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Review Essay: A Shared Journey into Visual Sensual Aboriginality

Greg Dening
2009 Humanities Research  
The inside front cover map of 'Aboriginal Australia' is paired with an inside back cover of 'Australia. General Reference Map.' The imprinted names are far more familiar, of course.  ...  The humbling begins with the map of 'Aboriginal Australia' on the inside front cover.  ... 
doi:10.22459/hr.x.02.2003.07 fatcat:44pnyrkoxrclzi2usbcdvny6ay

Layered Horizons: a Geospatial Humanities Research Platform

Andrew Burrell, Rachel Hendery
2019 25th ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology on - VRST '19  
Taking into account what we also know about Pacific navigation and simulated canoe travel, we can therefore build a complex layered map of the region over time that allows us to better discover probable  ...  In this demo we showcase Layered Horizons, a Virtual Reality (VR) experience we have developed for use in an ARC-funded research project, Waves of Words: Mapping and Modelling Australia's Pacific Past.  ...  In the Layered Horizons VR project we bring together these data sets by spatialising them in a relatively abstract three-dimensional map, or datascape, of the Asia-Pacific, and allowing the user to move  ... 
doi:10.1145/3359996.3365052 dblp:conf/vrst/BurrellH19 fatcat:bqll7fp5ffesdo7povksgcgh4m

SkyTEM helicopter transient electromagnetic surveys of tailings dams

James Reid, Niels Christensen, Kate Godber
2012 ASEG Extended Abstracts  
the environs of a number of tailings dams in Australia.  ...  Care should be taken to avoid misinterpreting cultural anomalies (or 2D and 3D artifacts due to such anomalies in layered-earth inversion models) in terms of subsurface geology.  ... 
doi:10.1071/aseg2012ab276 fatcat:ko23sattqveoxfpu2mq6jmokku

Australian Aborigines

Baldwin Spencer
1915 Geographical Journal  
The complex character of " Australian " culture is now recognized, and the endeavour is being made to discover what elements belong to each culture-layer, what are the relative ages of the cultures, and  ...  The complex character of " Australian " culture is now recognized, and the endeavour is being made to discover what elements belong to each culture-layer, what are the relative ages of the cultures, and  ... 
doi:10.2307/1779966 fatcat:5k7j3gcngjdnjmvf2cbwktkype

The Use of Cultural Maps in Developing Intercultural Sensitivity: From Culture-Centrism to Culture-Relativism

Kleschina A.
2020 KnE Social Sciences  
The paper describes an experience of teaching intercultural communications to undergraduate students using a cultural mapping method.  ...  Students were asked to draw cultural-specific maps that reflected their own idea of the world and then to compare them with similar maps drawn by people from different countries.  ...  Furthermore, we can always identify two more structural layers of the map -the inside layer where we place the countries/cities/regions that have historical and important ties with our native country,  ... 
doi:10.18502/kss.v4i5.6536 fatcat:fdkbx6gsgfel5jm26h3fomjjoe

A Geography of Australasia

Griffith Taylor
1915 Geographical Journal  
JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive.  ...  We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new forms of scholarship. For more information about JSTOR, please contact support@jstor.org.  ...  similar to the culture of Australia as a whole.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1779967 fatcat:lg3vffyu7zckpca5kdmgiuol64

Countermapping: New South Wales and Southeast Asia

Denis Byrne
2008 Transforming Cultures eJournal  
In the course of the last fifteen years there has been a heightened awareness of the power of maps (e.g., Harley 2001 , Monmonier 1991 , Wood 1992.  ...  Recent critical cartography has addressed itself to the question of how reality is distorted by the twodimension nature of maps.  ...  The danger is that the cultural dimension of the landscape may be eclipsed by GIS data layers that document natural values.  ... 
doi:10.5130/tfc.v3i1.687 fatcat:kym6adsvobebvjxdwbftaqfmda

Through Central Africa from East to West

Cherry Kearton, James Barnes
1915 Geographical Journal  
The complex character of " Australian " culture is now recognized, and the endeavour is being made to discover what elements belong to each culture-layer, what are the relative ages of the cultures, and  ...  The complex character of " Australian " culture is now recognized, and the endeavour is being made to discover what elements belong to each culture-layer, what are the relative ages of the cultures, and  ... 
doi:10.2307/1779965 fatcat:wb6d3fnapbh6jbeqepoeb6d66m

