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Australia's foundations revealed in a new atlas


Resource explorers, mining companies, researchers and the public will have improved opportunities to more closely investigate what geological structures lie beneath Australia with the release of an atlas of Australia's deep seismic reflection profiles.

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Geoscience Australia staff member explaining a plastic groundwater model.

New records set for Geoscience Australia's Open Day


Geoscience Australia's Open Day, held on Sunday 18 August, was another great success with a new record of around 8000 happy and interested visitors through the door.

Critical commodities for a high-tech world report re-issued


The report on Critical commodities for a high-tech world: Australia's potential to supply global demand has been re-issued and includes corrected data on mineral resources and production.

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Geoscience Australia reaches out in National Science Week


There will be more to Geoscience Australia's National Science Week activities than just our Open Day, with several public lectures by our scientists taking place across Canberra.

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Come explore the wonders of geoscience


Come and explore the wonders of geoscience when Geoscience Australia hosts its annual Open Day on Sunday 18 August.

New movie explains the importance of remote sensing


Geoscience Australia has produced a short movie highlighting the importance of remote sensing to the geosciences and to society.

 Senator Carr and ANU Vice-chancellor Professor Ian Young.

New supercomputer sheds light on historical geographic data


Australia's highest performance supercomputer was officially booted up at today's opening of the National Computational Infrastructure high performance computing centre at the Australian National University.

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