Ppt on australian continent map

The Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research A partnership between CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology Synergy of altimetry with other data and.

covariance functions on- vs. off-shelf So far I’ve talked about synoptic maps and short time-scales, what about longer time scales? The Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research A partnership between CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology But /coastal tidegauges. but we need many altimeters to adequately sample the rapid changes of on-shelf sea level tidegauges record continously. Interpolate along-shore. we should be including the global network of tidegauges in gridded altimetry products SST is an /


500 100 200 300 400 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 100 Just Maps! Just Maps! Geographically Speaking Geographically Speaking ECONOMICS ECONOMICS It’s.

the largest structure built by living organisms--- almost bigger than Poland! Just Maps Q:100 Where do most people live in Australia? Geographically Speaking A:100/ Australia is so large that its climate varies. The central part of the continent is desert or semi-arid. The south-east and south-west corners have a/state’s local economy. As governor, you have two economic goals: Protecting local Australian surfboard manufacturers from foreign competition. Generating more tax revenue for your state government. /


Australian Aborigines Honda Guevara,Kayla Trevino,Marion Ayers,Joanna Boland, and MacKenzie Mayfield.

Population of Aboriginies: There is a wide population of Aboriginies in australia. They are spread throught the continent but there is a sugnificant amount in Queensland. -Percentage about 2.7% -About 460,000 Aboriginies Social/www.elrst.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/australia-kangaroo.jpg http://www.bepacked.com/content/images_files/map-australia-climatezones.png Yolngu.net. Web. 08 Mar. 2011.. "ActNow - Australian Indigenous Art at Risk." ActNow - Home. Web. 08 Mar. 2011.. Aboriginal Dancing. Photograph/


Bathymetric Maps and Plate Tectonics

Australian Plate Nazca Plate Antarctic Plate What is the direction of motion for the major plates? Held stationary Another view of plate motion Color the plates Lightly color each plate a different color. Remember that the left and right edges of the map/subducting plate under other plate When oceanic crust and continental crust converge, the oceanic crust subducts Where continents come together, remember that continents cannot subduct, so mountain-building takes place. Use a black pen or crayon to draw in /


THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL DATA SERVICE AND OPEN ACCESS TO DATA Andrew Treloar Director, ANDS Establishment Project 1 ANDS: Building the Australian Research.

systems Characterisation Fabrication Biotechnology products Optical and radio astronomy Integrated marine capability Structure and evolution of the Australian continent Networked biosecurity framework Population health and clinical data linkage Terrestrial ecosystem research network + Platforms for /gigabytes of data per second  the Square Kilometre Array (1 EB/day!)  New scientific Models  The mapping of the Human Genome: A billion DNA letters in a human sequence  Global climate models with ever finer /


AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND LILLY HOLDER. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.Title 2.Table of contents 3.Opening statement 4.Map of Australia and New Zealand 5.Geography of.

’re different. Also all about their cultures, what they do, what they used to do. And those all good things. MAPS FLAGS- NEW ZEALAND What their flag is nowWhat they want to change it to FLAGS- AUSTRALIA THE HISTORY OF THE AREA- AUSTRALIA/ plants, rocks and other forms of the land that we know today” CULTURE- AUSTRALIA The earliest known archaeological sites on the Australian continent have pushed back the date for Aboriginal presence in Australia to at least 40,000 years. Some of the evidence points to dates/


English – speaking countries 7 continents English is the native language in:

Washington. People – the Americans Canada The capital of Canada is Ottawa People – the Canadians MAP OF CANADA Canada is situated on the North American continent. The population About 30 million people live in Canada. The Capital of Canada The capital of/ State and Chrysler Buildings Mount Rushmore Yellowstone National Park Hollywood Australia The capital of Australia is Canberra. People – the Australians Flag The flag of Australia is blue. There is the flag of Great Britain in the upper left corner. There/


Plate Tectonics. Mid-Ocean Ridges  Improved sea floor mapping led to the discovery of large undersea mountain belts, called mid-ocean ridges, that twist.

