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Spatial Data

GeoVic

 GeoVic is a free web mapping application which allows users to search geospatial databases and to display the results as maps or tables. GeoVic data layers include the following:

  • mineral, petroleum and extractive industry tenements
  • land-use data
  • aerial photography
  • airborne geophysical survey boundaries
  • gravity, magnetic and radiometric images
  • borehole & well data
  • surface geochemistry results
  • mines and mineral occurrences
  • geological maps and interpretations at various scales

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Mining Licences Near Me

 "Mining Licences Near Me" is an online search tool that locates mining and petroleum licences across Victoria.

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Data.Vic

 Data.Vic supports re-usable, accessible, understandable and shareable, Victorian government data. More than 3000 datasets, tools and resources are available.

The Earth Resources Spatial Data Collection in Data.Vic includes the following packages:

  • Coal
  • Current Earth Resource Tenements
  • Geological Sites
  • Geological Interpretations
  • Geophysical Interpretations
  • Geophysical and Geochemical Surveys
  • Gold Undercover
  • Land Status and Boundaries
  • Minerals
  • Earth Resources Expired Tenements
  • Miscellaneous
  • Oil and Gas
  • Regolith Landform Interpretations
  • Wells and Boreholes

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AuScope Portal

 AuScope was formed to facilitate the implementation of a world-class infrastructure system for earth science through the delivery of a range of technologies and capabilities in data acquisition, management, modelling and simulation across the geospatial and geoscience spectrum.

The Geological Survey of Victoria contributes data to AuScope.

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OneGeology

 OneGeology is a multinational venture involving the network of geological surveys around the world; the international umbrella organisations of the Commission for the Geological Map of the World (CGMW), International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS) and United Nations Educational Scientific & Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and the International Framework of the International Steering Committee for Global Mapping (ISCGM).

OneGeology is a distributed model – a dynamic set of geological map and other geoscience data served mostly on a national basis by individual geological surveys and other institutions.

The Geological Survey of Victoria contributes data to OneGeology.

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GeoNetwork

 GeoNetwork open source is a spatial metadata catalogue. It enables sharing of geographically referenced thematic information between different organizations, and is used in numerous spatial data infrastructure initiatives across the world.

The Geological Survey of Victoria contributes data to GeoNetwork.

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