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  • The Inverloch Region Coastal Hazard Assessment is a modelled dataset assessing sea level rises, planning horizons and storm events to determine erosion hazard zones in the study area. The sea level rise components and subsequent planning horizons consisted of 0m (2020), 0.2m (2040), 0.5m (2070) and 0.8m (2100). The design storm events modelled were 1%,5% and 10% AEP (annual exceedance probability). The study reports can be obtained by contacting vcmp@delwp.vic.gov.au. - some generalisation for publishing in CoastKit.

  • Polygons delineating boundaries of Salinity Regions (not current).

  • Gold Undercover Initiative Area The boundary denotes the area of primary interest of the Gold Undercover Initiative. Its’ boundaries approximate the outcrop to cover transition in the south and follow the Victorian border and an approximate 100m depth of cover limit to the north. Its’ area does include areas of outcrop in which deposits like Stawell, Bendigo and Fosterville are located, because they are included in many comparative studies in individual Gold Undercover projects. Developing Gold Undercover is a AUD$9 million initiative over 3 years as part of the government's Provincial Victoria statement. The project runs from July 2006 to June 2009. The Gold Undercover project will deliver the new geoscience insights and techniques required to discover the potentially large undiscovered gold resources presently concealed under cover. This project will stimulate the research and exploration communities in Victoria and help re-establish regional Victoria as a leading gold producer.

  • This layer delineates the extent of Forest Cover in Victoria in 1869 based on a historial map prepared by William Slight under the direction of R.Bough-Smyth FGS in 1866 and revised by A.Everett in 1869.

  • This landuse map has been prepared under contract for the North Central Catchment Management Authority (NC-CMA). The classification scheme followed here was the Australia Land Use Mapping (ALUM) classification version 5 (BRS, 2001). ALUM version 5 was developed by BRS as a modification of Baxter - Russell Classification, in coordination with State agencies. This product is based on information from a number of sources: Corporate Geospatial Data Library (CGDL), DPI regional data sets, satellite imagery, the planning maps from the Infrastructure Department, aerial photgraphy, CFA Mapbooks, and the newly acquired field surveys information.

  • The Inverloch Region Coastal Hazard Assessment is a modelled dataset assessing sea level rises, planning horizons and storm events to determine erosion hazard zones in the study area. The sea level rise components and subsequent planning horizons consisted of 0m (2020), 0.2m (2040), 0.5m (2070) and 0.8m (2100). The design storm events modelled were 1%,5% and 10% AEP (annual exceedance probability). The study reports can be obtained by contacting vcmp@delwp.vic.gov.au. - some generalisation for publishing in CoastKit.

  • 1:25 000 Mapgrid of Australia Boundaries - Double Format

  • This dataset contains heat vulnerability index features represented by polygons as at 2014. Each polygon is based on 2016 ABS Statistical Area Level 1s (SA1). It's part of a collection of data from Plan Melbourne Action 91 initiative also referred to as Cooling & Greening or Vegetation and Urban heat mapping. https://mapshare.vic.gov.au/coolinggreening/

  • This is a single image created by resampling TM100 and projecting it into VICMAP projection. The resampled pixel size is 90 metres.

  • A pale version of 1993 LANDSAT Satelite Imagery (TM500_1993) suitable for background plotting.