BURN SEVERITY MAPPING IN AUSTRALIA 2009

R. McKinley, J. Clark, J. Lecker
2012 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
Specifically, Australia Geosciences assisted the effort by providing near real time access to Landsat 5 and 7 acquisitions for the burned area.  ...  It is also a standardized method of comparing vegetation greenness between satellite images over time.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprsarchives-xxxix-b8-51-2012 fatcat:jxmql6fennh6rkqvaasifkyqza

Mapping the "Unseen" Landscape

Scott Heyes, David New, Setoki Tuiteci
2015 Projets de paysage  
For correspondence: Centre for Creative and Cultural Research, University of Canberra, Australia 2601.  ...  Contained within a box, each layer has a temporal dimension, and was designed to be opened and closed by the user as they move through the Boandik landscape over time.  ...  ABSTRACTS The Aboriginal people of the South East region of South Australia, together with local and state government and universities, have recently embarked on a series of cultural revival projects to  ... 
doi:10.4000/paysage.10622 fatcat:hkjlphakbfhh3f3fsv2yo7g6ry

Towards a predictive model for opal exploration using a spatio-temporal data mining approach

A. S. Merdith, T. C. W. Landgrebe, A. Dutkiewicz, R. D. Müller
2013 Australian Journal of Earth Sciences  
By combining these data sets as layers enabling spatio-temporal data mining using the GPlates PaleoGIS software, we produce the first opal prospectivity map for the Great Artesian Basin.  ...  data and depositional environments through time.  ...  The base layer of the prospectivity map is a 1:1 000 000 digital geological map of Eastern Australia (Figure 3a) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/08120099.2012.754793 fatcat:nw3ghcpnjrh7ldhxtuvslczs64

Page 58 of The Geographical Journal Vol. 46, Issue 1 [page]

1915 The Geographical Journal  
The complex character of “ Australian ” culture is now recognized, and the endeavour is being made to discover what elements belong to each culture-layer, what are the relative ages of the cultures, and  ...  distinctive elements in the culture of the Melville islanders, for example, it is fundamentally similar to the culture of Australia as a whole.  ... 

Blind Seed Disease of Ryegrass

MALCOLM WILSON, M. NOBLE, E. G. GRAY
1940 Nature  
The whaling season off the coast of north-west Australia is very definitely limited by the restrict.ion in the time of occurrence of the breeding humpbacks.  ...  In this article it is stated that a · north and south migration of Humpback whales "along the western coast of Australia has been conjectured for some time past".  ... 
doi:10.1038/145783a0 fatcat:geotcrxrxjcm3gc6i56k7bs7a4

Dissecting and Interpreting a Three-Dimensional Ground-Penetrating Radar Dataset: An Example from Northern Australia

Lawrence Conyers, Mary-Jean Sutton, Emma St. Pierre
2019 Sensors  
In northern Australia, two constructed mounds contain a number of cultural and geological horizons and features, which can be imaged with GPR.  ...  On the pre-mound surface, amplitude maps of reflective layers that were built-up on the ground surface indicate that they were constructed in an intentional manner.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s19051239 fatcat:egh53kwzr5dbdk7glyau6i2l7e

The social construction of caves and rockshelters: Chauvet Cave (France) and Nawarla Gabarnmang (Australia)

Jean-Jacques Delannoy, Bruno David, Jean-Michel Geneste, Margaret Katherine, Bryce Barker, Ray L. Whear, Robert G. Gunn
2013 Antiquity  
In this paper the concept of 'aménagement', the re-shaping of a material space or of elements within it, is applied to Chauvet Cave in France and Nawarla Gabarnmang rockshelter in Australia.  ...  Caves and rockshelters are a key component of the archaeological record but are often regarded as natural places conveniently exploited by human communities.  ...  and Linkage Grant LP110200927, and the EDYTEM laboratories of the Université de Savoie (France) for continued support and funding.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0003598x00048596 fatcat:osc37c5omvenxdebqlz4koljsy
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