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Four return multi-pulse LiDAR was captured over selected floodplains within Victoria to achieve a vertical accuracy of +/- 10 cm. The classified unthinned ground returns were used to derive a 1 metre gridded 2D digital elevation model of a quality suitable for flood modelling and landuse planning. In addition to the DEM, contours with an interval of 0.5m were produced over the Bendigo area. Keywords: Floodplain, Victoria, LiDAR, Elevation, DEM,
Captured as part of the larger 03-2015-16 Northeast Rural photography project, this photography covers Murray Shire in NSW with 20cm relaxed accuracy RGB photography
Petroleum Well Cross Section Lines. The lines are an index of traces between petroleum wells where special cross sectional diagrams have been produced.
Captured as part of the 2015-16 CIP this 3 band (RGB) covers the Baw Baw urban growth corridor and townships of Neerim South and Willow Grove with 10cm high accuracy photography and is useful for a range of visual, mapping and feature recognition purposes.
Captured as part of the 2015-16 CIP, this 15cm RGB project covers the Central Goldfields shire with relaxed accuracy photography and higher accuracy processing over townships of Talbot, Bealiba, Dunolly and Maryborough embedded into the overall mosaic.
As part of the 2015-16 CIP, this project contains true colour orthorectified 10cm aerial photography Covering Bass Coast LGA and Phillip Island for use by a variety of Local Government, Water Authority and Nature Conservation agencies.
This layer shows the modelled Tolerable Fire Interval (TFI) status of vegetation on Victorian public land between years 2002 and 2015. TFIs are the minimum and maximum recommended time intervals between fire events for a particular vefetation community (see below for full definitions). The time interval is derived from the vital attributes of plant and animal species that occupy the vegetation community. The dataset categorises the landscape into five categories: Below minimum tolerable fire interval; Within tolerable fire interval; Above maximum tolerable fire interval; Public land with no recorded fire history; and Private land is also mapped. For a full understanding of the concepts on which this dataset is based, please see DSE Fire and adaptive management report no. 84, "Growth stages and tolerable fire intervals for Victoria's native vegetation data sets", David Cheal, 2010. Minimum TFI describes the minimum time required between two successive fire events at a site in order that a vegetation community or its constituent species can persist and have every reasonable chance of reaching maturity and setting seed. Expressed in years. Maximum TFI describes the maximum time required between two successive fire events at a site in order that a vegetation community or its constituent species can persist in the absence of fire. Expressed in years. The layer was created by the Fire and Emergency Management Division in the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, and completed September 30th 2015.
Captured as part of the 2015-16 CIP, this 10cm relaxed accuracy photography covers the townships of Bairnsdale, Lakes Entrance, Benambra, Buchan, Ensay, Mallacoota, Omeo and Swifts Creek and is useful for a wide range of council purposes. Two different sensors were used to capture photography for this project: an Ultracam E for the townships of Buchan and Mallacoota and an A3 Edge for the townships of Bairnsdale, Lakes Entrance, Benambra, Ensay, Omeo and Swifts Creek.
The data depicts zones of alluvial gold mineralisation and areas subject to historical alluvial mining The data have been collected by the Geological Survey of Victoria. The dataset is accompanied by other datasets representing structural lines, miscellaneous lines and points, miscellaneous polygons, metamorphism, and placer deposits.
Point location of named or 'could be' named Victorian topographic features. Inclusions are rivers, water bodies, transport (excluding roads), geographic features and most of the Vicmap Features of Interest content. These features all reside within the Vicmap Framework Products. Features are combined to create one piece of geometry based on name and type. The centroid table holds ALL features ONCE regardless of whether they were derived from a point, line or polygon.