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18 August 2016Some of far north Queensland's most popular tourist destinations have been shaken by a large magnitude 5.8 earthquake, followed by a series of smaller aftershocks.
15 August 2016Canberrans can learn about the science behind Pokémon GO - and catch a few as well - this coming Sunday at Geoscience Australia's 2016 Open Day.
04 August 2016
Sustainable development of human society depends on economic, social and environmental challenges being addressed globally. Geoscience Australia has a crucial role to play in this, through expertise in geospatial information management.
02 August 2016
Geoscience Australia will be offering three exclusive behind-the-scenes tours of its building and collections during National Science Week.
01 August 2016Geoscience Australia has released the interim 2016 Australian Energy Resource Assessment (AERA) report, providing the latest update in the series of national assessments of Australia's energy resources.
29 July 2016
The count-down is on to Geoscience Australia's annual Open Day on Sunday 21 August, when we invite the community along to learn about the exciting and diverse range of work carried out by Australia's national geoscience organisation.
28 July 2016A Geoscience Australia project that is helping to build a better understanding of Australia's mineral potential has won the Engaging with the Edge category of the 2016 Public Sector Innovation Awards.
08 July 2016The collaborative effort led by Geoscience Australia to establish the AuScope Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) network, is making Position, Navigation and Timing satellite data more accessible to the Australian and international geospatial community.
04 July 2016Why is there life on Earth? We owe this phenomenon greatly to the Earth's magnetic field. This invisible force protects the planet from harmful cosmic radiation and charged particles that radiate from the sun in the form of solar winds and geomagnetic storms.
06 June 2016Fire is a natural feature of the Australian landscape and remains an ever-present threat. Understanding the risk and potential impacts of bushfire can help communities make better decisions to prepare for, and mitigate against, these risks.