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The digital 3-dimenional (3D) mineral mapping suite of Queensland comprises ~20 “standardized” products at the spectral resolution of the ASTER (Advanced Space-borne Thermal Emission and Reflection Ra... morediometer) sensor and generated from publicly-available satellite, airborne, field and drill core spectral data spanning the visible near infrared (VNIR; 0.4 to 1.0 µm), shortwave infrared (SWIR; 1.0 to 2.5 µm) and thermal infrared (TIR; 7.5 to 12.0 µm) wavelength regions, including:
1. Satellite ASTER maps at both 30 m and 90 m pixel resolution with complete coverage of the state of Queensland, i.e. 1.853 million km²;
2. Airborne HyMap maps at ~5 m pixel resolution with a coverage of ~25,000 km2 from areas across north Queensland;
3. Field point samples (~300) from the National Geochemical Survey of Australia (NGSA) collected from a depth of 0-10 cm of flood overbank sediments;
4. Drill-core profiles (~20) of the National Virtual Core Library (NVCL) selected from the area around the Georgetown seismic line (07GA-IG2).
Key to the processing of the remote sensing data-sets (ASTER and HyMap) was the implementation of unmixing methods to remove the effects dry and green vegetation. This unmixing was not applied to the Australian ASTER geoscience maps released in 2012 (called here Version 1 or V1) resulting in extensive areas with little/no mineral information because of the need to apply masks. The vegetation unmixing methods used in the Version 2 (V2) processing of the ASTER and HyMap imagery has resulted in very few areas without coherent mineral information.
The resultant V2 “mineral group” products were designed to measure mineral information potentially useful for mapping: (i) primary rock composition; (ii) superimposed alteration effects; and (iii) regolith cover. These V2 products may assist in mapping soil properties and groundwater conditions. However their relatively low spectral resolution (based on ASTER’s 14 VNIR-SWIR-TIR bands) means that they do not provide the high level of mineralogical detail available from hyperspectral systems (>100 spectral bands), like HyMap and the HyLogger. Nevertheless, the relatively low spectral resolution of ASTER means that all other sensor data can be spectrally resampled to that resolution. Furthermore, the ASTER global data archive, which now spans entire Earth’s land surface <80degrees latitude, means that it can be used as global base-map for integrating all other spectral data.
3D Mineral Map of Queensland - Stage 1 - mineral mapping - Published 06 Dec 2019
Visible-near infrared to shortwave infrared (VNIR-SWIR) and midwave infrared to thermal infrared (MIR-TIR) fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) measurements of the National Geochemical Surve... morey of Australia soil samples from Geoscience Australia (GA). Samples were measured at the Australian Resources Research Center in Kensington, WA by CSIRO and GA staff between 2013-2016. A total of 1308 samples were measured using the two spectral methods.less
TCP06 EOI Optical Cal Val - Soil spectral measurements - Published 08 Nov 2019
Lansdown pasture photograph series - nadir-pointing cameras on two separate 2.8m x 2.0m plots.
Series of digital photographs of pasture captured by two digital cameras 2.5 m above the ground in a dow... morenward-pointing position. Camera field of view approximately 2.8m x 2.0m at ground level. Images captured at 30 minute intervals from 2011-09-07 to 2013-08-10.
Cameras were Pentax Optio WG-1 digital cameras (13.8 megapixels). Images saved in JPG format.
Node 1081 (fenced): Lon. 146.85058, Lat. -19.66143
Node 1080 (unfenced): Lon. 146.85090, Lat. -19.66113
Distance between nodes approx. 50m.less
CLOSED-Application real-time sensor net - A pilot project combining multispectral proximal sensors and digital cameras for monitoring tropical pastures - Published 19 Jun 2018