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Scanned 250K Geological Maps Index (WMS)

This Web Map Service displays the spatial extents of scanned images of all 1:250 000 scale geological maps of Australia. The service contains information on the edition, publication date, and map publisher, and has links to map images available as 75 DPI, 125 DPI or 250 DPI resolution JPG files.

Scanned 250K Geological Maps Index ESRI Mapserver

This Web Map Service displays the spatial extents of scanned images of all 1:250 000 scale geological maps of Australia. The service contains information on the edition, publication date, and map publisher, and has links to map images available as 75 DPI, 125 DPI or 250 DPI resolution JPG files.

Australian Topography Map Service

The Australian Topographic map service is seamless national dataset coverage for the whole of Australia. The map portrays detailed graphic representation of features that appear on the Earth's surface. These features include cultural, hydrography and relief themes. SS, MS and LS refer to Small, Medium and Large Scale datasets.

Scanned 250K Geological Maps (web application)

View or download scanned images of all 1:250 000 scale geology maps of Australia. Images are available in 75 DPI, 125 DPI or 250 DPI resolution JPG files. The images are not spatially georeferenced. This application is deliverd on the Geoscience Portal (www.geoscience.gov.au), a collaborative web portal maintained by Geoscience Australia on behalf of all Australian State, Territory and Commonwealth geological survey agencies.

Index Antarctica Maps and Charts

Geoscience Australia distributes a range of Antarctica maps and images at various scales and currency, on behalf of Australian Antarctic Division. These products are very diverse and include topographic maps and satellite images, ranging from landscape specific (1:1,000 scale) to regional (1:20,000,000) scale.

Printed Topographic Map Index 50K

Map Index indicating the availability of the Department of Defence produced 50K topographic mapping. Folded copies only which are available free of charge. Product Specifications Coverage: Australia Currency: 2004 (PDF); 2004 (data) Coordinates: Geographical Datum: GDA94 Format: ArcInfo Export, ArcView Shapefile and MapInfo mid/mif; PDF (maps only); Paper Map (maps only) Medium: GIS Data Free online, free folded map or CD-ROM (fee applies) Forward Program: Updated annually

Aeromagnetic Survey Index Map, February 2014

Displays the coverage of publicly available digital aeromagnetic data. The map legend is coloured according to the line spacing of the survey with broader line spacings (lower resolution surveys) displayed in shades of lighter blue and coral. Closer line spacings (higher resolution surveys are displayed in red, dark blue and purple.

Airborne Electromagnetic Survey Index Map, May 2012

Displays the coverage of publicly available digital airborne electomagnetic survey data. The map legend is coloured according to the line spacing of the survey.

Aeromagnetic Survey Index Map, November 2012

Displays the coverage of publicly available digital aeromagnetic data. The map legend is coloured according to the line spacing of the survey with broader line spacings (lower resolution surveys) displayed in shades of blue. Closer line spacings (higher resolution surveys are displayed in red, purple and coral.

Australian Geological Provinces (2013.01 edition) Web Map Service

The Australian Geological Provinces Database contains descriptions and spatial extents of the fundamental geological elements of the Australian continent and offshore surrounds. Province types include sedimentary basins, tectonic provinces such as cratons and orogens, igneous provinces, and metallogenic provinces. Spatial data has been captured largely at approximately 1:1M scale for intended use between 1:2M and 1:5M scale. This edition (2013.01) of the dataset is not a complete representation of all of Australia's geological provinces. Further work is required to complete the national geological province collection. Additionally, not all the provinces supplied herein have undergone a rigorous quality assurance (QA) check to ensure the accuracy and completeness of their descriptions. The geological definition of some provinces is contentious. While every effort has been made to achieve a consensus interpretation of each province, including significant collaboration with state and territory geological surveys, scientific debate may still occur about the nature and extent of some provinces. The full 2D spatial extent (ie, including the extent of a province under any overlying cover material) of provinces has been captured. Where possible, the full extent outlines (contacts) of provinces have been attributed with information about the source, accuracy, and observation method of those lines.