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Australian Bathymetry and Topography Grid, June 2009

Whiteway, T. (2009)
Publisher: Geoscience Australia
In 2005 Geoscience Australia and the National Oceans Office undertook a joint project to produce a consistent, high-quality 9 arc second (0.0025° or ~250m at the equator) bathymetric grid for Australian waters. In 2009 a number of new datasets were included in an updated version of the grid. The 2009 bathymetric grid of Australia has been produced to include recently acquired datasets, and solutions to issues identified in the previous version. The revised grid has the same extents as ...

Geoscience Australia and Geological Survey of Queensland Surat and Bowen Basins Groundwater Surveys Hydrochemistry Dataset (2009-2011)

Feitz, A.J.; Ransley, T.R.; Dunsmore, R.; Kuske, T.J.; Hodgkinson, J.; Preda, M.; Spulak, R.; Dixon, O.; Draper, J. (2014)
Publisher: Geoscience Australia
Recent national and state assessments have concluded that sedimentary formations that underlie or are within the Great Artesian Basin (GAB) may be suitable for the storage of greenhouse gases. These same formations contain methane and naturally generated carbon dioxide that has been trapped for millions of years. The Queensland government has released exploration permits for Greenhouse Gas Storage in the Bowen and Surat basins. An important consideration in assessing the potentia...

Magnetic Anomaly Map of Australia, Fifth Edition, 2010

Geoscience Australia (2010)
Publisher: Geoscience Australia
Survey conducted by the Commonwealth Government or State/Territory Geological Survey (or equivalent) collecting airborne geophysical data

National ASTER Map of Australia

Cudahy, T.; Caccetta, M.; Thomas, M. (2012)
Publisher: Geoscience Australia
This is the parent datafile of a dataset that comprises a set of 14+ geoscience products made up of mosaiced ASTER (Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer) scenes across Australia. The individual geoscience products are a combination of bands and band ratios to highlight different mineral groups and parameters including: False colour composite CSIRO Landsat TM Regolith Ratios Green vegetation content Ferric oxide content Ferric oxide composition Ferrous iron index Opaq...

Water Observations from Space

Mueller, N.; Lewis, A.; Roberts, D.; Sixsmith, J.; Lymburner, L.; Tan, P.; Ip, A.; Ring, S. (2014)
Publisher: Geoscience Australia
WOfS is a gridded dataset indicating areas where surface water has been observed using the Geoscience Australia (GA) Earth observation satellite data holdings. The WOfS product Version 1.0 includes observations taken between 1998 and 2012 (inclusive) from the Landsat 5 and 7 satellites. WOfS version 1.5 includes observations from 1987 to March 2014. Future versions of the product will extend the temporal range and diversify the data sources. WOfS covers all of mainland Australia and Tasmania ...

AGRI: The Australian Geographic Reference Image

Geoscience Australia (2011)
Publisher: Geoscience Australia
Geoscience Australia is distributing the Australian Geographic Reference Image (AGRI), a national mosaic which provides a spatially correct reference image at a 2.5 metre resolution across Australia. Geoscience Australia developed AGRI to address the need for a higher resolution reference image, of known accuracy, over the entire Australian continent. Geoscience Australia developed AGRI between July 2009 and June 2011. The project was made possible by a combination of new data from Japan'...