Plate Tectonics Mid-Ocean Ridges  Improved sea floor mapping led to the discovery of large undersea mountain belts, called mid-ocean ridges, that twist in between the continents like the seams on a basketball.  Named for specific geographies The/7 major plates 1. N. American Plate 2. S. American Plate 3. Eurasian Plate 4. Antarctic Plate 5. African Plate 6. Indo-Australian Plate 7. Pacific Plate All Done! Two Types of Crust  Continental Crust  Made primarily from granite.  Less dense than oceanic crust./


Basic Geography & Maps. How do the tools of geography help us understand our world? Maps are visual representations of geographic information that help.

Map Population Density Map Language Map Products Map World Political Map Map Keys & Legends Map keys or legends explain what the symbols on the maps represent. Map Legend Example Standard ways that maps show information Symbols Color Lines Boundaries Contours Scale Compass Rose A compass rose shows the four cardinal directions (N,S,E,W) and four intermediate directions (NE, SE, NW, SW). Draw Your Own Compass Rose The Continents The Continents/ Reef Outback No, the Australian Outback Great Barrier Reef Europe/


Agenda Warm up: 2 nd 6 wks: Week 2: Day 1 Turn in homework: Asia physical map worksheet – Things that should have been turned in: Europe maps, Russian.

Southeast Asia, Australia, & Antarctica Where is SOUTH ASIA?? http://www.askasia.org/image/maps/asias1.htm South Asia Physical Geography  Plate Tectonics –Clashing or colliding plates of /in the Northern Territory.  Lots of people climb it but the native Australians; the Aborigine people prefer that it is not climbed as it is sacred/dangerous and some people have fallen off. Antarctica F Antarctica is the worlds southernmost continent and covers the South Pole. It is surrounded by the Southern, Atlantic, /


Continental Drift & Plate Tectonics

theory of plate tectonics. While a Navy officer, Hess helped map the ocean floor. Hess called his hypothesis sea-floor spreading. Undersea Mountains discovered Naval maps showed undersea mountain chains that formed a continuous chain down the/ Boundaries and Mountains Mountain ranges are formed when continents collide. Formation of the Himalaya Mountains The formation of the Himalaya Mountains is attributed to the collision of the Indo-Australian Plate with the Eurasian Plate Transform Boundary The /


Part II Australians Unit 4 Histories of Australia 4 Histories of Australia Unit 5 Immigration and Multiculturalism: British Past and Asian Future? Unit.

postwar migration was fuelled by fear of Asian communism overtaking the sparsely populated continent of Australia, but also by a belief that a larger population leads / for Aboriginal children removed from their families. Barefoot, without provisions or maps, tracked by Native Police and search planes, the girls follow the /think that reconciliation is an improvement on earlier government policy response to Indigenous Australians? Please explain the two indigenous political campaigns: ‘Mabo Case’ and the/


Activity 44. Challenge: How can you use earthquake and volcano data to map the earth’s plates? Key Vocabulary: Lithosphere Plates Glue in SS 44.1 Read.

include the earth’s crust and extend down into the uppermost part of the upper mantle. They represented continents! Glue in SS 44.1 “Anticipation Guide: Mapping Plates” Record if you agree or disagree with each statement by placing a “+” or a “-” in /the Indian, Arabian, and part of the North American plate Several (oceanic) plates are smaller than continents (such as the Caribbean and Philippine plates) The Australian continent appears to be about one-third of the sixe of the plate that it is a part of/


Continental Drift is the idea that the continents move around on Earth’s surface. The surface of Earth is broken into many pieces like a giant jigsaw puzzle.

the theory of plate tectonics. While a Navy officer, Hess helped map the ocean floor. Hess called his hypothesis sea-floor spreading. Undersea Mountains discovered Naval maps showed undersea mountain chains that formed a continuous chain down the / Boundaries and Mountains Mountain ranges are formed when continents collide. Formation of the Himalaya Mountains The formation of the Himalaya Mountains is attributed to the collision of the Indo- Australian Plate with the Eurasian Plate Convergent Boundary with /


1 The Asian-Australian Monsoon System: Recent Evolution, Current Status and Prediction Update prepared by Climate Prediction Center / NCEP March 12, 2012.

