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  • 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).

  • Software to calculate the Australian Geomagnetic Reference Field, a regional geomagnetic field model for the Australian region for the period 1995 to 2005

  • The Quick Attribute Calculator v.1.0 is a toolbar developed for use with ArcGIS 9.3 on Windows XP. It enables a user to select an attribute from a drop-down list and change the value of a sub-set for bulk updates.

  • RICS (Rapid Inventory Collection System) is a vehicular data collection system. It collects geo-tagged imagery and user added property damage-level information. The system consists of Ethernet cameras, tripods, circuitry and the RICS software that runs on a laptop. It was successfully deployed following the 2009 Victorian Bushfires, the 2010 Kalgoorlie and Christchurch Earthquakes, the 2011 Brisbane floods and TC Yassi.

  • A stand-alone component of HCh for Windows computer package: thermodynamic database management system + the default database.

  • Turned off due to lack of metadata, custodian and product is un-locatable

  • SUNAZ is a set of computer programs comprising SUNAZ and SUNIN to calculate azimuth-by-hour-angle observations of the Sun to determine true north azimuth to an azimuth mark based on the observing proforma described in K.A. Weinert (1980), Notes on Geomagnetic Observatory and Survey Practice, Earth Science 5, UNESCO, paragraph 246, page 36, using the algorithm described in G.G.Bennett (1980), "A Solar Ephemeris for use with Programmable Calculators", The Australian Surveyor, Vol.30, No.3, pp 147-151.

  • The High Quality Geophysical Analysis (HiQGA) package is a fully-featured, Julia-language based open source framework for geophysical forward modelling, Bayesian inference, and deterministic imaging. A primary focus of the code is production inversion of airborne electromagnetic (AEM) data from a variety of acquisition systems. Adding custom AEM systems is simple using Julia’s multiple dispatch feature. For probabilistic spatial inference from geophysical data, only a misfit function needs to be supplied to the inference engine. For deterministic inversion, a linearisation of the forward operator (i.e., Jacobian) is also required. HiQGA is natively parallel, and inversions from a full day of production AEM acquisition can be inverted on thousands of CPUs within a few hours. This allows for quick assessment of the quality of the acquisition, and provides geological interpreters preliminary subsurface images of EM conductivity together with associated uncertainties. HiQGA inference is generic by design – allowing for the analysis of diverse geophysical data. Surface magnetic resonance (SMR) geophysics for subsurface water-content estimation is available as a HiQGA plugin through the SMRPInversion (SMR probabilistic inversion) wrapper. The results from AEM and/or SMR inversions are used to create images of the subsurface, which lead to the creation of geological models for a range of applications. These applications range from natural resource exploration to its management and conservation.

  • 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).