Videos On Demand

Geoscience Australia regularly hosts a series of public talks for a range of technical and general audiences delivered by leaders in their respective fields, including the Geoscience Australia Wednesday Seminars and Distinguished Geoscience Australia Lecturer (DGAL) series. A selection of these talks are filmed and are available online for on demand viewing after the presentation.

Distinguished Geoscience Australia Lecturer (DGAL) series


2017

Featuring: Petermann Ranges earthquake, National Geophysical Collection, Bioregional Assessments and the Galilee Basin, Precise Positioning, Unconventional Petroleum Resource Assessments


2016

Featuring: Uncovering the potential of the Stavely region, Supporting disaster risk reduction, The Cooper Basin petroleum prospectivity, Great Artesian Basin


2015

Featuring: Surat Basin, Mineral Exploration, Translating Airborne Electromagnetic Data, Australian Geoscience Data Cube, Data visualisation, High Performance Computing


2014

Featuring: Dynamic Topography of the Australian Plate, Life in Icy Waters, Social Vulnerability and Resilience to Disasters, Potential Field Data


2013

Featuring: Geothermal Exploration in Australia, Tsunami Mitigation Activities, Mapping the Australian Continent from Space, The Earthquake Efficiency Dividend



Public Talk Series


2017

Featuring: Geospatial Data, Interdisciplinary Studies of Large Palaeotsunami, High Performance Computing


2016

Featuring: Geospatial Online and Digital Transformation, Airborne Gravity, Building the Digital Science Capability, The Digital Transformation Office, Machine Learning, Australia's Water Resources


2015

Featuring: A History of Tsunami Warning Systems, New Approaches to Tsunami and Earthquake, Scientific Method in Software Engineering, Earthquakes and Tsunamis in Indonesia


2014

Featuring: Open Day, AGDC SAMBUCA implementation, Water Observations from Space, MODIS processing pipeline, Data Delivery and Applications