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Series ID21124
Previous System Location 
TitleAerial Photographic Prints
Parent Series
This series does not have a parent series.
Start Date Circa 1/1/1944
End Date Circa 1/1/2012
Date Statement N/A
Date Notes N/A
Abstract

Photographs taken to measure, survey, or map Queensland's surface, obtained by cameras mounted on aircraft

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Items Total Items: 5015
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Departmental NumbersN/A
System of Arrangement The prints are organised by date, then location and run. Each print has been assigned a unique numerical identifier.
How To Use Series All items in this series were digitised between 2005 and 2017 by the Department of Natural Resources and Mines and made available publicly on the QImagery website. QImagery geolocates and aligns these digitised historical aerial images with an online map of the state, allowing users to search for and view the images by location. Users can also download and save digital copies of the aerial images from the site.
 

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Access and Restrictions

Access Category0 Years
Access ProcedureClearance procedure not required.
Agency Now Responsible
Agency ID: 11844
Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy (II)
Restriction DetailsN/A
Regulation Details
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Related Series

Series IDTitleRelationship
612Aerial Film NegativesPrints of negatives
21138Aerial Photographic Key MapsFlight path of images taken
21154Aerial Survey PhotographsAerial images (another agency)
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Copyright Status

Copyright State of Queensland
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Remarks

Information Sources

QImagery - https://qimagery.information.qld.gov.au/
Technology Decisions - Queensland launches online aerial image library (24 January 2017) - https://www.technologydecisions.com.au/content/gov-tech-review/news/queensland-launches-online-aerial-image-library-712113488
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Description

This series consists of prints of aerial photographic images of Queensland geographic features, cities and towns, infrastructure and buildings, industry and agriculture, flora and fauna, shipping, technology, people, services and recreation.

The images were taken over an extended period of time, as part of what became known as the State Aerial Photography Program, for the purposes of topographic mapping, infrastructure planning, monitoring of landscapes and disaster management (eg. Floods) and added to the State Aerial Photography Library, managed by the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy (DNRME) and their predecessor agencies.

QSA also holds the aerial photographic negatives from which these prints were made (see related series).

All items in this series were digitised between 2005 and 2017 by the Department of Natural Resources and Mines and made available publicly on the QImagery website. QImagery geolocates and aligns these digitised historical aerial images with an online map of the state, allowing users to search for and view the images by location. Users can also download and save digital copies of the aerial images from the site.
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Preferred Citation

Queensland State Archives Series ID 21124, Aerial Photographic Prints
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Last updated 9 September 2016
Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia (CC BY 3.0) ( http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/au/ )
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