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  • This dataset is a definitive view of native vegetation extent and condition across Melbourne’s VC68 urban growth areas and incomplete Precinct planning areas within the Melbourne Urban Growth Boundary, time-stamped as at 13 December 2012. The area covered by the timestamping dataset aligns with the extent of the Biodiversity Conservation Strategy (BCS) for Melbourne’s Growth Corridors (DSE 2012). This dataset wholly replaces the previously released NV2011_TS_GA and includes the following changes: -inclusion of Number of Large and Very Large Trees in Surveyed remnant Patches -Remnant Patches have new Unique IDs to remedy issues in previous dataset The dataset only provides a view of native vegetation within the extent outlined above. Where a parcel is partially within the extent, the view of native vegetation only applies to areas applicable within the BCS.

  • Geophysical Magnetic Unit - Polygons

  • Box-Ironbark Forests and Woodlands Investigation Study Area Boundary - for the Environment Conservation Council. The Minister, under Section 17 of the Environment Conservation Council Act 1997 required the Environment Conservation Council to carry out an investigation of Victoria’s Box-Ironbark Forests and Woodlands occurring on public land in northern Victoria. The area to be investigated is the box ironbark ecosystem stretching from the Grampians in the west to Wodonga in the north-east.

  • Strip Ratio Maps The following ten strip ratio maps were generated accross the 2011 Coal model area: to Yallourn seam floor; to Morwell 1a seam floor; to Morwell 1b seam floor; to Morwell 2a seam floor; to Morwell 2a seam floor; to Traralgon seam floor; to 200m depth; to 300m depth; to 400m depth; and to 500m depth. Maps show vertical striping ratio expressed as coal tonnes to waste cubic metres. Seam floor maps are calculated to the floor of the specified seam (or lowest split); or lowest overlying seam if this seam is absent. Depth maps are calculated to the lowest seamfloor that is shallower than the specified depth. The model is based on a pre-mine topography and substantial coal has already been extracted. <a href=&#09;http://er-info.dpi.vic.gov.au/publications/documentation/geovic_3/earth_resources/coal_model_modelled_seam_descriptions_2011.html&#09;>Link to Further Coal Seam model Information</a> <a href=&#09;http://geology.data.vic.gov.au/CoalResource/&#09;>Link to Coal Model Data (works in firefox , but not internet explorer)</a>

  • Coal (tonne) to Waste (bcm) ratio.

  • The average coal seam quality distributions were generated across the 2011 Coal model area for the : Yallournseam and splits; Morwell 1a seam and splits; Morwell 1b seam and splits; Morwell 2a seam; Morwell 2b seam; Traralgon seam and splits. For each area the following measures were taken: Total Iron % Dry Basis (iron) Acid Extractible Sodium % Dry Basis (sodium) Moisture % In situ (moisture) Net Wet Specific Energy MJ per kg In situ (nwse) Total Ash % Dry Basis (ash) Sulphur % Dry Basis (sulphur) <a href=&#09;http://geology.data.vic.gov.au/CoalResource/&#09;>Link to Coal Model Data (works in firefox , but not internet explorer)</a>

  • Withdrawn Applications for Exploration Licences

  • Coal seam isopach. contoured at 10 m. <a href=&#09;http://er-info.dpi.vic.gov.au/publications/documentation/geovic_3/earth_resources/coal_model_modelled_seam_descriptions_2011.html&#09;>Link to Further Coal Seam model Information</a> <a href=&#09;http://geology.data.vic.gov.au/CoalResource/&#09;>Link to Coal Model Data (works in firefox , but not internet explorer)</a>