Mines online Mape user guide v2.2 November

Mines online Mape user guide v2.2 November
MinesOnlineMaps
User guide v2.2
November 2015
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Table of contents
Revision history .................................................................................................................................... iv
Welcome ................................................................................................................................................. v
How to access MinesOnlineMaps ........................................................................................................ 1
Accessing MinesOnlineMaps on different platforms ............................................................................. 1
Orientation .............................................................................................................................................. 3
Finding information ............................................................................................................................... 7
Results pane .......................................................................................................................................... 8
Selecting results in the Results pane .................................................................................................... 8
Highlight results ................................................................................................................................... 8
Add to or remove from selected .......................................................................................................... 8
View history of searches performed in your current session ............................................................... 8
View selected....................................................................................................................................... 8
Select multiple items ............................................................................................................................ 9
Refine results ....................................................................................................................................... 9
Table view............................................................................................................................................ 9
List view ............................................................................................................................................... 9
Zoom to all ......................................................................................................................................... 10
Reports .............................................................................................................................................. 10
Export to CSV .................................................................................................................................... 10
Select All ............................................................................................................................................ 10
Select None ....................................................................................................................................... 10
Export a Shapefile ............................................................................................................................. 10
Positioning and sizing the Results pane .............................................................................................. 12
Find out more about the result ......................................................................................................... 13
Buffer Feature ...................................................................................................................................... 14
Map Layers ........................................................................................................................................... 15
Turn on map layers .............................................................................................................................. 15
Parent child layer selection.............................................................................................................. 18
Add a layer ........................................................................................................................................... 19
Copy layer .......................................................................................................................................... 21
Rename layer ...................................................................................................................................... 21
Remove layer ....................................................................................................................................... 22
Map Themes ........................................................................................................................................ 22
View historic permit layers ................................................................................................................... 22
Satellite imagery .................................................................................................................................. 23
Satellite imagery base map ................................................................................................................. 23
Projects ................................................................................................................................................. 25
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Save a project ...................................................................................................................................... 25
Open a project ..................................................................................................................................... 25
Navigation ............................................................................................................................................ 26
Keyboard and mouse navigation ......................................................................................................... 26
Navigation tab ...................................................................................................................................... 27
Search for a Permit .............................................................................................................................. 27
Quick Search ....................................................................................................................................... 27
Navigation Tools .................................................................................................................................. 29
Bookmarks and Scale .......................................................................................................................... 30
Search and Intersect tab ..................................................................................................................... 31
Advanced Intersect .............................................................................................................................. 32
Advanced Permit Search ..................................................................................................................... 33
Simple Query ....................................................................................................................................... 33
Draw and Label tab .............................................................................................................................. 35
Drawing tools ....................................................................................................................................... 36
Add text label ....................................................................................................................................... 38
Measure and Coordinates tab ............................................................................................................ 39
Measure Distance ................................................................................................................................ 41
Measure Area ...................................................................................................................................... 41
Enter Coordinates ................................................................................................................................ 41
Plot coordinates ................................................................................................................................... 42
Clear coordinates ................................................................................................................................. 42
Import and Export tab ......................................................................................................................... 43
Add shapefile ....................................................................................................................................... 44
Add CSV File ....................................................................................................................................... 44
CSV to ShapeFile converter tool ......................................................................................................... 46
Using the shapefile templates ........................................................................................................... 46
Create a CSV file for point, polyline or polygon features .................................................................. 46
Uploading the CSV file and downloading the shapefile .................................................................... 47
Print Map ............................................................................................................................................. 50
Reports ................................................................................................................................................ 51
Export Map .......................................................................................................................................... 51
Extract Shapefile.................................................................................................................................. 52
Google Maps™ .................................................................................................................................... 52
Google Street View ............................................................................................................................ 53
Bing Maps™ ........................................................................................................................................ 53
Field Inspection Report ........................................................................................................................ 54
Advanced Tools tab............................................................................................................................. 55
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Layer Drawing Order ........................................................................................................................... 55
Advanced Query .................................................................................................................................. 56
Advanced Filter .................................................................................................................................... 57
Specific reports .................................................................................................................................... 58
Moratorium area report ........................................................................................................................ 58
QDEX Reports ..................................................................................................................................... 58
Information and Help tab .................................................................................................................... 60
MyMinesOnline .................................................................................................................................... 61
Appendix A – MOM Layer list ............................................................................................................... 1
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Revision history
This document is subject to change control. Record all modifications to the document below.
Table 1: Revision history
Revision
date
Version No.
Officer modifying document
Description of change/revision
10/12/2014
2.1
Maria Karalouka
Added section:
‘Converting a CSV to a Shapefile’
Made document ‘accessible’
Added ‘Captions’ to tables, figures and
notes
Added Note 26:
‘The Extract Shapefile tool does not
export the layer data’
Added section:
‘Revision history’
Added section:
‘Accessing MinesOnlineMaps on
different platforms’
Added:
‘(minesonlinemaps@dnrm.qld.gov.au)’
To Table 14:
‘Information and help tab menu guide’
Added Note 4:
‘Parent layer must be selected for the
child layer to be visible.’
Updated look and feel of user guide as
per current Departmental style guide
template, including font page, table
formatting, text size etc.
Added Appendix A:
‘MOM Layer list’
26/11/2015
2.2
Maria Karalouka
Added 'Export a Shapefile' under 'Results
pane'.
Updated screen shots to reflect new look
in new release.
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Welcome
Welcome to MinesOnlineMaps GIS-based mapping system. This user guide explains how to navigate
and use the application. You can access the latest version of this user guide by selecting Information
and Help » User Guide in MinesOnlineMaps.
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How to access MinesOnlineMaps
For users within the Department of Natural Resources and Mines, access MinesOnlineMaps by typing
minesonlinemaps into the address bar of your browser and then pressing Enter.
For Department of Natural Resources and Mines external customers, access MinesOnlineMaps by
clicking on this link, or entering it into the address bar of your browser:
https://minesonlinemaps.business.qld.gov.au/
Accessing MinesOnlineMaps on different platforms
MinesOnlineMaps will run on:
•
Windows Pc’s and laptops
•
Desktop Macs and laptops
•
Apple iPads and iPhones
•
Android tablets and smart phones
•
Windows Surface.
MinesOnlineMaps will automatically detect your computer/device and the operating system, and
launch the appropriate version and viewer.
Here is a table of devices and working operating systems, browsers, viewers and their functionality.
Table 2:
Devices and browser information
Device
Operating
system
Browsers
Viewer
Functionality
Windows
PC
desktop
or laptop
Windows:
• Internet Explorer 7-10
Full
• 7
• Firefox v18+
• 8
• Google Chrome v24+.
A Silverlight compatible
browser is required for the
fully fledged Silverlight
viewer
Mac
Desktop
or laptop
Mac OS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Macs can render the
HTML5 variant in Safari, or
both variants within a
windows emulator (e.g.
Parallels, VMWare, Wine).
Limited
Apple
iPad
• iOS 6
• Safari
HTML 5
Limited
• iOS 7
*Does not
support
iOS 8
• Internet Explorer
• iOS 6
• Safari
HTML 5
Limited
• iOS 7
*Does not
support
iOS 8
• Internet Explorer
Android 4.3
(Jellybean)
• Internet Explorer
HTML 5
Limited
Apple
iPhone
Android
tablet
• 8.1
Safari
Internet Explorer
Firefox
Google Chrome.
• Firefox?
• Google Chrome.
• Firefox?
• Google Chrome.
• Firefox
• Google Chrome.
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Device
Operating
system
Browsers
Viewer
Functionality
Android
smart
phone
Android 4.3
(Jellybean)
• Internet Explorer
HTML 5
Limited
Windows
Surface
1. Windows
8 pro
2. Windows
RT 8
1. HTML 5 and Silverlight
2. HTML 5
1. Full
• Firefox
• Google Chrome.
• Internet Explorer
• Firefox
• Google Chrome.
2. Limited
There are currently two versions of MOM. The primary iteration is for desktop PC, and runs the
Silverlight Viewer. This is the version required to run the advanced functionality including Quick
Search and Advanced Intersect. The second iteration is the HTML 5 viewer for tablets and
smartphones, the functionality of this viewer is significantly reduced compared to the Silverlight
Viewer.
Note 1:
Functionality on tablets and mobile phones
Note: There is less functionality with tablet and phone versions of MinesOnlineMaps.
Note 2:
PC Internet Explorer issues work around.
Note: For some users sometimes Silverlight does not work properly with Internet
Explorer. In this case one of the following two options are recommended:
1. Either use Firefox instead
2. Or install a fresh copy of Internet Explorer and Silverlight.
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Orientation
When you first access MinesOnlineMaps you will see a screen similar to the one below.
Figure 2:
Home screen
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Table 3:
Step
Orientation step by step instructions
Procedure
Toolbar
Click the Toolbar icon to display the toolbar:
This button is a toggle; click it again to hide the toolbar.
The toolbar contains a number of tools to help you interact with the map. To make it easier
to find a particular tool, they are grouped on the toolbar in tabs for each function.
There are other options to show and hide the toolbar.
To show the toolbar, do one of the following:
• Click
• Click
.
and then Show/hide toolbar.
• To hide the toolbar, do one of the following:
• Click
and then Show/hide toolbar.
• Click
• Click
at the top-right of the toolbar.
Base maps and map themes drop down list
When you select the All available layers menu, a list of available Base Maps and Map
Themes displays. These are shortcuts to turn on useful sets of layers, including imagery
such as Topography and Satellite Imagery.
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Step
Procedure
Show or hide overview map
Click the arrow in the bottom right corner of the screen to display an overview map. This
thumbnail displays the main map with your current view outlined in a blue rectangle.
Click the arrow in the top left corner of the overview map to close it.
You can also click and drag the blue box in the overview map to quickly pan the main map.