Prediction Summary Climatology 3 Precip Patterns: Last 90 Days During the last 90 days, all of southeast Asia and the Australian continent received near to above normal rainfall. However, northern and eastern China experienced dryness as well as southwestern China. 4/the spatial maps shown earlier. 7 Atmospheric Circulation 8 NCEP/GFS Model Forecasts Bias-Corrected Precip. Anom. for Weak 1 & Week 2 Week-1 Week-2 9 Summary During the last 90 days, all of southeast Asia and the Australian continent received /


Investigation of a famous explorer. Select an Australian explorer of the past such as James Cook, Douglas Mawson or Burke and Wills. Create a project.

map Features/information that is being shown on the map. Scale-The scale on a map shows how much smaller the map is than the actual area described. You can make the maps look like the originals by using cold tea and tearing or burning the edges. You could add voyages of other Australian/Fleet of ships from England arrived in Sydney in 1788. This represented the first European settlement of the continent, although aborigines had already been living in Australia for tens of thousand of years. For the first /


The World Continents By: Kelsey Cook. Seven World Continents Asia Antarctica Australia North America South America Europe Africa.

: 31,000,000 Number of Countries: 14 Main language: English The only continent with its own capital. Capital: Canberra 1/3 of Australia is in the tropics. Most famous for the Australian Outback which is the home to over 50 kinds of kangaroos and koala bears/ Art Flag Images: Microsoft Clip Art Slide 5: Chart: http://geography.about.com/library/maps/blrsouthamerica.htmhttp://geography.about.com/library/maps/blrsouthamerica.htm Slide 6: Euro Image: Microsoft Clip Art Countries Image: Microsoft Clip Art Online


More categories for our mental maps  How we understand knowledge has repercussions for how we understand our place in the world.  How we understand.

More categories for our mental maps  How we understand knowledge has repercussions for how we understand our place in the world.  How we understand our place in /directly causes perceptions.  And the world is as it is whether or not it happens to cause a perception. ◦ e.g. There would still have been an Australian continent even if it had never been inhabited.  Asserts that there exists absolutely no world causing perception.  All argument to the opposite conclusion are found uncertain or unconvincing/


STATISTICAL INFORMATION Australia’s population is approximately 23,858,291 million ABS (Australian Bureau of Statistics, June 2015) Australia is one of.

Australia is the 6 th largest country in the world and Western Australia is approximately one third of the total Australian continent. Perth is closer to Singapore and Indonesia than Australia’s capital city of Canberra. Although Western Australia is the/ size booklet West Coast Institute Pen What’s On – A Guide for What’s on in Perth & Fremantle What’s On Free Map STUDENT EMAIL West Coast Institute uses email as an official means of communication to students. As such, you will be issued with an Office/


AUSTRALIAN CULTURE UI 326 Fall 2005 Robert Zeller.

mean by the term culture? In what ways can we study it? In what ways might you expect Australian culture to be distinctive? Why? Some Key Dates in Australian History 40,000+ years B.P.: Arrival of first humans 1770: James Cook maps east coast of continent, claims it for Britain 1788: Arrival of first fleet 1851: Discovery of gold 1853: End of convict/


The Australian Outback as a Testing Ground for Future Mars Missions Visions in the Desert.

design & deployment. How does a landing party explore a land area as large as all the continents combined? 20 Design Issues What is optimal crew size? Does the vehicle need to be completely pressurised/ - Australian, Canadian, French & American. - Engineers, scientists, publicist. Location & Duration - Held at Mars Desert Research Station, Utah - February 15 – March 15, 2003 - 1 month, comprising 4 different week long phases - analysis of results continuing Research Program Geology – Detailed mapping of /


MAPPING TOOLBOX: OVERLAY MAPS Adapted from Australian Geography Teachers Association Tracing Overlay Maps Task 2013.

black pen to complete your map Make a tracing overlay map  The 2012 map of population density is your base map‘  Label the capital cities on your base map  Note that the map already has a title as it is a copy from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website  /  Add a title to this map Make a tracing overlay map  The second layer will show the population density of Australia in 1996  Attach this map to the base map (like a hinge)  Again trace the outline of the continent  This time you will copy /


 Dispersion of the Gondwana continents  Closing of Tethys Ocean  Pacific System: rimmed by subduction zones East Pacific Rise moving towards the Americas.

