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Draft Vegetation map, South Eastern Wollemi National Park, 2010. VIS_ID 4184

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ctx_ver=Z39.88-2004&rft_val_fmt=info%3Aofi%2Ffmt%3Akev%3Amtx%3Adc&rfr_id=info%3Asid%2FANDS&rft_id=http://data.nsw.gov.au/data/dataset/draft-vegetation-map-south-eastern-wollemi-national-park-2010-vis_id-41841340c&rft.title=Draft Vegetation map, South Eastern Wollemi National Park, 2010. VIS_ID 4184&rft.identifier=http://data.nsw.gov.au/data/dataset/draft-vegetation-map-south-eastern-wollemi-national-park-2010-vis_id-41841340c&rft.publisher=data.nsw.gov.au&rft.description=Show on SEED Web MapData Quality StatementDownload PackageWMSWFSREST ServiceVegetation mapping of the South Eastern Wollemi National Park, 2010. For more information see: DECCW (2010) The Native Vegetation of South-eastern Wollemi National Park and surrounds. VOLUME 1: TECHNICAL REPORT . Department of Environment Climate Change and Water. Hurstville. and DECCW (2010) The Native Vegetation of South-eastern Wollemi National Park and surrounds. VOLUME 2: VEGETATION COMMUNITY PROFILES . Department of Environment Climate Change and Water. Hurstville. This report describes the methods and results of vegetation survey, classification and mapping in South-eastern Wollemi National Park, NSW. The study area encompasses that portion of the reserve currently managed by the DECCW Hawkesbury Area office, and includes small areas of private lands that adjoin or are in holdings within the reserve. This project forms part of a staged approach to the classification and mapping of native vegetation across the entire Wollemi-Blue Mountains-Yengo reserve system. It has been carried out under the Central Branch Parks and Wildlife Division Biodiversity Survey Priorities Program, a program designed to provide standard levels of biodiversity information across all reserves in the Branch. This part of the reserve has been targeted as a priority as the previous vegetation mapping survey and mapping effort was low. New survey and mapping investment has resulted in a revised native vegetation classification system that places the communities present in the reserve into a wider regional classification system. In this way the conservation status of the communities present are more easily assessed, enabling a more robust understanding of the relationships with Endangered Ecological Communities listed under the NSW Threatened Species Conservation Act, 1995 or the Commonwealth Environment Protection Act, 1999. VIS_ID 4184&rft.creator=Anonymous&rft.date=2018&rft.coverage=150.82836,-33.519489 150.82836,-33.01571 150.47611,-33.01571 150.47611,-33.519489 150.82836,-33.519489&rft_rights=Creative Commons Attribution http://www.opendefinition.org/licenses/cc-by&rft_subject=Tec&rft_subject=Vegetation&rft.type=dataset&rft.language=English Access the data

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Vegetation mapping of the South Eastern Wollemi National Park, 2010. For more information see: DECCW (2010) The Native Vegetation of South-eastern Wollemi National Park and surrounds. VOLUME 1: TECHNICAL REPORT . Department of Environment Climate Change and Water. Hurstville. and DECCW (2010) The Native Vegetation of South-eastern Wollemi National Park and surrounds. VOLUME 2: VEGETATION COMMUNITY PROFILES . Department of Environment Climate Change and Water. Hurstville. This report describes the methods and results of vegetation survey, classification and mapping in South-eastern Wollemi National Park, NSW. The study area encompasses that portion of the reserve currently managed by the DECCW Hawkesbury Area office, and includes small areas of private lands that adjoin or are in holdings within the reserve. This project forms part of a staged approach to the classification and mapping of native vegetation across the entire Wollemi-Blue Mountains-Yengo reserve system. It has been carried out under the Central Branch Parks and Wildlife Division Biodiversity Survey Priorities Program, a program designed to provide standard levels of biodiversity information across all reserves in the Branch. This part of the reserve has been targeted as a priority as the previous vegetation mapping survey and mapping effort was low. New survey and mapping investment has resulted in a revised native vegetation classification system that places the communities present in the reserve into a wider regional classification system. In this way the conservation status of the communities present are more easily assessed, enabling a more robust understanding of the relationships with Endangered Ecological Communities listed under the NSW Threatened Species Conservation Act, 1995 or the Commonwealth Environment Protection Act, 1999. VIS_ID 4184

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