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  • This layer provides the boundaries of significant marine environmental assets which have been identified on the basis of their environmental value (at statewide, bioregional or local significance scale) for marine biodiversity and/or marine ecological processes. Victoria's marine protected areas, including the Marine National Parks and Marine Sanctuaries, are not included in this leayer unless they fall within the boundaries of larger identified asset areas. Separate expert workshops were held to identify these marine environmental assets in each of the following marine regions: Port Phillip Bay, Western Port, Western Victoria and Gippsland. The relative environmental significance of each asset identified was also rated by experts using the following categories: statewide, bioregional or local. Within each category, assets whose value relates primarily to use by birds that are not exclusively marine were rated separately to those whose value relates to exclusively marine species or ecological processes. These significance ratings were assessed separately for each region but the comparability of asset ratings across regions was then reviewed. This supersedes the earlier ASSET_MARINE layer. Blue Whale feeding/ Bonney upweling and Blue Whale Distribution asset areas were also identified through the above process, but have not been included in the layer because they encompass the majority of Victorian waters.

  • 2014-15 Autumn Planned Burns Port Phillip Region Photography

  • Captured as part of the 2014-15 CIP, this orthorectified 10cm digital photography covers the urban growth corridor between Longwarry and Trafalgar and the inherant high accuracy permits this product to be used for a wide range of Local and State Government purposes.

  • 2014-15 Autumn Planned Burns Gippsland Region Photography

  • Captured as part of the 2015-16 CIP, this 6cm resolution 3 band (RGB) orthorectified photography covers the City of Yarra and is useful for a wide range of Local and State Government purposes.

  • As part of the 2014-15 CIP, this 6cm (RGB) photography covers the Victorian Desalination Plant pipeline, power easement and plant infrastructure.

  • Department of Sustainability & Environment will use the data to characterise vegetation by the structural attributes to feed into up-to-date assessments and models of bushfire hazard (fuel hazard), habitat structure and condition for biodiversity. Products: DEM, DSM,Intensity, Fractional Cover Count Grids and LiDAR Point Cloud.

  • Captured as part of the 2015-16 CIP, this 25cm relaxed accuracy photography covers Dunkeld Township and the rural region of Victoria Valley within the Southen Grampians Shire.

  • Captured as part of the 2015-16 CIP, this 10cm RGB photography will be used by council for general mapping purposes, bushfire recovery, rural numbering and identification of council assets, transport features and urban properties.