of the Gondwana super-continent  Creation of new Oceans Atlantic Indian circum-Antarctic formation of passive margins  Closing of Tethys Ocean: complex Mediterranean – Middle East interactions major continental collisions in central Asia Australian-SE Asian collisions Major tectonic/the third slide after this one. A recently published geological cross section See the section line (blue line) on the map shown in the third preceding slide. From Yin, A. and T.M. Harrison, 2000, Geologic Evolution of the /


1 The Asian-Australian Monsoon System: Recent Evolution, Current Status and Prediction Update prepared by Climate Prediction Center / NCEP June 14, 2010.

. Outside of these regions, 90 day precipitation accumulations are below normal over India, southern Indian Ocean and much of Australian continent. 4 Precip Patterns: Last 30 Days During the past 30 days, the precipitation anomalies pattern is much similar to the/boxes *This unified land-only daily precipitation dataset is different from the CMAP dataset used in the previous three spatial maps. Upper panel: The rainfall over southeastern China and much of East Asia has been mostly above average in the past/


STATISTICAL INFORMATION Australia’s population is approximately 23,944,525 million ABS (Australian Bureau of Statistics, June 2015) Australia is one of.

is the 6 th largest country in the world and Western Australia is approximately one third of the total Australian continent. Perth is closer to Singapore and Indonesia than Australia’s capital city of Canberra. Western Australia is a/ Safe Guide to Perth Pocket size booklet What’s On – A Guide for What’s on in Perth & Fremantle What’s On Free Map MCLARTY AVENUE, JOONDALUP TRADES NORTH, CLARKSON STUDENT CENTRO & STUDY SUPPORT STUDENT CENTRO Student Centro is located in the Learning Resource Centre & Library /


Australia & Oceania Mapping Lab Challenge 1 & 2. 1.Great Dividing Range 2.Cook Strait 3.Timor Sea 4.Weddell Sea 5.North Island 6.Tasman Sea 7.Coral Sea.

Australia & Oceania Mapping Lab Challenge 1 & 2 1.Great Dividing Range 2.Cook Strait 3.Timor Sea 4.Weddell Sea 5.North Island 6.Tasman Sea 7.Coral Sea 8.Transantarctic Mountains 9.Great Australian Bight 10.Western Plateau 11.Mt. Wilhelm 12.Vinson Massif 13.Darling River 14./high is Vinson Massif? a.16,076 ft. b.17, 067 ft. c.16,067 ft. d.17,760 ft. On which continent is Vinson Massif located? a.Antarctica b.Australia c.Asia d.Africa Which three countries in the region have areas with a population density of/


NCRIS: Platforms for CollaborationDr Rhys Francis National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) Dr Rhys Francis Executive Director Australian.

Biotechnology products Optical and radio astronomy Integrated marine capability Structure and evolution of the Australian continent Networked biosecurity framework Population health and clinical data linkage Terrestrial ecosystem research network Platforms / addressing these include: –Research Quality Framework –Australian Access Federation –Accessibility Framework –Australian National Data Services NCRIS: Platforms for CollaborationDr Rhys Francis One map of the space NUMBER SIZE Community agreed data/


1 The Geology Paradigm – Plate Tectonics Continents fit together Surprise: Mid-Ocean Ridges Sir Francis Bacon 1620 Benjamin Franklin 1782 The crust of.

Atlantic Ridge Mid-Atlantic Ridge SOUTH AMERICAN PLATE AFRICAN PLATE ARABIAN PLATE INDIAN- AUSTRALIAN PLATE PHILIPPINE PLATE PACIFIC PLATE FIJI PLATE EURASIAN PLATE NAZCA PLATE SCOTIA PLATE /faults Anecdote Western California Suture Zones Ideas: Earths Convection Cells Combination Mapping the ocean floor Three major topographic units of the ocean floor/Seafloor sediment Ocean floor is mantled with sediment Sources Turbidity currents on continent margins Sediment that slowly settles to the bottom from above – /


