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1:2 500 000 State interpreted bedrock geology structural lines (DMIRS-013)

The 1:2 500 000 State interpreted bedrock geology structural lines (DMIRS-013) is one of four digital data layers that make up the 1:2 500 000 geological map of Western Australia. The other three are the primary 1:2 500 000 State interpreted bedrock geology, the 1:2 500 000 State Cenozoic geology, and the 1:2 500 000 State interpreted dyke suites. The attribution of linear structures and dykes as concealed or exposed takes into account both the interpreted bedrock and the Cenozoic geology layers and does not reflect regolith cover. Detailed fault attribution has been simplified from the 1:500 000 scale, except in the case of major fault systems or tectonic boundaries. The data are held in GDA decimal degrees.

Contact: Stephen Bandy Manager Geoscience Information Services Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety stephen.bandy@dmirs.wa.gov.au T: (08) 9222 3201 © State of Western Australia 2018 Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS). Terms and Conditions Licensed under a Creative Commons Licence - Creative Commons Attribution Non Commerical 3.0 Australia License.

This dataset was formally known as 1:2 500 000 State interpreted bedrock geology structural lines (DMP-010)

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Data Portal https://dasc.dmp.wa.gov.au/DASC
Data Homepage https://services.slip.wa.gov.au/public/rest/services/SLIP_Public_Services/Geology_and_Soils_Map/MapServer/2
Author Stephen Bandy
Maintainer Stephen Bandy
Theme Natural Resources
Geospatial Theme Geology and Soils
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Data last updated on 2018-01-19
Update Frequency infrequently
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Geospatial Source Projection GDA94
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