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  • The Gippsland Lakes Local Coastal Hazard Assessment (LCHA) provides information on the extent of coastal hazards and their physical impacts for the Gippsland Lakes coastal environment. This data represents the extent of the 1% Average Exceedance Probability (AEP) water level within the Gippsland Lakes, incorporating a +0.2m increase in mean sea level (MSL) conditions based on hydrodynamic modelling. The 1% AEP water level conditions comprise of a combination of catchment generated inflows, coastal ocean levels and wind setup. Details of the assumptions made in the derivation of this information can be found in project reports on the Our Coast website: http://www.ourcoast.org.au/cb_pages/resources.php. Users of this information should read these project reports to understand the limitations of the data.

  • The Bellarine-Corio Bay Local Coastal Hazard Assessment (LCHA) provides information on the extent of coastal hazards and their physical impacts for the Bellarine-Corio Bay coastal environment. Dynamic inundation modelling was carried out to create this data layer for 1% Annual Exceedance Probability (AEP) coastal inundation under the assumption of 0 m Sea Level Rise in 2016 ("High Flow" scenario, for the following study areas along the coast of the Bellarine Peninsula and Greater Geelong area: Barwon Heads / Lake Connewarre; Breamlea; Newcomb; and Queenscliff / Lakers Cutting. Details of the assumptions made in the derivation of this information can be found in project reports on the Our Coast website: http://www.ourcoast.org.au/cb_pages/resources.php. Users of this information should read these project reports to understand the limitations of the data. Attribute Information: Max_d - Maximum depth (m); max_s - Maximum velocity (m/s); max_vxd - Velocity*Depth Criteria; max_wse - Maximuum water surface elevation (mAHD).

  • The Bellarine-Corio Bay Local Coastal Hazard Assessment (LCHA) provides information on the extent of coastal hazards and their physical impacts for the Bellarine-Corio Bay coastal environment. Dynamic inundation modelling was carried out to create this data layer for 1% Annual Exceedance Probability (AEP) coastal inundation under the assumption of 0 m Sea Level Rise in 2016, for the following study areas along the coast of the Bellarine Peninsula and Greater Geelong area: Barwon Heads / Lake Connewarre; Breamlea; Newcomb; and Queenscliff / Lakers Cutting. Details of the assumptions made in the derivation of this information can be found in project reports on the Our Coast website: http://www.ourcoast.org.au/cb_pages/resources.php. Users of this information should read these project reports to understand the limitations of the data. Attribute Information: Max_d - Maximum depth (m); max_s - Maximum velocity (m/s); max_vxd - Velocity*Depth Criteria; max_wse - Maximuum water surface elevation (mAHD).

  • The Bellarine-Corio Bay Local Coastal Hazard Assessment (LCHA) provides information on the extent of coastal hazards and their physical impacts for the Bellarine-Corio Bay coastal environment. Dynamic inundation modelling was carried out to create this data layer for 1% Annual Exceedance Probability (AEP) coastal inundation under the assumption of 1.4 m Sea Level Rise in 2016 ("High Flow" scenario, for the following study areas along the coast of the Bellarine Peninsula and Greater Geelong area: Barwon Heads / Lake Connewarre; Breamlea; Newcomb; and Queenscliff / Lakers Cutting. Details of the assumptions made in the derivation of this information can be found in project reports on the Our Coast website: http://www.ourcoast.org.au/cb_pages/resources.php. Users of this information should read these project reports to understand the limitations of the data. Attribute Information: Max_d - Maximum depth (m); max_s - Maximum velocity (m/s); max_vxd - Velocity*Depth Criteria; max_wse - Maximuum water surface elevation (mAHD).

  • The Bellarine-Corio Bay Local Coastal Hazard Assessment (LCHA) provides information on the extent of coastal hazards and their physical impacts for the Bellarine-Corio Bay coastal environment. Dynamic inundation modelling was carried out to create this data layer for 1% Annual Exceedance Probability (AEP) coastal inundation under the assumption of 0.8 m Sea Level Rise in 2016 ("High Flow" scenario, for the following study areas along the coast of the Bellarine Peninsula and Greater Geelong area: Barwon Heads / Lake Connewarre; Breamlea; Newcomb; and Queenscliff / Lakers Cutting. Details of the assumptions made in the derivation of this information can be found in project reports on the Our Coast website: http://www.ourcoast.org.au/cb_pages/resources.php. Users of this information should read these project reports to understand the limitations of the data. Attribute Information: Max_d - Maximum depth (m); max_s - Maximum velocity (m/s); max_vxd - Velocity*Depth Criteria; max_wse - Maximuum water surface elevation (mAHD).

