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03 November 2017Preparation is the key to reducing the impact of a tsunami, which is why Australia is focused on maintaining our early warning systems and working with our neighbours to develop better strategies to manage tsunami risk.
16 October 2017Renewable energy and science education entries have won Geoscience Australia-sponsored GovHack awards announced over the weekend at the 2017 GovHack Red Carpet Awards in Brisbane.
29 September 2017More than 175 years of historical data about earthquake and seismic monitoring in South Australia has been made publicly available by Geoscience Australia and the Geological Survey of South Australia.
22 September 2017Almost every sector in the Australian economy benefits from space technologies. The advent of global satellite and positioning technologies has enabled the precise navigation and positioning that Australians rely on in their everyday lives.
21 September 2017Australia's emergency responders and planners now have faster access to reliable spatial information at their fingertips, thanks to the new EM-LINK platform.
08 September 2017As part of continuing investigations into critical commodities, Geoscience Australia, together with University of Western Australia's Centre for Exploration Targeting, has released new analysis looking at Australia's potential for critical commodities.
07 September 2017Ten new laboratory-based roles designed to upskill Alice Springs job seekers have been created by Geoscience Australia in partnership with local Aboriginal not-for-profit company, the Centre for Appropriate Technology. The establishment of the laboratory and training roles are part of the four-year $100.5 million Exploring for the Future programme.
29 August 2017The 2017 Geoscience Australia Open Day was once again a huge success, with approximately 5000 visitors coming along to learn about our exciting and valuable work and to experience the wonderful world of geoscience.
08 August 2017Geoscience Australia has heard your feedback that we needed to improve our Data and Publications search via our website.
31 July 2017Geoscience Australia carbon capture and storage (CCS) researchers have delivered another successful round of capacity-building workshops in Xinjiang, in northwest China via the China Australia Geological Storage of CO2 (CAGS) project.