Extent and rate of change of riparian vegetation

URL: http://www.stateoftheenvironment.des.qld.gov.au/2020/datasets/indicator-1-1-0-13.csv

Change in the extent of woody vegetation within the riparian area for Reef Catchments and South East Queensland. The riparian area has been defined as any area within 50m of a (mapped) stream or wetland. The riparian woody vegetation extent is an estimate based on a remote-sensing derived product, Foliage Projective Cover (using Sentinel-2 satellite data 2016–2017), with a spatial resolution of 10m. Historical and recent losses of riparian woody vegetation are analysed using woody vegetation clearing data from the Statewide Landcover and Trees Study (SLATS) (1988–2017) and ‘pre-development’ estimates of woody vegetation.

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Data Dictionary

Column Type Label Description
Catchment text
Subcatchment text
1988_2013 Woody Vegetation Loss per cent numeric
2013_2017 Woody Vegetation Loss per cent numeric
1988_2013 Woody Vegetation Loss hectares numeric
2013_2017 Woody Vegetation Loss hectares numeric
1988_2017 hectares numeric
1988_2017 per cent numeric
mean annual loss 1988_2017 hectares numeric
mean annual loss 2013_2017 hectares numeric
mean annual loss 1988_2017 per cent numeric
mean annual loss 2013_2017 per cent numeric
Catchment Area hectares numeric
Riparian Area hectares numeric
Riparian Area per cent numeric
Riparian Woody Vegetated Area hectares numeric
Riparian Woody Vegetated Area per cent numeric

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