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  • Polygon data delineating modelled statistical flood extents, where 'n' is a number representing the annual recurrence interval in years. For historical/actual flood extents, refer to 'Historic_extent' layer. This data is part of a group of layers depicting a range of statistical ARI extents. Current layers include 5, 10, 20, 30, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 year intervals, each in a seperate dataset. The layer called EXTENT_PMF represents areas of 'probable maximum flood' and is also part of this group. The data is statistically derived using hydrological models, historic flood extents and heights.

  • Polygon data delineating modelled statistical flood extents, where 'n' is a number representing the annual recurrence interval in years. For historical/actual flood extents, refer to 'Historic_extent' layer. This data is part of a group of layers depicting a range of statistical ARI extents. Current layers include 5, 10, 20, 30, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 year intervals, each in a seperate dataset. The layer called EXTENT_PMF represents areas of 'probable maximum flood' and is also part of this group. The data is statistically derived using hydrological models, historic flood extents and heights.

  • Polygon data delineating modelled statistical flood extents, where 'n' is a number representing the annual recurrence interval in years. For historical/actual flood extents, refer to 'Historic_extent' layer. This data is part of a group of layers depicting a range of statistical ARI extents. Current layers include 5, 10, 20, 30, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 year intervals, each in a seperate dataset. The layer called EXTENT_PMF represents areas of 'probable maximum flood' and is also part of this group. The data is statistically derived using hydrological models, historic flood extents and heights.

  • Polygon data delineating modelled statistical flood extents, where 'n' is a number representing the annual recurrence interval in years. For historical/actual flood extents, refer to 'Historic_extent' layer. This data is part of a group of layers depicting a range of statistical ARI extents. Current layers include 5, 10, 20, 30, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 year intervals, each in a seperate dataset. The layer called EXTENT_PMF represents areas of 'probable maximum flood' and is also part of this group. The data is statistically derived using hydrological models, historic flood extents and heights.

  • Polygon data delineating modelled statistical flood extents, where 'n' is a number representing the annual recurrence interval in years. For historical/actual flood extents, refer to 'Historic_extent' layer. This data is part of a group of layers depicting a range of statistical ARI extents. Current layers include 5, 10, 20, 30, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 year intervals, each in a seperate dataset. The layer called EXTENT_PMF represents areas of 'probable maximum flood' and is also part of this group. The data is statistically derived using hydrological models, historic flood extents and heights.

  • Polygon data delineating modelled statistical flood extents, where 'n' is a number representing the annual recurrence interval in years. For historical/actual flood extents, refer to 'Historic_extent' layer. This data is part of a group of layers depicting a range of statistical ARI extents. Current layers include 5, 10, 20, 30, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 year intervals, each in a seperate dataset. The layer called EXTENT_PMF represents areas of 'probable maximum flood' and is also part of this group. The data is statistically derived using hydrological models, historic flood extents and heights.

  • Polygon data delineating modelled statistical flood extents, where 'n' is a number representing the annual recurrence interval in years. For historical/actual flood extents, refer to 'Historic_extent' layer. This data is part of a group of layers depicting a range of statistical ARI extents. Current layers include 5, 10, 20, 30, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 year intervals, each in a seperate dataset. The layer called EXTENT_PMF represents areas of 'probable maximum flood' and is also part of this group. The data is statistically derived using hydrological models, historic flood extents and heights.

  • Part of the Victoria Flood Database product ANZVI0803004341, refer to its metadata. Probable maximum flood height contours

  • This layer contains information from multiple flood studies undertaken until 2014. It will be updated as new information is available from more recent flood studies. The data is statistically derived using hydrological models depicting the 1 in 10 year ARI (or 10% AEP) scenario and historic flood extents. This is Polygon data or a Shapefile.

  • Polygon data delineating modelled statistical flood extent. For historical/actual flood extents, refer to 'Historic_extent' layer. Probable maximum flood is used instead of annual recurrence interval (ARI) when it is likely that flood extents will not exceed the boundaries mapped. This would only occur where topography or substantial flood structures limits flood extents. There is very little data in this layer, as most flood extents are represented as one of the ARI layers. This data is part of a group of layers depicting a range of statistical ARI extents. Current layers include 5, 10, 20, 30, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 year intervals, each in a seperate dataset. The layer called EXTENT_PMF represents areas of 'probable maximum flood' and is also part of this group. The data is statistically derived using hydrological models, historic flood extents and heights.