Map coordinates
The Map coordinates displays the position (coordinates) of your mouse cursor on the
current map. To hide the map coordinates, click the small arrow on the right.
Scale bar
The Scale bar displays the map scale.
Zoom slider
Use the Zoom slider to zoom in or out on the map by clicking the + or – or by dragging the
marker up and down.
There are a number of different ways to navigate the map. For example, you can also scroll
the mouse wheel away from you to zoom in and towards you to zoom out.
Go to Keyboard and mouse navigation for more information.
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Step
Procedure
I want to… menu
Use the I want to… menu to quickly access common tasks including printing and
searching:
Show or hide information pane
or
Use the Show or hide information pane buttons to view or hide the information pane. The
information pane lets you perform tasks including showing or hiding map layers, viewing the
legend and entering parameters for searches.
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Step
Procedure
Map window
The Map window is where you interact with the map. Not only can you view the map, you
can also add layers to the map to display different features.
You also right-click the map to open the Context menu. The options you see in the context
menu will change depending on the map you are using or where on the screen you click:
Finding information
There are many different ways to find information in MinesOnlineMaps. Search tools can be accessed
from the Navigation, Search and Intersect and Advanced Tools tabs, and also from the 'I want
to'… menu.
Go to the Navigation tab for instruction on the following:
•
Search for a permit
•
Quick search.
Go to the Search and Intersect tab for instruction on the following:
•
Advanced intersect
•
Advanced permit search
•
Simple query
•
Identify tools.
Go to the Advanced Tools tab for the instruction on the following:
•
Advanced query
•
Advanced filter.
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Results pane
The Results pane displays at the bottom of the screen to display the results of searches:
Figure 2:
Table 4:
Step
Results pane screen shot
Results pane step by step instructions
Procedure
Results – The number of results found for the search display. In this example, 3 results
were found and each one is represented by a Results tab.
Results menu – There are a number of options to select from in the Results menu,
depending on whether you are viewing table or list view.
Results tabs - In Table View, all the results from a particular layer are grouped in tabs.
Star – click the yellow star to select the results and highlight in the map. To remove the
highlighting in the results in the map, click the star again.
Once you have a set of search results in the Results pane, there are many tools that you can use to
work with these results. You can change the way the results display, show them as a table, or move
the whole pane to the side of the map, or select some of the items and put them into a separate list.
Selecting results in the Results pane
Highlight results
Hover your mouse over anywhere on the result line or on the yellow star to temporarily highlight the
result area in red. As you move your mouse away the red highlight will disappear.
Add to or remove from selected
Click the yellow star
to select the feature. The feature is highlighted in the map in yellow shading.
The yellow shading will remain on the map until the area is deselected by clicking on the yellow star
again.
View history of searches performed in your current session
Click << View History to display a summary history of searches performed in the current session. To
view any of the searches in the list, hover over it and click View >>.
View selected
1. To see the list of results that you have selected, click View Selected >>
2. Click << Back to Results to return to the Results tabs.
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Select multiple items
To select multiple items from the results and add to a separate list so that you can review them, take
the following steps:
1. Click the yellow star beside each feature in either List or Table View or click Select All.
2. To see the list of results that you have selected, click View Selected >>.
3. Click << Back to Results to return to the Results tabs.
Refine results
To narrow your search results, click Refine Results and deselect any layers you want to exclude from
the Results pane.
Table view
By default, results display in a Table View in the Results pane. In Table View, all the results from a
particular layer are grouped on tabs. The Table View displays both the feature name and attributes so
that you can compare features. When you click on a feature in Table View, the map zooms to that
feature on the map.
Click Table View to return to viewing results as a table.
Figure 3:
Table view screen shot
List view
Click List View to switch to viewing results as a list.
Figure 4:
List view screen shot
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Zoom to all
Do one of the following to zoom into results in the map:
1. In Table view, click anywhere on the result line other than the yellow star to zoom.
2. Click Zoom to All to zoom the map to an extent to show all results.
Reports
You can generate a report that is specific to the information contained in the tab in the Results pane.
For example, if you are on the ML Permit Granted tab, and you click Reports, the ML Permit Granted
Short Report will generate.
Take the following steps to generate a featured report:
1. Ensure you are on the tab in the Results pane for which you want to generate a report.
2. Click Reports. The Featured Reports window displays.
3. Select the Output Format from the drop down list.
4. Click Run Report.
5. When the report is ready, click Download Report to view it.
Export to CSV
To export the results of a search to a CSV file, take the following steps:
1. Perform a search.
2. From the Results pane, click Export to CSV. This function is only available within Table View.
3. When the Save As dialog opens, navigate to the folder where you want to save the file.
4. Enter a file name for the CSV file and then click Save.
The resulting CSV file can be viewed within Excel and also used within other applications.
Note 3:
How to Export all tabs to CSV function
Note: When you use the Export to CSV function, it will only export one tab at a time. You
need to select the next tab and then repeat these steps if you want to export all tabs.
Select All
Click Select All to select all the features listed on a tab in the Results pane.
Select None
To deselect all the features selected on a tab in the Results pane, click Select None.
Positioning and sizing the Results pane.
Export a Shapefile
1. To export the features or feature collection, click “Export to Shapefile” at the top of the
Results List.
2. When the Save as Shapefile dialog opens, click Download.
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The shapefile downloads to your default download folder, that is set in your browser. The file is called
Extract.zip. If you have downloaded several different sets of features, each zip file is given a new
number in brackets after the name, for example, Extract (42).zip.
3. To see the contents of the zip file, open it in Windows Explorer.
4. To export a shapefile from the Selected list, click the star icon beside the layers to add them
to Selected, and then click View Selected.
5. To export a shapefile of Selected items, do one of the following:
a.
b.
To export all the items in Selected, click Export to Shapefile at the top of the list.
To export items in a particular layer, right-click the item in the list and then click Export
to Shapefile.
6. To export items from History, right-click the item in the list and then select Export to Shapefile.
Figure 5:
Results pane
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Positioning and sizing the Results pane
Figure 6:
Positioning and sizing the Results pane ‘wide view’ screen shot
1. By default the Results pane is positioned across the bottom of the window. This is known as
the Wide View. You can move the Results pane to the left side of the window by clicking on
the
Figure 7:
Tall View button.
Positioning and sizing the Results pane ‘narrow view’ screen shot
2. You can then toggle back by clicking the
Wide View button.
3. To resize the Results pane, hover your mouse over the divider until your cursor changes to a
double arrow
and then drag your mouse to resize the pane.
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Find out more about the result
To find more information about the result, click the feature in the Results pane. The permit will be
highlighted and a window displays a list of details and attributes about the feature:
Figure 8:
Results pane – feature window screen shot
Right-click a feature in the Results pane to display a menu with shortcuts to common tasks:
Figure 9:
Shortcut menu in results pane screen shot
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Buffer Feature
You can add a buffer - a measured area - around any feature in the Results pane. You can specify
the distance from the edge of your area to add as a buffer.
Take the following steps to add a buffer around a feature:
1. Right click on a feature in the Results pane, and select Buffer Feature. The Buffer Options
window displays.
2. In the Distance field, enter in the distance from the edge of your result to the edge of the
buffer.
3. In the Unit field, select the unit of measurement.
4. In the Display for field, select from the list of layers to display in the buffer. As all layers are
selected, it can be more efficient to click Select None and then select the layers you require.
5. Select Add Buffer to Markup to add the buffer onto the map.
6. Click Preview Buffer to view it first.
7. Click OK when complete. The Buffer Feature results display in the Results pane. If selected,
the buffer is added to the map:
Figure 10:
Note 4:
Buffer feature results display screen shot
How to export the results of a search to a csv
Note: To export the results of your search to a CSV file, click Export to CSV.
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Map Layers
A map layer is a category of information such as land blocks or boreholes. You can show or hide
information on the map by activating or deactivating layers. You can also have multiple layers of
information on a single map.
When you first open MinesOnlineMaps, by default, no layers are selected.
Turn on map layers
Take the following steps to turn on layers in your map:
1. Click the Show information pane button:
Figure 11:
Show information pane screen shot
The Map Layers information pane displays:
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Figure 12:
Map layers information pane screen shot
Map Layers are structured into categories, such as Permit Types, Resources and Land Types. To
display all the layers associated with the category, click the Plus button to expand the item and click
the Minus button to collapse items. Items that display in pale grey text indicate that layer cannot be
shown at the current map scale.
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Figure 13:
Map layers window screen shot
Table 5:
Layers pane step by step instructions
Step
Procedure
Click to expand or collapse the category.
Use the slider to increase or decrease the transparency of all layers underneath the select
permit type. In the example above, the transparency of the highlight of all Exploration
Permits can be adjusted.
Select the layer that you want displayed on the map.
The legend key for this layer.
You can quickly toggle between the map legend and the map layers by clicking Show
Legend or Show Layers at the bottom of the pane.
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Step
Procedure
To quickly filter the list of layers to show only the one you want to see, type the name into
the Filter box. The Map Layers list updates as you type to show only the layers that match
your filter word. Filtering the layers in the Map Layers pane does not affect the visibility of
the layers on the map, but it does make it easier to find a particular layer or reduce the
number of layers if you are working with a long list of layers.
Click the x in the field to clear the filter.
Note 5:
How to turn map data on/off from the 'I want to' menu
Note: You can also access the Turn map data on/off function from the
menu.
Note 6:
The parent layer must be selected for the child layer to be visible
Note: The parent layer must be selected for the child layer to be visible.
Figure 14:
Map layers window screen shot showing child layer
Parent child layer selection
When you select a child layer and make it visible, all parent layers will be made visible automatically.
