Accessing spatial data across the Clarence-Moreton bioregion is problematic as the source, resolution and consistency of the spatial data vary significantly across the Queensland–NSW state border. The landscape classification was also hindered by the level of availability of spatial data across the two states. The resolution of the available data was more tailored for regional mapping but was problematic for dendritic narrow stream networks and other hydrological features, such as waterfalls and waterholes and springs. It was also noticed that some landscape classes were incompletely mapped. Regionally comprehensive data representing systematically mapped springs and waterfalls and floodplains were also lacking for the Queensland and NSW sections of the Clarence-Moreton bioregion.

Last updated:
11 July 2017
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Product Finalisation date

19 January 2017