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Vegetation management coastal and non-coastal bioregions and sub-regions map

Griffith University
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Brief description

This is the map defining the location of coastal and non-coastal bioregions and sub-regions described in "Module 8. Native Vegetation Clearing" in the State Development Assessment Provisions (SDAP).

Full description

The coastal bioregions comprise: (1) Brigalow Belt Bioregion sub-regions Townsville Plains (sub-region 11.1), Bogie River Hills (sub-region 11.2), and Marlborough Plains (sub-region 11.14), (2) Central Queensland Coast Bioregion, (3) Cape York Peninsula Bioregion sub-region Starke Coastal Lowlands (sub-region 3.2), (4) Einasleigh Uplands Bioregion sub-region Hodgkinson Basin, (5) Wet Tropics Bioregion, (6) South East Queensland Bioregion. It is derived from the bioregions of Queensland, version 5.0 dataset. Queensland has been divided into 13 bioregions defined in the report 'The Conservation Status of Queensland's Bioregional Ecosystems' (Sattler and Williams 1999). Bioregions represent broad landscape patterns that are the result of the interplay between factors including geology, climate and biota.

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Coastal and non-coastal bioregions and sub-regions

Data time period: 12 2013 to 12 2013

153.58,-8.999 153.58,-29.178 137.992,-29.178 137.992,-8.999 153.58,-8.999

145.786,-19.0885

text: Coastal regions across Queensland, including South east Queensland Region

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