Display 40e permits on your map

Method 1 – Spreadsheet

To display a 40e permit on your map, write the coordinates of the permit into a .csv file, and import this file into Australian Geology Travel Maps – as per these details …

  • on a PC, download and open the 40e_permits.csv file – click here
40e_permit.csv
  • replace the coordinates in the .csv file with the coordinates of your permit
    • add more rows if your permit has more than 4 corners
    • the first coordinate needs to be repeated in the final row
  • save the .csv file, and email it to yourself
  • on your phone/tablet, open the email, tap on the .csv file, and then choose to open it with Australian Geology Travel Maps (look for thetrilobite icon)
Two 40e permits imported as a .csv file

Method 2 – Google Earth

To display a 40e permit on your map, create a polygon in Google Earth, export to a KML file, and import this file into Australian Geology Travel Maps – as per these details …

  • In Google Earth on a computer, create a Polygon representing the boundary of your 40e permit
  • In the left pane, choose ‘Save place as ..’ and export to a KML file (not KMZ)
  • Email the .kml file to yourself, as an attachment
  • Open the email on your phone/tablet, click on the .kml attachment, and choose to open with Australian Geology Travel Maps (look for thetrilobite icon)