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Layer: Biogeographic Subregions - Queensland

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Creation Date
2018-08-21
Creation Time
18:32:42
Modification Date
2017-08-04
Modification Time
14:26:46
Data Id Info
Id Citation
Title
Biogeographic Subregions - Queensland
Date
Publication date
2010-08-20
Edition
Version 5.0
Edition date
2010-08-20
Alternate title
Biogeographic Subregions
Cit Resp Party
Contact—individual name
DSITI, S, SD, ED
Contact—organization name
Queensland Herbarium, Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation
Contact—position name
Executive Director, Science
Rp Cnt Info
Cnt Address
City
TOOWONG
Country
AU
Role
details available on request
Cit Resp Party
Contact—individual name
DSITI, S, SD, ED
Contact—organization name
Queensland Herbarium, Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation
Contact—position name
Executive Director, Science
Rp Cnt Info
Cnt Address
City
TOOWONG
Country
AU
Role
details available on request
Cit Resp Party
Contact—individual name
Dale Richter
Contact—organization name
Queensland Herbarium, Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation
Contact—position name
Senior Scientist
Rp Cnt Info
Cnt Address
City
TOOWONG
Contact email address
Queensland.Herbarium♲dsiti.qld.gov.au
Country
AU
Role
details available on request
Cit Resp Party
Contact—individual name
Dale Richter
Contact—organization name
Queensland Herbarium, Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation
Contact—position name
Senior Scientist
Rp Cnt Info
Cnt Address
City
TOOWONG
Contact email address
Queensland.Herbarium♲dsiti.qld.gov.au
Country
AU
Role
details available on request
Cit Resp Party
Contact—individual name
Jack Kelley
Contact—organization name
Queensland Herbarium, Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation
Contact—position name
Senior Scientist
Rp Cnt Info
Cnt Address
City
Toowong
Country
AU
Contact email address
Queensland.Herbarium♲dsiti.qld.gov.au
Role
details available on request
Cit Resp Party
Contact—individual name
DSITI, Open Data
Contact—organization name
Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation
Contact—position name
Principle Scientist
Rp Cnt Info
Cnt Address
City
TOOWONG
Contact email address
opendata♲dsiti.qld.gov.au
Country
AU
Role
details available on request
Additional human language abstract/description

Queensland has been divided into 132 subregions. Subregions represent finer scale climatic, landform, geological, topographical, vegetation and biota patterns.

Resource purpose/summary
Subregions of Queensland are used for planning, management and assessment of Queensland flora, fauna and ecosystems.
Theme Keys
Thesa Name
Title
Common Search Terms
Date
Publication date
2017-07-31
Keyword
Biodiversity
Keyword
Biophysical
Keyword
Ecology
Keyword
Biogeography
Keyword
Landscape
Theme Keys
Thesa Name
Title
ANZLIC Search Words
Date
Publication date
2007-08-01
Keyword
BOUNDARIES Biophysical
Keyword
ECOLOGY
Id Po C
Contact—individual name
Dale Richter
Contact—organization name
Queensland Herbarium, Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation
Contact—position name
Senior Scientist
Rp Cnt Info
Cnt Address
City
TOOWONG
Contact email address
Queensland.Herbarium♲dsiti.qld.gov.au
Country
AU
Role
details available on request
Res Const
Leg Consts
Security use limitations
The State of Queensland (Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation)
Res Const
Leg Consts
Security use limitations
This material is licensed under a

Creative Commons - Attribution 4.0 International
licence.


Res Const
details available on request
Res Const
Consts
Security use limitations

While every care is taken to ensure the accuracy of the Information Product, the Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation makes no representations or warranties about its accuracy, reliability, completeness or suitability for any particular purpose and disclaims all responsibility and all liability (including without limitation, liability in negligence) for all expenses, losses, damages (including indirect or consequential damage) and costs which you might incur as a result of the product being inaccurate or incomplete in any way and for any reason.

Dist Info
Distributor
Distor Cont
Contact—individual name
DSITI, Open Data
Contact—organization name
Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation
Contact—position name
Principle Scientist
Rp Cnt Info
Cnt Address
City
TOOWONG
Contact email address
opendata♲dsiti.qld.gov.au
Country
AU
Role
details available on request
Dq Info
Report
Data quality report, measure description
Non-overlapping polygons for the state of Queensland. New South Wales border obtained from NSW.
Report
Data quality report, measure description
Complete to the best available source infomation available at the time of publishing.
Report
Data quality report, measure description
Bioregion names for Queensland as defined by Sattler and Williams (1999)
Report
Data quality report, evaluation method description
Bioregions and subregion boundaries are derived from the Queensland Herbarium's Regional Ecosystem mapping (nominally 100 metre horizontal accuracy).
Data quality report, measure description
The positional accuracy at a scale of 1:100,000, is 100 metres
Entity and Attribute Information
Overview Description
Entity and Attribute Overview
Shape, FID: standard ArcGIS fields Fieldnames are based on prefixes (IBRA, Q) and suffixes (REG, SUB), meaning IBRAv7, Queensland, REGION, SUBREGION, respectively. REG, SUB are abbreviated names, while REG_, SUB_ are the corresponding full names for bioregions and subregions. hectares: a non-essential field

Last updated: 22 March 2013

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Biogeographic subregions – spatial metadata, WetlandInfo, Department of Environment and Science, Queensland, viewed 14 December 2018, <https://wetlandinfo.des.qld.gov.au/wetlands/facts-maps/get-mapping-help/metadata/biogeographic-subregion/>.

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