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  • The Target landscape map ranks locations in Victoria according to their potential to concurrently deliver biodiversity and carbon benefits. A very high rank means that revegetation will deliver very high benefits for carbon and very high benefits for biodiversity. Revegetation in a moderate rank location will deliver at least a moderate benefit for both carbon and biodiversity but may deliver a high or very high benefit for either carbon or biodiversity. Last revision January 2024

  • The 'NVRM_mapping_extent' dataset represents the area in which users of the NVR Map application are permitted to draw or upload native vegetation removal and offset features. This is the total extend of the models and maps that underpin the calculation of offset units in NVR Map.

  • The Biodiversity Value Rank was developed from DELWP Strategic Management Prospects revegetation benefit models that predicts the benefits of suitable revegetation to 4,200 species and preferences connectivity. Last revision January 2024

  • BushBank project ground photo location, within the project boundary (BUSHBANK_Project), for storage of site progression photographs.

  • The Carbon Value Rank was developed from the carbon sequestration and storage potential of different vegetation types using modelled extent of Ecological Vegetation Classes in 1750 and the typical canopy structure. Last revision March 2022

  • The Port Phillip Bay Coastal Hazard Assessment (the product) is a digital dataset consisting of multiple spatial layer outputs from modelled erosion, inundation and groundwater hazard scenarios. The product is recommended for use at the regional scale around Port Phillip Bay. Application of the data should be guided by the accompanying Port Phillip Bay hazard assessment technical reports (CSIRO 2022, Water Technology 2023, Kennedy 2022) and expert advice. The product is not suitable for individual property scale assessments. The datasets available are as follows. Further detail on technical assumptions for these scenarios are provided in the accompanying technical reports. Additional data sets referenced in the reports are also available on request. Storm tide inundation Storm tide inundation extents for the 1% Annual Exceedance Probability (AEP) for a range of Sea Level Rise (SLR) scenarios (0m, 0.5m, 0.8m, 1.1m): - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_00SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_05SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_08SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_11SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_14SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_00SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_05SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_08SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_11SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_14SLR_WITHRAINFALL Storm tide inundation extents for each SLR scenario are presented as a combined vector layer that incorporates the modelled 95th, 50th, and 5th percentiles. Erosion Erosion extents for the 1%AEP for a range of Sea Level Rise (SLR) scenarios (0m, 0.2m, 0.5m, 0.8m, 1.1m). - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2010_00SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2040_02SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2070_05SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2100_08SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2100_11SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2100_14SLR Erosion hazard extents are the modelled 95th percentile. Sea level of 0m as of 2010. Groundwater Groundwater extents indicating where the hazard is shallow (within 0 to 2m below land surface) for a range of Sea Level Rise (SLR) scenarios (0m, 0.2m, 0.5m, 0.8m): - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_00SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_02SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_05SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_08SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_11SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_14SLR Shallow groundwater extent layer is derived from the groundwater depth raster. Report Citations: CSIRO - McInnes, K.L., O’Grady, J.O., Prakash, M., Dahlhaus, P., Rosengren, N.J., Hoeke, R.K., Lauchlan Arrowsmith, C., Hernaman, V., Cohen, R., Seers, B., Chen, Y., Walters, D., Couto, P., Trenham, C., Forbes-Smith, N. Gregory, R., Hemer, M. and Power, R. (2022) Port Phillip Bay Coastal Hazard Assessment: Final Report. Report to Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. 236 pages + 11 Appendices. Water Technology (2023) Erosion Hazard Summary Report, Port Phillip Bay Coastal Erosion Hazards, Report to Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action Kennedy, D. M. (2022), Tertiary Coastal Compartments in Port Phillip Bay: Review, Definition and Methodology, Report to Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action. School of Geography, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, The University of Melbourne.