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Figure 15:
Map layers
Add a layer
Any drawings or labels added to the map automatically appear as a Graphics Layer in the Map
Layers pane:
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Figure 16:
Map graphics layers menu screen shot
Search results can be copied to this layer by double-clicking on the feature in the Results pane and
selecting Copy to Drawing from the Information screen:
Figure 17:
Note 7:
Results pane information window screen shot
How to save markup as a layer
Note: The Graphics Layer is temporary and will be lost when you close
MinesOnlineMaps. To save markup as a layer so that you can reuse it, you need to
export a shapefile. For more information, see Extract Shapefile.
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Copy layer
Take the following steps to copy a layer:
1. Right-click on a layer to display the layer information screen:
Figure 18:
Layer information – copy layer screen shot
2. Click Copy Layer.
3. In the Copy Layer dialog box enter:
a. Layer Name: Enter a name for your layer
b. Insert: Select before or after the current layer.
4. Click OK.
Note 8:
How to save a copied layer before closing MinesOnlineMaps
Note: A copied layer is temporary and will be lost when you close MinesOnlineMaps. To
save a copied layer so that you can reuse it, you need to extract a shapefile. For more
information, go to Extract Shapefile.
Rename layer
Only copied layers can be renamed.
Take the following steps to rename a copied layer:
1. Right-click on a copied layer, and click Rename Layer.
2. In the Layer Options dialog box, edit the layer name as required.
3. Click OK.
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Remove layer
Only copied layers can be removed.
Take the following steps to remove a copied layer:
1. Right-click on a copied layer, and click Remove Layer.
2. The Remove Layer Confirmation dialog box displays.
3. Click OK.
Map Themes
Map Themes are preset collections of layers. For example, all the layers used to identify a mining
lease are grouped into a map theme called ML Constraints. As each layer theme contains a complex
set of layers, it saves you the effort of selecting the layers manually, making it possible to quickly
switch between very different sets of data. Selecting a theme will automatically turn on and turn off the
required map layers.
When you select a map theme, the layers in the Map Layers pane also change. You can still turn
layers in a map theme on or off as you normally would in the Map Layers pane.
Take the following steps to turn on a map theme:
1. Click the All Available Layers dropdown menu.
Note 9:
The all available layers menu name changes
Note: The name of this menu changes to reflect the last menu option selected. The
default is All Available Layers.
2. Select a theme from the list of Map Themes, for example, ML Constraints or Native Title. The
map displays the layers defined in the map theme.
3. To turn on or off individual layers of the theme, go to the Map Layers information pane. A
shortcut to the Map Layers information pane is More map layers…the on the map themes
dropdown menu.
4. The Map Layers information pane displays the selected map theme with the corresponding
layers selected.
View historic permit layers
By default, current permits and layers are shown in the Map Layers information pane. To view historic
permits, ensure that All Available Layers is selected. The historic permit layers will display for
selection in the Map Layers information pane.
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Satellite imagery
MinesOnlineMaps provides different ways to view satellite imagery of an area. You can:
•
Turn on a satellite imagery base map.
•
Use external mapping systems Google Maps™or Bing Maps™ to display external map
services and interact with them as part of the existing map.
•
Open Google Street View at the point on the map where you right-click.
Satellite imagery base map
A base map is a layer with geographic information that serves as a background. A base map provides
context for additional layers that are overlaid on top of the base map. Base maps usually provide
location references for features that do not change often like boundaries, rivers, lakes, roads, and
highways. Usually a base map contains this basic data, and then extra layers with a particular theme,
or from a particular discipline, are overlaid on the base map layers for the sake of analysis.
By default a topography base map is displayed. You can also turn on a satellite imagery base map.
Take the following steps to turn on the satellite imagery base map:
1. Click the All Available Layers dropdown menu. This menu is on the top-right of the main
screen. Its name will change depending on the last layer theme selected:
Figure 19:
All Available Layers dropdown menu screen shot
2. Under Base Maps, select SPOT 2012 Satellite Imagery. Satellite imagery of the state is
displays in the map.
3. Zoom into an area to show more detail.
Note 10:
Satellite Imagery is only available to internal staff
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Note: Due to copyright, SPOT 2012 Satellite Imagery is only available to internal staff.
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Projects
Figure 20:
Save projects screen shot
Table 6:
Save and open project tools
To…
Do this…
Save Project: This tool saves the current map extent, the active layers and any
mark-up you have added to the map.
Open Project: Use this tool to open a previously saved project.
Save a project
If you have added measurements, markup, or layers to a map, you can save the map as a project to
open again later.
Take the following steps to save a project:
1. Click Save Project in the top left of the toolbar.
Figure 21:
Save project menu screen shot
2. In the Save As dialog, select a location and enter a file name, then click Save.
3. In the Save Project window, enter the following:
a. Project Name: Type a descriptive name for the project.
b. Created By: The name of the person who created the project.
c.
Description (optional): Any additional information to identify the project.
4. Click OK.
Note 11:
Saving a project on network drive or emailing
Note: A project can be saved on a network drive or emailed to other team members.
Open a project
Take the following steps to open a saved project:
1. Click on the Open Project icon in the top left of the toolbar.
2. From the open dialog box, select the saved project file to open.
3. Click Open.
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Navigation
There are a number of different options for navigating around the map. The easiest method is to use
your mouse to pan, and to zoom in and out, however, keyboard controls are also available.
Keyboard and mouse navigation
Table 7:
Keyboard and mouse navigation tool guide
To…
Do this…
Pan or move the map.
Click your mouse on the map and drag in any direction.
Pan left or right
Press the Left or Right arrow key.
Pan up or down
Press the Up or Down arrow key.
Zoom in or out
Scroll the mouse wheel away from you to zoom in; towards you to zoom
out.
or
Press the Plus + key to zoom in. Press the Minus – key to zoom out.
or
Click the Plus + or Minus - on the zoom slider.
or
Drag the marker on the zoom slider up to zoom in and down to zoom
out
or
Click
or
on the Navigation toolbar, then click on the map.
Zoom in to a specific
region on the map.
Press Shift and drag a rectangle with your mouse around the area to
zoom in to.
Zoom out from a
specific region on the
map.
Press Ctrl and Shift together and drag a rectangle with your mouse
around the area to zoom in to.
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Navigation tab
Figure 22:
Navigation tab menu screen shot
Search for a Permit
Figure 23:
Search for a permit menu – quick search screen shot
1. Take the following steps to do a simple permit search:
2. From the Navigation tab, ensure Permit Number is selected in the Quick Search field.
3. Enter the permit number. For example, enter ATP 1115 (the space is optional, and the field is
NOT case sensitive). Searching for ATP 1115 or EPP 1115 will produce the same results.
4. Click Search (or press Enter).
5. The map will zoom to the selected permit. The results of the search display in the Results
pane at the bottom of the screen.
Note 12:
Accessing Search for a permit function from the I want to menu
Note: You can also access the Search for a permit function from the
menu. The following window displays:
Quick Search
Quick Search will only search for Applications and Granted Permits. If you want to search for
Historical Permits, you need to use the
Simple Query function.
Take the following steps to do a quick search:
1. From the Navigation tab, select a search type from the Quick Search field. The available
quick searches are:
a. Sub-block Description
b. Authorised Holder
c.
Borehole Number
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d. Borehole Name
e. Native Title Claim
f.
Mining District
g. DCDB Plan
h. DCDB Lot and Plan
i.
Address
j.
Place Name
k. Local Authority.
2. Enter search criteria for the Quick Search. For example, for a Borehole Number search, enter
62817 (the borehole number), for a Native Title Claim, enter Gudjala People (the name of the
claim).
Note 13:
Entering the exact attribute value for the Borehole Number and DCDB Lot and Plan
searches is mandatory
Note: The exact attribute value for the Borehole Number and DCDB Lot and Plan
searches must be entered. For all other Quick Searches, enter a minimum of three
characters. For example, entering mor into the Local Authority search will return Moreton
Bay Regional Council and Mornington Shire Council.
3. Select the Intersect layers radio button if required. Choosing this option will select features
from all layers that are currently turned on which intersect with the features selected. This
process can take several minutes to complete if many layers have been turned on.
4. Click Search (or press Enter).
5. The map zooms to the selected permit. The results of the search display in the Results pane
at the bottom of the screen.
6. If the Intersect Layers option is selected:
a. While the search is in progress notification messages display in the bottom left of the map
screen and will update as each layer is intersected. For example:
b. The map zooms to the selected permit and it will be highlighted in pink.
c.
A map tip displays in the centre of the selected permit.
d. The Results pane opens at the bottom of the screen. The results for each constraint layer
which contains intersected features displays in a separate tab.
Note 14:
Different way of accessing the Quick Search function
Note: You can also access the Do a quick search function from the
menu.
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Navigation Tools
Table 8:
Navigation tool guide
To…
Do this…
Pan: Pan (move) the map in any direction. To pan the map, click on it and drag in
any direction. Use the Pan tool to return to panning after using other tools.
Zoom in: Zoom in when you click on the map. Alternatively, click and drag to draw a
box to zoom that extent.
Zoom out: Zoom out when you click the map.
Full Extent: Zoom to the full of the map of Queensland.
Previous Extent: Return to the previously displayed map extent.
Next Extent: Zoom to the next extent in the list of stored map extents.
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Bookmarks and Scale
Figure 24:
Bookmarks and map scale screen shot
The Bookmarks and Scale tools allow you to navigate quickly to certain pre-set locations, to
bookmark your own locations and to zoom in or out to pre-set map scales.
Table 9:
Bookmark and scale tool guide
To…
Do this…
Change the Map Scale
Select a scale from the Map Scale drop down pre-defined list, or type
in a scale. MinesOnlineMaps will zoom in or out as necessary to
display the closest viewable scale.
Jump to a map bookmark
Select a pre-defined bookmark from the Jump to a map bookmark…
drop down list. The map zooms to the bookmarked location.
Add a bookmark
To add a bookmark for the current extent, click +, enter a name for
your bookmark, and then click OK. Only the defined map extent is
saved with each bookmark.
The new bookmark displays at the bottom of the Jump to a map
bookmark… drop down list. The bookmark will be available only on
the computer where it was created.
