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Layer: Coastal - Fauna Significance (ID: 36)

Name: Coastal - Fauna Significance


Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: This dataset records the significance of potential fauna habitat within the coastal strip of the Northern and Southern National Resource Management (NRM) Regions of Tasmania. It has been developed as a management tool and is a summary layer derived from the PotentialFuanaHabitat layer. The 'Significance' of the mapped polygons reflects the 'Significance' of the species with the highest threat status for which the polygon represents potential habitat. Only vegetation community polygons that represent threatened fauna habitat are included therefore the layer is not continuous. This dataset is part of the NRM Coastal Values Project. The Project maps vegetation, fauna habitat and geomorphology from High Water mark to 100 metres inland for part of the coastline of the Southern and Northern NRM Regions of Tasmania. The purpose of the coastal values mapping is to provide an easily accessible database on vegetation and geomorphology to support better strategic planning, land use planning and management on the coast.

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