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Significant National Mapping Related Material
Conference of the Director of Commonwealth Lands and Surveys, the Surveyor-General and the Government Astronomer of New Zealand, and the Surveyors-General of the States of the Commonwealth of Australia; Melbourne, 20th to 25th May, 1912 - complete with maps.
Conference on National Survey and Mapping of Australia, Commonwealth Survey Committee and State Surveyors-General; Canberra, 15th to 19th January, 1945.
Constructive Opinions and Advice upon the Functions and Program of the Royal Australian Survey Corps, and on the Task of Coordinating all Aspects of National Development by Major-General Reginald Llewellyn Brown, Director-General Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, 1951.
Review of Australia's Topographic Mapping Services by Jack E Richardson, 1986.
Mapping Conferences 2006 & 2011
Col Fuller's paper "A Case Study of a Central Service Agency - the Australian Survey Office" provides an historical overview of Australian Federal civilian survey and mapping from 1901 to circa 1980. However, the tables have been expanded to complete the ASO/AUSLIG history to 2000 when AUSLIG was merged to become part of today's Geoscience Australia.
Editions of the Dandenong Office, National Mapping News