Remove a bookmark
Click the Jump to a map bookmark… drop down list, scroll to the
bottom of the list and click x (Remove) next to the bookmark that you
want to remove.
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Search and Intersect tab
Figure 25:
Search and intersect tab menu screen shot
Table 10:
Search and intersect tool guide
To…
Do this…
Quick Search: This tool provides a number of commonly used
attribute searches and allows the selected features to be
intersected with the currently visible layers. For further information
about using this tool see Quick Search.
Advanced Intersect: Use this tool to generate a detailed report of
overlapping features when can be exported to Microsoft Excel for
distribution.
Advanced Permit Search: This tool provides an in depth and
customisable search for permits. It allows you to specify the
Tenement Type, Attribute Field and Date range to narrow the
search focus.
Simple Query: The Simple Query Builder makes it possible to
specify a search by layer, field and values. It is also possible to add
multiple conditions to a search.
View Results: Display all the results of the latest search in the
Results pane.
View Selected: Display features that have been selected from the
Results pane by clicking the star icon beside each feature. If you
don’t have any features selected, this icon will be disabled.
Point Identify: Find features on the layer at a point on the map.
Select the tool and click the map. Any features on the layer(s) at
that point display in the Results pane, grouped by layer.
Freehand Identify: Select and highlight all features that dissect a
freehand line. Select the tool, click the map and draw the freehand
line. Any features on the layer(s) dissected by the line display in
the Results pane, grouped by layer.
Line Identify: Select and highlight all features that dissect a line.
Select the tool, and then click the map and draw the line. Doubleclick to complete the line and display the identified features on the
layer(s) in the Results pane, grouped by layer.
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To…
Polygon Identify: Find and highlight all features that intersect a
polygon that is drawn on the map. Select the tool; click the map to
start the shape. Click to add at least two more points. Double-click
to close the polygon and display the identified features on the
layer(s) in the Results pane, grouped by layer.
Rectangle Identify: Find and highlight all features that intersect a
rectangle that is drawn on the map. Select the tool, click the map
and hold the mouse button down where the rectangle should start.
Drag the mouse to size the rectangle and release the mouse
button to complete it. Any features contained within the rectangle
on the layer(s) will display in the Results pane, grouped by layer.
Advanced Intersect
When you run the Advanced Intersect report, the results display in the Results pane like all other
searches.
1. Take the following steps to produce an Advanced Intersect report:
2. Search for the features for which you want to produce the report. For more information, go to
3. Select the features from the Results pane. For example, first search for EPMs of interest and
then click the yellow star beside each in the Results pane.
4. Ensure that you have the required layers selected.
5. From the Search and Intersect tab, select Advanced Intersect.
6. Select the options for the Advanced Intersect report:
a. Sources Features to Intersect With:
i.
Defaults to Currently selected (starred) features.
ii.
To produce the report for individual sub-blocks, de-select Merge Sub-blocks.
b. Target Layers to Intersect With:
i.
c.
Select Layers currently “on” or Choose Layers.
Export options:
i.
% Overlap Filter - The tolerance filter for valid polygon areas of intersect. Set to
0.1% by default so that adjacent (but not overlapping) polygons will be excluded.
Larger values will exclude more polygon-polygon intersects based on their area of
overlap.
ii.
CSV file (comma separated value file not restricted to a particular application) or
XLSX file (an Excel spreadsheet file containing more formatting but requires
Microsoft Excel to view results). It is recommended that you select the XLSX file as it
produces formatted results.
7. Click Intersect/Next to produce the report. Depending on the complexity of the data in the
report, it will take a few minutes to generate. As the report is generating, MinesOnlineMaps
will display the results in the Results pane. Once the report is complete, the results will
refresh and information will be removed from the Results pane.
Note 15:
How to select more than one layer when selecting Choose Layers
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Note: If you selected Choose Layers in the Target Layers to Intersect With field, the
list of layers will display for you to select. Use Ctrl-click to select more than one in the
list. Click Intersect to continue.
8. Click on Intersect Report spreadsheet hyperlink to download the report
9. Click Open or Save (as required) to view the Excel file containing the Intersect Report.
10. Click Close to close the Download Intersect Report Excel spreadsheet window when
complete.
Note 16:
Accessing the ‘Run an advanced intersect report’ function from the ‘I want to’ menu
Note: You can also access the Run an advanced intersect report function from the
menu.
Advanced Permit Search
The Advanced Permit Search tool is designed to provide a more in depth and customizable search
for permits. It allows you to specify the Tenement Type, Permit Search Type and Date range to
narrow the search focus. When you run the Advanced Permit Search, the results display in the
Results pane like all other searches.
Take the following steps to perform an Advanced Permit Search:
1. From the Search and Intersect tab, select Advanced Permit Search.
2. Select the required permit type from the Tenement Type drop down list.
3. Select the required search type from the Permit Search Type drop down list, for example,
select Permit Number.
4. Select the appropriate date range from the Date Option drop down list, for example, select
From and To dates.
5. Click Next to continue. The Advanced Permit Search (2 of 2) screen displays.
6. Enter the search value in the search field. When you type the first few characters from the
required search value, a list of records that match what you have entered in the field display
in a drop down list. Select the required record.
7. Click Search, or press Enter. The map zooms to the selected permit. The results of the
search display in the Results pane at the bottom of the screen.
Simple Query
The Simple Query tool is designed to allow you to build simple queries by specifying the layer and
fields to be queried as well as the operator and the required value to narrow the search focus. You
can add multiple conditions to the query. When you run the query, the results display in the Results
pane like all other searches.
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Figure 26:
Simple query builder screen shot
Take the following steps to run a Simple Query:
1. From the Search and Intersect tab, select Simple Query. The Simple Query Builder displays.
2. From the Query Layer drop down list, select the query layer, for example ATP Granted.
3. From the
Field dropdown list, select the field to search on, for example Grant Date.
4. From the
Operator dropdown list, select the operator, for example Equals.
5. In the
Value field, type the value to query, for example 30/06/2013. When entering a
date value, use the date format DD/MM/YYYY.
Note 17:
How to view the entire list of values in the field
Note: Type % in the Value field to view the entire list of values in the field.
6. If required, click Add a query condition and define another set of parameters.
7. From the Spatial Filter drop-down list, select an appropriate filter. The default value is None,
but if there are any selected features in the map they can be used here as a spatial filter.
8. To remove a condition, click
.
9. Click Run. The results of the search display in the Results pane at the bottom of the screen.
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Draw and Label tab
Figure 27:
Draw and label tab menu screen shot
The Draw and Label tab contains the tools to draw and markup the map. You can add labels or
change the standard highlighting for selected permits (for instructions on how to do this, see the Note
table below).
Table 11:
To…
Draw and label tool guide
Do this…
Point: Draw a point on the map.
Click the Point tool and then click in the map to draw a point. Click the tool
again to stop using it.
Freehand: Draw freely on the map in any direction.
Click the Freehand tool and draw in the map. Click the tool again to stop
using it.
Line: Draw a straight line or multi lines.
Click the Line tool and click in the map to start the line. Click to change the
line and draw in a new direction. Double-click to end the line. Click the tool
again to stop using it.
Polygon: Draw a polygon on the map.
Click the Polygon tool, clicking to change direction and draw the sides of the
polygon. Double-click to end the shape. Click the tool again to stop using it.
Rectangle: Draw a rectangle on the map.
Click the Rectangle tool and click and drag in the map to create the shape.
Click the tool again to stop using it.
Arrow: Draw an arrow on the map.
Click the Arrow tool and click and drag in different directions to change the
shape and size of the arrow. Click the tool again to stop using it.
Circle: Draw a circle on the map.
Click the Circle tool and drag into the centre or outwards to change the size of
the circle. Click the tool again to stop using it.
Ellipse: Draw an ellipse on the map.
Click the Ellipse tool and drag in different directions to change the shape and
size of the ellipse. Click the tool again to stop using it.
Triangle: Draw a triangle on the map.
Click the Triangle tool and drag in different directions to change the shape,
size and direction of the triangle. Click the tool again to stop using it.
Text: Add a text label to the map. You can use Advance Label Options to Add
Feature Labels using the data in the layers selected. For more information, go
to Add text label.
Undo: Undo the most recent edits to a drawing.
Redo: Redo the most recent changes to a drawing.
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Edit Drawing: Edit the drawing on the map.
When you click on the drawing you want to edit, the points activate and you
can then drag any of the points in any direction to change the shape of your
drawing. You can also rotate the drawing by clicking and dragging the square
above the marquee in the middle of the graphic.
Clear All Drawings: Clear all the drawings on the map.
Erase Drawing: Remove drawings from the map one at a time by clicking on
each one.
Drawing tools
The shape, size, color and transparency of the shape can be set using tools that appear on the
toolbar when you select one of the drawing tools. These tools change based on which drawing tool
you select:
Figure 28:
Drawing tools menu screen shot
Table 12:
Drawing tools menu guide
To…
Do this…
Style: Select the style of the point or line.
Color: Select the colour of the shape. Use the slider to change the
transparency.
Size: Either use the arrows to increase or decrease the point size, or type
in the new point size.
Thickness: Either use the arrows to increase or decrease the line
thickness or type in the new size.
Border: Select the border colour for the shape. Use the slider to change
the transparency.
Fill: Select the fill colour of the shape. Use the slider to change the
transparency.
Font: Select the font for the text.
Angle: Either use the arrows to increase or decrease the angle of the text
or type in the new angle.
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Note 18:
Changing the standard yellow shading when selecting permits
Note: If you want to change the standard yellow shading when you select a permit, take
the following steps:
• Search for the permit.
• Do NOT select the permit in the Results pane (that is, do NOT click the yellow star).
• From the Draw and Label tab, click on the Polygon shape. The Drawing Tools
display.
