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Aerial survey of giant kelp on the east coast of Tasmania
Date:
01-05-2020
An aerial survey of giant kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera), was carried out on the east coast of Tasmania from Musselroe Bay to Southeast Cape. This survey represents part of a series of similar surveys, with historic aerial surveys having been conducted in 1986, 1999 and 2009. This survey was conducted via light aircraft in Nov-Dec 2019, and recorded areas of visible surface canopy cover of giant ...
Bathurst Channel Bathymetric Contour Layer - 1:25000
Date:
25-11-2008
The Bathurst Channel bathymetric layer1: 25,000 depicts depth contours for the entire channel from the inside of the Breaksea Islands to Nixson Point [148d 00m, -42d 30m] to [148d 00m, -42d 30m]. The contour intervals are 5m, 10m, 20m, 30m, 40m, 50m. The data was collected through intensive field sampling from by marine researchers at the Tasmanian Aquaculture and Fisheries Institute. The use ...
Bicheno to Schouten Island Tasmania Bathymetry - 1:25000
Date:
23-02-2007
The Bicheno to Schouten Island Bathymetry 1:25000 depicts bathymetric contours from Diamond Island [148 17, -41 51] to Schouten Island [148 19, -42 22] from the coastline to 1500m from the coastline. The contour intervals are at 5 metre intervals. The dataset is intended to be used to fulfil coastal management objectives according to The Living Marine Resources Act 1995. It is not to be used for ...
Emergency Meeting Points
Date:
29-08-2003
The EMP dataset records a set of several hundred pre-agreed, easily-found locations to which emergency service vehicles (ie. police, fire, ambulance, SES) can be directed, where they will be met and escorted to the site of a trauma or incident in a remote location. Their use is designed to maximise the speed and certainty of emergency services reaching the correct destination in rural situations ...
Great Oyster Bay Bathymetric Data - 1:25000
Date:
23-02-2007
The Great Oyster Bay contour map 1:25000 depicts bathymetric contours from Cape Bougainville [148 00, -42 30] to Schouten Island [148 19, --42 20] from the coastline to the 40 metre depth. The contour intervals are 5 metre intervals. The dataset is intended to be used to fulfil coastal management objectives according to The Living Marine Resources Act 1995 and is not to be used for navigational ...
Kent Group Bathymetry ' 1:25000
Date:
25-11-2008
The Kent Group marine contour map 1:25000 depicts bathymetric contours from the coastlines of the islands of the Kent Group to the 3nm offshore limit. The contour intervals are at 5 metres. The dataset is intended to be used to fulfil coastal management objectives according to The Living Marine Resources Act 1995 and is not to be used for navigational purposes.
Landslides Database
Date:
02-08-2010
Data on Tasmanian landslides. Items include: centroid location, report number and annotation, type, activity, geology, initiators, dimensions, volume, direction, damage, casualties, speed, slope.
Low Head to Swan Island Bathymetry - 1:25,000 Series
Date:
25-11-2008
The Low Head to Swan Island - 1:25,000 Series depicts bathymetric contours from Low Head [146d 17m, -41d 03m] to Swan Island [148d 06m, -40d 44m] from the coastline to 1500m from the coastline. The contours are at 5 metre intervals. The dataset is intended to be used to fulfil coastal management objectives according to The Living Marine Resources Act 1995. It is not to be used for navigational ...
Macquarie Harbour Bathymetry - 1:25,000 Series
Date:
25-11-2008
The Macquarie Harbour - 1:25,000 Series depicts bathymetric contours from Hells Gate [145d 13m, -42d 13m] to the mouth of the Gordon River [145d 31m, -42d 26m]. The contours are at 5 metre intervals. The dataset is intended to be used to fulfil coastal management objectives according to The Living Marine Resources Act 1995. It is not to be used for navigational purposes.
Mercury Passage Marine Contour Layer 1:25000
Date:
25-11-2008
The Mercury Passage contour map 1:25000 depicts bathymetric contours from Marion Bay [147 57' -42 44'] to Lords Bluff [148 15' -42 30'] from the coastline to the 40metre depth contour. The contour interval is 5 metres. The dataset is intended to be used to fulfil coastal management objectives according to The Living Marine Resources Act 1995 and is not to be used for navigational purposes