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  • The ISC2010_STREAMBED_WIDTH polygon features represent the width between the Toe of each opposing bank for each River Reach. River condition in Victoria is assessed every 5 years using the Index of Stream Condition (ISC). The Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) developed a methodology to assess the Physical Form and Riparian Vegetation components of the ISC using remote sensing data, specifically LIDAR and aerial photography. A State Wide mapping project was undertaken in 2010-13 to accurately map the Physical Form and Riparian Vegetation metrics of the ISC . Other ISC metrics were not assessed in the project and were derived from other sources. The Physical Form and Riparian Vegetation Metric products are a combination of mapped Vector and Raster data as well as Tabular Summary Statistics about the mapped features. In the context of the project, the term Metrics is used to refer to both the mapped features and the summary statistics. Remote sensing data used includes 15cm true colour and infra-red aerial photography and four return multi-pulse LiDAR data. This source data was used to derive a variety of Raster data sets including Digital Terrain Models, Slope, Vegetation Height and Vegetation Cover. The Digital Terrain and Slope rasters were used to map Physical Form metrics including Stream Bed, Top of Bank and River Centre Lines while the Vegetation Height and Cover rasters were used to map the Riparian Vegetation metrics. The Project Report "Aerial Remote Sensing for Physical Channel Form and Riparian Vegetation Mapping" describes the remote sensing and mapping approach used to create this data set.

  • The Western Port Local Coastal Hazard Assessment (LCHA) provides information on the extent of coastal hazards and their physical impacts for the Western Port coastal environment. Information has been collected on inundation hazards (storm surge and catchment inflows) using modelling for different sea level rise scenarios. This data represents the extent of shoreline inundation for the 10% Average Exceedance Probability (AEP) catchment generated flood under a +20cm sea level rise scenario. Details of the assumptions made in the derivation of this information can be found in project reports on the Our Coast website: Users of this information should read these project reports to understand the limitations of the data.

  • This is one of a series of restricted layers that identifies the nesting areas for threatened Egret species and records areas where breeding was confirmed and also identifies areas where breeding may have occurred in the past. Where breeding has occurred the year and month where available are listed. The site name is also given where known.

  • this is a test dataset used to trial the data loading process

  • This dataset was developed from the database of Ocean Sciences Institute of Sydney University (AUSEABED) and from surveys conducted by MAFRI.

  • this is a copy of the rs39test_plm25 dataset (taken on the 9/11/22) and had the ArcGIS Pro repair geometry tool run on it (with OGC validation option) kept null geometry and loaded into VDP without geometry validation

  • Dataset containing an indication of the geographic extent covered by other Coastal Plans (non-CAPS) identified in 'Section 8.1 Other Coastal Plans', of the Victorian Coastal Council’s 2010-11 Annual Report. The dataset contains attributes identifying the report title, year of the report, Coastal Board region, unique identifier assigned to report, link that allows the report to be directly referenced, and link to source website page used to locate and obtain document. To support the capture of a suitable geographic extent covered by Coastal Plans each plan was reviewed and categorised in terms of the area it covered. For plans covering a local government area, Catchment Management Authority, Coastal Management Board area, or township, a nominal buffer was applied around the spatial extent of these administrative units. For reports containing a clear study area, this boundary was captured and used to depict the geographical area covered by the report.

  • The solar resource has been mapped on a 5 km x 5 km grid across Victoria, with the lowest achievable uncertainty (or error), for the following five components (or measures) of solar irradiance: - global horizontal irradiance (GHI) - global irradiance on a north facing plane inclined at latitude angle (GTI) - global irradiance on a 2 axis tracking normal plane (GNI) - direct beam irradiance (DNI) - diffuse horizontal irradiance (Diff). The data has been reformatted to include values for annual average as well as seasonal variations from data supplied by Hydro Electric Corporation trading as Entura The methodology is contained within the report prepared by Entura which is downloadable here: <a href=&#09;;>Solar Atlas Report</a> <a href=&#09;;>Solar Atlas - Solar Irradiance Data - esri shapefile download</a> Departmental contact: Dr. Adrian Panow Director, Energy Investment Department of Primary Industries - Victoria Ph: 9658 4140 Email:

  • this is a test dataset used to trial the data loading process

  • This dataset consists of deepest sediment trendlines interpreted from bore-controlled residual gravity bedrock depth for the Goulburn-Murray area. The dataset was compiled by GHD to inform the report 'Potential Influences of Geological Structures on Groundwater Flow Systems' for DEPI's Secure Allocation Future Entitlements (SAFE) Project.