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  • This version of the areas of the cultural heritage sensitivity dataset (ACHS) does not contain any attribute information. This dataset contains a spatial representation of "Areas of Cultural Heritage Sensitivity" as specified in Division 3, Part 2 of the Aboriginal Heritage Regulations 2018. Areas of cultural heritage sensitivity are areas that are either known to contain, or are likely to contain Aboriginal cultural heritage places and objects. These areas, which include various landforms within Victoria, are defined in the Aboriginal Heritage Regulations 2018. This polygon dataset is a representation of those areas as defined in the Regulations. The polygon features within the dataset have been derived from several sources, including geological and hydrological data. Note: This dataset is based on the best available information and should be used in conjunction the information contained in Division 3, Part 2 of the Aboriginal Heritage Regulations 2018. This data is under active revision to improve the representation as better quality source data becomes available.

  • This version is a subset of the cultural heritage sensitivity dataset and does not contain any attribute information. This layer has been filtered on Registered cultural heritage places (buffered point data) and this data is buffered 100m. This dataset contains a spatial representation of "Areas of Cultural Heritage Sensitivity" as specified in Division 3, Part 2 of the Aboriginal Heritage Regulations 2018. Areas of cultural heritage sensitivity are areas that are either known to contain, or are likely to contain Aboriginal cultural heritage places and objects. These areas, which include various landforms within Victoria, are defined in the Aboriginal Heritage Regulations 2018. This polygon dataset is a representation of those areas as defined in the Regulations. The polygon features within the dataset have been derived from several sources, including geological and hydrological data. Note: This dataset is based on the best available information and should be used in conjunction the information contained in Division 3, Part 2 of the Aboriginal Heritage Regulations 2018. This data is under active revision to improve the representation as better quality source data becomes available.

  • The Biodiversity Conservation Strategy for Melbourne's Growth Corridors (DEPI 2013a) identified measures for protecting, enhancing and connecting important populations of Growling Grass Frogs within conservation areas and mitigating the losses of habitat that will occur as a result of urban development in Melbourne's growth corridors approved under the strategic assessment. The purpose of the Growling Grass Frog Masterplan for Melbourne's Growth Corridors (Masterplan) is to provide guidance on implementing protection measures and investing in habitat creation and enhancement within Growling Grass Frog conservation areas. This dataset represents areas within the Growling Grass Frog conservation corridors for which particular protection measures are to be implemented.

  • This layer contains information on marine vessel route hotspots for the majority of Victoria's open coast and embayments. Data for this layer is collected through live vessel positions from Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), recorded from vessel monitoring point data. This is then split up into vessel type categories to distinguish different uses in the marine environment.

  • This map is derived from a screen based interpretation and mapping of aerial imagery into fire severity classes aerial photography. The classes represent levels of fire burn and scorch activity in the eucalypt and non-eucalypt forest, understorey and treeless areas. The classification was validated using field check sites. An accuracy assessment has not been carried out.

  • This dataset delineates Victorian biogeographic regions (Victorian bioregions) that capture the patterns of ecological characteristics in the landscape, providing a natural framework for recognising and responding to biodiversity values. Victorian bioregions form part of the national framework for the terrestrial environment, the Interim Biogeographic Regionalisation for Australia (IBRA). The boundaries are aligned with pre-1750 ecological vegetation class boundaries mapped at 1:100,000. The dataset upgrades the VBIOREGION250 dataset which was primarily based in 1:250,000 landsystem boundaries.

  • This layer summarises VBA fauna records against a standard grid of 10 degrees longitude/latitude (GDA94). Any VBA taxa record with its centre in a cell is counted as a record for that cell. The number of times a taxon has been recorded in a cell is collated in the RECORDS column. The first date and last date that a taxon has been recorded in a cell are also summarised. VBA data summarised against 5 and 1 minute grids are also available in related datasets. VBA records with a spatial accuracy worse than +/- 9 km are excluded from this layer.

  • This layer contains divisions of Victorian biounits as classified to CBICs Level 4 biotope complexes as polygons. At this level of the hierarchy, biotopes are grouped into sets with similar physical and biological characteristics.

  • This layer represents the modelled extent of Ecological Vegetation Classes in 1750 (EVC's as described by Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Division) at scales ranging from 1:25,000 to 1:100,000 It is the master EVC dataset from which NV1750_EVCBCS and NV2005_EVCBCS are derived.

  • This replaces NVR2013_LOCRISK_V2. This dataset describes the native vegetation location category for all land in Victoria for the purposes in the native vegetation removal regulations. Location category is calculated from a set of spatial models describing the importance of suitable habitat within the current extent of native vegetation for many rare or threatened species, and the location of an endangered Ecological Vegetation Class or sensitive coast or wetland area.