Type of resources
This layer represents the modelled extent of Ecological Vegetation Classes in 1750 (EVC's as described by Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Division) at scales ranging from 1:25,000 to 1:100,000 It is the master EVC dataset from which NV1750_EVCBCS and NV2005_EVCBCS are derived.
This layer represents the Catchment Management Authority boundaries (derived from CALP100). It is indicative and should not be used for operational decisions about funding. The Catchment Management Authorities (CMAs) were established on 1 July 1997 with the aim of creating a whole of catchment approach to natural resource management in the state. The new CMAs combined the roles of the former, River Management Boards and Catchment and Land Protection Boards, and community based advisory groups such as salinity plan implementation groups and water quality working groups. Port Phillip has also recently become a CMA. 2014 correction on the West Gippsland and East Gippsland CMA border around the Gippsland Lakes. It is accurate to +/- 100 metres for 80% of the time.
Native Vegetation - Modelled 2005 Ecological Vegetation Classes (with Bioregional Conservation Status)
This is a derived dataset that delineates the Bioregional Conservation Status of EVCs. (NV2005_EVCBCS) . The dataset is derived from a combination of Victorian bioregions (VBIOREG100), Pre 1750 EVCs (NV1750_EVC) and the current version of Native Vegetation Extent (NV2005_EXTENT). Bioregional conservation status and geographic occurrence are applied to unique Bioregion-EVC units. The dataset underpins the implementation of Victoria's Native Vegetation Management Framework, and the preparation of Regional Vegetation Plans in addition to other biodiversity planning. The dataset requires upgrading when any of the three input datasets change. (Note that this dataset is stored in two Spatial Data Storage Environments within DSE - Arc/Info tiled libraries and Oracle/SDE single data layer. This metadata describes the Arc/Info dataset. The Oracle/SDE dataset is slightly different in that all non-vegetation classes are excluded from the data (ie. Bare rock, sand, non-native vegetation etc.) also the attributes include attributes expanded from Look Up Tables. These have an X_ prefix in the name.) Note erratum under Data Quality-Completeness-Classification
This dataset is a whole of landscape surface which shows the risk of vegetation loss from infection of Phytophthora cinnamomi. The values from 0 - 100 area a percentage of vegetation cover loss, which have been re-classed into a "Low", "Medium", and "High" cover loss. This is a draft model and doesn't include all areas of known infection. Users should seek local advice about the impact of Phythophthora cinnamomi. Also available as vic-risk-phytophthora-cinnamomi-1d_2010jul01_thm_bio_25m_vg94.tif
For use in VicPlan
Native Vegetation - Modelled 1750 Ecological Vegetation Classes (with Bioregional Conservation Status)
This is a derived dataset that delineates the current Bioregional Conservation Status of EVCs within the modeled 1750 EVC dataset. The dataset is derived from a combination of both Victorian bioregions (VBIOREG100) and the modeled 1750 EVC dataset (NV1750_EVC), with an assigned conservation status on the basis of unique Bioregion EVC units. The dataset underpins the implementation of Victoria's Native Vegetation Management Framework, and the preparation of Regional Vegetation Plans in addition to other biodiversity planning. The dataset requires upgrading when either of the two input datasets change. Note erratum under Data Quality-Completeness-Classification
As part of the 2018-19 CIP this project represents a 3 band, 10cm resolution, high accuracy photography capture over the Surf Coast Shire Local Government Area.
Captured as part of the 2018-19 CIP, this project is for 10cm relaxed accuracy 4 band (RGBi) photography over the north-eastern corner of the Yarra Ranges LGA.
Captured as part of the 2018-19 CIP, this project covers Central Goldfields and Mount Alexander Local Government Areas with 3 band (RGB) 15cm high accuracy photography. This project area straddles the MGA54/MGA55 zone boundary. Central Goldfields data is in delivered in MGA54 projection, and Mount Alexander data is delivered in MGA55 projection.