• In the Drawing Tools, select the Border Colour, Thickness and Fill that you
require. If you want a solid border with no fill, slide the bar to as far to the left as
possible.
• Double-click on the permit in the Results pane. The Information screen for the permit
displays.
• Select Copy to Drawing. The permit is now highlighted with the attributes you
selected in the Drawing Tools.
• Close the Information screen. The map displays as shown:
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Add text label
Take the following steps to add a text label to the map:
1. Ensure you have the map layers selected.
2. From the Draw and Label tab, click Text.
3. Adjust the Font, Colour, Size and Angle for your text label if required. You cannot edit these
features after you create the label.
4. Click in the map where you want the label to display. The text label text box displays:
Figure 29:
Text label screen shot
5. If you want to create your own label, type text in
6. If you want to select features from the layer data, click
the text field and press Enter.
Advanced Label Options and
take the following steps:
a. From the Advanced Label Options window, click Add Feature Label. It may take a
minute for the features to load.
b. From the Layer field, select the layer from the list of layers currently turned on in the map.
c.
From the Field field, select from a list of fields available for that layer, for example, Permit
ID or Authorised Holder Name.
d. Click Add to Label.
e. To add another label, click Add Feature Label.
Note 19:
How to format or delete label, and typing directly into the advanced label options box
Note: You will have to format the text by adding hard returns after each label you add.
You can remove a label, or part of the label text by deleting the text in the text field. Note:
You can also type directly into the Advanced Label Options box.
f.
When complete, click Apply. The labels display in the map.
7. Click Text again to turn off the tool.
Note 20:
How to change the position of the label on the map
Note: To change the position of the label on the map, click Edit Drawing. You can then
click on the label in the map and move it to its new position.
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Measure and Coordinates tab
Figure 30:
Measure and coordinates tabs screen shot
Table 13:
Measure and coordinates tool guide
To…
Do this…
Measure Distance: Measure distances on the map by
drawing a segmented line.
Measure Area: Measure an area of the map by drawing a
shape.
Add as Drawing: Add the distance or area measurement to
the map as a drawing either after or while you are using the
measure distance or measure area tool.
Erase Drawing: Erase a drawing by clicking on any part of
it after selecting the Erase Drawing tool.
Clear All: Clear all the drawings on the current map. Click
OK to confirm.
Measurement Info: Displays the final measurement of a
drawing.
Units: Change the default unit of measurement on a
drawing to other available options. When measuring
distance, a single unit of measurement can be selected.
When measuring area, different units can be selected for
Perimeter and for Area.
Enter Coords: Select a coordinate system and then enter
known coordinates to find a feature.
Plot Coords: Place a callout label on the map for every
point you click.
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To…
Do this…
Clear Coords: Clear any coordinates currently on the map.
Clicked Coordinates: Find the coordinates by clicking
anywhere on the map and reading the result in this box. If
you click the Plot Coordinates tool and then click the map,
the coordinates for each place you click appear on the map.
Coordinate System: Select a different Coordinate System
from the default GDA94 Lat/Long (DMS).
If you select a different coordinate system, the information
in Clicked Coordinates will update as will any coordinate
callout labels on the map. The Map coordinates at the
bottom of the screen will not change.
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Measure Distance
Take the following steps to measure distance on the map:
1. From the Measure and Coordinates tab, click Measure Distance.
2. Click on the map at the start of the distance you want to measure.
3. Drag a line and click each time you want to change direction or to create a measured
segment. Whenever you click, the distance of the previous segment appears beside the line
and the total distance covered to that point appears in the Total Distance box in the
Measurement Info section of the toolbar.
4. Double click on the map to finish the measurement.
5. Click Measure Distance to turn off the tool and return to the default mouse action of pan.
6. Select the correct unit of measure from the Unit drop down list, if required.
Measure Area
Take the following steps to measure area on the map:
1. On the Measure and Coordinates tab, click Measure Area.
2. Click on the map at the start of the area you want to measure.
3. Drag a line and click each time you want to change direction or create a measured segment
of the perimeter. Each time you click, the length of the previous segment appears beside the
line and the total area displays as a screen tip on the map.
4. Double click on the map to finish the measurement. The total area and perimeter length
display in the Measurement Info area.
5. Select the correct unit of measure from the Unit drop down list for the Perimeter and Area, if
required.
Note 21:
If the Measure Area tool is used for drawing a single line, only the distance will be shown
Note: If the Measure Area tool is used for drawing a single line, only the distance will be
shown (Perimeter and Area will display as zero).
Enter Coordinates
Take the following steps to enter coordinates manually:
1. From the Measure and Coordinates tab, select Enter Coords. The Manually Enter
Coordinates dialog box opens.
2. Select a coordinate system from the Coordinate System drop down list.
3. Enter the latitude in the Lat field.
Note 22:
Ensure that you identify the latitude with an S or – to identify the coordinates as being in the
southern hemisphere
Note: Ensure that you identify the latitude with an S or – to identify the coordinates as
being in the southern hemisphere.
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Enter the longitude in the Lon field.
1. If you select Add coordinate to map, a callout label is added to the map at the point of the
coordinate.
2. If you select Pan to coordinate, the map will pan to the coordinates you entered.
3. To add more coordinates to the map, click Add and then continue to add more coordinates.
4. When complete, click Done.
5. Update the Coordinate System if required.
Plot coordinates
1. Take the following steps to plot coordinates on the map:
2. On the Measure and Coordinates tab, select Plot Coords.
3. Click the map to insert a callout label of the coordinates at that point.
4. Continue to click on the map to add more coordinates.
5. Click Plot Coords again to turn off the tool.
6. Update the Coordinate System if required.
Clear coordinates
Take the following steps to remove coordinate callouts from the map:
1. To remove an individual coordinate callout label, click on it.
2. To remove all callouts, from the Measure and Coordinates tab, click Clear Coords.
3. Click OK to the confirmation message.
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Import and Export tab
Figure 31:
Import and Export menu screen shot
Table 14:
Import and export menu tool guide
To…
Do this…
Add Shapefile: Use this tool to add a shapefile to the map.
Add CSV file: Use this tool to add a comma-delimited spreadsheet (CSV)
containing data to the map.
CSV to Shapefile converter: Creates a point, line or polygon shapefile from a
CSV file.
Print Map: Use this tool to print a map from a pre-defined template. Click the icon
to show a popup window where you can select the layout, the output format,
resolution, map scale and map title.
Reports: Use this tool to produce a pre-defined report that shows a map and
information about features you select.
Export Map: Use this tool to export a map image. Open the Export a Map
Image dialog box and select the image format that you want to export the map
into.
Extract Shapefile: Use this tool to extract any point, polygons or lines that you
have drawn on the map into a shapefile. A separate shapefile will be created for
point features, line features and polygon features and all three shapefiles will be
bundled into a zip file. This tool will only become active once you have added
markup to the map.
Google Maps: Use this tool to open the current location in Google Maps, where
you can use all the Google Maps tools. This tool allows you to view the
MinesOnlineMaps map and the Google Map side-by-side, and they will move
synchronously.
Bing Maps: Use this tool to open the current location in Bing Maps, where you
can use all the Bing Maps tools. This tool allows you to view the
MinesOnlineMaps map and the Bing Map side-by-side, and they will move
synchronously.
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To…
Do this…
Field Inspection Report: Use this tool to generate a customised Field Inspection
Report, with the option to generate CSV or GPX output.
Remove Field Inspection IDs: If you want to remove the field inspection IDs
from the map after generating the Field Inspection Report, click Remove Field
Inspection IDs.
Add shapefile
A shapefile stores points, lines and polygons that represent data on the map. The shapefile also
stores attribute data about the features on the map. You can add shapefiles to your map, including all
the data that accompanies the graphics files.
1. Take the following steps to add a shapefile to a map:
2. On the Import and Export tab of the toolbar, select Add Shapefile.
3. Navigate to the location on your computer where the shapefiles are stored.
4. Select all .dbf, .prj, shp, and .shx files and then click Open.
5. The shapefile displays as a graphics layer in the Map Layers information pane and the data
displays on the map.
Note 23:
How to save a shapefile to a project
Note: If you are going to using this shapefile regularly, after you add the shapefile you
can save it as a project. You can then just open the project when you need to view it. For
more information about how to save and open projects, go to Projects.
Add CSV File
A CSV (comma-separated value) file stores data in a table in plain text. The simple format of CSV
files makes them useful for importing and exporting data.
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Note 24:
The CSV file must be in a specific format for the data to display as expected
Note: The CSV file must be in a specific format for the data to display as expected in
MinesOnlineMaps. The first row must label the coordinate columns Y and X – as shown
in this example:
Take the following steps to add a CSV file to the map:
1. From the Import and Export tab of the toolbar, click Add CSV file.
2. In the Open dialog box, navigate to the CSV file, select it, and then click Open.
3. The coordinates imported from the CSV file display in the map:
Figure 32:
Add csv map screen shot
The data imported from the CSV file appears as a graphics layer in the Map Layers:
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Figure 33:
Note 25:
Map layers graphics layers
Saving data from a CSV file that’s used regularly as a project
Note: If you are going to be using the data in the CSV file regularly, you can save it as a
project. You can then just open the project when you need to view it. For more
information about how to save and open projects, go to Projects.
Export a CSV
You can also export map data to a CSV file for import into other applications. For instructions, go to
Export to CSV.
CSV to ShapeFile converter tool
Using the shapefile templates
If you have latitude and longitude coordinates, you can create a shapefile using the Department’s CSV
template.
There are 3 templates available:
•
The Area coordinates generator (single) is used for points, polyline and polygon shapes.
Link to Area coordinates generator (single) csv template
−
The Area coordinates generator (multi-part polygon) is used when there are multiple
polygons used to define the area.
Link for Area coordinates generator (multi-part polygon) csv template
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The Area coordinates generator (degree-min-sec) is used when your values are in
degrees-minutes-seconds .
