Presentations

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How to access and use Coral Reef data for your research - Friday May 10, Moreton Island

This workshop is to assist the scientific community to discover, access, download, use and understand the potential of the data being collected by a number of agencies on and around Coral Reefs. This includes IMOS and AIMS long term monitoring environmental and ecological data sets.

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This presentation provides an introduction to the concepts needed by content editors of eAtlas.  

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This technical presentation provides an introduction to the aim of the eAtlas as well as a comphensive overview of the design and architecture of the eAtlas systems.
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This presentation provides a technical overview of the e-Atlas. It outlines a brief introduction to the e-Atlas, a demonstration of the mapping system and an outline of each of the software systems that make up the architecture of the e-Atlas.
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This presentation provides a general overview of the e-Atlas, its background, role, what you will find in the e-Atlas and the value of bring spatial data together in one platform. This was presented to the Department of the Environment in April 2014.