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  • Deep Leads Areas for Alluvial Gold. Compiled from maps associated with GSV Bulletin 62 (1988) by Frank Canavan. Bendigo 1:250,000 DEEPLD250 has also been added to the dataset.

  • Geophysical Magnetic Unit - Lines

  • Coal seam floor contoured at 10 m. <a href=&#09;http://er-info.dpi.vic.gov.au/publications/documentation/geovic_3/earth_resources/coal_model_modelled_seam_descriptions_2011.html&#09;>Link to Further Coal Seam model Information</a> <a href=&#09;http://geology.data.vic.gov.au/CoalResource/&#09;>Link to Coal Model Data (works in firefox , but not internet explorer)</a>

  • Strip Ratio Maps The following ten strip ratio maps were generated accross the 2011 Coal model area: to Yallourn seam floor; to Morwell 1a seam floor; to Morwell 1b seam floor; to Morwell 2a seam floor; to Morwell 2a seam floor; to Traralgon seam floor; to 200m depth; to 300m depth; to 400m depth; and to 500m depth. Maps show vertical striping ratio expressed as coal tonnes to waste cubic metres. Seam floor maps are calculated to the floor of the specified seam (or lowest split); or lowest overlying seam if this seam is absent. Depth maps are calculated to the lowest seamfloor that is shallower than the specified depth. The model is based on a pre-mine topography and substantial coal has already been extracted. <a href=&#09;http://er-info.dpi.vic.gov.au/publications/documentation/geovic_3/earth_resources/coal_model_modelled_seam_descriptions_2011.html&#09;>Link to Further Coal Seam model Information</a> <a href=&#09;http://geology.data.vic.gov.au/CoalResource/&#09;>Link to Coal Model Data (works in firefox , but not internet explorer)</a>

  • Coal (tonne) to Waste (bcm) ratio.

  • Extent of the Digital 3D Geological Model of the Latrobe Valley Coal Resource. This polygon defines the area covered by the 2011 version of the Latrobe Valley Coal Model. The model is intended as a regional scale tool for supporting the management of the resource, matching coal to development opportunities and informing land use planning. It captures a century of coal delineation work in a powerful, flexible and contemporary format. 9086 cores have been modelled (an increase of 641 bores over the 2008 version) over a total area of 4912 km2, including all Gippsland brown coal fields identified in DPI's inventory of coal resources. Seams have been extended into the Seaspray Depression covering the Longford, Boodyarn, Won Wron, Greenmount, Alberton and Gelliondale coal fields; as well as into the Moe Swamp covering the Moe and Yarragon coal fields. The model is based on a pre-mine topography and substantial coal has already been extracted. <a href=&#09;http://er-info.dpi.vic.gov.au/publications/documentation/geovic_3/earth_resources/coal_model_modelled_seam_descriptions_2011.html&#09;>Link to Further Coal Seam model Information</a> <a href=&#09;http://geology.data.vic.gov.au/CoalResource/&#09;>Link to Coal Model Data (works in firefox , but not internet explorer)</a>

  • Geological Facies

  • Geological Gold Fields

  • Coal seam isopach. contoured at 10 m. <a href=&#09;http://er-info.dpi.vic.gov.au/publications/documentation/geovic_3/earth_resources/coal_model_modelled_seam_descriptions_2011.html&#09;>Link to Further Coal Seam model Information</a> <a href=&#09;http://geology.data.vic.gov.au/CoalResource/&#09;>Link to Coal Model Data (works in firefox , but not internet explorer)</a>

  • This dataset contains 5 minute graticule points covering the state of Victoria.