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  • This dataset represents the spatial extent of prescribed burns planned for ignition on Public Land in Victoria. This data is prepared annually for prescribed burns planned for the immediate three-year period

  • This layer shows the modelled Tolerable Fire Interval (TFI) status of vegetation on Victorian public land between years 2002 and 2015. TFIs are the minimum and maximum recommended time intervals between fire events for a particular vefetation community (see below for full definitions). The time interval is derived from the vital attributes of plant and animal species that occupy the vegetation community. The dataset categorises the landscape into five categories: Below minimum tolerable fire interval; Within tolerable fire interval; Above maximum tolerable fire interval; Public land with no recorded fire history; and Private land is also mapped. For a full understanding of the concepts on which this dataset is based, please see DSE Fire and adaptive management report no. 84, "Growth stages and tolerable fire intervals for Victoria's native vegetation data sets", David Cheal, 2010. Minimum TFI describes the minimum time required between two successive fire events at a site in order that a vegetation community or its constituent species can persist and have every reasonable chance of reaching maturity and setting seed. Expressed in years. Maximum TFI describes the maximum time required between two successive fire events at a site in order that a vegetation community or its constituent species can persist in the absence of fire. Expressed in years. The layer was created by the Fire and Emergency Management Division in the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, and completed September 30th 2015.

  • This dataset represents the spatial extent of prescribed burns planned for ignition on Public Land in Victoria. This data is prepared annually for prescribed burns planned for the immediate three-year period. This data set also includes landscape burns which are symbolised in the Fireplan map service with a cyan outline.

  • This layer shows the modelled Growth Stage Structure (GSS) status of vegetation on Victorian public land between years 2002 and 2015. Vegetation GSS relates to the stages of vegetation succession. The GSS status of vegetation depends on when it was last burnt. For a full understanding of the concepts on which this dataset is based, please see DSE Fire and adaptive management report no. 84, "Growth stages and tolerable fire intervals for Victoria's native vegetation data sets", David Cheal, 2010. The dataset categorises the landscape into six categories: Juvenile; Adolescent; Mature; Old; Public land with no recorded fire history; and Private land. The four growth stages are a simplification from those provided in Cheal (2010) and encompass these groupings: (1) Juvenile (Renewal, Juvenility, Founding) - from immediate post-fire renewal to establishment, including the period before which the full floristic complement of species is reproductive (1) Adolescent (Adolescence) - the vegetation is relatively young, and the full complement of species is reproductive, but not at the rate characterising mature vegetation (3) Mature (Early Maturity, Maturity, Vigorous Maturity, Stasis, Established) - including when dominant species are fully reproductive through to stasis, when vegetation structure and reproductive capacity stabilise (4) Old (Waning, Senescence) - characterised by declining reproduction of the dominant species and decreasing propagule banks; if left undisturbed, vegetation may become senescent and is then unlikely to be reconstituted following fire. The layer was created by the Fire and Emergency Management Division in the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, and completed September 30th 2015.

  • Polygons defining the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Shorebird Sites in Victoria. The East Asian-Australasian Flyway extends from the Arctic Circle through Eastern and South East Asia to Australia and New Zealand and encompasses 22 countries. The East Asian-Australasian Shorebird Site Network was launched in 1996. It is now known as the East Asian-Australasian Flyway Site Network. Corner Inlet was listed as a shorebird site at the launch of the East Asian-Australasian Shorebird Site Network in 1996. In 2000, two other Victorian sites joined the network: Western Port, Port Phillip Bay (Western Shoreline) and Bellarine Peninsula. In 2006, Shallow Inlet Marine and Coastal Park and Discovery Bay Coastal Park were added. Adding these sites to the network provides recognition for Victoria's most important shorebird sites.