Revision 1.05 Copyright 1/3/2010 Robert J. Smith

locate other features. These methods did not span continents well. Frequently they also did not cross political borders either. The "known points" and their positions are the information that the map datum is based. As space based surveying came / Beacon “E”- Iwo Jima Astr Stn ‘52 Astronomic Stn ‘52- Marcus Island Aus Geod ‘66 Australian Geod ‘66- Australia, Tasmania Island Aus Geod ‘84 Australian Geod ‘84- Australia, Tasmania Island . NAD27 Alaska North American 1927- Alaska NAD27 Bahamas North American /


Australian Adventure 6 th grade geography. Introduction G’ Day Mate! We will be taking you on an adventure into the depths of the Outback, Australia of.

name from the Latin word australis, meaning “southern.” Also called “Down Under” because it is under the equator on a map. Australia is the second most arid (dry) continent in the world. The first is Antarctica. Australia is mostly desert. Biodiversity Biodiversity: the variety of plants and animals living / not have a specific size or location, does take up most of Australia. More than 90% of the Australian population live in urban areas on the coastal fringes – the Outback is therefore mostly uninhabited.


Continental drift -- One theorys journey Today, youd be laughed out of a geology course for questioning whether continents move through geologic time.

began to favour it. 1885: Australian geologist Edward Seuss sees similarities between plant fossils from South America, India, Australia, Africa and Antarctica, and coins "Gondwanaland" for a proposed ancient super- continent with these land masses. 1910: /names one of the ancient super-continents "Pangea," and draws maps showing how the continents moved to todays positions. The main events n 225 million years ago during the Permian: One continent, Pangea - the super continent - existed on earth. Pangea /


Australian Aboriginal Art. Australian Aboriginals belonged to separate groups that had their own languages, country, legends, histories and ceremonies.

Aboriginal art almost always has a mythological undertone relating to the Dreamtime of Australian Aborigines Aboriginal rock art is part of a tradition of painting and engraving /South Australia Examples of ancient Aboriginal rock artworks can be found throughout the continent - notably in national parks such as those of the UNESCO listed sites/content depicted by the painting is often either a traditional Dreaming story or a map. Sometimes it will be both, because the ancestral stories and songs often refer/


Australian Government Geoscience Australia Australia’s Remotely Sensed Data Archive: The Next 25 Years Stuart Barr Geospatial and Earth Monitoring Division.

for crop health, acreage and yield estimation Australian Greenhouse Office for carbon accounting State Government monitoring of land clearing Mining prospectivity Map production Weather prediction Fire detection and fire scar mapping Climate change research Geoscience Australia APSR: Long-term/ Value of the archive The value of the archive is incalculable but very significant It represents the only continent-wide record of land cover spanning the last 25+ years Much of our archive is unique We cannot/


By Chelsea. Map of AUSTRAILIA HEMISPHERE(S) Australia is located in the southern Hemisphere.

By Chelsea Map of AUSTRAILIA HEMISPHERE(S) Australia is located in the southern Hemisphere. The Australian flag PLATE Australia is on the Australian plate. Nearest oceans and countries Oceans- Indian Ocean. Countries- New Zealand/ the aborigines of Australia and the Torres Strait Islanders inhabited parts of the Australian continent. Asian and Oceanic mariners and traders were in contact with these indigenous Australians for many centuries before the European expansion into the Eastern Hemisphere in the /


Dates to Know: Tomorrow: World Map test!! STUDY!!! E & SE Asia Retests: ▫Tomorrow 7 ▫Tomorrow 2:45 ▫Thursday 7 Australia “Quest” (Double-Daily.

Dates to Know: Tomorrow: World Map test!! STUDY!!! E & SE Asia Retests: ▫Tomorrow AM @ 7 ▫Tomorrow PM @ 2:45 ▫Thursday AM @ 7 Australia “Quest” (Double-Daily Quiz): / The Flag of Australia Chosen in 1901; legally made the official flag in 1954 Only flag to fly over an entire continent Union Jack flag (British) Australia Today: Aborigine Culture Rock Art Ceremony Australian Culture: Non-Aborigine Culture is heavily influenced by British colonization: ▫Most practice some form of Christianity ▫Official language/


History. Australias Aboriginal people, the original inhabitants of the Australian continent, arrived from Asia at least 50,000 years ago.

