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If you want to travel over to Valhalla, you don't have to visit Scandinavia, or die in battle – you just need to anglicise the spelling to Walhalla and visit Victoria's Gippsland.
Reports from the Broken Hill Managed Aquifer Recharge project were released today by Parliamentary Secretary for the Department of the Environment, Senator the Hon. Simon Birmingham.
A new portrait photography exhibition capturing the faces of 100 Australian scientists has opened in Canberra taking a contemporary snapshot of Canberra scientists who have made significant contributions to research in science, medicine and health.
New gravity data obtained in the Woomera Prohibited Area in South Australia have been released.
Scientists from Geoscience Australia have recently completed a major project working together with technical agencies and local authorities in the Greater Metropolitan Manila area in the Philippines, to develop Philippine capacity for assessing the impacts of natural hazards.
A major aerial survey is currently taking place across the Murray-Darling Basin, capturing three-dimensional data which will accurately model water flows and enable greater understanding of floodplain inundation.
A major, new deep crustal seismic reflection survey is being undertaken to complete the acquisition of almost 1800 kilometres of continuous data across numerous geological provinces in two States and the Northern Territory.
One of the most comprehensive geophysical investigations of Australia's geological makeup ever undertaken is expected to reveal unprecedented detail of the continent's crust and upper mantle.
A newly released study of mineral systems in Australia's vast salt lakes indicates significant potential for valuable mineral deposits.
A significant increase in demand for Geoscience Australia's Global Position System processing service, AUSPOS from North American users during the recent shutdown of the United States government has continued well beyond the political settlement in the United States.