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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.

NationalMap Colour Topographic Base World WM WMTS

This service is produced for the NationalMap project. It provides seamless topographic colour mapping for the whole of Australia, including the external territories of Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Christmas Island, Norfolk Island and Lord Howe Island. The service consists of Geoscience Australia data at smaller scales and OpenStreetMap data is used at larger scales.

NationalMap Colour Topographic Base World WM

This service is produced for the NationalMap project. It provides seamless topographic colour mapping for the whole of Australia, including the external territories of Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Christmas Island, Norfolk Island and Lord Howe Island. The service consists of Geoscience Australia data at smaller scales and OpenStreetMap data is used at larger scales.

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.

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.

Australian Geological Provinces (2013.01 edition) ESRI MapServer

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.

Geological Provinces 2013 WMS

The Australian Geological Provinces web map service contains descriptions 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. The full 2D spatial extent (i.e. including the extent of a province under any overlying cover material) of each province has been captured.

Geological Provinces 2013 ESRI Mapserver

The Australian Geological Provinces web map service contains descriptions 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. The full 2D spatial extent (i.e. including the extent of a province under any overlying cover material) of each province has been captured.

Australian Mines and Mineral Deposit Map, June 2005

Australian Mines and Mineral Deposit Map, 1:5 000 000, June 2005 Version