CEEC: Monaro and Werriwa Tablelands Cool Temperate Grassy Woodlands v1.4

The Monaro and Werriwa Tablelands Cool Temperate Grassy Woodlands (respectively Monaro and Werriwa) have been nominated by the NSW Scientific Advisory Committee as Critically Endangered Ecological Communities (NSW Threatened Species Scientific Committee (2019). This data layer delineates the extent of these communities as a single presence surface. The extent is derived first by modelling of the potential extent then refined by rigorous 3-D aerial photo interpretation of high resolution ADS imagery.

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Metadata template type Vector
Asset type Dataset
Alternative Title Critically Endangered Ecological Community: Monaro and Werriwa Tablelands Cool Temperate Grassy Woodlands v1.4
Metadata date 31/07/2019
Date created 30/06/2019
Edition 1.4
Purpose To provide a mapped extent of the determined critically endangered ecological communities.
License Creative Commons Attribution
Update frequency There are no plans to update the data
OEH service Native Plants and Animals
Keywords VEGETATION-Floristic,ECOLOGY-Community
Field of Research Vegetation Mapping
Spatial

Dataset extent

Map data © OpenStreetMap contributors
Equivalent Scale 10000
Geospatial Topic Environment,Biota
NSW Place Name Monaro and Werriwa Tablelands
Temporal Coverage From 01/01/2014 - 31/12/2017
Datum GDA94 / NSW Lamberts
Landing page https://www.planningportal.nsw.gov.au/opendata/dataset/ceec-monaro-and-werriwa-tablelands-cool-temperate-grassy-woodlands-v1-4
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Attribution Department of Planning, Industry and Environment asserts the right to be attributed as author of the original material in the following manner: "© State Government of NSW and Department of Planning, Industry and Environment 2019"