The Australian Spatial Information System (AMSIS) is a web based interactive mapping and decision support system that improves access to integrated government and non-government information in the Australian Marine Jurisdiction. AMSIS contains over 80 layers of information including maritime boundaries, bathymetry, physical and environmental information, legal interests, fisheries and shipping that has been sourced from Geoscience Australia, other Australian government agencies and some industry sources. AMSIS also contains the offshore mineral locations data that was used to create the Offshore Minerals Map. AMSIS has been developed using standards to support interoperability enabling integration with the National Oceans Portal and other on-line initiatives. Geoscience Australia is working with other agencies and organisations to add additional information. Information in this application should not be relied upon as the sole source of information for commercial and operational decisions. AMSIS should not be used for navigational purposes.
The Australian Atlas of Mineral Resources, Mines, and Processing Centres.
The objectives of the Australian Stratigraphic Units Database are to provide the primary national standard for geological names in Australia and to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of communication of geological unit information.
Canberra Realtime geomagnetic Data for last 24 hours
Interactive Quiz using satellite images of Australian capital cities.
Information on earthquakes that have occurred and been located recently in Australia and the region and any significant international earthquakes. Also information on past earthquakes.
Some interesting lists of earthquakes in Australia and internationally.
The earthquake mapping tool allows you to: * view recent earthquakes which occurred over the past 30 days * search and explore all Australian earthquakes * search and explore earthquakes worldwide * view seismograms of earthquakes over the past 90 days * advise Geoscience Australia when you have felt a recent earthquake.
Geoscience Australia's Geochron Delivery system is the retrieval system for geochronological data stored by Geoscience Australia. The system will be continually updated as the volume, variety and quality of available geochronological data increase. The initial (September 2011) release contains only ion microprobe (SHRIMP) data, comprising data from about 560 samples, chiefly derived from Geoscience Australia's previous Geochronology OZCHRON. Migration of further OZCHRON data, and upload of more recent data (including analyses obtained in collaboration with the States and the Northern Territory under the National Geoscience Agreement) is ongoing and continuous.
Geodetic Calculations - Redfearn's Formulae, Geographic to Grid Given Latitude and Longitude, calculate Easting, Northing, Zone for a Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) projection, Grid convergence and Point Scale Factor.