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  • G50/B1-105 Vertical scale: 125

  • The Stairway Sandstone was studied in the field in 1962 and 1963 during the reconnaissance geological mapping of the Amadeus Basin. In 1964 rather more detailed work was carried out: sections were measured and cross-bedding determined throughout the Amadeus Basin, and the phosphorites were examined in some detail because of their possible economic significance. In 1965 and 1966 surface and subsurface material was studied in detail to determine the provenance, environment of deposition, and palaeography of the formation. This work was done partly in the laboratories of the Bureau of Mineral Resources, and partly in the Department of Geology of the Australian National University, Canberra (under the sponsorship of the Bureau of Mineral Resources).

  • H50/B1-2236 Contour interval: 25

  • H50/B1-2338 Contour interval: 25

  • G50/B1-2846 Contour interval: 25

  • Geoscience Australia, ACRES distribute Landsat Multi Spectral Scanner (MSS), Thermatic Mapper (TM) and Enhanced Thermatic Mapper Plus (ETM+) data for a series of epochs or time frames covering Australia. The first epoch is 1972. These data have been produced and provided by the Australian Greenhouse Office (AGO). AGO use the data in their National Carbon Accounting System for monitoring land clearing and revegetation. This data is only available through ACRES and ACRES Landsat Distributors, and not through the AGO. More information is available at <a href="http://www.ga.gov.au/acres/prod_ser/agosuite.jsp">http://www.ga.gov.au/acres/prod_ser/agosuite.jsp</a> This data is available in 1:1M tiles or as a full continental Mosaic. Tiles areas are available at: <a href="http://www.ga.gov.au/acres/prod_ser/agotilemap.jsp">http://www.ga.gov.au/acres/prod_ser/agotilemap.jsp</a>

  • H50/B1-2538 Contour interval: 25

  • 70% coverage south C53/B1-5574 Contour interval: 10 Vertical scale: 135

  • H50/B1-2337 Contour interval: 25

  • Stanley map series G51/B1-3347 Contour interval: 25