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  • This layer is now Obsolete. This layer is now replaced by TRP which is the Gross extent and location of coupes on an approved Timber Release Plan for the period 13 January 2011 onward. There is also the TRP_20100107 & TRP_20100813 versions which is in the Obsolete schema. Compiled from Timber Release Plan (TRP) shapefiles: - all approved harvesting, and roading areas across VicForests Planning Area - Central, Benalla-Mansfield, Central Gippsland and Dandenong FMA's 2006/07 - 2011/12 TRPs - East Gippsland and North East FMAs 2009/10 - 2014/15 TRPs

  • Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) Weather Forecast District boundaries as defined by the Weather Services Handbook (Bureau of Meteorology, 1983) and updated by Weather and Oceans Services Policy Branch decisions. The boundaries are clipped to the GeoScience Australia 1:100 000 coastline of Australia and further clipped to Victoria.

  • This dataset has been integrated with FMZ100. This dataset hasn't been updated and is now obsolete. FMZ_EG_DETAILS was last updated in 2012. Forest management planning (FMP) in Victoria aims to attain a balance between economics, conservation, and social values in managing the States forests. This may be achieved by integrated planning for multiple-use with effective public participation. The FMP process results in a zoning scheme which divides state forest into zones which can be managed for specific purposes, such as conservation or timber harvesting, whilst maintaining an overall balance between uses, and assuring the forest resource is managed sustainably.This is the detailed updated forest management zones for East Gippsland, 2008-2011.

  • Forest management planning (FMP) in Victoria aims to attain a balance between economics, conservation, and social values in managing the States forests. This may be achieved by integrated planning for multiple-use with effective public participation. The FMP process results in a zoning scheme which divides state forest into zones which can be managed for specific purposes, such as conservation or timber harvesting, whilst maintaining an overall balance between uses, and assuring the forest resource is managed sustainably.

  • Forest management planning (FMP) in Victoria aims to attain a balance between economics, conservation, and social values in managing the States forests. This may be achieved by integrated planning for multiple-use with effective public participation. The FMP process results in a zoning scheme which divides state forest into zones which can be managed for specific purposes, such as conservation or timber harvesting, whilst maintaining an overall balance between uses, and assuring the forest resource is managed sustainably.