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New Exploring for the Future results confirm NT as exciting exploration frontier

5 April 2022

New data from Geoscience Australia’s Exploring for the Future program has once again confirmed the excellent geological potential of previously underexplored parts of the Northern Territory.

Geoscience Australia a key partner in new National Space Mission for Earth Observation

30 March 2022

Geoscience Australia will play a key role in supporting Australia’s emerging space industry, with a transformational new project announced as part of this week’s Commonwealth Budget.

World Water Day 2022: Groundwater, making the invisible visible

22 March 2022

Today is World Water Day and the theme is ‘Groundwater: making the invisible visible’.

Queensland innovation inspired by better satellite positioning technology

18 March 2022

Queenslanders will benefit from advanced satellite positioning as the Australian Government partners with the Queensland Government, and the private sector, to improve GPS accuracy, taking the data available to Australians from metres down to centimetres.

Virtual National Critical Minerals Research and Development Centre

17 March 2022

I welcome the exciting announcement by the Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Minister for Resources and Water Keith Pitt on 16 March, which sets out a new Critical Minerals Strategy, including a series of initiatives to build a competitive critical minerals sector in Australia.


Mapping and measuring Australia’s ever-changing landscape

3 March 2022

Australia is an ancient land, with an ever-changing landscape. To help track and understand these changes, our Digital Earth Australia team has developed DEA Land Cover.

New generation Earth observation data is now available

28 February 2022

Peter Doucette, Acting Director of the U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Center has announced that data from the newest Landsat satellite is now publicly available following the September 2021 launch and a period of calibration and testing.

Geoscience Australia kicks off an exciting program of scientific seminars for the year

25 February 2022

Geoscience Australia continues to make science accessible for everyone, with an exciting program of public talks kicking off for the year.

Seeking Expressions of Interest for Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Ground Station Site Hosts

24 February 2022

Positioning Australia is the Geoscience Australia program delivering a national capability of accurate and reliable positioning anywhere, anytime.

A closer look at the upper Darling River region

23 February 2022

Minister for Resources and Water Keith Pitt today announced that new light will be shed on the potential for additional groundwater resources in the upper Darling River region as part of the $225 million Exploring for the Future program.

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