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Wetland area – spatial metadata

Data structure

wetland/2019/wetland-area

Field name Type Bytes Label Description
ECO_WSYS_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Wetland System (Habitat) Dominant wetland system that is the dominant broad wetland system based on their general characteristics which is useful for managing wetlands with different functional needs.
HYD_MOD_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 8 Wetland Habitat Hydrological Modification (Habitat) Wetland habitat modification is a typology incorporating anthropogenic activities at the habitat level that alter wetland hydrology, the affected wetland system and resultant wetland system.
HYD_MOD_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 5 Wetland Landscale Hydrological Modification (Landscape) Landscape wetland modification is a typology incorporating anthropogenic activities at a landscape level that alter wetland hydrology.
OTH_WPCT_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 7 Wetland Percentage (Habitat) Wetland percentage refers to the percentage of the total polygon area that is estimated to comprise wetlands.
BIO_WRE_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 35 Wetland Regional Ecosystem (Habitat) Vegetation communities in a bioregion that are consistently associated with a particular combination of geology, landform and soil.
OTH_WRPC_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 14 Wetland Regional Ecosystem Percent (Habitat) List of the percentage of each wetland regional ecosystem in the polygon.
HYD_PERM_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Permanence of Water (Habitat) Permanence of water refers to the timing of water inundation in a wetland.
HYD_SAL_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Salinity (Habitat) Salinity refers to the amount of dissolved salt in the water.
OTH_DHA_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 8 Dominant Wetland Habitat (Habitat) Dominant wetland habitat represent a typology that groups ecosystems for general management and planning purposes based on climate class, floodplain, flora composition, flora growth form, freshwater biogeographic province, groundwater flow system, permanence of water, salinity, source aquifer, substrate composition, substrate grain size, and wetland system.
BIO_COMP_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Flora Composition (Habitat) Flora compositions refers to the genus of dominant or predominant flora, that is the species that contributes most to the overall above-ground biomass of the ecosystem.
BIO_COMP_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Flora Composition (Landscape) Flora compositions refers to the genus of dominant or predominant flora, that is the species that contributes most to the overall above-ground biomass of the ecosystem.
BIO_COMP_R Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Flora Composition (Region) Flora compositions refers to the genus of dominant or predominant flora, that is the species that contributes most to the overall above-ground biomass of the ecosystem.
BIO_COVR_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Vegetation Cover (Habitat) Cover is the percentage of the ground surface covered by the vertical projection of the periphery of plant crowns.
BIO_GRFM_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Flora Growth Form (Habitat) Growth form refers to the growth form of vegetation in the ecologically dominant stratum.
BIO_GRFM_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Flora Growth Form (Landscape) Growth form refers to the growth form of vegetation in the ecologically dominant stratum.
BIO_GRHE_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Growth Height (Habitat) Growth height refers to the height of vegetation in the ecologically dominant stratum relative to their growth form.
BIO_GRHE_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Growth Height (Landscape) Growth height refers to the height of vegetation in the ecologically dominant stratum relative to their growth form.
CLI_ARID_R Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Aridity Index (Region) Aridity index refers to an indicator of the degree of dryness of the climate at a given location based on mean annual precipitation and mean evapotranspiration.
CLI_CLAS_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Climate Class (Landscape) Major climate classes represent six principle groups at the regional scale considering the climatic limitations of native vegetation. Climate classes at the landscape/seascape scale refine these principle groups into 27 groups considering the seasonal distribution of temperature and precipitation. These classes are developed using an objective classification based on Köppen scheme. Classification incorporates mean monthly rainfall, annual rainfall, maximum temperatures, and minimum temperatures based on the standard 30-year period 1961-1990. Climate can be considered contemporary modifiers of the biogeographic distribution and evolutionary traits of habitats, especially as they relate to quantity and seasonality.
