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  • This layer contains polygon features delineating the Administraitve Regions of the former Victorian Plantations Corporation. Replaces VPCADM250 This dataset was reviewed and updated in April 2022

  • This layer features the area cells used to record Catch and Effort data for the Rock Lobster and Giant Crab commercial fisheries since the introduction of quotas in April 2001. The area cell boundaries are based generally on divisions of 10 minutes of longitude and latitude. The southern boundary of the cells is based on the Victorian jurisdiction as described in the OCS agreements (on the border shared by Tasmanian waters).

  • 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 Western Port commercial fishery since April 1998. This layer is based on divisions of 5 minutes latitude by 5 minutes longitude.

  • This layer features the area cells used to record Catch and Effort data for the Corner Inlet commercial fishery since April 1998.

  • 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 features the area cells used to record Catch and Effort data for the Port Phillip Bay commercial fisheries since April 1998. This layer is used by the Port Phillip Bay, Port Phillip Bay (Mussel Bait) and Port Phillip Bay (Purse Seine) fisheries. It is based on divisions of 5 minutes latitude by 5 minutes longitude.

  • As a part of a Victorian State Government initiative for Private Forest mapping was established to collect, collate and store forest resource information. The PNF100 layer depicts forest stands interpreted visually from aerial photgraphs and image based mapping. A stand is an area of forest deemed to be homogenous in its species composition, crown cover, crown form, height and distribution for "modified code mapping".

  • This layer contains identified areas of modelled old-growth forest derived from both vector and grid based analysis using disturbance data that post dates the source old-growth analyses. Alpine Fire Severity Mapping (2003) and Logging history records that conflict with Old-Growth Forest (OG100) have been reclassified as not old-growth forest. Areas delineated as old growth forest are identified to meet the Victorian definition of old-growth forest based on a set of modelling criteria, rules and input datasets. The data is not reliable at scales less than 1:100,000 (ie 1:25,000), not all old-growth polygons have been confirmed by field checking and the reliability of the modelled linework has not been verified.

  • Polygon coverage delineating Victorian forest types. Key attributes referenced through a forest type code include dominant and two associated species, maximum and minimum height, and maximum and minimum projective foliage cover.