Western Riverina Endangered Vegetation, 2002. VIS_ID 4094

Endangered vegetation of the Western Riverina. The 2002 mapping of native vegetation depicts the native vegetation that currently exists within the WRNVR (Western Riverina Native Vegetation Region), according to the best and most recently available mapping products. These mapping products comprised several existing, modified and new spatial data sets compiled over the period from 1998 through to 2002. Decisions were made by the Western Riverina Regional Vegetation Committee (WRRVC) on the categories of vegetation types to be used to describe the vast ecological diversity of the WRNVR in a summarised format. These summarised vegetation types permitted the union of several disparate data sets. These broad groupings of vegetation types use the dominant overstorey species as the key label.VIS_ID 4094

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Alternative Title WesternRiverinaEndangered_E_4094
Metadata Date 21/01/2015
Date Created 21/01/2015
Date Published 21/01/2015
Edition Not known
Purpose To derive endangered vegetation types for the Western Riverina.
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
Update Frequency Frequency of maintenance is not known

Dataset extent

Equivalent Scale 1
Geospatial Topic Biota
Language English
Temporal Coverage From 01/01/1998 - 01/06/2002
Datum GDA94 Geographic (Lat\Long)
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