CLI_CLAS_R Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Climate Class (Region) Major climate classes represent six principle groups at the regional scale considering the climatic limitations of native vegetation. Climate classes at the landscape/seascape scale refine these principle groups into 27 groups considering the seasonal distribution of temperature and precipitation. These classes are developed using an objective classification based on Köppen scheme. Classification incorporates mean monthly rainfall, annual rainfall, maximum temperatures, and minimum temperatures based on the standard 30-year period 1961-1990. Climate can be considered contemporary modifiers of the biogeographic distribution and evolutionary traits of habitats, especially as they relate to quantity and seasonality.
CLI_PET_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 5 Potential Evapotranspiration (Landscape) Multi-decadal mean annual potential evapotranspiration
CLI_PET_R Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Potential Evapotranspiration (Region) Multi-decadal mean annual potential evapotranspiration
CLI_PHAS_R Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Phase-Offset (Region) Phase-offset refers to the difference (in months) between the timing of maximum mean annual precipitation and mean potential evapotranspiration. This metric displays the variability in the supply of water and energy, which ultimately drives the surface freshwater availability in Australia (Donohue et al. 2010).
CLI_PREC_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 5 Precipitation (Landscape) Multi-decadal mean annual precipitation
CLI_PREC_R Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Precipitation (Region) Multi-decadal mean annual precipitation
CLI_REG_R Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Climate Region (Region) Climate region represent a combination of major climate class and biogeographic subregion.
CLI_TEMP_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 5 Temperature (Landscape) Multi-decadal mean annual daily temperature
CLI_TEMP_R Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Temperature (Region) Multi-decadal mean annual daily temperature
CLI_TPET_R Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Potential Evapotranspiration Timing (Region) Multi-decadal maximum potential evapotranspiration timing
CLI_TPRE_R Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Precipitation Timing (Region) Multi-decadal mean precipitation timing
CONSOL Text (UTF-8 encoded) 2 Substrate Consolidation (Landscape) Consolidated substrates are those which are not friable and have become hardened into substrates such as rock. Consolidated substrates are enduring, whereas unconsolidated or mixed substrates are less enduring. Consolidated subtrates provide attachment sites for a diversity of biota including coral reefs and other important bioconstructors.
ECO_OSYS_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Original Wetland System (Habitat) Original dominant wetland system that is the dominant broad wetland system prior to habitat level hydrological modification based on their general characteristics which is useful for managing wetlands with different functional needs.
GEO_COMP_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 7 Substrate Composition (Habitat) Categorises the composition of land's surface. The benthic substrate can influence ecology as it can limit or increase nutrient availability, affect pH and water quality (AETG 2012). In a riverine waterhole, the benthic substrate composition can restrict groundwater exchange to shallow aquifers during periods of no flow, due to sedimentation of fine clay that forms an impermeable layer.
GEO_ROCK_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 7 Geological Rock Type (Habitat) Physical characteristics of underlying rock.
GEO_SIZE_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 7 Sediment Grain Size (Habitat) Categorises the dominant size of soil and other unconsolidated sediments.
GEO_TEXT_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 7 Soil Texture (Habitat) Soil texture refers to the relative proportion of clay, sand, and silt in the soil.
HYD_ACT_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Wetland Habitat Hydrological Modification Activity (Habitat) Wetland habitat modification activity refers to the dominant observable activity at the habitat level that alters wetland hydrology. This does not define what hydrological change has occurred as a result of the activity.
HYD_AGFS_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Aquifer Groundwater Flow System (Landscape) Aquifer Groundwater Flow Systems depict groundwater flow systems at a habitat scale based on their hydrogeological characteristics using a combination of geology, geomorphology and topographical information. Groundwater flow systems are characterised by their flow path lengths and corresponding ability to respond to hydrological change caused by alteration to the natural environment.
HYD_AQNA_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 63 Aquifer Name (Landscape) Name of the source aquifer or aquifer ecosystem. Commonly the name of the source aquifer refers to the geological formation in which it exists.
HYD_BASN_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Topographic Drainage (Landscape) Topographic drainage refers to where water flows and drains across the landscape based on drainage-enforced elevation models.
