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  • A live linked-data API that expresses the AusPIX DGGS cells as a database of defined locations , describes the location attributes and maps the each cell onto a landing page . Their are billions of these cells so it is built as a virtual data-base where the AusPIX engine calculates information as required. Human readable and machine readable infrastructure.

  • The MTPy Python library is open source software that aims to facilitate processing, analysis, modelling, and inversion of magnetotelluric (MT) data. Until recently, MTpy has contained bugs and gaps in both functionality and documentation, which have limited its use to date. We are developing MTPy to rectify these problems and expand functionality. Key improvements include adding new functions and classes to the modules that handle ModEM inputs and outputs, improving data and model visualization tools, refactoring the code to improve maintainability, quality, and consistency, and developing documentation.

  • Provides R codes for interpolation of unstructured point data

  • Interactive application of Geoscience Australia's Australia through time poster, which gives a brief overview of Australia's geological history, featuring the geological timescale and paleogeograpgy of the continents.

  • Providing tropical cyclone best track data in a centralized location to aid our understanding of the distribution, frequency, and intensity of tropical cyclones worldwide.

  • The Geoscience Australia World Wind Suite is a suite of tools built around the NASA World Wind Java SDK including the World Wind Data Viewer and Animator tools. The tool suite has been released as open source under the Apache 2.0 license and is available through Github (http://www.ga.gov.au/ga-m3dv/ga-worldwind-suite). Individual products in the suite are catalogued individually under IDs 69165 and 73044.

  • Collection of tsunami related codes

  • The RadWaste, or Radioactive Waste Site identification Project, is a Department of Industry (D.o.I.) project, with the objective of locating and securing a national storage site suitable for the long-term storage of low-level and medium-level radioactive waste. The Radioactive Waste Site identification Application allows users to locate and geospatially identify the land they wish to nominate for assessment and then capture the location coordinates. The application no longer includes any system smarts such as weightings and suitability rankings or reporting functionality. The RadWaste applications are based upon the existing CIAP application framework and architecture.

  • Upgrade for software package for geochemical modelling released in 1999. Available from OEMD on request to Evgeniy Bastrakov (a password is set for a particular user).