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  • This dataset has been digitised from the 1:25000 vegetation map of Christmas Island (accompanying Mitchells 1985 report). The vector version was completed on behalf of Parks Australia Christmas Island. Geoscience Australia used ArcInfo to heads-up digitise a scanned version of the map. Once digitised the arcs were built into polygons and the map was attributed based on the Geoscience Australia data dictionary guidelines. All information relating to vegetation boundaries was extracted from the map and incorporated in the table. The fields that were used follow: Alias Type Width Decimal -----------------------------------------------Shape FIELD_SHAPEPOLY 80Ufi FIELD_DECIMAL 6 0 - unique numberArea FIELD_DECIMAL 18 5Perimeter FIELD_DECIMAL 18 5Code FIELD_CHAR 80 0 - Vegetation unit (map symbol)Descript FIELD_CHAR 64 0 - Description of unitCategories FIELD_CHAR 50 0 - vegetation categoriesFeature FIELD_CHAR 12 0 - (GA field)Plotrank FIELD_DECIMAL 1 0 - (GA field)

  • The ANCA directory contains two scanned images, geology.tif and veg.tif. The geology map contains the following information: Base map compiled from topographic base sheets prepared by Australian Aerial Mapping Pty. Ltd. and supplied by The British Phosphate Commissioners. Geology and compilation by J. Barrie 1965-66 Drawn by J. Kopros Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics CHRISTMAS ISLAND SURVEY 1965-66. To accompany Record 1967/37. The vegetation map contains the following message: Vegetation map - Accompanies Mitchells 1985 Report. ONLY COPY!! See File 80/13 for Report. It is based on J Barries geology map.

  • Product no longer exists, please refer to GeoCat #30413 for the data

  • Product no longer exists, please refer to GeoCat #30413 for the data

  • Product no longer exists, please refer to GeoCat #30413 for the data

  • Product no longer exists, please refer to GeoCat #30413 for the data

  • Product no longer exists, please refer to GeoCat #30413 for the data

  • This is a national seamless data product aimed at regional or national applications. TOPO 2.5M 1998 contains a small scale vector representation of the topographic mapping features of Australia. The data include the following themes: Hydrography - drainage networks including rivers, lakes and offshore features; and Infrastructure - roads, railways, localities and built-up areas. Data was primarily sourced from Geoscience Australia`s GEODATA TOPO-250K data set however all features were revised in 1998. Free online and CD-ROM (fee applies).

  • This dataset contains polygons that bound parts of Irvine Hill forest. The polygons were constructed by drawing lines that join points which were pegged out as being boundaries of the Irvine Hill area. The main points were supplied by Whelans. The line joins and polygon making process was done by Geoscience Australia. The shapefile containing the data is: forestedge_irvineh.shp. Details of the fields can be seen below: Field Type Width Decimal---------------------------------------------------Shape FIELD_SHAPEPOLY 8 0Area FIELD_DECIMAL 12 3Perimeter FIELD_DECIMAL 12 3Plot3pef2_ FIELD_DECIMAL 11 0Plot3pef2_ FIELD_DECIMAL 11 0Entity FIELD_CHAR 14 0Layer FIELD_CHAR 32 0Elevation FIELD_DECIMAL 18 5Thickness FIELD_DECIMAL 18 5Color FIELD_DECIMAL 11 0Pointnumbe FIELD_DECIMAL 11 0Pointheigh FIELD_DECIMAL 18 5Pointcode FIELD_CHAR 8 0Sourcethm FIELD_CHAR 16 0Hectares FIELD_DECIMAL 16 3

  • Laser DEM Grids consists of 27 digital elevation model grids. The Arcview grid files were constructed from the Airborne Laser Scanning shapefiles. The Laser DEM grid tiles cover the eastern portion of the Christmas Island. Each grid contains the height in metres of the ground surface with a value every one metre on the ground.