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GIS formatted datasets include comprehensive geological and exploration data; GIS formatted datasets include 1:250 000 and 1:100 000 scale geology; gravity data; drill holes, mineral deposits, petrological data, stream sediment data, whole rock geochemistry, geographical information and geophysical data (TMI, DTM, Ternary Radiometric and Landsat). Apart from the geophysical images, these datasets have not been updated during the 2012 upgrade of this Data Package. All other datasets remain current to the original date of publication (May 1998). Contact Geospatial for more information. Full coverage across two 1:250 000 sheets (Cobar SH/55-14 and Nymagee SI/55-2) and coverage across fourteen 1:100 000 sheets (Booroondarra - 7935, The Meadows - 7934, Cobar - 8035, Sussex - 8135, Coolabah - 8235, Wrightville - 8034, Canbelego - 8134, Hermidale - 8234, Lachlan Downs - 8033, Nymagee - 8133, Bodabah - 8233, Mount Allen - 8032, Kilparney - 8132, Gindoono - 8232).
The GIS data contained in this Data Package was originally compiled for earlier (now unsupported) versions of ESRI & MapInfo GIS software. As a result, some of the customisation originally incorporated into these packages may not completely function in more recent ESRI & MapInfo GIS software. Also note that the GIS data in this package was compiled in 1998 using the now-superseded AGD66 datum but has been reprojected to the current (GDA94) datum as part of the October 2012 upgrade. This update includes: Reprojected GIS data (Transformed from AGD66 datum) to GDA_1994_MGA_Zone_55. Creation of MXD and PMF files for improved ESRI functionality. Updated workspaces for enhanced performance in more recent versions of Mapinfo. Creation of KMZ files for operability within Google Earth. Updated geophysical images Total Magnetic Intensity (TMI, 50m, 1VD RTP), Digital Elevation Model, Composite KUTh Radiometric, Landsat Image. ESRI/Arc Shapefiles, MXD and PMF - MapInfo Tables, Workspaces
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