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  • This dataset is created by sketching in the current burnt area from field data and linescan data. This data is updated every time the area of the fire is updated during an incident.The area is captured in the incident mapping system eMap.The final fire shape is then combined with the planned burn area data to create the FIRE_HISTORY dataset. This data includes both FFMVIC and CFA fires. . The layer will support fire prevention and suppression activities of DSE, and will be used to generate the FIRE100_{year} fire history datasets. This layer is the source of disturbance datasets used in the analysis of old-growth forest.

  • This dataset is created by sketching in the current burnt area from field data and linescan data. This data is updated every time the area of the fire is updated during an incident.The area is captured in the incident mapping system eMap. This data includes both FFMVIC and CFA fires. This data is provided in kml format. The data is only available for the current fire season and shows all fires with a status of Going, controlled or contained (UC1 and UC2) and Safe are included in this feed. . The layer will support fire prevention and suppression activities of DSE, and will be used to generate the FIRE100_{year} fire history datasets. This layer is the source of disturbance datasets used in the analysis of old-growth forest.

  • This dataset is created by collating the current burnt area from field data and linescan data over the season. The final shapes are the final extent of both bushfires and planned burns. This data includes both FFMVIC and CFA fires and this data is QA by staff in both agencies. It is captured on emap and the final fire scar is downloaded to collated fire history. The final data is provided as a feed and is merged with the fireweb data to show fire cause.The data is limited to the last 10 years.

  • Areas under the National Parks Act 1975, conservation reserves and metropolitan open space parks under the policy control of the Land Management Policy Branch. This dataset replaced PK_PARKRES in April 2013.

  • Vicmap Transport represents the transport network of the state of Victoria and is made up of point, line and polygon area features in a seamless and topologically structured data set. It is comprised of a basic framework of linear features supplemented by related point and node and polygon features providing the supplementary data supporting the transport network over the topographic and demographic landscape. Further classification and description of real world features is provided by attribute tables, which add specific description and definition to each feature supported by code lists that can be used for analysis and individual identification. The following transport features are fundamental to this data set series: - Road network - freeway, highway, arterial, 2wd, 4wd, bicycle and walking tracks. - Road related structures - including fords, bridges, tunnels, gates, intersections, roundabouts, barriers, rail crossings; - Ferry routes; - Rail network, railway yard, tramway, railway bridge, railway tunnel; - Rail related structures - including railway sidings, stations, railway bridges, railway tunnels; - Tramway network; - Air related structures - including (major) airport extents, runways, landing strips, helipads Vicmap Transport is a combination of a number of data sets that are a part of the Vicmap suite of products. Datasets in the series are listed below. See their metadata entries for more detailed metadata. - Airport Area (polygon) - Vicmap Transport (TR_AIRPORT_AREA_POLYGON); - Airport Infrastructure - Vicmap Transport (TR_AIRPORT_INFRASTRUCTURE); - Airport Infrastucture Area (polygon) - Vicmap Transport (TR_AIR_INFRA_AREA_POLYGON); - Airport Infrastucture Point - Vicmap Transport (TR_AIR_INFRA_POINT); - Rail Network - Vicmap Transport (TR_RAIL); - Rail Infrastructure - Vicmap Transport (TR_RAIL_INFRASTRUCTURE); - Road Network - Vicmap Transport (TR_ROAD); - Road Infrastructure - Vicmap Transport (TR_ROAD_INFRASTRUCTURE); - Road Locality (grouped by road name, road type,road suffix and locality) (TR_ROAD_REGISTER)

  • Property Map Polygons is a polygon layer belonging to Vicmap Property Simplified, a modified and simplified model of Vicmap Property. It consists of polygons representing Victoria's land parcels. This layer should be used in conjuction with the other layers and aspatial tables that make up Vicmap Property Simplified see metadata for Vicmap Property and Vicmap Property Simplified. Vicmap Property Simplified Content includes · Parcel and Property Polygons; · Parcel and Property Identifiers - parcel descriptors (including Standard Parcel Identifiers (SPI)), Council reference numbers; · Registered and proposed (All proposals entered prior to July 2002 are non-polygonal and all entered post July 2002 are polygonised) parcels; · Crown and Freehold land differentiation; · Cadastral Road Casements; · Easements (Note: all new easements are being captured for the whole State. Previously, only easements in the metropolitan area were captured. There is no current program to review and capture missing easements); · Unique Feature Identifiers, date stamps and data quality information. Spatial Datasets comprising Vicmap Property Simplified are listed below. See their metadata entries for more detailed metadata. Annotation Text - Vicmap Property (ANNOTATION_TEXT) Cadastral Area Boundary - Vicmap Property (CAD_AREA_BDY) Centroid - Vicmap Property (CENTROID) Aspatial Table - Parcel Property Table - Vicmap Property (PARCEL_PROPERTY) Parcel Map Polygons - Vicmap Property (PARCEL_MP) Property Map Polygons - Vicmap Property (PROPERTY_MP) Road Centre Line Chain - Vicmap Property (ROAD_CL_CHAIN)

  • This layer contains aspatial details for all properties in Victoria. A property is defined as land, usually contiguous, under one ownership, and of a common class and tenure. It is used for land under common occupation particularly for the purpose of rating, billing or habitation. Properties are typically described by street address allocated by an authority such as local government. It includes: - Property numbers as allocated by local governement authority; - Registered and proposed status; - Type of property, ie, single or multi-assessment; - LGA code; - Unique Feature Identifiers, date stamps and data quality information. Address information IS NOT included in Vicmap Property. MetaX records this dataset as VMPROP.PROPERTY

  • Parcel Map Polygons is a polygon layer belonging to Vicmap Property Simplified, a modified and simplified model of Vicmap Property. It consists of polygons representing Victoria's land parcels. This layer should be used in conjuction with the other layers and aspatial tables that make up Vicmap Property Simplified see metadata for Vicmap Property and Vicmap Property Simplified. Vicmap Property Simplified Content includes · Parcel and Property Polygons; · Parcel and Property Identifiers - parcel descriptors (including Standard Parcel Identifiers (SPI)), Council reference numbers; · Registered and proposed (All proposals entered prior to July 2002 are non-polygonal and all entered post July 2002 are polygonised) parcels; · Crown and Freehold land differentiation; · Cadastral Road Casements; · Easements (Note: all new easements are being captured for the whole State. Previously, only easements in the metropolitan area were captured. There is no current program to review and capture missing easements); · Unique Feature Identifiers, date stamps and data quality information. Spatial Datasets comprising Vicmap Property Simplified are listed below. See their metadata entries for more detailed metadata. Annotation Text - Vicmap Property (ANNOTATION_TEXT) Cadastral Area Boundary - Vicmap Property (CAD_AREA_BDY) Centroid - Vicmap Property (CENTROID) Aspatial Table - Parcel Property Table - Vicmap Property (PARCEL_PROPERTY) Parcel Map Polygons - Vicmap Property (PARCEL_MP) Property Map Polygons - Vicmap Property (PROPERTY_MP) Road Centre Line Chain - Vicmap Property (ROAD_CL_CHAIN)

  • Petrophysics Sample Locations

  • Datasets relating to the coal model in the Latrobe Valley. Collected for Earth Resources within DSDBI