Metadata : Northern Territory Mines
Name: AS/NZS ISO 19115 Geographic Information - Metadata, ANZLIC Metadata Profile
Date Metadata Extracted: 2020-08-04
Date Metadata Last Updated: 2020-03-13
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ANZLIC Identifier: FA9808BABD9D2375E040CD9B21442B6C
Title: Northern Territory Mines
Citation Date: 1987-12-31
Date Type: creation
Custodian: Department of Primary Industry and Resources
Northern Territory Mines is a subset of the Mineral Occurrences Database (MODAT). MODAT provides information on metalliferous and non- metalliferous mineral occurrences and deposits within the Northern Territory. The data is captured by geologists from company reports and/or field work, and is stored in a Microsoft Access2010 database. Information includes deposit name, location, size, shape, origin, geological setting, host lithology, metamorphism, structure, mineralisation, wall rock alteration, past production and references
- North Bounding Coordinate: -11
- South Bounding Coordinate: -26
- East Bounding Coordinate: 138
- West Bounding Coordinate: 129
Character Set: Latin 1
Maintenance and Update Frequency: continual
Data Currency Start Date: 1987-12-31
Data Currency End Date:
Access Constraint: Copyright Northern Territory of Australia (Northern Territory Geological Survey) 2020
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Lineage: Mineral occurrences/deposit/mines captured on hardcopy. Transferred to Titan database in 1987. Transferred to Sybase database in 1992. Transferred to Access97 database in 1998 and Acces2002 in 2005. Transferred to Access2010 in 2013. Data captured from open file company exploration reports, geological publications, company Annual & Quarterly Reports and field observations and measurements by NTGS geologists.
Positional Accuracy: Approximately 100 - 300 metres. All new sites are located using hand-held GPS units or locations given in the relevant Company Reports. Decimal latitudes and longitudes & MGAs (GDA94 and AGD66 data) available for each site. Most sites have been plotted and checked for positional accuracy.
Attribute Accuracy: All mineral occurrences attributed by Metallogenic Geologists with experience in the Northern Territory. Some attributes (e.g. Model) are interpretative rather that descriptive.
Logical Consistency: Data type and relationships consistent with similar databases in other state agencies. Data normalised with some minor exceptions.
Completeness: Dynamic database. Continuous updating & creation of new records. The general situation is that the larger or more important the occurrence, the better the descriptive information.
Name Organisation Position Role Phone Fax Manager Geoscience Business Systems Department of Primary Industry and Resources Manager Geoscience Business Systems custodian (08) 8999 5211 (08) 8999 6824 email@example.com
No data dictionary defined for this dataset
Search Words: ORE MINERALS, PRODUCTION, RESOURCES, PROSPECT, MINE, OCCURRENCE
Last updated 21 Feb 2014.
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