High Environmental Values of the Riverina Murray Planning Region - detailed

This polygon shape file is a 1:25,000 – 1: 50 000 environmental dataset combining 16 input data sources. These are outlined in the lineage statement. The input data sets identify agreed HEV criteria for the purposes of regional strategic planning and other environmental assessment projects that require identification of significant biodiversity values. This project was undertaken by Planning Services Unit, OEH with input from all the Planning teams in Regional Operations, OEH. The Riverina Murray High Environmental Values dataset covers the Riverina Murray Regional Growth Planning area.

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Field Value
Data Type Vector
Alternative Title High Environmental Values of the Riverina Murray Planning Region
Metadata Date 23/11/2016
Date Created 16/09/2016
Date Revised 23/11/2016
Edition HEV_Murray_Murrum_20160916
Purpose The purpose of the project was to identify environmental criteria and values across the landscape that reflect current statutory and planning policy for the protection of the environment in planning matters. This allow the interrogation of the single dataset to identify various environmental criteria/values for assessment on a landscape basis or in some cases, at the local planning stage. The project aimed to identify the following environmental criteria;• Areas protected for conservation• Native vegetation of high conservation value• Threatened species and populations• Wetlands, rivers, estuaries and coastal feature of high environmental value• Areas of geological significance
License OEH licence
Update Frequency Data is updated as deemed necessary
Keywords Biodiversity,Strategic Planning,High Environmental Value

Dataset extent

Geospatial Topic Environment
Language English
NSW Place Name Riverina Murray
Temporal Coverage From 16/09/2016 - 30/11/2016
Datum GDA94 Geographic (Lat\Long)
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