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Expand the folders above to browse over 100 available layers.

When a layer is switched on (or selected) it becomes the 'active' layer. Options for interacting with that layer will be displayed here including viewing metadata, adjusting transparency and turning querying on or off.

To query an active layer, simply click on the area of interest on the map.

Browse the Soil & Landscape Grid of Australia

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Measure distance between points or area of a polygon

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Use the drawing tools below to add a site point or shape or line to the map.

  1. Choose a drawing tool (point, line, polygon)
  2. Start Drawing your object on the map
    1. Left-click once to add a point
    2. Left-click and drag to draw a circle
    3. Left click to start a line or polygon and then Double-click to finish
  3. The relevant template will appear to add further site information. Simply fill out the fields as directed supplying as much information as possible.

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Add point

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Add a layer from the Soil and Landscape Grid of Australia


    Query and reporting options for the Soil and Landscape Grid of Australia

    (Inactive)