Web delivery system to provide locality description and images of AFGN stations to the general public.
An application to calculate geomagnetic field values in Australia using the 2010 Australian Geomagnetic Reference Field model (AGRF) model.
The Australian Spatial Information System (AMSIS) is a web based interactive mapping and decision support system that improves access to integrated government and non-government information in the Australian Marine Jurisdiction. AMSIS contains over 80 layers of information including maritime boundaries, bathymetry, physical and environmental information, legal interests, fisheries and shipping that has been sourced from Geoscience Australia, other Australian government agencies and some industry sources. AMSIS also contains the offshore mineral locations data that was used to create the Offshore Minerals Map. AMSIS has been developed using standards to support interoperability enabling integration with the National Oceans Portal and other on-line initiatives. Geoscience Australia is working with other agencies and organisations to add additional information. Information in this application should not be relied upon as the sole source of information for commercial and operational decisions. AMSIS should not be used for navigational purposes.
The Australian Atlas of Mineral Resources, Mines, and Processing Centres.
The objectives of the Australian Stratigraphic Units Database are to provide the primary national standard for geological names in Australia and to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of communication of geological unit information.
Canberra Realtime geomagnetic Data for last 24 hours
Interactive Quiz using satellite images of Australian capital cities.
Geoscience Australia is Australia's pre-eminent public sector geoscience organisation. Geoscience Australia provides a range of material and services to promote geoscience awareness in the community. This portal is a geoscience information discovery, delivery, analysis and decision-support tool including access to over 7000 web-served data layers. The Community and Education portal is intended to bridge the gap between technical products and more general users; it is an introduction to the data and capabilities of other portals with a focus on non-geoscientists in the community, school teachers and students. The portal provides a pre-populated number of data layers for which the descriptions of the layers have been written in plain English wherever possible and includes information on how the data may be used or what analysis tools are available.
The Critical Minerals Mapping Initiative (CMMI) Portal is a free interactive mapping tool designed to share outputs from the geoscientific collaboration between Geoscience Australia (GA), the Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) and the United States Geological Survey (USGS). Focused on building a diversified critical minerals industry in Australia, Canada, and the United States, the CMMI is developing a better understanding of: • known critical mineral resources. • geologic controls on critical mineral distribution for deposits currently producing by-products. • how to infer new sources of supply through critical mineral potential mapping and quantitative mineral assessments.
Information on earthquakes that have occurred and been located recently in Australia and the region and any significant international earthquakes. Also information on past earthquakes.