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Vegetation community and river red gum canopy condition map of Murray River Park. VIS_ID 3868

Native vegetation mapping of the Murray River National Park (Vic), covering part of Barmah Forest area.; ; This map was prepared to specifically show the spatial delineation of stem density and canopy condition categories of vegetation in the Barmah and Millewa Forest areas. This map was prepared using aerial photo interpretation (API) of ADS40 digital aerial photography captured in 2010. ; ; The map was prepared by updating (linework and attribution) of existing vegetation mapping produced in 2005 by Doug Frood (Frood 2007).; ; Barmah National Park (Vic) and the Murray River Park (Vic) are collectively known as the Barmah Forest. VIS_ID 3868

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Metadata template type Vector
Asset Type Dataset
Alternative Title MurrayRiverPark_2010_E_3868
Metadata Date 01/06/2016
Date Created 07/08/2007
Date Published 11/09/2012
Purpose This map is part of a series prepared as part of the Adaptive Management of the NSW /Victorian Riverina River Red Gum Reserves Program coordinated through NSW National Parks & Wildlife (a Division of the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage).;;Maps produced in this series include: ;VIS_ID 3868 Part of the Murray River National Park (Vic) - part of Barmah Forest;VIS_ID 3870 Barmah National Park (Vic) - part of Barmah Forest ;VIS_ID 3869 Murray Valley National Park (NSW) - whole of Millewa Forest;;This project was funded jointly by the Murray Darling Basin Authority, the Victorian Department of Sustainability and Environment, and the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage.
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
Update Frequency There are no plans to update the data
OEH Service Landscapes and Aquatic Ecosystems

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Map data © OpenStreetMap contributors
Tiles by MapBox
Equivalent Scale 10000
Geospatial Topic Biota
Language English
Temporal Coverage From 01/06/2010
Datum GDA94 Geographic (Lat\Long)
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Attribution Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) asserts the right to be attributed as author of the original material in the following manner: "© Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) 2012"