Public Talks Archive
A selection of the following public talks have been filmed and are available online for on demand viewing after the presentation.
Meet Geoscience Australia's 2017 Graduates
22 March 2017
Nine graduates were selected into the 2017 Geoscience Australia Graduate Program. Come along and learn about their journey to Geoscience Australia.
Do we have the right tools to take Geoscience Australia scientific data into the future?
15 March 2017
Taking Geoscience Australia's scientific data into the future we will need to ensure we have the right tools. Geoscience Australia's Scientific Data section is implementing a range of data platforms to ensure the data holdings of the agency can be transported into the future and be used by ourselves and generations to come.
Geoscience information and Web 3.0: what Geoscience Australia is doing at the forefront of scientific data delivery
08 March 2017
Publishing geoscience information is one way Geoscience Australia adds value to the nation. Web 3.0 technologies enhance information discoverability and description for people and enable the machine-to-machine Internet. This talk will describe what Web 3.0 is and how Geoscience Australia is leading government in its use of it.
Web services have become the accepted way of delivering free and open spatial data over the internet from government data providers. This presentation will show how web service data standards, such as GeoSciML, are used to ensure that data conform to agreed structures and can be used to support evidence-based analysis and research.
National Positioning Infrastructure - Testing a Satellite based Augmentation System (SBAS)
22 February 2017
This presentation will give a brief introduction to the National Positioning Infrastructure Capability (NPIC) and its components. Details will be provided of the Satellite Based Augmentation System (SBAS) testbed (NPIC component 1) that was funded in the 2016/17 MYEFO and commenced in February 2017.
How do you find and measure leakage from geological storage sites or gas fields? This talk will provide an overview of our understanding of the gas migration behaviour in the near surface gained through large field experiments and observations at natural seepage sites.
Are Australian Government science organisations strategic in their communication efforts, or not? And why does this matter? A recent study of 20 such organisations, including Geoscience Australia, sheds light on these questions; finding that many of the organisations have room to improve when it comes to using communication to support business outcomes.
Lutetium-Hafnium and Oxygen-isotope analyses on zircons are techniques that Geoscience Australia has recently started using to trace the source of rocks back through time. This talk will outline the basics of these tools, demonstrate an application in the southern Thomson Orogen in New South Wales and outline plans for upcoming work programs including the Exploring for the Future initiative.
An important part of managing Australia's marine resources is mapping the geology beneath the sea floor using seismic surveys. As part of this work, we must understand and mitigate associated environmental impacts. This presentation will outline Geoscience Australia's environmental mitigation strategies, as well as results from a recent study examining the effects of a Bass Strait seismic survey on fish and scallops.
Science 101: Introduction to Mineral and Energy Resources
09 December 2016
'Introduction to Mineral and Energy Resources' is the second in the Science 101 seminar series providing an introduction to a range of scientific topics related to Geoscience Australia's work. No prior technical knowledge is required.
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