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This layer identifies areas defined as sites of significance for rainforest initially delineated by David Cameron in 1990 as part of the statewide rainforest survey and subsequently reviewed by Bill Peel in 1999. This revised 2012 version is necessitated by changes in the integrity of selected sites or site values as a consequence of fire or harvesting history in the period 1990-2012 which warrants a re-evaluation of the boundary or priority zoning of such sites. Priority classification: 1 highest priority area through to 5 lower priority area. Additional fields to describe Priority, Significance, Site_ID were added on 27 Feb 2019.
The land systems of Victoria spatial data layer (LSYS250) was re-attributed by DPI Bendigo based on McKenzie's Soil Atlas of Australia (CSIRO, 2003). Soil was classified on the Northcote scheme. This layer was converted to a grid format based on the VICMAP_ELEVATION_DTM_20M layer.
This layer contains the yearly standard outputs reported to DELWP by CMAs. The raw submissions have gone through a statewide consolidation process which QAs selected common attributes.
20m slope grid derived from VICMAP_ELEVATION_DTM_20M
Salinity Provinces (SPs) provide a framework for describing land and water (both surface and groundwater) salinity in Victoria. These are specific geographic areas where the landscape setting and physical processes contributing to salinity are similar, and where salinity management options are also similar. Each Province contains discrete salinity impacted areas where there is a concentration or higher incidence of land and/or water salinisation, which may or may not have been mapped. This may be primary or secondary salinity, the development of which can be explained by a particular landscape setting, groundwater process or most commonly, Groundwater Flow System(s) (GFS(s)). The soil salinity mapping used to help delineate the SPs does not cover the Irrigation Regions of the State. In these areas, depth to watertable and watertable salinity mapping has been used to convey the threat of high watertables on soil waterlogging and/or soil salinisation. This information is yet to be included in the individual SP pages on Victorian Resources Online but links to existing maps have been added where appropriate. More information on the Salinity Province Mapping can be found on Victorian Resources Online website: http://vro.agriculture.vic.gov.au/dpi/vro/vrosite.nsf/pages/lwm_salinity-provinces
This table provides vegetation growth stage information for Ecological Fire Groups (EFGs) and Ecological Vegetation Divisions (EVDs) on public land.
This dataset is a modified version of TREE100 which has been intersected with the 25 thou mapsheet index to break up the larger polygons.
This layer contains the line and polygon features depicting the former 16 DCE Regional boundaries at 1:100,000.
This dataset contains vegetation features represented by polygons. It is part of the Vicmap suite of products. Includes tree density levels. Datasets in the series are listed below. See their metadata entries for more detailed metadata. Tree Density 1:25,000 - Vicmap Vegetation (TREE_DENSITY)
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