  • The Port Phillip Bay Coastal Hazard Assessment (the product) is a digital dataset consisting of multiple spatial layer outputs from modelled erosion, inundation and groundwater hazard scenarios. The product is recommended for use at the regional scale around Port Phillip Bay. Application of the data should be guided by the accompanying Port Phillip Bay hazard assessment technical reports (CSIRO 2022, Water Technology 2023, Kennedy 2022) and expert advice. The product is not suitable for individual property scale assessments. The datasets available are as follows. Further detail on technical assumptions for these scenarios are provided in the accompanying technical reports. Additional data sets referenced in the reports are also available on request. Storm tide inundation Storm tide inundation extents for the 1% Annual Exceedance Probability (AEP) for a range of Sea Level Rise (SLR) scenarios (0m, 0.5m, 0.8m, 1.1m): - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_00SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_05SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_08SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_11SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_14SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_00SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_05SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_08SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_11SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_14SLR_WITHRAINFALL Storm tide inundation extents for each SLR scenario are presented as a combined vector layer that incorporates the modelled 95th, 50th, and 5th percentiles. Erosion Erosion extents for the 1%AEP for a range of Sea Level Rise (SLR) scenarios (0m, 0.2m, 0.5m, 0.8m, 1.1m). - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2010_00SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2040_02SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2070_05SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2100_08SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2100_11SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2100_14SLR Erosion hazard extents are the modelled 95th percentile. Sea level of 0m as of 2010. Groundwater Groundwater extents indicating where the hazard is shallow (within 0 to 2m below land surface) for a range of Sea Level Rise (SLR) scenarios (0m, 0.2m, 0.5m, 0.8m): - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_00SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_02SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_05SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_08SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_11SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_14SLR Shallow groundwater extent layer is derived from the groundwater depth raster. Report Citations: CSIRO - McInnes, K.L., O’Grady, J.O., Prakash, M., Dahlhaus, P., Rosengren, N.J., Hoeke, R.K., Lauchlan Arrowsmith, C., Hernaman, V., Cohen, R., Seers, B., Chen, Y., Walters, D., Couto, P., Trenham, C., Forbes-Smith, N. Gregory, R., Hemer, M. and Power, R. (2022) Port Phillip Bay Coastal Hazard Assessment: Final Report. Report to Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. 236 pages + 11 Appendices. Water Technology (2023) Erosion Hazard Summary Report, Port Phillip Bay Coastal Erosion Hazards, Report to Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action Kennedy, D. M. (2022), Tertiary Coastal Compartments in Port Phillip Bay: Review, Definition and Methodology, Report to Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action. School of Geography, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, The University of Melbourne.

  • The Port Phillip Bay Coastal Hazard Assessment (the product) is a digital dataset consisting of multiple spatial layer outputs from modelled erosion, inundation and groundwater hazard scenarios. The product is recommended for use at the regional scale around Port Phillip Bay. Application of the data should be guided by the accompanying Port Phillip Bay hazard assessment technical reports (CSIRO 2022, Water Technology 2023, Kennedy 2022) and expert advice. The product is not suitable for individual property scale assessments. The datasets available are as follows. Further detail on technical assumptions for these scenarios are provided in the accompanying technical reports. Additional data sets referenced in the reports are also available on request. Storm tide inundation Storm tide inundation extents for the 1% Annual Exceedance Probability (AEP) for a range of Sea Level Rise (SLR) scenarios (0m, 0.5m, 0.8m, 1.1m): - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_00SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_05SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_08SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_11SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_14SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_00SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_05SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_08SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_11SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_14SLR_WITHRAINFALL Storm tide inundation extents for each SLR scenario are presented as a combined vector layer that incorporates the modelled 95th, 50th, and 5th percentiles. Erosion Erosion extents for the 1%AEP for a range of Sea Level Rise (SLR) scenarios (0m, 0.2m, 0.5m, 0.8m, 1.1m). - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2010_00SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2040_02SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2070_05SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2100_08SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2100_11SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2100_14SLR Erosion hazard extents are the modelled 95th percentile. Sea level of 0m as of 2010. Groundwater Groundwater extents indicating where the hazard is shallow (within 0 to 2m below land surface) for a range of Sea Level Rise (SLR) scenarios (0m, 0.2m, 0.5m, 0.8m): - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_00SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_02SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_05SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_08SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_11SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_14SLR Shallow groundwater extent layer is derived from the groundwater depth raster. Report Citations: CSIRO - McInnes, K.L., O’Grady, J.O., Prakash, M., Dahlhaus, P., Rosengren, N.J., Hoeke, R.K., Lauchlan Arrowsmith, C., Hernaman, V., Cohen, R., Seers, B., Chen, Y., Walters, D., Couto, P., Trenham, C., Forbes-Smith, N. Gregory, R., Hemer, M. and Power, R. (2022) Port Phillip Bay Coastal Hazard Assessment: Final Report. Report to Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. 236 pages + 11 Appendices. Water Technology (2023) Erosion Hazard Summary Report, Port Phillip Bay Coastal Erosion Hazards, Report to Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action Kennedy, D. M. (2022), Tertiary Coastal Compartments in Port Phillip Bay: Review, Definition and Methodology, Report to Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action. School of Geography, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, The University of Melbourne.