Link for Area coordinates generator (degree-min-sec) csv template
Create a CSV file for point, polyline or polygon features
1. Open the CSV template in Microsoft Excel.
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2. If you see an Enable Content button at the top of the screen, click to enable you to add and
save your coordinates or values.
3. Enter the values as per each column heading in the template.
4. Click
to save the file as a .csv file.
Figure 34:
Sample of a multi-part polygon csv generated file
Figure 35:
Sample result in MinesOnlineMaps using the (multi-part polygon) generated
csv file
Uploading the CSV file and downloading the shapefile
1. Select the link in MinesOnlineMaps or the CSV to Shapefile converter option in
MinesOnlineMaps:
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Figure 36:
Note 26:
CSV to Shapefile converter tool screen shot
The icon in MinesOnlineMaps is in the Import and Export tab
Note:.The icon in MinesOnlineMaps is in the Import and Export tab
Figure 37:
CSV to ShapeFile converter button screen shot
2. Locate and upload the created CSV file.
Figure 38:
1.
CSV importer menu screen shot
Select Points, Lines or Polygons from the drop down menu, using Polygons for items like
permit boundary or surface area descriptions and Lines for pipelines and access roads.
2. Select OK to display the Download ShapeFile dialogue box.
3. Select the Download ShapeFile link.
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Figure 39:
Download ShapeFile button screen shot
4. Select SAVE to save the converted CSV to shapefile. It will save as a .zip file.
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Figure 40:
Save the converted CSV to ShapeFile option message screen shot
5. Upload the .zip file into MinesOnlineMaps.
Print Map
Take the following steps to print a map:
1. Ensure you have selected your results in the Results pane and have turned on the layers you
require.
2. From the Import and Export tab of the toolbar, click Print Map.
3. Select the required options from the Create a Printable Map screen:
a. Select Layout: Choose paper size and layout, for example A4 – Landscape.
b. Output Format
c.
Resolution
d. Map Scale: Choose an appropriate scale from the drop-down list. Select a scale that is
close to the current viewing scale. Do not use Current Extent or Current Scale as this may
result in duplicate labels being printed.
e. Grid: Select from Latitude/Longitude, Easting/Northing or None
f.
Map Title: Type an appropriate title for the map. This displays at the top of page 1 (the
map) as well as at the top of page 2 (the legend).
4. Click Create File to generate the map document.
5. When the print file is ready, a confirmation message displays.
6. Click Open File. The map will open in another browser window. Save the file for later review,
or send it to the printer if required.
Note 27:
You can create a printable map from the 'I want to' menu
Note: You can select Create a printable map from the
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Reports
A number of short report options for permit types that have been created for you to select and run.
Take the following steps to run a report:
1. From the Import and Export tab of the toolbar, click Reports. The Reports information pane
opens.
2. Select from the following options:
a. Report Type: Select the report from the dropdown list.
b. Output Format: Select either PDF, JPEG or PNG.
c.
Selection Type: Select the tool you want to use to draw on the map in order to define the
area that you want your report to be about.
3. Once you have made a selection, a confirmation message displays to indicate that your report
is ready to download. Click Download Report.
4. Print or save the report.
Note 28:
You can create a report from the 'I want to' menu
Note: You can select Create a report from the
menu.
Export Map
You can export the map as an image file in a variety of image formats, including PNG, BMP, JPEG,
and TIFF. When you export a map, any markup or measurements that you have added are flattened
onto the image and exported too.
You can include georeference data when you export a map image. The georeference data and the
map image are included in a zip file that you can download and use in other GIS applications like
ArcMAP. When you import the map image, the georeference data is used to position your exported
map image in the correct location on the existing map.
Take the following steps to export a map image:
1. From the Import and Export tab of the toolbar, click Export Map. The Export a Map Image
dialog box opens.
2. From the Select Image Format drop-down list, select the image format you want to use.
3. Select Include Georeference Data if you want to position the map image on a map when
imported to other GIS applications.
4. Click Create Image.
5. If you selected Include Georeference Data, a confirmation message displays so that you can
download the zip file containing the georeference data.
6. If you did not select Include Georeference Data, a confirmation message displays so that
you can view the image file.
Note 29:
You can also access the export a map function from the context menu
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Note: The export a map function is also available from the context menu. Right-click on
the map image and then select Export a Map Image
Extract Shapefile
This function allows you to extract a zip file containing drawings and lines marked up on your map.
Note 30:
The Extract Shapefile tool does not export the layer data
Note: The Extract Shapefile tool does not export the layer data.
Note 31:
The Extract Shapefile tool only becomes available for selection in the toolbar once you have
added some markup to the map
Note: The Extract Shapefile tool only becomes available for selection in the toolbar once
you have added some markup to the map.
To copy search results from the Results pane to the map, take the following steps:
•
Double-click on the result in the Results pane.
•
From the Information screen, click Copy To Drawing:
•
Close the Information screen.
Take the following steps to extract a shapefile from a map:
1. Ensure you have copied to drawing or marked up the map.
2. From the Import and Export tab, click Extract Shapefile.
3. Click Download. The File Download dialog opens.
4. Click Save. If you click Open, the zip file will open from your Temporary Internet Files folder.
5. When the Save As dialog opens, navigate to the folder where you want to save the file.
6. Click Save.
Google Maps™
This tool gives you the ability to open your current location in Google Maps, where you can use all the
Google Maps tools.
Take the following steps to open Google Maps:
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1. From the Import and Export tab, select Google Maps™. Google Maps opens in a new browser
window.
Note 32:
You can view Google maps and MinesOnlineMaps at the same time on separate screens
Note: When you are in Google maps, you can see the MinesOnlineMaps map and the
Google map side-by-side. If you move either map, the other map moves synchronously.
This is seen best when you have the maps open on two screens.
Google Street View
This tool gives you the ability to open your current location in Google Street View, where you can use
all the Google Street View tools.
Take the following steps to open Google Street View:
1. Right-click on a point on the map. The context menu opens.
2. Select Open Google Street View Here. Google Street View opens in a new browser window.
Note 33:
Google maps will display if Google street view is not available
Note: If Google Street View is not available for that area, Google Maps will display
instead.
Bing Maps™
This tool gives you the ability to open your current location in Bing Maps, where you can use all the
Bing Maps tools.
Take the following steps to open Bing Maps:
1. From the Import and Export tab, select Bing Maps™.
2. Bing Maps opens in a new browser window.
Note 34:
You can view Bing maps and MinesOnlineMaps side by side
Note: When you are in Bing maps, you can see the MinesOnlineMaps map and the Bing map sideby-side. If you move either map, the other map moves synchronously. This is seen best when you
have the maps open on two screens.
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Field Inspection Report
Figure 41:
Field Inspection report menu screen shot
Take the following steps to run the Field Inspection Report:
1. From the Import and Export tab, click Field Inspection Report. The Field Inspection Report
screen displays.
2. If you do not want to show IDs in report map, deselect the Show IDs in report map field.
3. If you require a file output in addition to the report, select the required file output, CSV and/or
GPX.
4. Select another font size, or leave as Auto.
5. Click OK. The Field Inspection Report will generate. When compete, the Report Ready
window displays. Click on the Field Inspection Report link to open it.
6. Print or save the report as required.
7. Close the report and return to MinesOnlineMaps.
8. Click Close (Important – NOT the x on the window) on the Report Ready window. If you
requested file output, MinesOnlineMaps will now generate it.
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Advanced Tools tab
Figure 42:
Advanced tools tab menu screen shot
Table 15:
Advanced tools guide
To…
Do this…
Layer Drawing Order: Open a list of layers in the Information pane and
rearrange the order in which the layers are drawn on the map.
Advanced Query: The Advanced Query Builder tool allows you build or type in
advanced SQL statements.
Advanced Filter: Maps can contain multiple layers and complex data.
Sometimes you need to reduce the amount of data in order to focus on what is
most important. You can use the Advanced Filter Builder tool to exclude data
that you are not interested in on a particular layer.
Layer Drawing Order
Take the following steps to change the drawing order of a map layer:
1. From the Advanced Tools tab, select Layer Drawing Order.
2. To change the order of a layer, click the layer and drag it into the new position. Release the
mouse after the orange line displays the new position:
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Figure 43:
Layer drawing order menu screen shot
3. To change the drawing order within a layer, for example, Production Permits, click Edit
beside the layer. All leases associated with that permit type will now display.
4. Click the layer and drag it into the new position. Release the mouse after the orange line
displays the new position.
Note 35:
How to save the layer drawing order
Note: If you reorder the layer drawing order and then save the map as a Project, the layer
drawing order will save as well. For more information, go to Projects.
Advanced Query
The advanced query builder tool makes it possible for you build or type in advanced SQL (Structured
Query Language) statements.
Take the following steps to build a query using the Advanced Query Builder:
1. From the Advanced Tools tab, select Advanced Query. The Advanced Query Builder opens
in the Information pane.
2. From the Query Layer drop down list, select the layer that you want to query.
3. From the Field Name drop down list, select field to add to your query statement and then
click Add.
4. From the Operators field, select the operator to use, or type it into the box.
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5. In the Field Value text box, type in the value you want to add to your query. A drop-down list
of values that match your entry display. If the correct value appears in the list, select it.
Alternatively click or type % as a wildcard that will match zero or more characters.
Note 36:
How to view the entire list of values in the field
Note: Type % in the Field Value field to view the entire list of values in the field.
1. Click Add. The Field Value is added to the end of your query statement in the box below.
2. If required, repeat the steps to add other field names, operators and field values to your
query.
3. Select the Spatial Filter.
4. When your query is complete, click Run. The results of the query display in the Results pane.
5. To begin a new query, click Clear, and build a new query.
Advanced Filter
Maps can contain multiple layers and complex data. Sometimes you need to reduce the amount of
data in order to focus on what is most important. You can use the Advanced Filter Builder tool to
exclude data that you do not want to see on a particular layer.