  • The Bellarine-Corio Bay Local Coastal Hazard Assessment (LCHA) provides information on the extent of coastal hazards and their physical impacts for the Bellarine-Corio Bay coastal environment. Dynamic inundation modelling was carried out to create this data layer for 1% Annual Exceedance Probability (AEP) coastal inundation under the assumption of 0.5 m Sea Level Rise in 2016, for the following study areas along the coast of the Bellarine Peninsula and Greater Geelong area: Barwon Heads / Lake Connewarre; Breamlea; Newcomb; and Queenscliff / Lakers Cutting. Details of the assumptions made in the derivation of this information can be found in project reports on the Our Coast website: http://www.ourcoast.org.au/cb_pages/resources.php. Users of this information should read these project reports to understand the limitations of the data. Attribute Information: Max_d - Maximum depth (m); max_s - Maximum velocity (m/s); max_vxd - Velocity*Depth Criteria; max_wse - Maximuum water surface elevation (mAHD).

  • The Bellarine-Corio Bay Local Coastal Hazard Assessment (LCHA) provides information on the extent of coastal hazards and their physical impacts for the Bellarine-Corio Bay coastal environment. Dynamic inundation modelling was carried out to create this data layer for 1% Annual Exceedance Probability (AEP) coastal inundation under the assumption of 1.4 m Sea Level Rise in 2016, for the following study areas along the coast of the Bellarine Peninsula and Greater Geelong area: Barwon Heads / Lake Connewarre; Breamlea; Newcomb; and Queenscliff / Lakers Cutting. Details of the assumptions made in the derivation of this information can be found in project reports on the Our Coast website: http://www.ourcoast.org.au/cb_pages/resources.php. Users of this information should read these project reports to understand the limitations of the data. Attribute Information: Max_d - Maximum depth (m); max_s - Maximum velocity (m/s); max_vxd - Velocity*Depth Criteria; max_wse - Maximuum water surface elevation (mAHD).

  • The Bellarine-Corio Bay Local Coastal Hazard Assessment (LCHA) provides information on the extent of coastal hazards and their physical impacts for the Bellarine-Corio Bay coastal environment. Dynamic inundation modelling was carried out to create this data layer for 1% Annual Exceedance Probability (AEP) coastal inundation under the assumption of 1.1m Sea Level Rise in 2016, for the following study areas along the coast of the Bellarine Peninsula and Greater Geelong area: Barwon Heads / Lake Connewarre; Breamlea; Newcomb; and Queenscliff / Lakers Cutting. Details of the assumptions made in the derivation of this information can be found in project reports on the Our Coast website: http://www.ourcoast.org.au/cb_pages/resources.php. Users of this information should read these project reports to understand the limitations of the data. Attribute Information: Max_d - Maximum depth (m); max_s - Maximum velocity (m/s); max_vxd - Velocity*Depth Criteria; max_wse - Maximuum water surface elevation (mAHD).

  • The Bellarine-Corio Bay Local Coastal Hazard Assessment (LCHA) provides information on the extent of coastal hazards and their physical impacts for the Bellarine-Corio Bay coastal environment. Static (bathtub) inundation modelling was carried out to create this data layer for 1% Annual Exceedance Probability (AEP) coastal inundation under the assumption of 0.8m Sea Level Rise in 2016, for the following study areas along the coast of the Bellarine Peninsula and Greater Geelong area: Avalon; Breamlea; Connewarre Lake; Geelong Waterfront; Indented Head; Limeburners Lagoon; Newcomb; North Geelong; Portarlington; Queenscliff; Salt Lake; Sands Caravan Park; St Leonards; and Swan Bay. Details of the assumptions made in the derivation of this information can be found in project reports on the Our Coast website: http://www.ourcoast.org.au/cb_pages/resources.php. Users of this information should read these project reports to understand the limitations of the data. Units are in mAHD

  • The Western Port Local Coastal Hazard Assessment (LCHA) provides information on the extent of coastal hazards and their physical impacts for the Western Port coastal environment. Information has been collected on inundation hazards (storm surge and catchment inflows) using modelling for different sea level rise scenarios. This data represents the extent of storm tide inundation for the 1% Average Exceedance Probability (AEP) storm tide with the +0.5m sea level rise scenario (based on hydrodynamic modelling). Details of the assumptions made in the derivation of this information can be found in project reports on the Our Coast website: http://www.ourcoast.org.au/cb_pages/resources.php. Users of this information should read these project reports to understand the limitations of the data.