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  • This layer has been derived from FIRE_HISTORY data and represents the spatial extent of the last fires recorded, primarily on public land. The layer stores details of the last time an area was known to be burnt by wildfire or prescribed burning and represents a consecutive overlay of all FIRE_HISTORY layers, from older fire seasons to the most recent fire seasons. The data will show fire scars but not severity. This data set is current to 2021/22 fire season.

  • Vicmap Elevation DEM 10m is a product which is a raster representation of Victoria's elevation. DEM 10m has a spatial resolution of 10 metres with respective horizontal and vertical accuracy of 12.5m and 5m or better. The DEM is constructed from source data of various resolutions, accuracies and ages to produce an improved DEM containing increased detail in localised areas. The DEMs are hydrologically enforced and correctly defines the natural surface drainage and hydrological flow. This product has been quality assured by DELWP and additional third-party consultants. Update of the dataset Vicmap Elevation DTM 10m.

  • The fire severity classification is derived from a classification of a SPOT and Landsat TM woodlands fire severity index to map the fire severity of the February 2009 Victorian bush fires using ground control and air photograph analysis provided by DSE to Ecowise for validation. The classification is the final product derived using SPOT 4/5 satellite imagery with Landsat 5 imagery used on small areas where cloud or where SPOT imagery coverage was unavailable. Five of the eight classes have been labeled based on severity classes provided with the ground survey data. The remaining classes account for vegetation structures with no specific burn severity assigned. The area covered by the classification is approximately 460 by 300 km and is clipped to the extents of the fire effected lands (approximately 400 000 hectares).

  • Recreation historic relic dataset describes historic relics suitable for public visitation (such as timber tramways, old sawmill sites etc) that are promoted for visitation. The recreation historic relics within State Forest have been captured and recorded with a Trimble Pro XR GPS and are actively promoted to the public and maintained by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. * recweb

  • This dataset presents aggregated historic fire severity classification from 1998 onward for wildfires. It currently has all of the fire sev classification done from FIRE_SEV98 to FIRE_SEV09 as well as Grampians victoria valley complex 2013 and Grampians northern complex 2014 (additional years of severity mapping will be added to this dataset as they become available). Datasets has been reclassified using the Level 2 Classification described in the Post fire Burn Classification Procedure SOP v.1.0 (FEMD, 2014). Severities for fires after 2014 have been added as fire severity mapping occurs. There severities most often use Level 3 Classification. Aggregating the old (more detailed) historic severity classes into the current broad level 2 classes is a more conservative approach than aggregating them into the current level 3 classes. . The reason for this approach is that the percentages for the degree of crown scorch do not line-up closely enough to directly transfer the old classes into the new level 3 classes. In all of the classification work documented above, canopy burn remains the highest severity level, canopy scorch is divided up in the levels below this depending on a description or percentage range. In this coverage the most resent (last burnt) severity mapping is displayed, however, where an area has had previous fire events they can be mapped out (interrogated) by using definition query or attribute query or other GIS techniques. Severity classification of non-forest areas: In 2003 (Alpine fire), 2005 (Wilson's Promontory Fire), 2006 (Grampians Ballarat and Moondarra fires), 2007 (Little Desert and Boulder Creek fires) 2009 (Kilmore - Murindindi fires) polygons have been reclassified to the following classes: Burnt = High Severity Scorched and Burnt = High Severity Partially Burnt = Medium Severity Scorched and Unburnt = Low Severity Unburnt = Unburnt Unclassified = Unclassified

  • Recreation hut dataset describes huts within State forest. The recreation huts within State Forest have been captured and recorded with a Trimble Pro XR GPS and are actively promoted to the public and maintained by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. * recweb

  • Recreation asset dataset describes assets related to recreation sites or trails (such as toilets, viewing platforms, picnic shelters etc) within State Forest. This dataset provides valuable information to promote these assets for public use as well as assisting staff in their management of these assets. All recreation assets within State Forest have been captured and recorded with a Trimble Pro XR GPS and are actively promoted to the public and maintained by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. Recreation Asset dataset endeavors to describe recreation assets within State Forest. This dataset will assist staff in their management roles and facilitate promotion to the public. All recreation facilities within State Forest have been captured and recorded with a Trimble Pro XR GPS. All facilities are actively promoted to the public and maintained by the Department of Sustainability and Environment. This dataset has been created as part of the Recreation Facilities Database project. Initial data collection commenced in December 2004 and will be completed in August 2005. New facilities will be added periodically to the dataset as required. * recweb

  • This layer has been derived from FIRE_HISTORY data and represents the spatial extent of the last fires recorded, primarily on public land. The layer stores details of the last time an area was known to be burnt by wildfire or prescribed burning and represents a consecutive overlay of all FIRE_HISTORY layers, from older fire seasons to the most recent fire seasons. This data set is current to 2021/22 fire season. There is no severity data for Gippsland in this version for season 18/19 and 19/20.

  • A derived dataset of extracted features from Vicmap TR_ROAD dataset that represents the DELWP-managed recreation track network mainly in State Forest. Recreation Tracks within State Forest dataset represents walking/cycling tracks and touring routes within State Forest. This dataset will assist staff in their management roles and facilitate promotion to the public. All tracks are actively promoted to the public and maintained by the Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning. This dataset was initially created as part of the 2004 Recreation Facilities Database project and is now actively maintained through Vicmap Roads and extracted for use with apps and asset management tools.It is regularly updated to reflect changes to our recreationals tracks (including walking, mountain biking and other tracks).

  • This layer represents the spatial extent of fires recorded since 1903 primarily on public land. The layer includes bushfires and DELWP planned burn information. Since 2006 fire severity data has been included in the Fire History dataset. CFA data on fires occurring on private land has also been included since 2009. This data set was updated in August 2022 and includes season 21/22. No severity data for Gippsland for 18/19 and 19/20 is included in this current version. This dataset presents aggregated historic fire severity classification from 1998 onward for wildfires. It currently has all of the fire sev classification done from FIRE_SEV98 to FIRE_SEV09 as well as Grampians victoria valley complex 2013 and Grampians northern complex 2014 (additional years of severity mapping will be added to this dataset as they become available). Datasets has been reclassified using the Level 2 Classification described in the Post fire Burn Classification Procedure SOP v.1.0 (FEMD, 2014). Season 2019/20 has been included except for Gippsland. Currently 2018/19 is still to be incorporated. Aggregating the old (more detailed) historic severity classes into the current broad level 2 classes is a more conservative approach than aggregating them into the current level 3 classes. . The reason for this approach is that the percentages for the degree of crown scorch do not line-up closely enough to directly transfer the old classes into the new level 3 classes. In all of the classification work documented above, canopy burn remains the highest severity level, canopy scorch is divided up in the levels below this depending on a description or percentage range. In this coverage the most resent (last burnt) severity mapping is displayed, however, where an area has had previous fire events they can be mapped out (interrogated) by using definition query or attribute query or other GIS techniques. Severity classification of non-forest areas: In 2003 (Alpine fire), 2005 (Wilson's Promontory Fire), 2006 (Grampians Ballarat and Moondarra fires), 2007 (Little Desert and Boulder Creek fires) 2009 (Kilmore - Murindindi fires) polygons have been reclassified to the following classes: Burnt = High Severity Scorched and Burnt = High Severity Partially Burnt = Medium Severity Scorched and Unburnt = Low Severity Unburnt = Unburnt Unclassified = Unclassified