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Do you have Australia's next Top GeoShot?


Entries are now open for Geoscience Australia's 2013 Top GeoShot photographic competition.

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Access to products and data made easy


To help you access Geoscience Australia's diverse range of data, products and services we have created a new purpose built interface, with text and map search functions.

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New phase for Chinese-Australian CO2 storage collaboration


Australia and China can expect to have an improved understanding about the geological storage of carbon dioxide (CO2) following a meeting in Melbourne this week of leading researchers from both countries.

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Reducing earthquake impact


Seismologists will be better able to determine risk of damage to buildings and infrastructure from future earthquakes in the Sydney Basin following a recent survey of seismic shear-wave velocities in the region.

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Victorian residents shaken by magnitude 3.1 earthquake


Residents around the southern Victorian city of Geelong were woken by a magnitude 3.1 earthquake at 2.41 this morning.

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Best practice science is open and transparent


Geoscience Australia has a new set of Science Principles, developed to guide the agency's research for the benefit of all Australians.

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Five years and going strong


When you need to confirm your age, it is easily done with a birth certificate, but in some cases, such as determining the age of rocks to assist the search for new mineral and energy resources, it requires highly sophisticated, specialised equipment.

Recognised as the international signature for tsunami, this painting is by Japanese artist, Katsushika Hokusai

Indian Ocean countries take on tsunami monitoring


Australia is one of three countries to formally undertake tsunami monitoring to provide advice about possible threats to Indian Ocean countries.

The airborne electromagnetic survey aircraft to be used in Western Australia

Aircraft gathers water data


An aerial survey being carried out in southwest Western Australia will provide new scientific information for landholders, natural resource managers, researchers and Government agencies about the region's groundwater resources.

Survey reveals secrets of life on the edge


A recent marine survey has discovered evidence that a large coral reef once flourished around the spectacular remnant of an ancient volcano in waters off Lord Howe Island.

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