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  • This layer delineates broad agricultural land uses in Victoria. LUSE250_1991 was created by manually interpreting 1991 LANDSAT TM satellite data and incorporating forest cover boundaries from FORCOV500-87. The land use boundaries have been registered to 1:500,000 topographic features. (not current - see revised LANDUSE250)

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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 vegetation units defined by the Land Conservation Council (LCC). Forest species and structure are defined for each LCC Study Area.

  • This layer is a data fusion of LANDSAT Thematic Mapper and SPOT Panchromatic satellite imagery. The layer combines the multi-spectral characteristics (bands 5,4 and 3 or 2) of the LANDSAT and the spatial (10 metre) resolution of the SPOT to provide image data applicable to scales up to 1:25,000. The image pixel resolution is 10 metres. The image dates range from 1992 onwards for SPOT and 1993 onwards for LANDSAT TM.

  • 1:50 000 Mapgrid of Australia Boundaries.

  • 1:25 000 Mapgrid of Australia Boundaries.

  • This is a single image similar to TM50095 but enhanced specifically for use as a backdrop in ARC/INFO.