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    This dataset is the definitive set of locality boundaries for the state of Victoria as defined by Local Government and registered by the Registrar of Geographic Names. The boundaries are aligned to Vicmap Property. This dataset is part of the Vicmap Admin dataset series.

  • Open-pit extraction sites of construction materials (sandpits, quarries) or other minerals (open-cast mines). Includes flooded mining pits.

  • osm: Dump sites (landfill) rasterized from OSM landuse polygons, first to 10m spatial resolution and after downsampled to 30m by spatial average.

  • Temporal composite of Sentinel-2 L2A produced by the median of all images obtained between 25-06-2018 and 12-09-2018, disregarding the pixels with cloud or cloud shadows. This data will be used by GeoHarmonizer project to produce the the land-cover mapping for the whole EU for 2000 to 2020

  • Cultivated parcels planted with fruit trees and shrubs, intended for fruit production, including nuts. The planting pattern can be by single or mixed fruit species, both in association with permanently grassy surfaces.

  • Vegetation formation composed principally of trees, including shrub and bush understorey, where broad-leaved species predominate. The predominant classifying parameter for this class is a crown cover density of > 30 % or a minimum 500 subjects/ha density, with broad-leaved trees representing > 75 % of the formation. The minimum tree height is 5 m.

  • Spaces under construction development, soil or bedrock excavations, earthworks. This class is assigned for areas where landscape is affected by human activities, changed or modified into artificial surfaces, being in a state of anthropogenic transition.

  • Public, industrial or mine dump sites.

  • Landcover sample points

  • Zone seaward of the lowest tide limit.