Risks to the NSW Coastal Integrated Forestry Operations Approvals from changing fire regimes

Spatial data layers and analytical code used for the analyses and summaries presented by Bradstock et al. 2021. The base data layers comprise:

  • Raster data in GeoTIFF format (.tif file extension) for long-term fire history, 2019/20 fire occurrence and severity, logging history, native vegetation (SVTM forest formations), tenure, topography.

  • Raster layers for predicted habitat suitability of selected fauna species.

  • Vector data (mostly polygon features) for study area and tenure and forest management boundaries, together with fire history, logging history and vegetation layers used to derive the corresponding raster data layers used for analyses.

All code used for analyses is provided as Rmarkdown documents. Each document contains code in the R statistical language, together with explanatory text. Documents can be opened in the freely available RStudio software (https://www.rstudio.com) to run the code, or in any text editor to read code and text.

See file 00_README.txt for further description of files and folders.

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Data and Resources

Additional Info

Metadata template type Raster
Asset Type Dataset
Edition 1.0
Purpose Open data requirement
Update Frequency Not planned
OEH Service Information and Participation
Keywords HAZARDS-Fire,FORESTS-Agriforestry,FORESTS-Natural,FORESTS
Geospatial Topic Environment
Geospatial Coverage

Dataset extent

Temporal Coverage From 2019-03-06 - 2020-05-29
Datum GDA94 Geographic (Lat\Long)
Licence Creative Commons Attribution
Landing page https://www.planningportal.nsw.gov.au/opendata/dataset/risks-to-the-nsw-coastal-integrated-forestry-operations-approvals-from-changing-fire-regimes
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Attribution NSW Natural Resources Commission asserts the right to be attributed as author of the original material in the following manner: "© State Government of NSW and NSW Natural Resources Commission 2021"