  • Refer to HDD_PROJECTS2005TO2014 and HDD_STOCK2014 datasets. The Housing Development Data (HDD) provides a comprehensive spatial inventory of all dwellings, vacant parcels of land where a dwelling may be permitted and residential development across the Melbourne metropolitan captured on an annual basis between December/January 2004 to 2012. An annual update of the data is planned. HDD is made up of two main data streams, A. Housing Stock by year which identifies number of dwellings on each parcel of land across the 31 metro local government areas and B. Housing Development which show the change in dwelling stock over various time periods. A. Housing Stock databases ALL_MELBOURNE_2012_Stock B. Housing Development databases ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2011to2012 C. The following supplementary datsets are available upon request 1. ALL_MELBOURNE_2004_Stock 2. ALL_MELBOURNE_2005_Stock 3. ALL_MELBOURNE_2006_Stock 4. ALL_MELBOURNE_2007_Stock 5. ALL_MELBOURNE_2008_Stock 6. ALL_MELBOURNE_2009_Stock 7. ALL_MELBOURNE_2010_Stock 8. ALL_MELBOURNE_2011_Stock 11. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2004to2005 12. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2005to2006 13. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2006to2007 14. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2006to2007 15. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2007to2008 16. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2008to2009 17. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2009to2010 18. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2010to2011 19. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2011to2012

  • Refer to UDP_HDD_PROJECTS2005TO2014 to order the dataset. The Housing Development Data (HDD) provides a comprehensive spatial inventory of all dwellings, vacant parcels of land where a dwelling may be permitted and residential development across the Melbourne metropolitan captured on an annual basis between December/January 2004 to 2012. An annual update of the data is planned. HDD is made up of two main data streams, A. Housing Stock by year which identifies number of dwellings on each parcel of land across the 31 metro local government areas and B. Housing Development which show the change in dwelling stock over various time periods. A. Housing Stock databases ALL_MELBOURNE_2012_Stock B. Housing Development databases ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2011to2012 C. The following supplementary datsets are available upon request 1. ALL_MELBOURNE_2004_Stock 2. ALL_MELBOURNE_2005_Stock 3. ALL_MELBOURNE_2006_Stock 4. ALL_MELBOURNE_2007_Stock 5. ALL_MELBOURNE_2008_Stock 6. ALL_MELBOURNE_2009_Stock 7. ALL_MELBOURNE_2010_Stock 8. ALL_MELBOURNE_2011_Stock 11. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2004to2005 12. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2005to2006 13. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2006to2007 14. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2006to2007 15. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2007to2008 16. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2008to2009 17. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2009to2010 18. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2010to2011 19. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2011to2012

  • Refer to UDP_HDD_STOCK2014 to order the dataset. The Housing Development Data (HDD) provides a comprehensive spatial inventory of all dwellings, vacant parcels of land where a dwelling may be permitted and residential development across the Melbourne metropolitan captured on an annual basis between December/January 2004 to 2012. An annual update of the data is planned. HDD is made up of two main data streams, A. Housing Stock by year which identifies number of dwellings on each parcel of land across the 31 metro local government areas and B. Housing Development which show the change in dwelling stock over various time periods. A. Housing Stock databases ALL_MELBOURNE_2012_Stock B. Housing Development databases ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2011to2012 C. The following supplementary datsets are available upon request 1. ALL_MELBOURNE_2004_Stock 2. ALL_MELBOURNE_2005_Stock 3. ALL_MELBOURNE_2006_Stock 4. ALL_MELBOURNE_2007_Stock 5. ALL_MELBOURNE_2008_Stock 6. ALL_MELBOURNE_2009_Stock 7. ALL_MELBOURNE_2010_Stock 8. ALL_MELBOURNE_2011_Stock 11. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2004to2005 12. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2005to2006 13. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2006to2007 14. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2006to2007 15. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2007to2008 16. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2008to2009 17. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2009to2010 18. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2010to2011 19. ALL_MELBOURNE_Projects2011to2012

  • This land use map has been prepared under contract with Bureau of Rural Sciences (BRS) for Murray-Darling Basin Commission (MDBC). The classification scheme followed here was the Australia Land Use Mapping (ALUM) classification version 4 (BRS, 2001). ALUM version 4 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), former DNRE regional data sets, satellite imagery from ACRES, the planning maps from Infrastructure Department, and the newly acquired field survey information. Data was sourced from 1996 to 2005. Product was independently validated. Overall accuracy is 89.27%.

  • This dataset consists of structural lineaments with a predominant WSW to ENE orientation and lesser WNW to ESE orientation for the Ovens Valley of Victoria. 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.