2005, English, Map, Aerial photograph, Map series, Photograph
[Queensland fire atlases] [electronic resource] / Queensland Government, Department of Emergency Services ; produced by the GIS Unit, QFRS, with the assistance of Geoscience Australia and Department of Resources and Mines.
Queensland. Department of Emergency Services.
Series of atlases on CD-ROM containing PDF or GeoPDF files of topographic and orthophoto maps of Queensland and the Queensland/New South Wales border. Used by Queensland Emergency Services, QFRS [Queensland Fire and Rescue Service] to enhance fire service and emergency management during the fire season and beyond, and provide operational and administrative support to staff and volunteers. Also shows roads, RFS (Rural Fire Service) repeaters, QFRS repeaters, fire stations, ambulance stations, road and foot bridges, airstrips, transmission lines, gas pipelines, rural fire brigade boundaries, urban levy areas, Shire boundaries, recreation areas, state forest/ timber forest reserves, national parks and built up areas. Relief shown by contours and hachures on some topographic maps. Relief shown by shading on some orthophoto maps.
Title devised by cataloguing agency.
Later issues produced by the GIS [Geographical Information Systems]Unit, QFRS, with the assistance of Geoscience Australia and Department of Natural Resources and Water.
Logos on cover: Queensland. Fire and Rescue Service; Rural Fire Service; Queensland Government, Department of Emergency Services.
Each topographic map has statement "Underlying topographic data captured in ... " with a date ranging between 2005 and 2008.
Each orthophoto map has statement "Imagery captured ... " with a date ranging between 2002 and 2008.
Some orthophoto maps also have statement "SPOT (Pan-Sharpened) imagery captured ... " or "Aerial photos captured ..." with a date ranging between 2004 and 2007.
Each "CD contains the atlas cover, index, and legend pages as well as all of the topographic pages ... and imagery pages". Also includes PDF file titled: Map reading guide : how to use topographic maps.
Also available in print version and on USB flash drive.
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