History Australias Aboriginal people, the original inhabitants of the Australian continent, arrived from Asia at least 50,000 years ago. 18. century – Australia was mapped by Dutch, British, France navigators 1770 - Captain James Cook charted the east coast and claimed it for Britain. 1788-1830 – settlement – established penal /- people.html#brief_history 1901 - the six colonies united to form the federal Commonwealth of Australia From 1914–18, more than 400,000 Australians volunteered in World War I.


Traditional Aboriginal Spirituality. Origins The first Australians were hunter-gatherer people with a Stone Age technology. Archaeologists believe they.

here from the beginning (the Latin expression aborigine means ‘from the beginning’). The indigenous Australians adapted to the unique food resources and the climatic conditions of their island continent. They gradually spread across the land, filling every ecological niche and finding ways to / or less the same time from year to year. In this way the land itself would be like a map with signposts that showed the nomads where to travel to locate food resources as they became available. SUPERNATURAL ORIGIN In/


Australia The Land Down Under. Australia Geography & History SS6G12: Locate on a world and regional physical-political map: the Great Barrier Reef, Coral.

map: the Great Barrier Reef, Coral Sea, Ayers Rock and Great Victoria Desert SS6G13: Describe how Australia’s location, climate and natural resources have affected where people live. SS6G14: Explain the impact of English colonization on the language and religion of Australia. Geography of Australia Continent/ Catholic. Other convicts and those who managed them were from various denominations. Today most Australians are Christians. Other religions combined make up less than 5 percent of the population, Gold/


The Australian Soil Resource Information System David Jacquier, Neil McKenzie, Garry Swan, Linda Gregory CSIRO Land & Water.

of generalization The upper three levels provide general descriptions of soils and landscapes across the continent. Lower levels provide detailed information for regions where mapping is complete A consistent set of soil attributes (e.g. soil depth, permeability,/ site development Coastal acid sulfate soils Thank You CSIRO Land and Water David Jacquier Project Officer with the Australian Collaborative Land Evaluation Program 02 6246 5916 david.jacquier@csiro.au www.asris.csiro.au Contact CSIRO Phone1300 363/


Geoscience Australia Md Anisul Islam Geoscience Australia Evaluation of IMAPP Cloud Cover Mapping Algorithm for Local application. Australian Government.

Mapping Algorithm for Local application. Australian Government Geoscience Australia Objective of the study: Evaluation of IMAPP Cloud Cover Mapping algorithm (Collection 4 & 5) for local application to utilise the cloud mask for generating higher level Land application products. Geoscience Australia Ancillary data Ecosystem file Land/water map/ are labelled as surface type Land in Collection 4 algorithm, are labelled as Desert for Australian Continent (latitude 11.0 - 40.0 (S) & longitude 110.0 -155.0 (E/


Major tectonic systems operating during the past 200 My

of the Gondwana super-continent Creation of new Oceans Atlantic Indian circum-Antarctic formation of passive margins Closing of Tethys Ocean: complex Mediterranean – Middle East interactions major continental collisions in central Asia Australian-SE Asian collisions Complex intra/the third slide after this one. A recently published geological cross section See the section line (blue line) on the map shown in the third preceding slide. From Yin, A. and T.M. Harrison, 2000, Geologic Evolution of the/


Dual Polarised Entropy/alpha Decomposition and Coherence Optimisation for Improved Forest Height Mapping Z-S Zhou, P. Caccetta, E. Lehmann, A. Held – CSIRO,

, 2009, 2010, 2011…. Forest Change Products [methods] Forest Vegetation Trends www.climatechange.gov.au/ncas CSIRO: Dual Polarised Entropy/alpha Decomposition and Coherence Optimisation for Improved Forest Height Mapping –Consistently processed time series entire Australian continent –19 time periods used so far –Few clouds !? NCAS Landcover Change Project: Optical Time Series Data (25m) 1972 2010 Mosaic ~ 400 scenes ………. … … … CSIRO: Dual Polarised Entropy/alpha/


Our global position and future potential The challenges facing Australian higher education Simon Marginson Centre for the Study of Higher Education The.