Take the following steps to filter information using the Advanced Filter:
1. From the Advanced Tools tab, click Advanced Filter. The Advanced Filter Builder opens in
the information pane.
2. From the Filter Layer drop down list, select the layer that you want to filter on.
3. From the Field Name drop down list, select the field to add to your filter and then click Add.
4. From the Operators field, select the operator to use in your filter, or type it into the box.
5. In the Field Value text box, type in the value you want to add to your query. A drop-down list
of values that match your entry display. If the correct value appears in the list, you can select
it.
Note 37:
How to view the entire list of values in the field
Note: Type % in the Field Value field to view the entire list of values in the field.
6. Click Add. The Field Value is added to the end of your query statement in the box below.
7. If required, repeat the steps to add other field names, operators and field values to your filter.
8. When your filter is ready, click Apply Filter. The map updates to exclude the information you
filtered out.
9. To begin a new filter, click Clear, and build a new filter.
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Specific reports
Moratorium area report
To run the Moratorium Report:
1. From the 'I want to'… menu, click Create a moratorium area report.
The moratorium area report screen displays.
Figure 44:
Moratorium area report screen shot
2. Select the Effective date (last date of each month displays as the options. The moratorium
areas are released on the first business day of the next month.
3. Select  Generate sub-blocks list spreadsheet (XLS) if you require a file output in addition
to the report.
4. Click
.
5. Moratorium area report window will display.
6. Click on the Download moratorium area report link to open it.
7. Print or save the report as required.
8. Close the report and return to MinesOnlineMaps.
9. Click Close (Important – Do NOT use the x to close the window) on the Report Ready
window.
Note 38:
Generation of file output
Note: If you requested file output, MinesOnlineMaps will now generate it.
QDEX Reports
The tools below will only be active when one of the historical exploration permit layers have be
selected. Use any of the identify tools to select the area.
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Figure 45:
Tools that can be viewed when the historical exploration permit layers have be
selected screen shot
All results will appear the results pane.
Figure 46:
Results pane screen shot
Take the following steps to run a report:
1. Click Reports. The Featured Report window displays.
2. Select from the following options:
a. Report Type: Select the report from the dropdown list.
b. Output Format: Defaults to PDF.
3. Print or save the report.
This report will provide you with the hyperlink to QDEX for all the historically reports. Click on the link
to open the historical report.
Figure 47:
Historical permit short report screen shot
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Information and Help tab
Department of Natural Resources and Mines external customers:
Figure 48:
Information and Help tab for external customers screen shot
Internal Department of Natural Resources and Mines staff:
Figure 49:
Information and Help tab for internal customers screen shot
Table 16:
Information and Help tab menu guide
To…
Do this…
Online Help: Opens the generic Geocortex online help in a separate window.
This online help is useful for generic MinesOnlineMaps tasks only.
User Guide: Opens this user guide. This User guide has been developed to
explain how to use generic and customised functionality.
Work Instructions: Opens the MinesOnlineMaps SharePoint site containing
work instructions for common business functions.
This option is available for internal Department of Natural Resources and Mines
staff only.
Contact Support:
•
Click to send an email to MinesOnlineMaps support
(minesonlinemaps@dnrm.qld.gov.au).
•
Call +61 7 3035 5256.
QGIS data download - Queensland Spatial Catalogue - QSpatial: Click to be
taken to the Queensland Government Information Service website where you
can search for an area and then select the data you would like to download. This
data can be added to MinesOnlineMaps as a shapefile. For more information on
shapefiles, go to Add shapefile.
This option is available for external Department of Natural Resources and Mines
customers only.
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To…
Do this…
Public searches for resource authorities
Search for resource authority applications or grants details on your land and
surrounding area by either:
•
using our free public search services
or
•
requesting undermining and property searches for a fee.
MyMinesOnline
MyMinesOnline lets you apply and manage your resource authorities online.
QDEX Data gives you access to:
•seismic survey processed data and field data packaged by survey
•wireline log data packaged by well
•3D geological and geophysical models
•airborne geophysical survey data including state, federal, open-range and open
file company exploration surveys packaged by Aerial Geophysical Survey
System (AGSS) number
•ground geophysical data, including gravity data
•geochemistry including drill hole locations, down-hole assays and geology, and
assays of rock chips, stream sediment, soils and whole rock samples packed by
broad region.
QDEX Reports
QDEX Reports lets you submit and search for company statutory reports.
It also gives you access to maps and publications from the Geological Survey of
Queensland and to other government publications including departmental annual
reports and the Queensland Government Mining Journal.
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Appendix A – MOM Layer list
Note 39:
Charting, Native Title, Inspection, and Abandoned Mines layers are ONLY available in internal MOM
Note: Charting, Native Title, Inspection, and Abandoned Mines layers are ONLY
available in internal MOM
Appendix A:
MOM Layer list table
Group
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Exploration Permits
Mineral
EPM Application
Group or Layer
Layer
EPM Granted
Special
EPM Special Application
EPM Special Granted
Coal
EPC Application
EPC Granted
Geothermal
EPG Application
EPG Granted
Greenhouse Gas
EPQ Application
EPQ Granted
Petroleum
ATP Application
ATP Granted
Petroleum PCA Application
Petroleum PCA Granted
Mineral Development Licence
Application
MDL Permit Application
MDL Access Application
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Group
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Granted
MDL Permit Granted
Layer
MDL Access Granted
Offshore Petroleum
OEP Application
OEP Granted
Production Permits
Mining Claim
Application
MC Permit Application
MC Access Application
Granted
MC Permit Granted
MC Access Granted
Mining Lease
Application
ML Permit Application
ML Surface Area Application
ML Access Application
Granted
ML Permit Granted
ML Surface Area Granted
ML Access Granted
Geothermal Lease
GL Application
GL Granted
Greenhouse Lease
QL Application
QL Granted
Petroleum Lease
PL Application
PL Granted
Infrastructure Permits
Mining Lease
Application
ML Inf. Permit Application
ML Inf. Surface Area Application
ML Inf. Access Application
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Group
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Granted
ML Inf. Permit Granted
Layer
ML Inf. Surface Area Granted
ML Inf. Access Granted
Pipeline Licence Area
PPL Application Area
PPL Granted Area
Pipeline Licence Centre Line
PPL Application CL
PPL Granted CL
Petroleum Facility Licence
PFL Application
PFL Granted
Information Permits
Petroleum Survey Licence
PSL Application
PSL Granted
Data Acquisition Authority
Nominated Area - Coal
Permit Administration
Areas
Moratorium
Moratorium Area Mineral
Moratorium Area Special
Advertised Area
Advertised Area Geothermal
Advertised Area Greenhouse
Gas
Advertised Area Petroleum
Advertised Area Coal
Advertised Area Mineral
Historic Exploration
Permits
Mineral
Historic EPM before 1961
Historic EPM 1961 to 1970
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Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Layer
Historic EPM 1971 to 1980
Historic EPM 1981 to 1990
Historic EPM 1991 to 2000
Historic EPM 2001 to 2010
Historic EPM after 2010
Coal
Historic EPC before 1971
Historic EPC 1971 to 1980
Historic EPC 1981 to 1990
Historic EPC 1991 to 2000
Historic EPC 2001 to 2010
Historic EPC after 2010
Historic EPG
Petroleum
Historic ATP before 1961
Historic ATP 1961 to 1970
Historic ATP 1971 to 1980
Historic ATP 1981 to 1990
Historic ATP 1991 to 2000
Historic ATP 2001 to 2010
Historic ATP after 2010
Mineral Development Licence
(Dead)
Historic MDL (Dead) Extent
Historic MDL (Dead) Access
Historic Production
Permits
Mining Claim (Dead)
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Group
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Layer
Historic MC (Dead) Access
Mining Lease (Dead)
Historic ML (Dead) Extent
Historic ML (Dead) Surface
Historic ML (Dead) Access
Mining Lease (Historic)
Historic ML Application
Historic ML Granted
Mineral Freehold Selection
Historic MFS Selection
Historic MFS Freehold
Historic GL
Historic QL
Historic PL
Historic Infrastructure
Permits
Historic PLA
Historic Permit
Administration Areas
Historic Advertised Area
Historic Advertised Area
Geothermal
Historic Advertised Area
Petroleum
Historic Advertised Area
Greenhouse Gas
Historic Advertised Area Coal
Historic Advertised Area
Mineral
Boreholes
Boreholes Coal
Boreholes Coal Seam Gas
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Group
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Layer
Boreholes Core, Cutting or
Sidewall Held
Boreholes Gas or Gas Show
Boreholes Greenhouse Gas
Storage
Boreholes Hylogged
Boreholes Mineral
Boreholes Oil or Oil Show
Boreholes Petroleum
Boreholes Stratigraphic
Boreholes Water (P&G Act)
Groundwater
Administrative
Boundaries
Blocks and Sub-blocks
Block Identification Map Index
Blocks
Blocks Sub-blocks
Aboriginal Representative
Areas
Queensland Electoral
Boundaries
Qld Electoral Boundaries 2008
Qld Electoral Boundaries 1999
Federal Electoral Boundaries
Federal Electoral Boundaries
2009
Federal Electoral Boundaries
2007
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Group
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Layer
Federal Electoral Boundaries
1997
Local Authority
Local Authority
Local Authority (before
01/01/2014)
Local Authority (before
15/03/2008)
Mining District
Mining Regions
N.W. QLD Mineral/Energy Prv.
