was about 0.6 m causing a high tide of 1.8 m, about 0.5 m above the highest astronomical tide. [From BOM - http://www.bom.gov.au/weather/wa/cyclone/about/perth/alby.shtml - Retrieved 21/01/2010] This movie displays the results of a number of simulated storm surge events caused by an equivalent storm to Tropical Cyclone Alby on the current built terrain of Mandurah, and projected 2100 coastline with 0.5, 0.8 and 1.1m rises in sea level. Scenario A TC Alby equivalent at current sea level Scenario B Worst case TC Alby equivalent with current sea level Scenario C Worst case TC Alby equivalent in 2100 with 0.5m sea level rise Scenario D Worst case TC Alby equivalent in 2100 with 0.8m sea level rise Scenario E Worst case TC Alby equivalent in 2100 with 1.1m sea level rise

  • This is a short and informative 3.3 minute movie for the Engineering, Economics and Exposure Project - NEXIS Development for DCCEE - late 2010. It is a promotional movie that demonstrates NEXIS capabilities, and explains how NEXIS will be benefitial to the NEXIS stakeholder. This movie may also go onto the web, where it's purpose is to convince the public that NEXIS is a worthwhile investment in Australia's future.

  • Captured historical footage