HYD_BASN_R Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Topographic Drainage (Region) Topographic drainage refers to where water flows and drains across the landscape based on drainage-enforced elevation models.
HYD_FLOD_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Floodplain (Landscape) Floodplain refers to whether a wetland occurs within an active floodplain.
HYD_NAT_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 7 Wetland Naturalness (Habitat) Wetland naturalness refers to the degree of anthropogenic influence at the habitat level on the wetland.
HYD_NAT_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 7 Wetland Naturalness (Landscape) Wetland naturalness refers to the degree of anthropogenic influence at the habitat level on the wetland.
HYD_OBSR_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 4 Time First Observed (Habitat) Time first observed refers to the year when water was first observed in an artificial wetland.
HYD_OBSR_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Time First Observed (Landscape) Time first observed refers to the year when water was first observed in an artificial wetland.
HYD_OEXT_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Residence Extent of Open Water (Habitat) Residence extent of open water refers to the area of open water that is present relative to the maximum wetland extent. Residence time can have a large influence on the habitat conditions and subsequent biotic assemblages.
HYD_OEXV_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Residence Extent of Open Water Variability (Habitat) Residence extent of open water variability refers to the variability in the area of open water that is present relative to the maximum wetland extent.
HYD_OTIM_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Residence Time of Open Water (Habitat) Residence time of open water refers to the amount of time that open water is present. Residence time can have a large influence on the habitat conditions and subsequent biotic assemblages.
HYD_OTIV_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Residence Time of Open Water Variability (Habitat) Residence time of open water variability refers to the variability in the amount of time that open water is present.
HYD_PERD_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Timing Periodicity (Habitat) Timing periodicity refers to the tendency of variations in the presence of water in the wetland to reoccur through time.
HYD_PH_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 pH (Habitat) pH refers to the acidity or basicity of water on a scale of 0 to 14. pH has a major impact on both habitat conditions and biota found at a location. pH may be influenced by the surrounding landscape (geological setting, water balance, quality, type of soils, vegetation and land use) which in turn dictates habitat of the aquatic environment.
HYD_QUAL_H Long (4 byte integer) 4 Hydrological Data Quality (Habitat) Provides additional detail on the quantity of remotely sensed imagery used to determine hydrological attribution sourced from the Wetland Insight Tool.
HYD_SAL_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Salinity (Landscape) Salinity refers to the amount of dissolved salt in the water.
HYD_WEXT_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Residence Extent (Habitat) Residence extent refers to the area of water that is present relative to the maximum wetland extent. Residence time can have a large influence on the habitat conditions and subsequent biotic assemblages.
HYD_WEXV_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Residence Extent Variability (Habitat) Residence extent variability refers to the variability in the area of water that is present relative to the maximum wetland extent.
HYD_WSRC_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Relative Dominance of Water Sources (Habitat) The relative requirements of an ecosystem for water from different sources. Water source has a significant impact on the specific environmental conditions found at a location and therefore influences habitat and biota.
HYD_WTIM_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Residence Time (Habitat) Residence time refers to the amount of time that water is present. Residence time can have a large influence on the habitat conditions and subsequent biotic assemblages.
HYD_WTIV_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Residence Time Variability (Habitat) Residence time variability refers to the variability in the amount of time that water is present.
LND_ALT_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Altitude (Landscape) Altitude refers to the vertical distance between the wetland and Australian Height Datum.
LND_BREG_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Biogeographic Region (Landscape) Bioregions delineate regions with a similar set of major environmental influences (climate, geomorphology, landforms and lithology) that shape the occurrence of flora and fauna and their interaction with the physical environment.
LND_BREG_R Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Biogeographic Region (Region) Bioregions delineate regions with a similar set of major environmental influences (climate, geomorphology, landforms and lithology) that shape the occurrence of flora and fauna and their interaction with the physical environment.
