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The Mineral Tenements ML : Mineral Tenement feature delivers current tenements (ie, granted or under application) to the Portal.

Schema Info:

Mineral Tenement Versionschema LinkDocumentation
v1.0Mineral Tenement Version v1.0Documentation


The Geoscience Portal tools will operate on the following attributes:

    • name
    • tenementType
    • status
    • applicationDate
    • grantDate

so every effort should be made to populate at least those attributes where data exists.

Example Mineral Tenement:


<mt:MineralTenement xmlns:mt="http://xmlns.geoscience.gov.au/mineraltenementml/1.0" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:gml="http://www.opengis.net/gml" xsi:schemaLocation="http://xmlns.geoscience.gov.au/mineraltenementml/1.0
http://schemas.geoscience.gov.au/MineralTenementML/1.0/mineraltenementml.xsd">
    <mt:identifier>http://data.geoscience.gov.au/resource/feature/ga/mineraltenement/123abc58567</mt:identifier>
    <!-- Mandatory. A globally unique identifier for the tenement. Ideally, the identifier will be a URL that will resolve to this XML feature in the WFS. -->
    <mt:name>EL63/2015</mt:name>
    <!-- GGIC mandatory. The name of the tenement. -->
    <mt:tenementType>exploration licence</mt:tenementType>
    <!-- GGIC mandatory. Free text string. The local term used to classify the type of tenement, chosen from the approved GGIC Tenement Type vocabulary. All local State/Territory terms are in the approved vocabulary - http://resource.geoscience.gov.au/vocabulary/2015/tenement-type.rdf -->
    <mt:commodity>Gold and other precious metals</mt:commodity>
    <!-- GGIC mandatory. A free text string to deliver commodity information about the tenement. -->
    <mt:owner>Geo Exploration Pty Ltd</mt:owner>
    <!-- GGIC mandatory. A free text string to deliver the owner (grantee) of the tenement. -->
    <mt:status>pending</mt:status>
    <!-- GGIC mandatory. Free text string. The local term used to classify the status of the tenement, chosen from the approved GGIC Tenement Status vocabulary. All local State/Territory terms are in the approved vocabulary - http://resource.geoscience.gov.au/vocabulary/2015/tenement-status.rdf -->
    <mt:area>27.5 sq kms</mt:area>
    <!-- GGIC optional. A free text string to deliver the size of the tenement. Needs to include the unit of measure in the text string (eg, sq kms, blocks, hectares). This attribute is not in a numeric format, and has no standard unit of measure, so is not useable as a search filter. But most, or all, jurisdictions should still be able to deliver this information. -->
    <mt:applicationDate>2014-11-19</mt:applicationDate>
    <!-- GGIC mandatory if data exists. Use ISO standard date format. -->
    <mt:grantDate>2015-01-08</mt:grantDate>
    <!-- GGIC mandatory if data exists. Use ISO standard date format. -->
    <mt:expireDate>2017-01-07</mt:expireDate>
    <!-- GGIC mandatory if data exists. Use ISO standard date format. -->
    <mt:fileID>24281z23</mt:fileID>
    <!-- GGIC optional. A local file ID related to the tenement. -->
    <mt:genericSymbolizer/>
    <!-- GGIC optional. This can be used to deliver a code or similar with which the feature can be symbolised. Not used for Geoscience Portal purposes. Feel free to omit this attribute altogether. -->
    <mt:tenementType_uri>http://resource.geoscience.gov.au/classifier/ggic/tenement-type/exploration-licence</mt:tenementType_uri>
    <!-- GGIC mandatory. MUST use URI value from the GGIC Tenement Type vocabulary, using the format shown. This value will be used for symbolisation and filtering in the Geoscience Portal. The vocabulary is hierarchical so that all local jurisdiction terms are covered by parent values of type = "exploration" or "production. -->
    <mt:status_uri>http://resource.geoscience.gov.au/classifier/ggic/tenement-status/pending</mt:status_uri>
    <!-- GGIC mandatory. MUST use URI value from the GGIC Tenement Status vocabulary, using the format shown. This value will be used for symbolisation and filtering in the Geoscience Portal. The vocabulary is hierarchical so that all local jurisdiction terms are covered by parent values of status = "granted" or "application". -->
    <mt:jurisdiction_uri>http://www.myagency.gov.au/</mt:jurisdiction_uri>
    <!-- GGIC mandatory. URL to jurisdiction website. -->
    <mt:shape>
        <!-- GGIC mandatory -->
        <gml:Polygon srsDimension="2" srsName="http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4283">
            <!-- Use the standard OGC URL encoding pattern for EPSG codes. EPSG URN codes are still valid, but we are moving away from using URN's as a general practice. -->
            <gml:exterior>
                <gml:LinearRing srsDimension="2">
                    <gml:posList>145.278660993645 -41.85236731493909 145.277937680526 -41.87937538087959 145.306965906809 -41.87937754399609 145.336680620719 -41.87941383898959 145.278660993645 -41.85236731493909</gml:posList>
                </gml:LinearRing>
            </gml:exterior>
        </gml:Polygon>
    </mt:shape>
</mt:MineralTenement>





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