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  • Last updated: November 2018 This dataset represents the spatial extent of prescribed burns planned for ignition and associated mechanical and vegetation works on Public Land in Victoria. This data is prepared annually for prescribed burns planned for the immediate three-year period. This dataset is now the joint fuel management plan and now includes the CFA burns as well as VicForest coupe burns.

  • Landcare boundaries as a statewide coverage. This layer will be changing over time depending on new groups and amalgamations. The view is to update the dataset in a 2 year cycle. This is the 2015 update. The boundaries were created using the best available information They may overlap and are an approximate area of interest only. Please contact your Regional Landcare Co-ordinator to update or add your group boundary: Corangamite (03) 5232 9100 East Gippsland (03) 5152 0600 Glenelg Hopkins (03) 5771 2526 Goulburn Broken (03) 5736 0100 Mallee (03) 5051 4377 North Central (03) 5448 7124 North East (02) 6043 7600 Port Phillip and Western Port (03) 8781 7900 West Gippsland 1300 094 262

  • Landcare boundaries as a statewide coverage. This layer will be changing over time depending on new networks and amalgamations. . This is the 2015 update The boundaries were created using the best available information They may overlap and are an approximate area of interest only. Please contact your Regional Landcare Co-ordinator to update or add your group boundary: Corangamite (03) 5232 9100 East Gippsland (03) 5152 0600 Glenelg Hopkins (03) 5771 2526 Goulburn Broken (03) 5736 0100 Mallee (03) 5051 4377 North Central (03) 5448 7124 North East (02) 6043 7600 Port Phillip and Western Port (03) 8781 7900 West Gippsland 1300 094 262

  • See UDP_HDD_STOCK2016 This layer provides an annual view of residential dwellings for Metropolitan Melbourne defined by the 31 local government areas. Dwelling information is assigned to polygons representing Victoria's land parcels for the particular year. Key fields include: Number of residential dwellings on a parcel; parcel size, whether a parcel is vacant, whether construction activity is present, and the street address. Polygon information is sourced from the Parcel View - Vicmap Property dataset (VMPROP_PARCEL_VIEW).

  • The Victorian Land Use Information System (VLUIS) 2016/17 dataset has been created by the Spatial Information Sciences Group of the Agriculture Victoria Research in the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport, and Resources. It covers the entire landmass of Victoria and separately describes the land tenure, land use and land cover across the state at the cadastral parcel level. The methodology for creating the VLUIS is described in Morse-McNabb et al. (2015) with the following notable changes: 1. Land use data provided by the Office of the Valuer-General of Victoria for the 2014 year has been used as a base input. Readily available sources of land use information from government and industry have been used to provide updates to the land tenure and land use components of the 2016/17 dataset. The source dataset and source date are recorded for each parcel. The land cover mapping method remains unchanged to previous versions of the VLUIS. 2. The Australian Land Use and Management (ALUM) Classification, version 8, has been added to the attribute table. The VLUIS land use code fields have been translated across to the ALUM classification. Version 8 has been used you can find the ALUM Classification on the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources ABARES ALUM page: http://www.agriculture.gov.au/abares/aclump/land-use/alum-classification. 3. Land parcels within urban areas, mapped in previous versions, have been masked out and have been renamed as Built Up Areas vastly reducing the size of the 2016/17 dataset. Land cover for Built Up Areas (LC_CODE = BUILT) is listed as null. 4. Road reserves and road parcels have been merged together and renamed Voids. Land cover for Voids (LC_CODE = VOID) is listed as null. 5. Parcels <12.5 hectares: land cover has not been attributed as the resolution of MODIS cannot support classifications of polygons smaller than 12.5 hectares. The data is in the form of an ESRI feature class. To use the VLUIS data correctly it is important to understand the difference between the three components of VLUIS. The Guidelines for land use mapping in Australia: principles, procedures and definitions, Edition 3 published in 2006 by the Commonwealth of Australia, defines them as follows: Land tenure is the form of an interest in land. Some forms of tenure (such as pastoral leases or nature conservation reserves) relate directly to land use and land management practice. Land use means the purpose to which the land cover is committed. Some land uses, such as agriculture, have a characteristic land cover pattern. These usually appear in land cover classifications. Other land uses, such as nature conservation, are not readily discriminated by a characteristic land cover pattern. For example, where the land cover is woodland, land use may be timber production or nature conservation. Land cover refers to the physical surface of the earth, including various combinations of vegetation types, soils, exposed rocks and water bodies as well as anthropogenic elements, such as agriculture and built environments. Land cover classes can usually be discriminated by characteristic patterns using remote sensing. A metadata statement, for the VLUIS product, and ESRI symbology files for the data can be freely downloaded from the VLUIS project page on the Victorian Resources Online website: http://vro.agriculture.vic.gov.au/dpi/vro/vrosite.nsf/pages/vluis DOI 10.26279/5b96043f7bd02

  • Dam locatons in Victoria

  • A second-pass state-wide assessment of erosion and inundation hazards resulting from future climate change scenarios to inform the Victorian Coastal Monitoring Program.

  • A second-pass state-wide assessment of erosion and inundation hazards resulting from future climate change scenarios to inform the Victorian Coastal Monitoring Program.

  • A second-pass state-wide assessment of erosion and inundation hazards resulting from future climate change scenarios to inform the Victorian Coastal Monitoring Program.

  • A second-pass state-wide assessment of erosion and inundation hazards resulting from future climate change scenarios to inform the Victorian Coastal Monitoring Program.