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  • The 2012-13 Greater Geelong Townships Project is an aerial photography project to produce digital orthophotography over an area of 1,582 km2 covering Geelong and surrounds. The 10cm resolution digital orthophotography was produced from VisionMap A3 photography acquired in the period 10th of December 2012 to the 4th of January 2013.

  • This CIP project is for the capture of 10cm photography for local government, state government and water authorities will be used for a range of analytical and mapping purposes.

  • This dataset is a raster layer depicting the thickness of the Latrobe Group, Otway Basin. A number of processes were applied to the Top and Base to derive the Thickness of the Latrobe Group. 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.

  • Modelled long term (1958-2005) average diffuse recharge (in mm) for September as calculated using the Ensym model. Includes rainfall recharge and irrigation recharge however excludes river / stream / channel / reservoir leakage. Ensym estimates daily spatial recharge by solving for physical processes using analytical solutions and empirical equations. Water entering the soil profile is initially determined by subtracting the calculated surface runoff from the total daily precipitation and irrigation. Once in the soil profile, water can be removed by evapotranspiration, lateral flow and downward movement if soil capacity is exceeded. Water fills up lower soil layers until it exits the soil profile and becomes drainage. Drainage is then partitioned into sub surface lateral flow and recharge. For further information: https://ensym.dse.vic.gov.au/home/aboutensym Beverly, C., 2007. Technical Manual - Models of the Catchment Analysis Tool. Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.

  • Captured as part of the 2012-13 CIP, this 35cm RGB relaxed accuracy photography covers Baw Baw and Latrobe Shires.

  • Fastlook 35cm 4 band (RGBi) photography Imagery was delivered as a single mosaic covering all Shires instead of one mosaic per Shire.

  • Photography and elevation products over Gherang Gravel Pits - Surf Coast Shire.

  • This layer 'Aboriginal Community Boundaries' will be superceded by 'VAC100' layer when a geographic version is available. Aboriginal Community Boundaries. Probably received from the National Native Title Tribunal (NNTT). Dja Dja Wrung and Lakes Entrance (LAKES E.) communities are inactive.

  • This dataset comprises all basement boreholes drilled in outcropping bedrock areas which have been used for the control of Free Air (FA) gravity data interpolated to each outcrop location. These boreholes have been used to provide better control for analysing FA gravity data. 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.

  • The dataset displays areas identified by the Geological Survey of Victoria to be of known future interest to the extractive minerals industry. Areas are based on suitable geological occurrence and also take into account existing local government planning schemes. They are intended to provide a guide to local government in developing future planning policy. This dataset was updated in October 2023 to exclude areas where planning controls prohibit extractive industries as at late 2022. The dataset was updated in May 2024 to match the cadastral boundaries where necessary that were updated as part of the Digital Cadastre Modernisation project.