Public Talks Archive
A selection of the following public talks have been filmed and are available online for on demand viewing after the presentation.
This presentation will celebrate Library and Information Week 2015, by highlighting the vast array of geoscientific information resources held by the Geoscience Australia's N H (Doc) Fisher Library.
The Atlas of Living Australia
20 May 2015
The Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) contains a wealth of information on all known species in Australia, aggregated from a wide range of data providers including museums, herbaria, community groups, government departments, individuals and universities.
Dr Ian Roach will outline the benefits of airborne electromagnetic (AEM) survey data as a key tool for mapping geology undercover and the potential implications for understanding the energy, minerals and regional geology.
Professor Phil Cummins will give an overview of new approaches to understanding earthquake rupture and tsunami generation, and how this new information will potentially be used in future tsunami warning and forecasting systems.
ICT IS Information Forum
29 April 2015
The latest ICT Information Forum hosted by Geoscience Australia's Chief Information Officer Antony Stinziani will include updates on current ICT initiatives and activities taking place across Geoscience Australia.
Guided tour of Geoscience Australia's laboratories
22 April 2015
Ever wanted to find out how rocks, oil, gas and water are analysed? Now's your chance! Following a brief introductory overview, take a tour through some of Geoscience Australia's laboratories.
The inevitability of disaster, and how a change in thinking can change the outcome, covers some of the recent severe to catastrophic disasters including the Canberra fires. Emergency Management Australia's Mark Crosweller proposes a set of principles in which to view disasters differently.
Malcolm Coxhead from the Australian Safeguards and Non-Proliferation Office will report on a case study of how science mixes with politics as part of the verification procedures for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty.
The Australian Geoscience Data Cube is a novel approach for analysis of satellite imagery and other geospatial datasets. Earth observation satellites have been continuously passing over Australia since at least 1972.
Meet Geoscience Australia's 2015 Graduates
25 March 2015
Nine graduates were selected into the 2015 Geoscience Australia Graduate Program. Come along to meet the successful graduates and find out about their journey to Geoscience Australia.
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