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  • This layer contains line features which represent depth contours (bathymetry) in Corner Inlet.

  • This layer contains polygons defining the spatial extent, species distribution and density of seagrass meadows within Anderson Inlet mapped from 1999 aerial photography and ground-truthing.

  • This layer presents the spatial extent, species distribution and density of seagrass meadows at Corner Inlet and Nooramunga mapped from 1998 aerial photography and field observations.

  • A coastal trace describing the coast in terms of the nature of coast line compostion

  • This layer contains polygons defining the spatial extent, species distribution and density of seagrass meadows within Sydenham Inlet mapped from 1999 aerial photography and ground-truthing.

  • Groundwater Flow Systems (GFS) have been developed in the National Land and Water Resources Audit as a framework for dryland salinity management in Australia. Originally developed in a broad national context, GFS has since been applied at the Murray Darling Basin scale and consequently CMA scale to support and underpin the development of salinity management strategies across regional jurisdictions. GFS250 joins the mapping for the Victorian CMAs where a GFS framework has been developed, and presents a statewide map with a consistent attribute set. The GFS framework encompasses: (a) identification of generalised conceptual models of groundwater behaviour in each of the region's geological and geomorphic provinces, (b) an assessment of the physical attributes of each system, and (c) first order consideration of potential salinity management strategies applicable within each GFS. A GFS will exhibit similar physical characteristics across its extent, and generally incorporate the complete groundwater flow path from recharge to discharge. Central to the framework is the assessment of the hydrogeological responsiveness of a GFS that guides appropriate land use to assist in the management of salinity. The development GFS framework for a region is typically undertaken through intense workshopping involving local expertise, then this documented in a regional GFS map and accompanying report. The linking of regional GFSs into GFS250 was undertaken by PIRVic and funded through NAP.

  • The dataset is a subset of Minerals and Petroleum's BORES dataset and contains geological data from Minerals and Petroleum's boreholes RDBMS. The dataset contains any borehole records which have lithological, stratigraphic or assay data as well as any borehole records where the purpose was recorded as being minerals-related.

  • This layer features the area cells used to record Catch and Effort data for the Gippsland Lakes commercial fisheries since April 1998. This layer is also used by the Gippsland Lakes and Gippsland Lakes (Mussel Dive) fisheries.

  • This layer features the area cells used to record Catch and Effort data for the Bass Strait commercial fisheries since April 1998. This layer is used by the Ocean - General, Ocean Purse Seine, Ocean Scallop and Trawl - Inshore fisheries, and is based on divisions of 10 minutes latitude by 10 minutes longitude.

  • This layer contains polygon features which represent depth zones in Bass Strait.