  • The Port Phillip Bay Coastal Hazard Assessment (the product) is a digital dataset consisting of multiple spatial layer outputs from modelled erosion, inundation and groundwater hazard scenarios. The product is recommended for use at the regional scale around Port Phillip Bay. Application of the data should be guided by the accompanying Port Phillip Bay hazard assessment technical reports (CSIRO 2022, Water Technology 2023, Kennedy 2022) and expert advice. The product is not suitable for individual property scale assessments. The datasets available are as follows. Further detail on technical assumptions for these scenarios are provided in the accompanying technical reports. Additional data sets referenced in the reports are also available on request. Storm tide inundation Storm tide inundation extents for the 1% Annual Exceedance Probability (AEP) for a range of Sea Level Rise (SLR) scenarios (0m, 0.5m, 0.8m, 1.1m): - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_00SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_05SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_08SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_11SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_14SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_00SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_05SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_08SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_11SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_14SLR_WITHRAINFALL Storm tide inundation extents for each SLR scenario are presented as a combined vector layer that incorporates the modelled 95th, 50th, and 5th percentiles. Erosion Erosion extents for the 1%AEP for a range of Sea Level Rise (SLR) scenarios (0m, 0.2m, 0.5m, 0.8m, 1.1m). - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2010_00SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2040_02SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2070_05SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2100_08SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2100_11SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2100_14SLR Erosion hazard extents are the modelled 95th percentile. Sea level of 0m as of 2010. Groundwater Groundwater extents indicating where the hazard is shallow (within 0 to 2m below land surface) for a range of Sea Level Rise (SLR) scenarios (0m, 0.2m, 0.5m, 0.8m): - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_00SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_02SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_05SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_08SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_11SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_14SLR Shallow groundwater extent layer is derived from the groundwater depth raster. Report Citations: CSIRO - McInnes, K.L., O’Grady, J.O., Prakash, M., Dahlhaus, P., Rosengren, N.J., Hoeke, R.K., Lauchlan Arrowsmith, C., Hernaman, V., Cohen, R., Seers, B., Chen, Y., Walters, D., Couto, P., Trenham, C., Forbes-Smith, N. Gregory, R., Hemer, M. and Power, R. (2022) Port Phillip Bay Coastal Hazard Assessment: Final Report. Report to Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. 236 pages + 11 Appendices. Water Technology (2023) Erosion Hazard Summary Report, Port Phillip Bay Coastal Erosion Hazards, Report to Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action Kennedy, D. M. (2022), Tertiary Coastal Compartments in Port Phillip Bay: Review, Definition and Methodology, Report to Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action. School of Geography, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, The University of Melbourne.

  • The Port Phillip Bay Coastal Hazard Assessment (the product) is a digital dataset consisting of multiple spatial layer outputs from modelled erosion, inundation and groundwater hazard scenarios. The product is recommended for use at the regional scale around Port Phillip Bay. Application of the data should be guided by the accompanying Port Phillip Bay hazard assessment technical reports (CSIRO 2022, Water Technology 2023, Kennedy 2022) and expert advice. The product is not suitable for individual property scale assessments. The datasets available are as follows. Further detail on technical assumptions for these scenarios are provided in the accompanying technical reports. Additional data sets referenced in the reports are also available on request. Storm tide inundation Storm tide inundation extents for the 1% Annual Exceedance Probability (AEP) for a range of Sea Level Rise (SLR) scenarios (0m, 0.5m, 0.8m, 1.1m): - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_00SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_05SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_08SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_11SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_14SLR - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_00SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_05SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_08SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_11SLR_WITHRAINFALL - PPBCHA_INUNDATION_EXTENT_1AEP_14SLR_WITHRAINFALL Storm tide inundation extents for each SLR scenario are presented as a combined vector layer that incorporates the modelled 95th, 50th, and 5th percentiles. Erosion Erosion extents for the 1%AEP for a range of Sea Level Rise (SLR) scenarios (0m, 0.2m, 0.5m, 0.8m, 1.1m). - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2010_00SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2040_02SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2070_05SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2100_08SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2100_11SLR - PPBCHA_EROSION_EXTENT_1AEP_2100_14SLR Erosion hazard extents are the modelled 95th percentile. Sea level of 0m as of 2010. Groundwater Groundwater extents indicating where the hazard is shallow (within 0 to 2m below land surface) for a range of Sea Level Rise (SLR) scenarios (0m, 0.2m, 0.5m, 0.8m): - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_00SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_02SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_05SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_08SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_11SLR - PPBCHA_GROUNDWATER_EXTENT_SHALLOW_14SLR Shallow groundwater extent layer is derived from the groundwater depth raster. Report Citations: CSIRO - McInnes, K.L., O’Grady, J.O., Prakash, M., Dahlhaus, P., Rosengren, N.J., Hoeke, R.K., Lauchlan Arrowsmith, C., Hernaman, V., Cohen, R., Seers, B., Chen, Y., Walters, D., Couto, P., Trenham, C., Forbes-Smith, N. Gregory, R., Hemer, M. and Power, R. (2022) Port Phillip Bay Coastal Hazard Assessment: Final Report. Report to Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. 236 pages + 11 Appendices. Water Technology (2023) Erosion Hazard Summary Report, Port Phillip Bay Coastal Erosion Hazards, Report to Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action Kennedy, D. M. (2022), Tertiary Coastal Compartments in Port Phillip Bay: Review, Definition and Methodology, Report to Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action. School of Geography, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, The University of Melbourne.