Dataset

Shared Navigation Integration Project (SNIP) - Seismic Navigation

Geoscience Australia
Fleming, A. ( Contributor ) Fugro ( Contributor )
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The SNIP (Shared Navigation Integration Project) data was purchased by Geoscience Australia from Fugro Multi Client Services in 2007. The dataset includes 3156 onshore and offshore seismic navigation data from Australia and New Zealand for surveys acquired prior to 2003.

Geoscience Australia is making available the SNIP data (as originally purchased) in two formats, KML and Shapefile formats. These files were generated from WGS84 coordinates of all surveys contained in the SNIP database.

The KML file can be viewed using a range of applications including Google Earth, NASA WorldWind, ESRI ArcGIS Explorer, Adobe PhotoShop, AutoCAD3D or any other earth browser (geobrowser) that accepts KML formatted data.

Alternatively the Shapefile can be downloaded and viewed using any application that supports shape files.

Geoscience Australia plans to build on this dataset to deliver this information over the web in the future.

Disclaimer: Geoscience Australia gives no warranty regarding the data downloads provided herein nor the data's accuracy, completeness, currency or suitability for any particular purpose. Geoscience Australia disclaims all other liability for all loss, damages, expense and costs incurred by any person as a result of relying on the information in the SNIP data downloads.

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Issued: 2009

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