Species' Habitat Distribution Models v4 - Native Vegetation Regulation (HDNV)

Obsolete data, replaced by SPECIES_HABITAT_V4_HPNV. This is the binary version of SPECIES_HABITAT_V4_HINV, and replaces SPECIES_HABITAT_V3_HDNV. This data series is a set of spatial models describing suitable habitat within the current extent of native vegetation for many threatened species. They have been developed for use in the regulation of native vegetation clearing. Thresholds have been applied to the models because lower likelihood areas do not receive species-specific consideration in the assessment process. These maps simply provide a basis for other tools which determine whether or not consideration of the species is required in each location.

Dataset Series Naming: vic-hdnv-v4-[a/p][taxa_id]_2013sep27_thm_bio_75m_vg94 where v4 is the version of the source models (ie.SPECIES_HABITAT_V3_HDPC) a/p animal/plant taxa_id is VBA taxa_id

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Species' Habitat Distribution Models v4 - Native Vegetation Regulation (HDNV)

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Field Value
Date Published 2014-12-29
Date Updated 2018-01-01
Agency Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
[Open Data]
Citation Copyright © The State of Victoria, Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning 2018
Attribution Copyright © The State of Victoria, Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning 2018
Data Temporal Coverage: 2012-11-01 to 2013-09-27
Geospatial Coverage 141,-39,150,-34
Geospatial Scale 1:100,000
Geospatial Accuracy These data are models and as such are indications of likely suitable habitat. They do not however take into account the current condition of the habitat for the particular species, apart from an indication of the presence of native vegetation. Models of habitat are not intended to equate with species presence. Other factors such as natural disturbances, losses due to historic catastrophes, and the impact of predators and seasonal factors influence whether a species is present in habitat at any given time. Additionally, some species are known to inhabit non-native vegetation, so this is not captured in this dataset. 75x75m cells These data are highly reliant on survey records that indicate the suitability of a particular environment for a species. New records may influence future spatial models of suitable habitat.
Full Metadata URL http://services.land.vic.gov.au/catalogue/metadata?anzlicId=ANZVI0803005073&publicId=guest&extractionProviderId=3
Recent Downloads Count 1 (March 2015)


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