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  • Energy use profiles support effective planning and targeting of energy saving and decarbonising energy supply programs and community engagement. The Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) has developed energy consumption profiles for Victorian Local Government Areas. This tool transforms postcode-level source data provided by the Victorian energy distributors into consumption profiles across the municipality. It provides a profile of energy use by SLA for households across the municipality. Year to year comparisons can show changing patterns of energy use for households and on a per capita and per household basis. The tool also has the capacity to incorporate Commercial and Industrial energy use and trends over time.

  • Energy use profiles support effective planning and targeting of energy saving and decarbonising energy supply programs and community engagement. The Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) has developed energy consumption profiles for Victorian Local Government Areas. This tool transforms postcode-level source data provided by the Victorian energy distributors into consumption profiles across the municipality. It provides a profile of energy use by SLA for households across the municipality. Year to year comparisons can show changing patterns of energy use for households and on a per capita and per household basis. The tool also has the capacity to incorporate Commercial and Industrial energy use and trends over time.

  • Energy use profiles support effective planning and targeting of energy saving and decarbonising energy supply programs and community engagement. The Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) has developed energy consumption profiles for Victorian Local Government Areas. This tool transforms postcode-level source data provided by the Victorian energy distributors into consumption profiles across the municipality. It provides a profile of energy use by SLA for households across the municipality. Year to year comparisons can show changing patterns of energy use for households and on a per capita and per household basis. The tool also has the capacity to incorporate Commercial and Industrial energy use and trends over time.

  • Energy use profiles support effective planning and targeting of energy saving and decarbonising energy supply programs and community engagement. The Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) has developed energy consumption profiles for Victorian Local Government Areas. This tool transforms postcode-level source data provided by the Victorian energy distributors into consumption profiles across the municipality. It provides a profile of energy use by SLA for households across the municipality. Year to year comparisons can show changing patterns of energy use for households and on a per capita and per household basis. The tool also has the capacity to incorporate Commercial and Industrial energy use and trends over time.

  • Energy use profiles support effective planning and targeting of energy saving and decarbonising energy supply programs and community engagement. The Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) has developed energy consumption profiles for Victorian Local Government Areas. This tool transforms postcode-level source data provided by the Victorian energy distributors into consumption profiles across the municipality. It provides a profile of energy use by SLA for households across the municipality. Year to year comparisons can show changing patterns of energy use for households and on a per capita and per household basis. The tool also has the capacity to incorporate Commercial and Industrial energy use and trends over time.

  • Energy use profiles support effective planning and targeting of energy saving and decarbonising energy supply programs and community engagement. The Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) has developed energy consumption profiles for Victorian Local Government Areas. This tool transforms postcode-level source data provided by the Victorian energy distributors into consumption profiles across the municipality. It provides a profile of energy use by SLA for households across the municipality. Year to year comparisons can show changing patterns of energy use for households and on a per capita and per household basis. The tool also has the capacity to incorporate Commercial and Industrial energy use and trends over time.

  • The ISC2010_STRUCTURE1_R table is the Statistical Summary table for the Structure1 Metric at the Reach level. Structure 1 represents Vegetation Cover for two grouped height categories: Shrubs which are defined as vegetation in the height range 1.5m to 5m and Trees which are defined as vegetation with height greater than 5m. Structure 1 is assessed within the 40m riparian zone. The ISC2010_STRUCTURE1_R table is designed to JOIN to the ISC2010_RIVER_CENTRELINES_R feature class. River condition in Victoria is assessed every 5 years using the Index of Stream Condition (ISC). The Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) developed a methodology to assess the Physical Form and Riparian Vegetation components of the ISC using remote sensing data, specifically LIDAR and aerial photography. A State Wide mapping project was undertaken in 2010-13 to accurately map the Physical Form and Riparian Vegetation metrics of the ISC . Other ISC metrics were not assessed in the project and were derived from other sources. The Physical Form and Riparian Vegetation Metric products are a combination of mapped Vector and Raster data as well as Tabular Summary Statistics about the mapped features. In the context of the project, the term Metrics is used to refer to both the mapped features and the summary statistics. Remote sensing data used includes 15cm true colour and infra-red aerial photography and four return multi-pulse LiDAR data. This source data was used to derive a variety of Raster data sets including Digital Terrain Models, Slope, Vegetation Height and Vegetation Cover. The Digital Terrain and Slope rasters were used to map Physical Form metrics including Stream Bed, Top of Bank and River Centre Lines while the Vegetation Height and Cover rasters were used to map the Riparian Vegetation metrics. The Project Report "Aerial Remote Sensing for Physical Channel Form and Riparian Vegetation Mapping" describes the remote sensing and mapping approach used to create this data set.

  • Energy use profiles support effective planning and targeting of energy saving and decarbonising energy supply programs and community engagement. The Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) has developed energy consumption profiles for Victorian Local Government Areas. This tool transforms postcode-level source data provided by the Victorian energy distributors into consumption profiles across the municipality. It provides a profile of energy use by SLA for households across the municipality. Year to year comparisons can show changing patterns of energy use for households and on a per capita and per household basis. The tool also has the capacity to incorporate Commercial and Industrial energy use and trends over time.

  • Part of VMREFTAB, the set of Reference Tables for the VICMAP suite of products.

  • The ISC2010_BANK_CONDITION_R table is the Statistical Summary table for the Bank Condition Metric at the Reach level. The Bank Condition Metric is an assessment of the proportion of the bank face that is eroding above expected rates. The ISC2010_BANK_CONDITION_R table is designed to JOIN to the ISC2010_RIVER_CENTRELINES_R feature class. River condition in Victoria is assessed every 5 years using the Index of Stream Condition (ISC). The Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) developed a methodology to assess the Physical Form and Riparian Vegetation components of the ISC using remote sensing data, specifically LIDAR and aerial photography. A State Wide mapping project was undertaken in 2010-13 to accurately map the Physical Form and Riparian Vegetation metrics of the ISC . Other ISC metrics were not assessed in the project and were derived from other sources. The Physical Form and Riparian Vegetation Metric products are a combination of mapped Vector and Raster data as well as Tabular Summary Statistics about the mapped features. In the context of the project, the term Metrics is used to refer to both the mapped features and the summary statistics. Remote sensing data used includes 15cm true colour and infra-red aerial photography and four return multi-pulse LiDAR data. This source data was used to derive a variety of Raster data sets including Digital Terrain Models, Slope, Vegetation Height and Vegetation Cover. The Digital Terrain and Slope rasters were used to map Physical Form metrics including Stream Bed, Top of Bank and River Centre Lines while the Vegetation Height and Cover rasters were used to map the Riparian Vegetation metrics. The Project Report "Aerial Remote Sensing for Physical Channel Form and Riparian Vegetation Mapping" describes the remote sensing and mapping approach used to create this data set.