Geoscience Australia maintains a database of nuclear explosions with the location, time and size of explosions around the world since 1945.
The Petroleum Information Management System (PIMS) is a search tool for discovery of survey and well data assets and physical samples held by the Geoscience Australia Repository. Data can be ordered and viewing of samples can be arranged via an online form. Although this is public data, fees are charged to cover the cost of transcription and delivery.
This application provides access to Geoscience Australia's Oracle petroleum wells databases. Data themes include header data, biostratigraphy, organic geochemistry, reservoir and facies, stratigraphy, velocity and directional surveys. Data is included for offshore and onshore regions. Scientific data entry is generally only conducted for offshore wells. Onshore data is generally acquired from state geological surveys.
Place Name Search allows the user to search for locations of places in Australia.
Recent Earthquakes in Australia, the region and the world.
If you felt an earthquake, or know of an earthquake that occurred recently, please fill in this form. Even if you did not feel the earthquake yourself, please fill in the form, as this information will assist us.
The Rock Properties Explorer is the discovery and delivery tool for Geoscience Australia's Rock Properties Database. This database contains a range of petrophysical data from around Australia including mass density, magnetic susceptibility and natural magnetic remanence of surface and borehole samples.
View information on or download scanned images of all 1:250 000 scale geology maps of Australia. Images are available in 75 DPI, 125 DPI or 250 DPI resolution JPG files. Digital delivery of published (ie, cartographically produced) geological maps. When georeferenced, these images may be used as background information in GIS applications. Scanned image (eg, JPG), postscript, or PDF format published geological maps (including regolith, surface geology and solid geology) at all scales. This data may or may not be georeferenced.
Sentinel is a national bushfire monitoring system that provides timely information about hotspots to emergency service managers across Australia. The mapping system allows users to identify fire locations with a potential risk to communities and property.
Compute Sun and Moon Azimuth & Elevation To use this facility you need to know the latitude and longitude of the location for which you want to calculate the azimuth and vertical angle.