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2019

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  • Captured as part of the 2018-19 CIP, this project covers Colac Otway, Corangamite and Golden Plains Local Government Areas with relaxed accuracy 15cm photography and is useful for a wide range of regional change over time and planning applications.

  • Licensed Groundwater Entitlement Density is a density distribution surface of licensed bore entitlement volume in ML/km2 across the state of Victoria. It does not include stock and domestic bores. Licensed entitlement bore information was sourced from Southern Rural Water, Goulburn Murray Water and Grampians-Wimmera Mallee-Water for all metered bores. Unmetered licensed entitlement bore information was sourced from the Victorian Water Register.

  • Captured as part of the 2018-19 CIP, this project covers Macedon Ranges LGA with 10cm high accuracy photography and is useful for a wide range of council purposes.

  • Locations of Geological Excursion Sites within Victoria visited by the Geological Survey Victoria (GSV)

  • The 2017-19 River condition audit project has been undertaken to supplement and compare mapping undertaken in DELWPs 2009-10 Index of Stream Condition (ISC) assessment. The Department of Environment, Land, Water, Planning (DELWP) has developed a methodology to assess aspects of river condition using remote sensing data, specifically LIDAR and aerial photography. This project collects LiDAR and imagery for a subset of rivers mapped in the original 2009-10 ISC survey. In addition to supporting the generation of physical form and ripartian vegetation metrics, the data has been used to identify change over time. LiDAR and imagery was captured for 70 rivers across nine CMAs over two seasons (2017-18 and 2018-19). West Gippsland CMA rivers were captured in the first season, so the data is from 2017-18. Remote sensing data collected includes LiDAR data at four points per m² and 12.5cm aerial photography. These were used to derive a range of standard and non-standard physical form and riparian vegetation raster datasets. The project was managed on a CMA by CMA basis with all source and derived datasets being organised this way.

  • Spatial data representing Victorian coastal lands which have the potential to contain coastal acid sulfate soil (CASS), i.e. it is prospective for CASS. This spatial data is used for triggering an investigation of a site where proposed activities risk disturbing CASS. Disturbing CASS is defined as causing oxygen to penetrate earth material that contains metal oxides either in sulfidic material or sulfuric material. Sulfidic material is soil or sediment that contains metal sulfides which oxidise to sulfuric acid in the presence of oxygen. Sulfuric material has either partially or completely oxidised metal oxides. This data was created to help avoid disturbing potential CASS. An explanation of Coastal Acid Sulphate Soils and their mapping is available on Victorian Resources Online: http://vro.depi.vic.gov.au/dpi/vro/vrosite.nsf/pages/soil_acid_sulfate_soils DOI 10.4226/92/58e723a645d1f

  • Geological basins for Victoria.

  • DELWP runs a Planned Burns Program across the state with the purpose of reducing bushfire risk by reducing fuel loads across the landscape. The sites for this project are scattered across the Wimmera region and have all been burnt and are ready for capture. Acquisition of up to 20cm four band RGBI aerial photography and production of relaxed accuracy ortho-rectified true and false colour IR imagery products will be required. The imagery will be used by DELWP for fire severity and extent mapping of the Planned Burn sites. This project is for capture in Spring and is a precursor for a potential three-year project. This project will utilise a ¿Dedicated Resource¿ where Landair Surveys will dedicate, assign and mobilised to capture the Wimmera Regional sites for the Spring timeframe. A price structure has been provided as well as indicative price for the total project area.

  • This data is now obsolete, current UDP data is available. Maps the boundaries of current major housing estates. Used inconjunction with Broadhectare Residential land dataset.

  • Boreholes that are available to the public (from Minerals and Petroleum's database) and Petroleum Wells that are available to the public (from Minerals and Petroleum's DbMap database) Collected for Earth Resources within DSDBI