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Australia’s Coordinates out by More Than 1.5 m

The Australian continent tectonic plate is moving 7 cm a year (and colliding with the Pacific Plate, which is heading west 11 cm a year) and experts at Geoscience Australia


A New Era of Space Collaboration between Australia and U.S.

On June 18, 2015 in Canberra, Australia, the U.S. Geological Survey and Geoscience Australia signed a comprehensive new partnership to maximize land remote sensing operations and data that can help


Australian Government Launches National Map Open Data Initiative

In recent news, Australian Government has launched a single platform for number of the data sets released by the government. With the launch of National Map Open Data Initiative, people


Isotropic Depleted Mantle Model Age Map of Australia

Geoscience Australia has released the Samarium-Neodymium (isotope) depleted mantle maps of the Australian continent. This view included the investigation of Australia’s lithospheric architecture to establish a whole-of-lithosphere architectural framework as a