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This coverage includes arcs, polygons and polygon labels that describe U.S. Geological Survey defined geologic provinces of the Australia and New Zealand area (Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, Tonga and Vanuatu; and parts of Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands). Each province has a set of geologic characteristics distinguishing it from surrounding provinces. These characteristics may include the dominant lithologies, the age of the strata, and the structural style. Some provinces include multiple genetically-related basins. Offshore province boundaries are defined by the 2000 meter bathymetric contour.
This is a catalog of precise relocations of earthquakes surrounding the 2022 Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha-apai Volcanic Eruption. These were generated using using surface-wave double-difference measurements, and relative magnitudes were computed between events. For details of the methodology used to produce this catalog, and the interpretation of these data, see the Seismological Research Letter publication "High-Precision Characterization of Seismicity from the 2022 Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha-apai Volcanic Eruption". Locations use the WGS 1984 Datum. One comma-separated table is provided in this data release, relocations.csv, which is a summary of the relocation magnitude analysis. It includes 18 columns: Column 1 (time):...
This coverage includes arcs, polygons, and polygon labels that describe the generalized geologic age and rock type of surface outcrops of bedrock of the Australia and New Zealand area (Australia, Fiji, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Tonga and Vanuatu; and portions of Indonesia, Papua New New Guinea and Solomon Islands). It also includes shorelines and inland water bodies.
Yale stocks and flows database (YSTAFDB) describing anthropogenic materials cycles, recycling, and criticality for 102 materials on spatial scales ranging from suburbs to global and timescales from the early 1800s to circa 2013
This data release presents the Yale stocks and flows database (YSTAFDB). Its data describe the use of 102 materials from the early 1800s to circa 2013 through anthropogenic cycles, their recycling and criticality properties, and on spatial scales ranging from suburbs to global. This data collection was previously scattered across multiple non-uniformly formatted files such as journal papers, reports, and unpublished spreadsheets. These data have been synthesized into YSTAFDB, which is presented as individual comma-separated text files and also in MySQL and PostgreSQL database formats. Consolidation of these data into a single database can increase their accessibility and reusability, which is relevant to diverse...