Generate reports and use additional systems


Saved maps can be taken offline with limited functionality, for situations where an internet connection is unavailable.

Generate an advanced intersect report


The advanced intersect report can be used to find features which intersect with each other. The user selects a source feature from the results table to run the report on. The csv that is exported lists the percentage that other layers in the map overlap the source feature. Example use cases include finding constraints or native title determinations which overlap a tenure or area of interest.

To do this, Click Layers → Add layers

add layers

Turn on some layers of interest such as Exploration Permits and Native Title layers.

add layers

Zoom into an area of interest and use the rectangle identify tool to select some features.

draw rectangle

The results table will open.

draw rectangle

Use the check boxes to select one or more features from the results table as the source features for the intersect operation. (Only select within one tab).

Click on the advanced intersect report button located on the toolbar at bottom of the screen.

draw rectangle

Set a buffer value. The default buffer distance is -1, keep this value if you want to exclude abutting features. Set to 0 if you want to include abutting features in the report.

Then click run report.

draw rectangle

The results table will update with results from the intersect.

A csv report will download automatically to your computer.

draw rectangle

Search for Resource Authorities (LAMP) in an area


You are able to access Resources Authorities (LAMP) from the following layers:

  • Exploration permits
  • Production permits
  • Infrastructure permits
  • Information permits
  • Cadastre
  • Local authorities

Using the Layers tab on the left hand side menu bar, click on Add layers.

lamp layers button

lamp layers add

Add one or many layers from the above list and/or any of their related layers.

lamp layers ep

lamp layers exp

lamp layers epc granted

lamp epc map

Once a relevant layer is turned on you can then discover further information about the layer by clicking the back arrow next to “All layers”.

lamp layers epc back

Click on the right facing arrow for the required layer.

lamp layers epc granted 2

Click on the ‘Search for resource authorities (LAMP)’ link.

lamp layer action

The Public searches for resource authorities page opens in a new browser window or tab. Follow the instructions listed to perform a search for your chosen resource authority.

lamp public rar research

Create a Moratorium Area report


A Moratorium Area report lists all sub-block within a moratorium area for a particular date.

To access these reports, ensure the following layers are added to your map:

  • Moratorium area mineral
  • Moratorium area special

These can be added by clicking Layers → Add Layers → Permit Administration Areas, checking the Moratorium group and then clicking the left arrow at the top left of the panel.

For further instruction on adding data refer to the following resources:

Add layers moratorium

In your layers list, click the right arrow next to your required Moratorium layer (ie mineral or special).

moratorium area mineral

Select the Moratorium Area Report link.

Moratorium area report link

The Moratorium Area Report window appears. Then click Generate Report.

moratorium area report window

Select an Effective Date from the list, and if needed, check the box to generate a sub-block list in csv format.

moratorium area report window

Then click Generate Report.

moratorium area report window

A PDF is then generated with the relevant block and sub-block information and a csv file as well, if you chose that option.

Access a SmartMap for a property


You may wish to access SmartMap to obtain current information on property boundaries, valuations and sales data, and survey information.

To do this, first ensure the layer Cadastre (DCDB) parcels has been added to your map.

Then click on the Layers button to open the Layers panel, and click Add layers.

add layers

The All layers panel appears. Narrow the layer list by typing in DCDB into the Filter layers box and hitting enter. Click the box next to Cadastre (DCDB) parcels, and then click the back arrow to return to the Layers panel

filter dcdb layers panel DCDB

Once the DCDB layer has been added, you need to view the attributes of the property you are interested in. One method is described below.

First, zoom to your property of interest.

If you know the location, you can do this using the map navigation tools.

If you have the Lot and Plan of the property, select Search → Lot on Plan.

search lot plan

Enter the Lot and Plan number and click on the result, to zoom to it on the map.

search lot plan

Once you have your chosen property on the map, select the Identify point tool from the Toolbar, and click on the property.

identify point

The Results table will display. Click on the Cadastre (DCDB) parcels tab to view the results.

result table

Locate the Smart Map field in the table and click on the link

results sm link

Create a survey control mark report


A survey control report provides coordinates, height, accuracy notes sketch plan and other administrative information for permanent survey marks.

To create a survey control mark report, ensure the Survey Control Mark group layer is added to your map and turned on.

To do this, Click Layers → Add layers

add layers

Filter by Survey control marks

survey control filter

Check the Survey control marks box, and click the back arrow to return to the Layers panel.

survey control layer

You will need to then view your chosen survey mark’s attributes either in the Results window or the side panel.

There are many ways to obtain the attributes including running an:

  • Identify
  • Attribute query or
  • Spatial query

For instruction on these methods, refer to these resources:

For this example we’ll use the Identify tools and the Results window.

If needed, zoom to your area of interest on the map.

Then select the Identify point tool from the toolbar and click the Select first item checkbox

identify point 2

Click on a survey control mark on the map.

survey control marks

The Results table will display. Click on the relevant tab then click on the Report link

Results table tab Results table link

The link to the survey control report will open in a new web page

results control mark report

Generate a PDF short report of a feature’s attributes


A short report of a feature’s attributes can be generated from the Results table.

If needed, run a query or identify action to populate the table, as described in the below documentation and tutorials:

generate short report

Wait...

Wait generate PDF

Your PDF will be downloaded for viewing (example given for Chrome browser)

downloaded pdf report

Review your PDF. If multiple features were selected, each one will appear on a new page.

How to access MyMinesOnline


You are able to access MyMinesOnline from the following layers within the application:

  • Exploration permits
  • Production permits
  • Infrastructure permits
  • Information permits
  • Historic exploration permits
  • Historic production permits
  • Historic infrastructure permits

Using the Layers tab on the left hand side menu bar, click on Add layers.

layers button

layers add

Add one or many layers from the list above and/or any of their related layers.

mmol layers EP

mmol layers EP expanded

mmol layers EP granted

mmol epc map

Once a relevant layer is turned on you can then discover further information about the layer by clicking the back arrow next to All layers.

survey

Click on the right facing arrow for the required layer

mmol right arrow

Click on the Open MyMinesOnline link to open the MyMinesOnline login page in a new tab in your browser.

mmol layer action

mmol layer login page

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