The National Land & Water Resources Audit (the Audit) in cooperation with CSIRO Land & Water, Geoscience Australia and the University of Tasmania were involved a number of projects as part of the Estuarine, Coastal and Marine Work plan. This web site has been set up to provide access to quicklooks for Quickbird Imagery acquired as part of the projects as well as some other documents. The later includes information on the Field Spectroradiometer Loan Service - refer Fact sheets on navigation panel.
Note: the Audit ceased operations on 30 June 2008. As such this site is now under the OzCoasts program being run by Geoscience Australia.
Update (21 May 2010)
New text on how to use the web mapping application:
For those wanting to link directly to the web mapping application it can be accessed using the following link:
Google KML File - Alternatively click here to download a KML with links to the Quicklooks
(23 July 2009)
It has been brought to our attention that some of the Quickbird images supplied under this project have an artefact present known as Circuit Boarding which can result in a loss of pixel information. Click here for additional information
(18 March 2009)
The Quickbird order has been finalised with SKM, processed by DigitalGlobe and delivered to Geoscience Australia (GA).
GA have recently finalised a process to enable the Quickbird imagery to be made available to authorised users subject to certain license conditions.
Quicklooks for the actual images are now viewable on HTML Quickbird Results link on the navigation panel to the left.
Quickbird Image Queries
For any queries about accessing data and licence requirements, please refer to the information in Geoscience Australia’s (GA) web site http://www.ga.gov.au/earth-observation/accessing-satellite-imagery/ordering/pricing/quickbird-processed-products.html or contact the GA Sales Centre on 1800 800 173 or email@example.com
Should you have any queries with this web site or wish to report any problems please contact:
Christopher Auricht - NRM Consultant Phone 0417 817 579
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