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  • New ASTER GIS products in the Gawler-Curnamona Geoscience Australia, in collaboration with CSIRO and PIRSA are releasing a suite of 14 new ASTER mosaiced products for a significant part of the Gawler-Curnamona region. About 110 ASTER scenes have been mosaiced and processed into geoscience products that can be quickly and easily integrated with other datasets in a GIS. The products have been pre-processed and calibrated with available HyMap data and provide basic mineral group information such as Ferric Oxide abundance, AlOH group distribution as well as mosaiced and levelled false colour and regolith ratio images. These images, along with accompany notes are available for free ftp download online at: ftp://ftp.arrc.csiro.au/NGMM/Gawler-Curnamona ASTER Project/

  • Poster for presentation at The Fire Weather & Risk Workshop (Perth May 2013) The Australian and New Zealand Disaster Management Conference (Brisbane May 2013) and The AFAC and BCRC Conference in September 2013

  • This USB has been produced for promotional purposes and will be handed out (free) at domestic and international conferences. The USB contains a selection of GA reports, flyers, maps and data. Products are grouped into 4 categories: Records and Brochures, Mineral Deposits, Geophysical Data and Surface Geology.

  • National Geographic Information Group (NGIG) capability flyer for the upcoming Surveying & Spatial Sciences Conference 15-19 April here in Canberra.

  • Satellite Earth observation data presents unique opportunities for society to respond to major challenges like climate change, food security and sustainable development. But significant technical challenges, including to enable different data streams to be integrated and the sheer volume of the data, are preventing that full value from being realised. The explosion in free, highresolution, global data from next-generation satellites, linked with the potential of new highperformance ICT infrastructure and architectures, positions us to meet this challenge. As the 2016 CEOS Chair, and as a sophisticated user of multiple EO satellite data streams, Australia is proposing that CEOS explore how these new technologies can ensure CEOS agency satellite data can be 'unlocked and put to work'.

  • This USB has been produced for promotional puposes and will be handed out (free) at domestic and international conferences. The USB contains a selection of reports, flyers, maps and data. Products are grouped into 4 categories: Records and Brochures, Mineral Deposits, Geophysical Data and Surface Geology.

  • The National Flood Risk Informaiton Project (NFRIp) has produced a flyer for the Floodplain Management Association Conference on 19-22 May 2015 where the Australian Flood Risk Information Portal (AFRIP) will be promoted at a Geoscience Australia booth. NFRIP funded the revision of the guidelines as part of a $12m funding initiative by the Australia Government. The flyer promotes the three core activities of NFRIP; the Australian Flood Risk Information Portal, revision of Australian Rainfall and Runoff guidelines and Water Observations from Space (WOfS).

  • OzCoasts 2012 poster is used for promoting OzCoasts website hosted in Geoscience Australia in national Coast to Coast 2012 conference in Brisbane.

  • These maps were made initially for the PDAC 2001 International Convention. They have been published and made available via the web. There are two maps for each of the following commodities (gold, nickel, lead-zinc and copper). The first map depicts Australia's mineral occurrence locations, deposits, potential rock units and geological regions with the mineral occurrence density grid, while the second map provides an infrastructure theme and the mineral occurrence density grid. Infrastructure includes roads, railways and pipelines.