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  • Map Index indicating the availability of the Department of Defence produced 50K topographic mapping. Folded copies only which are available free of charge. Product Specifications Coverage: Australia Currency: 2004 (PDF); 2004 (data) Coordinates: Geographical Datum: GDA94 Format: ArcInfo Export, ArcView Shapefile and MapInfo mid/mif; PDF (maps only); Paper Map (maps only) Medium: GIS Data Free online, free folded map or CD-ROM (fee applies) Forward Program: Updated annually

  • The 'Major crustal boundaries of Australia' map synthesizes more than 30 years of acquisition of deep seismic reflection data across Australia, where major crustal-scale breaks have been interpreted in the seismic reflection profiles, often inferred to be relict sutures between different crustal blocks. The widespread coverage of the seismic profiles now provides the opportunity to construct a map of major crustal boundaries across Australia. Starting with the locations of the crustal breaks identified in the seismic profiles, geological (e.g. outcrop mapping, drill hole, geochronology, isotope) and geophysical (e.g. gravity, aeromagnetic, magnetotelluric) data are used to map the crustal boundaries, in map view, away from the seismic profiles. For some of these boundaries, a high level of confidence can be placed on the location, whereas the location of other boundaries can only be considered to have medium or low confidence. In other areas, especially in regions covered by thick sedimentary successions, the locations of some crustal boundaries are essentially unconstrained. The 'Major crustal boundaries of Australia' map shows the locations of inferred ancient plate boundaries, and will provide constraints on the three dimensional architecture of Australia. It allows a better understanding of how the Australian continent was constructed from the Mesoarchean through to the Phanerozoic, and how this evolution and these boundaries have controlled metallogenesis. It is best viewed as a dynamic dataset, which will have to be further refined and updated as new information such as seismic reflection data becomes available.

  • This GIS dataset contains petroleum exploration and development titles (permits) as at March 2009. This dataset has been released to support the 2009 Offshore Petroleum Acreage Release.

  • Manila Lidar Project 2011 Resupply of data from Fugro Spatial. Lidar coverage updated for seperate classification of water and bare earth. This dataset will be superseded with a new surfaces recognising water classification and hydro flatening.

  • This folder contains the reports and supporting digital datasets from four geological studies published by SRK (later FrOGTech) consultants, between 2001 and 2007. Known as the OZ SEEBASE Compilation (Structurally Enhanced View of Economic Basement), the studies interpreted the three dimensional character of Australian sedimentary basins and their basement.

  • Web Service with the 25K, 50K, 100K, 250K, Special Edition, 1M and WAC Map Indexes

  • These datasets are a subset of the mosaic of Australian Landsat MSS images of Australia. ldsatmss.bil is a 500m pixel Lambert Conformal Conic projected dataset. ldsatmssdd.bil is a 0.0048 degree geographic projected dataset. NOTE The original image is located in the corporate storage system at /d/geo/store/data/image/landsat_mss/aus_mosaic. In this directory there is extensive documentation (OVERVIEW.TXT) which describes all contents.

  • The Digital Atlas of Australian Soils (the 'Digital Atlas') is a digital version of the set of ten maps, compiled by K H Northcote et al. and published in 1960 - 68 by CSIRO and Melbourne University Press in Melbourne, known as the 'Atlas of Australian Soils, Sheets 1 to 10, with explanatory data'.

  • These data represent whole rock geochemical analyses from the OZCHEM Database. Each analysis includes a geographic location and a geological description, which includes the host stratigraphic unit, where known, and the lithology. Most samples have been collected by Geoscience Australia field parties. These data are a snapshot at the "Ending Date" of the current database entries and are also a subset of the full database managed by GA which includes data from Papua NewGuinea, Antarctica, Solomon Islands and New Zealand.

  • Australian Local Government Areas Designated for NDRRA Assistance. Emergency Mapping Product.