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Layer: Queensland State Boundary Polygons

Esri
Creation Date
2015-11-09
Creation Time
03:11:46
Modification Date
2014-02-27
Modification Time
11:08:21
Data Id Info
Id Citation
Title
Queensland State Boundary Polygons
Date
Publication date
2002-12-19
Cit Resp Party
Contact—organization name
GeoScience Australia (formerly AUSLIG)
Role
details available on request
Alternate title
SIRQRY.QLD_STATEBDY_100K_A
Additional human language abstract/description
<DIV STYLE="text-align:Left;"><DIV><DIV><P><SPAN>QLD_STATEBDY_100K_A contains a polygon representation of Queenslands coastline, and State and Territory borders.</SPAN></P></DIV></DIV></DIV>
Theme Keys
Thesa Name
Title
ANZLIC
Keyword
LAND
Keyword
MARINE Coasts Mapping
Keyword
BOUNDARIES Administrative Mapping
Theme Keys
Thesa Name
Title
ISO 19115 Topic Category
Keyword
boundaries
Search Keys
Keyword
Queensland
Keyword
LAND
Keyword
MARINE Coasts Mapping
Keyword
BOUNDARIES Administrative Mapping
Keyword
boundaries
Res Const
Leg Consts
Security use limitations
While every care is taken to ensure the accuracy of this information, the Department of Natural Resources and Mines makes no representations or warranties about its accuracy, reliability, completeness or suitability for any particular purpose and disclaims all responsibility and all liability (including without limitation, liability in negligence) for all expenses, losses, damages (including indirect or consequential damage) and costs which might be incured as a result of the information being inaccurate or incomplete in any way and for any reason.
Legal constraints; text
Unrestricted to all levels of government and community. Dataset is available at cost of transfer (unless otherwise agreed) to all government agencies, community groups and individuals. Dataset will be available via web delivery tools, for example, through DNRM's internet sites. All enquiries from persons outside DNRM should be directed to Geoscience Australia.
Res Const
Consts
Security use limitations
<DIV STYLE="text-align:Left;"><DIV><DIV><P><SPAN>Reference to data source to be provided on all products produced using this data.</SPAN></P></DIV></DIV></DIV>
Res Const
Leg Consts
Security use limitations
This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/au/.
Res Const
details available on request
Res Const
Leg Consts
Security use limitations
© The Commonwealth of Australia (Geoscience Australia) 2013
Id Po C
Contact—individual name
Content Authority (Geoscience Australia)
Contact—organization name
GeoScience Australia (formerly AUSLIG)
Contact—position name
Director, Sales and Distribution, CIMA
Rp Cnt Info
Cnt Address
Country
AU
Contact email address
sales♲ga.gov.au
Role
details available on request
Dist Info
Distributor
Distor Cont
Contact—individual name
Senior Spatial Information Officer (Product Delivery)
Contact—organization name
Department of Natural Resources and Mines
Contact—position name
Client Outcomes (Product Delivery)
Rp Cnt Info
Cnt Address
Country
AU
Contact email address
SIProductdelivery♲dnrm.qld.gov.au
Role
details available on request
Dq Info
Report
Data quality report, evaluation method description
For the COAST-100K product, logical consistency is a measure of the degree to which data complies with the technical specifications. The data were tested using a mixture of UNIX scripts and ARC/INFO commands which were independent of the production system. Graphical tests were used to check such things as intersections, polygon closure, minimum size of polygons and topological relationships. A full description of the checks on the data, the test procedure, test sample size and the allowable error are provided in the COAST-100K Data User Guide supplied with the data. The primary data source has been NTMS 1:100 000 scale map production material, with supplied survey coordinates from relevant State authorities. Only features listed in the COAST-100K data dictionary have been captured from the map source material.
Report
Data quality report, measure description
For the COAST-100K product, logical consistency is a measure of the degree to which data complies with the technical specifications. The data were tested using a mixture of UNIX scripts and ARC/INFO commands which were independent of the production system. Graphical tests were used to check such things as intersections, polygon closure, minimum size of polygons and topological relationships. A full description of the checks on the data, the test procedure, test sample size and the allowable error are provided in the COAST-100K Data User Guide supplied with the data. The primary data source has been NTMS 1:100 000 scale map production material, with supplied survey coordinates from relevant State authorities. Only features listed in the COAST-100K data dictionary have been captured from the map source material.
Report
Data quality report, measure description
For the COAST-100K product, completeness was tested by overlaying symbolised plots of the data on the source material and carrying out a visual comparison.
Report
Data quality report, measure description
For the COAST-100K product, attribute accuracy is a measure of the degree to which the attribute values of features agree with the information on the source material. The allowable error in attribute accuracy ranges from 0.5% to 5%, at a 99% confidence level. Where less than 1% of attribute errors are permissible the entire population is tested. Where a less stringent limit is set for allowable errors a random subset of the relevant features in the tile is generally tested. The sample size is determined from statistical tables using the known population size of the relevant feature. A full description of the checks on the data, the test sample size and the allowable error are provided in the COAST-100K Data User Guide supplied with the data.
Report
Data quality report, measure description
For the COAST-100K product, data complies with the following statement of horizontal accuracy: "The summation of errors from all sources results in data with a standard deviation of 50 metres for well defined points". Alternative and equal ways of expressing this error are: Not more than 10% of well-defined points are in error by more than 80 metres; and In the worst case, a well defined point is out of position by 150 metres.
Entity and Attribute Information
details available on request

Last updated: 22 March 2013

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Queensland – spatial metadata, WetlandInfo, Department of Environment and Heritage Protection, Queensland, viewed 29 January 2016, <http://wetlandinfo.ehp.qld.gov.au/wetlands/facts-maps/get-mapping-help/metadata/queensland/>.

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