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  • Vicmap Elevation DEM 10m is a product which is a raster representation of Victoria's elevation. DEM 10m has a spatial resolution of 10 metres with respective horizontal and vertical accuracy of 12.5m and 5m or better. The DEM is constructed from source data of various resolutions, accuracies and ages to produce an improved DEM containing increased detail in localised areas. The DEMs are hydrologically enforced and correctly defines the natural surface drainage and hydrological flow. This product has been quality assured by DELWP and additional third-party consultants. Update of the dataset Vicmap Elevation DTM 10m.

  • Replace by the Victorian Coastal LIDAR Level 3 Classification project (cep08b-2012-13_coast-c3). Vicmap Elevation Coastal 1m DEM & 0.5m Contours consists of a 1m DEM and contours at 0.5m intervals derived from high accuracy LiDAR data along the Victorian coast and inland to approximately the 10m elevation line. This data has been acquired between September 2007 and September 2009 to support the Victorian Governments Future Coasts Project.

  • Polygons of slope class derived from DEM25 using FMA25SLP.AML specifically to support the needs of forest management planning under the Code of Forest Practice.

  • The ISC2010_BANKFULL_WIDTH_R polygon features represent the width between the top of the lowest bank and the corresponding height on the opposite bank for each River Reach. 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.

  • The ISC2010_VEGETATION_OVERHANG polygon features represent areas of vegetation that partially or wholly overhang the Stream Bed. The data set contains the whole vegetation polygon, not only the overhanging part of the polygon. Candidate vegetation is defined as vegetation cover greater than 20%. Vegetation Overhang has been mapped within a 200m buffer of the ISC2010_STREAMBED_WIDTH feature. This data set is derived from source Fractional Cover raster data. The data set also contains additional polygon divisions created by the introduction of Side and 200m buffer boundaries. Small polygons (<10m2) that were created by the introduction of these boundaries have been removed. 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.

  • The ISC2010_RIVER_CENTRELINE_R line features represent the set of river reaches that are assessed in the 2010 ISC. The line features represents the middle of the river channel and have been defined as the midpoint of the ISC2010_STREAMBED_WIDTH polygon feature. This data set represents a re-alignment of the ISC2004 River Reaches. River centre lines have been connected at Reach ends and flow direction has been enforced. Each Reach has Metric Statistics assessed and recorded in Reach Summary (_R) Tabes. The ISC2010_RIVER_CENTRELINE_R is designed to JOIN to all ISC2010_<METRIC>_R tables. The ISC2010_RIVER_CENTRELINE_REACH acts as the spatial key to which all other Physical Form and Riparian Vegetation reach metric statistics can be linked. 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.

  • The ISC2010_LARGE_TREES polygon features represent trees that exceed a predefined height and crown area criteria. These criteria can vary depending on the Ecological Vegetation Class (EVC). Large Trees are mapped within a 300m buffer of the ISC2010_STREAMBED_WIDTH feature but are assessed for Metrics within the 40m riparian zone (defined as 40m from Streambed Width) . This data set is derived from source Fractional Cover and Canopy Height raster data. The data set also contains additional polygon divisions created by the introduction of Side and 40m buffer boundaries. Small polygons (<10m2) that were created by the introduction of these boundaries have been removed. 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.

  • The ISC2010_VEGETATION_OVERHANG_S table is the Statistical Summary table for the Vegetation Overhang Metric at the 100m Section level. The ISC2010_VEGETATION_OVERHANG_S table is designed to JOIN to the ISC2010_RIVER_CENTRELINES_S 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.

  • The ISC2010_TOE_OF_BANK line features represent the left and right stream bed lines of the river channel for each River Reach. 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.

  • The ISC2010_STRUCTURE1_S table is the Statistical Summary table for the Structure1 Metric at the 100m Section 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. The ISC2010_STRUCTURE1_S table is designed to JOIN to the ISC2010_RIVER_CENTRELINES_S 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.