Maritime Boundaries
Maritime Bdy Adjacent Area
(Cth)
Maritime Bdy Continental Shelf
Maritime Bdy Exclusive
Economic Zone
Maritime Bdy Queensland (Inc
Coastal Waters)
Maritime Bdy Territorial Sea
Maritime Bdy Torres Strait
Protection Zone
Statistical Division
Cadastre
Cadastre (DCDB) Parcels
Cadastre (DCDB) Parcels > 1
ha
Survey Control (Lands)
PSM - 2nd, 3rd and 4th order
PSM - 00, zero and 1st order
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Group
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Layer
Survey Control (Mines)
Population Centre
Locality
Locality (label only)
Native Title
Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander Land
Freehold Land
Reserve
Deed of Grant in Trust
Designated Landscape Areas
Indigenous Land Use
Agreement-State
Indigenous Land Use
Agreement-Private
Native Title, Land subject to
Native Title Claim
Native Title Claim Application
Native Title Claim Determination
Unavailable Lands
Torres Strait Protection Zone
Fossicking Area
Scientific/Purposes Reserve
Regional Park - Conservation
Fish Habitat Area 'A'
Forest Reserve
Commonwealth Acquisition
World Heritage Area
National Park
Constrained Lands
Restricted Area
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Group
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Layer
Restricted Area 384 (Urban)
Strategic Cropping
SCL Criteria Zones
SCL Criteria Sub-Zones
SCL Trigger Map
Wild Rivers (repealed)
Wild Rivers High Preservation
Wild Rivers Preservation Area
Wild Rivers Special Floodplain
Management
Wild Rivers Nominated
Waterways
Wild Rivers Floodplain
Management
Wild Rivers Subartesian
Management
Wild Rivers Designated Urban
Commonwealth Acquisition
Designated Fossicking Land
General Permission Areas
State Development Areas
DPI Research Site
Miscellaneous Notings
Regional Open Space System
Reserve
Coordinated Conservation
Area
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Group
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Layer
Fish Habitat Area 'B'
Nature Refuge
Regional Park - Resource Use
Area
State Forest
State Forest
State Forest Feature Protection
State Forest Park
State Forest Scientific Area
State Heritage Place
Qld Marine Park
Timber Reserve
Mining Policy Decisions
Priority Living Area
Priority Agricultural Area
Forest Entitlement Area A
Strategic Environmental Areas
(SEA)
SEA
SEA - Designated Precinct
Resources
Coal Resource
Coal Resource Site (Inferred)
Coal Mine Site
Coal Resource Boundary
Coal Resource Area
Extractive Resource (KRA)
KRA Transport Route
KRA Haulage Corridor
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Group
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Layer
KRA Transport Route
Separation Area
KRA Resource/Processing Area
KRA Separation Area
Mines and Mineral Resource
(MINOCC)
Mines and Mineral Occurrence
by Status
Mines and Mineral Occurrence
by Commodity
Operating Mine
Care and Maintenance
Abandoned Mine
Mineral Occurrence
Water
Petroleum Resource
Petroleum Resource Site
Watercourses
Watercourses <250k
Watercourses Background
<250k
Watercourses 250 to 1000k
Watercourses >1000k
Water Bodies
Lakes <250k
Lakes > 250k
Reservoirs
Water Bodies < 250k
Water Bodies >250k
Water Resource Plans
Drainage Basin Extents
Drainage Basins
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Group
Group or Layer
Map Index
1:100k Map Index
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Jurassic-Cretaceous Basins
Carpentaria Basin
Layer
1:250k Map Index
Structural Framework
Structural Framework all
Structural Framework by Age
or Orogen
Clarence-Moreton Basin
Eromanga Basin
Laura Basin
Maryborough Basin
Mulgildie Basin
Nambour Basin
Styx Basin
Surat Basin
Whitsunday Province
Triassic Basins
Burketown Depression
Callide Basin
Canobie Depression
Esk Basin
Ipswich Basin
Tarong Basin
Permian-Triassic Basins
Bowen Basin
Calen Basin
Cooper Basin
Galilee Basin
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Group
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Layer
Gamboola Basin
Lakefield Basin
Ngarrabullgan Basin
Olive River Basin
Cape York-Oriomo Province
Devonian-Carboniferous Basins
Adavale Basin
Barrolka Depression
Belyando Basin
Bundock Basin
Burdekin Basin
Clarke River Basin
Drummond Basin
Gilberton Basin
Pascoe River Basin
Warrabin Trough
Centralian Superbasin
Georgina Basin
Basins of Unknown Age
Inorunie Basin
Millungera Basin
New England Orogen
Gympie Province
Connors-Auburn Province
Auburn Subprovince
Connors Subprovince
Yarrol Province
Berserker Subprovince
Campwyn Subprovince
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Group
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Layer
Grantleigh Subprovince
Nogo Subprovince
Rockhampton Subprovince
Stoodleigh Subprovince
Wandilla Province
Beenleigh Subprovince
Coastal Subprovince
North D'Aguilar
Subprovince
South D'Aguilar
Subprovince
Yarraman Subprovince
Woolomin Province
Silver Spur Subprovince
Texas Subprovince
Calliope Province
Awoonga Subprovince
Capella Subprovince
Craigilee Subprovince
Erebus Subprovince
Philpott Subprovince
Marlborough Province
Silverwood Province
New England Orogen extent
Mossman Orogen
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Camel Creek Subprovince
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Group
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Layer
Graveyard Creek
Subprovince
Hodgkinson Province
Chillagoe Subprovince
Palmer-Barron Subprovince
Mossman Orogen extent
Thomson Orogen
Neoproterozoic-Early Paleozoic
Provinces
Anakie Province
Barnard Province
Charters Towers Province
Fork Lagoons Subprovince
Greenvale Province
Iron Range Province
Mount Windsor
Subprovince
Warburton Basin
Thomson Orogen extent
Proterozoic Provinces
Mesoproterozoic
South Nicholson Basin
Croydon Province
Savannah Province
PaleoproterozoicMesoproterozoic
Etheridge Province
McArthur Basin
Mount Isa Province
North Australian Craton extent
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Group
Group or Layer
Geology
Field Site
Detailed 1:100k
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Detailed Structure
Detailed Geological Boundaries
Layer
Detailed Faults and Shear
Zones
Detailed Folds
Detailed Dykes, Veins or Sills
Detailed Markers, Marker Beds
or Marker Bands
Detailed Lineaments
Detailed Joints and Fractures
Detailed Trends and Dips
Detailed Volcanic features
Detailed Other Natural features
Detailed Other features
Detailed Surface geology extent
Detailed Surface geology
Detailed Solid geology extent
Detailed Solid geology
Regional 1:500k, 1:1M
Regional geology extent
Regional Bowen Basin extent
Regional Burdekin River extent
Regional Cape York Peninsula
extent
Regional Carpentaria-Karumba
Basins extent
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Group
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Layer
Regional Central Eromanga
Basin extent
Regional Georgina Basin extent
Regional Hodgkinson-Laura
Basins extent
Regional Moreton Region extent
Regional Mount Isa Inlier extent
Regional Northern Eromanga
Basin extent
Regional Northwestern
Eromanga Basin extent
Regional Surat Basin extent
Regional Torres Strait extent
Regional Townsville Hinterland
extent
Regional Bowen Basin Structure
Regional Bowen Basin Solid
Geology
Regional Burdekin River
Structure
Regional Burdekin River Surface
Geology
Regional Cape York Peninsula
Structure
Regional Cape York Peninsula
Surface Geology
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Group
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Layer
Regional Carpentaria-Karumba
Basins Structure
Regional Carpentaria-Karumba
Basins Surface Geology
Regional Central Eromanga
Basin Structure
Regional Central Eromanga
Basin Surface Geology
Regional Georgina Basin
Structure
Regional Georgina Basin
Surface Geology
Regional Hodgkinson-Laura
Basins Structure
Regional Hodgkinson-Laura
Basins Surface Geology
Regional Moreton Region
Structure
Regional Moreton Region
Surface Geology
Regional Mount Isa Inlier
Structure
Regional Mount Isa Inlier
Surface Geology
Regional Nthn Eromanga Basin
Structure
Regional Nthn Eromanga Basin
Surface Geology
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Group
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Layer
Regional NW Eromanga Basin
Structure
Regional NW Eromanga Basin
Surface Geology
Regional Surat Basin Structure
Regional Surat Basin Surface
Geology
Regional Torres Strait Structure
Regional Torres Strait Surface
Geology
Regional Townsville Hinterland
Structure
Regional Townsville Hinterland
Surface Geology
State 1.2M
State Structure
State Geological Boundaries
State Faults
State Folds
State Natural and Cartographic
features
State Surface Geology
Geophysics
Airborne Geophysical Survey
Airborne Exploration Survey
(Available)
Airborne Exploration Survey
(Unavailable)
Airborne Open Range Survey
Airborne Multi-client Survey
Airborne State Survey
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Group
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Layer
Airborne Federal Survey
Gravity Survey
Gravity Base Station
Gravity Data Station
Regional Gravity Survey
Hyperspectral Survey
Magnetotelluric Survey
Seismic Survey
Seismic Survey 2D
Seismic Survey 3D
Seismic Survey Deep
Seismic Survey C Horizon
Qld Gravity Image
Qld Magnetic Image
Qld Radiometric Image
Renewable Resources
Wind
Observed Wind Roses
Modeled Wind Roses (70m)
Modelled Wind Roses (10m)
Cyclone Risk
Wind Speed (70m)
Wind Speed (10m)
Airfields
Solar
Diffuse Horizontal Radiation
(DIF Avg Annual)
Direct Normal Radiation (DNI
Avg Annual)
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Group
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Group or Layer
Layer
Global Normal Radiation (GNI
Avg Annual)
Global Latitude Tilted Radiation
(GTI Avg Annual)
Global Horizontal Radiation
(GHI Avg Annual)
Solar Ground Stations
Slope in Degrees
Aerosol Average Optical
Thickness 2010
Infrastructure
Power Stations
ENERGEX Network
ENERGEX Substations
ERGON Network
ERGON Substations
Transmission Network 10km
Corridor
Transmission Network 30km
Corridor
Gas and Water Pipelines
SPOT 2012 Satellite
Imagery
Topography 5K
Topography
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