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  • Natural hazards have an impact on every Australian State and Territory. These hazards include bushfires, cyclones, earthquakes, floods, landslides, severe weather, tsunami and volcanoes. These phenomena threaten lives and damage private and public assets, as well as disrupt water, power, transport and communication services. These hazards and their associated impacts also can seriously affect employment, public administration and incomes to industry, agriculture and commerce.

  • NOAA data is available free of charge from the Geoscience Australia download site for acquisitions over the last seven days. The data will be removed from the download site after this time. Data will normally be available on the download site the evening after an acquisition.

  • Geodetic Calculations - Redfearn's Formulae, Geographic to Grid Given Latitude and Longitude, calculate Easting, Northing, Zone for a Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) projection, Grid convergence and Point Scale Factor.

  • This application allows the user to guess what cities are indicated by the satellite images.

  • To assess the tsunami hazard to the Australian coastline, Geoscience Australia is collecting information from the public to assist emergency planners in safeguarding their communities against future events.

  • This product is a Web Application intended to facilitate the discovery and delivery of Petroleum related datasets and information.

  • Digital elevation data which describes Australia's landforms and seabed is crucial for addressing issues relating to the impacts of climate change, disaster management, water security, environmental management, urban planning and infrastructure design. The National Elevation Data Framework (NEDF) vision is to ensure that decision makers, investors and the community have access to the best available elevation data to address the needs of today and the decades ahead.

  • The earthquake mapping tool allows you to: * view recent earthquakes which occurred over the past 30 days * search and explore all Australian earthquakes * search and explore earthquakes worldwide * view seismograms of earthquakes over the past 90 days * advise Geoscience Australia when you have felt a recent earthquake.

  • Interactive Maps is a discovery and exploration view of Geoscience Australia's geospatial services. The following scientific and decision support themes have curated content comprised of maps and functions. Each map has queries and functions with linked access to OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium) web services and metadata. This system replaces MapConnect and AMSIS applications.

  • The Advanced Land Observing Satellite (ALOS), also known as Daichi, is a Japanese satellite launched on 24 January 2006. The satellite provides high quality, low cost Earth observation data for topographical mapping, disaster and environmental monitoring and climate change studies. ALOS also provides an alternative source of data and a level of back-up to the Landsat series of satellites.