(2) relatively safe and tolerant social setting, (3) location SE of the Asian continent, (4) responsive and enterprising university cultures Compared to other English-speaking nations, stronger in/USA19Johns Hopkins USA 10Oxford UK20Tokyo Japan Australia has ANU at 56, Melbourne at 82 Australians in the top 500, 2005 from Shanghai Jiao Tong University data top 100ANU (56/ is a decisive innovation, with the potential to radically remake the map of provision in the longer term The private zector has become the /


Maps For Different Purposes Ms Galas. Political Maps.

Country Names, Country Borders, Physical Ocean Features, Island Names Topographical Maps  Can show international boundaries, country names, capitals, and selected cities and towns. Physical Maps Mud Map  The term mud map is an old Australian bush saying. It dates back to the early years of European settlement when much of the continent was still unexplored and unchartered by white men.  To outline directions to each other/


Standards SS6G12 The student will be able to locate selected features of Australia. a. Locate on a world and regional political- physical map: the Great.

physical map: the Great Barrier Reef, Coral Sea, Ayers Rock, and Great Victoria Desert. Teachers Print off the following page for each student. They should complete the chart while discussing the presentation. Australia is the world’s smallest and flattest continent./ Australia’s climate is hot and dry. There are milder climates along the southeastern and southwestern coasts. o Most Australians live in the southeastern coastal region. It’s off the northeast coast of Australia, part of the Pacific Ocean./


TPAC Tasmanian Partnership for Advanced Computing Partner in APAC (Australian Partnership for Advanced Computing) Expertise centre for Earth Systems Science.

)  Adoption by Alexandria Digital Library  AO DAAC (with enhanced capabilities)  Web Map Services  Plugin for LAS (adopted by LAS)  Client portal in gridsphere  WMS/ Fabrication 5.8 Bio Security 5.13 Str & Evol Continent 5.16 Platforms for Collab data QoS collab dataQoScollab grid/Collaboration Infrastructure Early component structure TPAC “Data and Collaboration” opportunities (TPAC+partners) Australian Model simulations and related data (ICI) accessible to researchers Development of tools /


Australian Aboriginal Dot Paintings

Paintings History Who Are the Aborigines? A group of native Australian people Similar to Native Americans of the US, Aborigines inhabited the continent of Australia thousands of years before the arrival of European settlers. Similar to/ usually seen from the side; in aboriginal painting, objects are seen from above Art as Language Artworks were meant to serve as maps; to diagram relationships between people and the land. They record sacred journeys and contain unique vocabulary of signs, symbols, lines, and/


R65 Australian Geography Flag of Australia What do you know about Australia?

R65 Australian Geography Flag of Australia What do you know about Australia? Quick Video on Australia  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynHIlx5RgtI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynHIlx5RgtI  (10 minutes) World Map Where is Australia? Today’s / Australia has a tropical climate, rain forests, mangrove swamps, grasslands It is the world’s smallest and flattest continent The Indian Ocean and Pacific Oceans surround Australia Gondwana Rainforest, Australia Evergreen tree that are can survive in saltwater /


Map Tasmania Tasmania (abbreviated as Tas and known colloquially as "Tassie") is an island state, part of the Commonwealth of Australia, located 240.

Map Tasmania Tasmania (abbreviated as Tas and known colloquially as "Tassie") is an island state, part of the Commonwealth of Australia, located 240 kilometres to the south of the Australian continent, separated by Bass Strait. The state includes the/which powers each level of government Politics Tasmania is a State in the Australian federation. Its relationship with the Federal Government and Parliament are regulated by the Australian Constitution. Tasmania is represented in the Senate by 12 senators, on /


THE THEORY OF PLATE TECTONICS The seafloor is constantly being made at ocean ridges and destroyed at subduction zones. As the seafloor is moved, the continents.

same colour. Write, ‘faults at lateral boundaries’. ACTIVITY USING “TECTONIC PLATES” MAP Why do tectonic plates move? One explanation was suggested by Scottish geologist, Arthur /fast. However, when you consider the long period of time involved, the continents have moved quite large distances. In the last 10 years, Australia has / Antarctica about 50 million years ago. The fastest-moving plates are the Indian-Australian, Pacific and Nazca Plates. These plates have long convergent boundaries (subduction zones/


Ads by Google