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  • Commissioned as part of the 2016-17 CIP, this multi-year, multi-epoch project covers Bendigo City, Greater Bendigo LGA and selcted towns several times between November 2017 and October 2020 with relaxed accuracy 10cm and 20cm photography for use in the areas of local council planning, water infrastructure, asset mapping and urban growth monitoring for a variety of Local Government, State Agencies and Water Authorities.

  • This CIP Project represents Aerial photography for Surf Coast Shire over the Gherang Gravel Pits. This work is part of annual monitoring undertaken for the gravel pits where elevation and photography products are produced from aerial data captured as close to June 30th as possible. Selected stockpile and excavation pit volumes are calculated from captured elevation data.

  • This table provides vegetation growth stage information for Ecological Fire Groups (EFGs) and Ecological Vegetation Divisions (EVDs) on public land.

  • 3 epochs of 10cm relaxed accuracy photography captured over Greater Geelong for local council planning, asset management and the monitoring of urban growth by a variety of Local Government and State Agencies

  • Captured as part of the 2017-18 CIP, this project represents 10cm high accuracy 4 band (RGBI) photography over selected towns in the North East of Victoria.

  • The Australian Hydrological Geospatial Fabric Surface Hydrology Catchments dataset was used as the base layer for considering surface water as an asset. This dataset provided mapped major rivers for Victoria. Numerous investigations into the interaction between groundwater and surface water have occurred across Victoria. Where this information was available in a format suitable for use in a GIS, it was collated to inform a state wide dataset of groundwater and surface water interaction. The resulting product attributes the stream base layer (described above) with the following classification of groundwater and surface water interaction: Gaining Variable Neutral/Losing Unclassified

  • The photography will primarily be used by state government and plantation managers to help in plantation health monitoring, mapping and management. It is important that individual tree crowns can be identified in the photography and are not obscured by excessive topographic displacement (tree lean) or shadow.

  • Last updated: October 2017 This dataset represents the spatial extent of prescribed burns planned for ignition and associated mechanical and vegetation works on Public Land in Victoria. This data is prepared annually for prescribed burns planned for the immediate three-year period.

  • Polygons of slope class derived from DEM25 using FMA25SLP.AML specifically to support the needs of forest management planning under the Code of Forest Practice.