Australia’s Geoheritage: History of Study, A New Inventory of Geosites and Applications to Geotourism and Geoparks View Full Text


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DATE

2010-07

AUTHORS

Edmund Bernard Joyce

ABSTRACT

Databases of geosites for the continent of Australia provide an inventory covering key sites and terrains on the Australian mainland, Tasmania and Australian territories and islands. The inventory is based on an early listing by Cochrane and Joyce (1986), a short list prepared for the Global Indicative List of Geological Sites (GILGES) and UNESCO by Joyce (1991), a revised GILGES list published in Cowie (1991), discussions in Joyce (1994a, b and 1995b), the Australian Heritage Commission’s Register of the National Estate and, most recently, an independent review of earlier work for the Australian Heritage Commission by Yeates (2001a, b). The Geological Society of Australia has had a major involvement for over 50 years in developing this inventory, and many geological sites are listed on the Register of the National Estate. Other groups that have been involved are the Australia Government’s geological survey, state government geological surveys and departments of environment and conservation, including forestry groups in Tasmania and also the Australian Government’s World Heritage section. Locating and listing these databases, developing them further and making them available via the Internet will assist in the future development of geotourism and geoparks in Australia. More... »

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39-56

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Geoheritage

ISSUE

1-2

VOLUME

2

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