Type of resources
Project HawkEye is a biodiversity monitoring project created to study the impact of fire and planned burning on biodiversity. One deliverable for the HawkEye project is the establishment of a monitoring sites database to store information about monitoring sites (not the actual data that is collected). This spatial layer is one of the outputs from the project designed to provide a single point of reference for this information.
The Corangamite LiDAR capture was part of the National Action Plan for Salinity and Water Quality Digital Elevation Model project undertaken Victoria. LiDAR was collected to assist the Corangamite CMA in understanding land management issues in their area of jurisdiction. LiDAR was captured for approximately 569,400ha of the CMA.
2013 Hallston Post Fire Photography
Captured as part of the 2012-13 CIP, this project comprises 4 band 25cm National Park photography.
This very large project is for the CIP consortium of state & local government and water authorities who require aerial photography for the larger rural areas of South West Victoria.
LiDAR was acquired over selected floodplains to supplement void areas between earlier projects. The coverage was collected to acheive a vertical accuracy of +/-10cm RMSE and consisted of ICSM Level 2 Classification LAS Files and a 1m DEM. This project has been leveled and merged to the existing 09-2009-10 Victorian State Wide Floodplains LiDAR Project
The photography is to be used for council business such as asset mapping, analysis, planning, building and assistance with everyday corporate GIS.
RapidEye Satellite imagery over 2013 Aberfeldy & Harrietville Fire Areas
Captured as part of the 2013-13 CIP, this project is for 10cm, 3 band visible (RGB) digital photography over selected towns within Mitchell Shire
Captured as part of the 2013-14 CIP, this 10cm ortho-rectified photography was captured for the Shire of Bass Coast and several partner agencies and is available as 1km 3 band (RGB) TIF Tiles, 10km ECW tiles and ECW Overview Mosaic.