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  • 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.

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  • 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.

  • VCMP Sites - Shoreline Trends The Shoreline Trends dataset features short-term and long-term shoreline trends across sites monitored by the Victorian Coastal Monitoring Program (VCMP) along Victoria's coastline, spatially represented as point data. The VCMP drone survey short-term outputs include shorelines for each survey, taking the ‘shoreline’ as the +1 m AHD contour for Open Coast sites, and +0.5 m AHD contour for large bay sites. Drone survey data collection is performed as described in Pucino et al., 2021 and Ierodiaconou et al., 2022, and outlined as: - Data processing and quality control conducted within the Propeller platform (https://vcmp.prpellr.com), with additional manual quality control checks, to achieve a horizontal-vertical uncertainty of 0.1 m or better (Pucino et al., 2021), with output products of Digital Surface Models (DSM) and ortho-mosaics. - Analysis is conducted using a statewide framework of 30-m spaced transects Shoreline change trends are determined for each transect, defining a ‘short-term trend’ as being based on the last 2-years of data. Long-term shoreline trends are obtained for the period 1988 to 2021 (34 years) using the satellite extracted, annually averaged shorelines from Digital Earth Australia (DEA) coastlines (Bishop-Taylor et al., 2021). All shoreline data (short-term VCMP drone and long-term DEA satellite) are interpolated to the same set of 30-m spaced transects, based on the Digital Earth Australia 2019 product. Aerial images are hosted and geo-rectified by DEECA's Coordinated Imagery Program. Based on control point checks by VCMP, newer images (approx. post-2000) are estimated to have horizontal uncertainty of 3-m or less. Older images (pre-2000) can have greater uncertainty, estimated at up to 10-m. Older images (<1960) may have larger errors (unconstrained) and should be treated with caution. For all shoreline data sources (UAV, DEA, aerial), trends are calculated as a simple linear regression across the full dataset, at each transect, for each data source. Standard deviations and 95% confidence intervals are also included for each data point. Vertical uncertainty for the output digital surface model (DSM) is estimated at 0.1 m More information about the Shoreline trend dataset and other datasets generated from the Victorian Coastal Monitoring Program can be found at https://www.marineandcoasts.vic.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0041/688397/VCMP_Sites_MetadataReport_Oct2023.pdf

  • 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.