Public Talks Archive

A selection of the following public talks have been filmed and are available online for on demand viewing after the presentation.

Digital Earth Australia Public Showcase

18th February 2021

Join us for our Digital Earth Australia Quarterly Showcase. The showcase is an opportunity to engage with the Digital Earth Australia (DEA) program and find out more about our current projects and progress.

GLOBE (Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment): a NASA sponsored citizen science program

2nd December 2020

Hear how GLOBE connects students, teachers, scientists, and citizens from different parts of the world to conduct real, hands-on science about their local environment and to put this in a global perspective.

More Agile Minds: an encore and expansion upon the benefits of an agile mindset in the workplace

25th November 2020

The speaker, AWE’s Deputy Secretary, Agricultural Trade Group, will briefly recap his previous talk of 2 September on agile values and principles and their benefits. The rest of the seminar will then be an open, more interactive session with the audience.

Digital Earth Australia Quarterly Showcase

18th February 2021

Join us for our Digital Earth Australia Quarterly Showcase. The showcase is an opportunity to engage with the Digital Earth Australia (DEA) program and find out more about our current projects and progress.

Unconformity-related rare earth element deposits: A new source of critical metals for Australia

18th November 2020

This talk will present the geology and genesis of Australia’s REE orebodies and highlight the potential for further REE ore discoveries, particularly in Australia’s vast intracontinental sedimentary basins.

Geoscience Australia and the Wonderful World of Drones – What are drones? What do you need to know before you start using them? How can they be exploited for science?

4th November 2020

What is a drone/Unmanned Aerial Vehicle/Remotely Piloted Aircraft System? What are the rules for operating drones in Australia? How are RPAS being exploited for science at Geoscience Australia? Join us to find out!

From National to Local: GA’s Tropical Cyclone Hazard Assessment in Action - Unlocking the treasure trove of events to improve disaster planning and response

28th October 2020

Unlocking the treasure trove of information from GA’s hazard, exposure and vulnerability data collections – spanning national to local scales – to help emergency services be better prepared for the impacts of tropical cyclones.

Future Earth Australia: Addressing Australia’s Sustainability Challenges

21st October 2020

Learn about Future Earth Australia's work implementing the Sustainability Development Goals in Australia, collaborations with GA like a Ten-Year Strategy on Sustainable Oceans and Coasts, and opportunities for early career researchers and practitioners.

Data integration for greenfields exploration: uncovering new exploration frontiers in northern Australia

14th October 2020

New frontiers need to be opened up for mineral exploration, largely where prospective basement rocks are hidden under cover. New datasets give us fresh eyes to explore mineral prospectivity in these parts of Australia and discover new mineral provinces.

The release of the 2019 Australian National Gravity Grids

7th October 2020

New Date: This presentation, coinciding with the release of a new web interface to the Australian Fundamental Gravity Network and the 2019 Australian National Gravity Grids, looks at some of the national scale gravity activities at Geoscience Australia.


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