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1. A Chart of the Indian Ocean, 1803 (Raster Image)

1803. Stanford Geospatial Center, Delarochette, L. (Louis), 1731-1802, and Hatchett, J. (John) . This layer is a georeferenced raster image of the historic paper map titled, "A chart of the Indian Ocean." The original map was originally created... Stanford Digital Repository.

2. A chart of the Indian Ocean: improved from the chart of M. D'Apres De Mannevillette; with the addition of a part of the Pacifi

1803. L Delarochette and William Faden.; J Hatchett. Scale approximately 1:15 500 000. "Approved by the chart committee of the Admiralty." Inset: Anemo-hydrography of the monsoons according to Viconte...

3. A complete map of the southern continent : survey'd by Capt. Abel Tasman & depicted by order of the East India Company in Halland [sic] in the Stadt House at Amsterdam

Bowen, Emanuel, d. 1767. Shows Australasia and New Guinea. In upper right corner: Vol. 1, page 325. An English version of the first state of the map in Melchisédec Théven... [London : T. Woodward, 1744].

4. Australia 1:100 000 geological series

Australia. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics, Dept. of National Development and Energy,.

5. Australia 1:250 000 total magnetic intensity and radioactivity /

Australia. Geophysical Branch. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology & Geophysics,.

6. Australia 1:253,440 4 mile geological series.

Australia. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics. Bureau of Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics,.

7. Australia, 1999 (with relief)

1999. Central Intelligence Agency. This is a map of Australia with relief. The map was created by the Central Intelligence Agency. Central Intelligence Agency.

8. Australia (4-Digit Postal Code Areas, 2008)

GfK GeoMarketing GmbH. GfK GeoMarketing GmbH.

9. Australia Administrative Boundaries Level 1, 2006

2006. ESRI. Australia Administrative Boundaries Level 1 is a polygon theme representing the boundaries for the first-level administrative units of Australia. ESRI.

10. Australia Airports, 2000

2000. Australian Surveying and Land Information Group (AUSLIG) and Geographical Survey Institute. Australia Airports is a point theme representing Airports and Airfields in Australia. This layer is a component of the Global Map, a 1:1,000,000... Australian Surveying and Land Information Group (AUSLIG).