LND_LZON_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 2 Land Zone (Landscape) Land zones represent major differences in geology and in the associated landforms, soils, and physical processes that give rise to distinctive landforms or continue to shape them.
LND_LZON_R Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Land Zone (Region) Land zones represent major differences in geology and in the associated landforms, soils, and physical processes that give rise to distinctive landforms or continue to shape them.
LND_MORP_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Terrain Morphology (Habitat) Shape of the landform surface
LND_PREG_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Physiographic Region (Landscape) Physiographic provinces distinguish major physiographic changes based on similarities in landform characteristics and/or processes. Each province is described in terms of geology, structure, and broad regolith types. Phyiographic provinces can be used to interpret broad landscape processes providing biogeographic and evolutionary context for ecosystems and habitats.
LND_PREG_R Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Physiographic Region (Region) Physiographic provinces distinguish major physiographic changes based on similarities in landform characteristics and/or processes. Each province is described in terms of geology, structure, and broad regolith types. Phyiographic provinces can be used to interpret broad landscape processes providing biogeographic and evolutionary context for ecosystems and habitats.
LND_SLOP_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 7 Terrain Slope (Habitat) Indication of the general or dominant slope of a morphological feature
LND_SLOP_L Text (UTF-8 encoded) 3 Terrain Slope (Landscape) Indication of the general or dominant slope of a morphological feature
OTH_HAB_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 33 Wetland Habitat (Habitat) Wetland habitats represent a typology that groups ecosystems for general management and planning purposes based on climate class, floodplain, flora composition, flora growth form, freshwater biogeographic province, groundwater flow system, permanence of water, salinity, source aquifer, substrate composition, substrate grain size, and wetland system.
OTH_WSYS_H Text (UTF-8 encoded) 9 Wetland Regional Ecosystem System (Habitat) List of wetland system for each wetland regional ecosystem in the polygon.
SED_GSZ Text (UTF-8 encoded) 2 Substrate Grain Size (Landscape) Categorises the size of unconsolidated substrates by their diameter (regardless of composition). Definitions sourced from Module 3, 4 – Intertidal and subtidal ecosystem types of Central Queensland.
SMB_CMP Text (UTF-8 encoded) 5 Structural Macrobiota Composition (Landscape) The composition of sessile habitat-forming species. Their presence increases spatial complexity, altering local environmental conditions that leads to colonisation by a diverse assemblage of organisms. Ther term "macrobiota" implies that an organism must be visible to the naked eye. The structuring role of macrobiota can include both three dimensional and two dimensional structure.
SUB_CMP Text (UTF-8 encoded) 6 Substrate Composition (Landscape) What constitutes the substrate of the sea floor and intertidal area, i.e. its make-up. Definitions sourced from Module 3, 4 – Intertidal and subtidal ecosystem types of Central Queensland.
XXX_AREA Double (8 byte floating point) 8 Area (Habitat) The maximum area of the ecosystem in hectares.
XXX_LEGE Text (UTF-8 encoded) 7 Legend (Habitat) Legend combines information on wetland system, wetland habitat hydrological modification, and wetland percentage for the purposes of data visualisation.
XXX_UID Text (UTF-8 encoded) 16 Unique ID (Habitat) Unique ID refers to a identifying code for this data version unique to each feature.
AFID Text (UTF-8 encoded) 14 Attributed Feature ID Attributed Feature ID is a unique identifier across all versions of all layers
U_CMODEL Text (UTF-8 encoded) 128 Habitat conceptual model URL of the relevant conceptual model on the WetlandInfo website - to dominant or first habitat
U_MGTPROF Text (UTF-8 encoded) 88 Wetland management profile
U_TYPOLOGY Text (UTF-8 encoded) 143 Typology

Modifications

The wetland area layer used by WetlandSummary is based on the source layers below, with the following modifications:

  • Added field AFID - Attributed Feature ID
  • Added field U_CMODEL - Habitat conceptual model
  • Added field U_MGTPROF - Wetland management profile
  • Added field U_TYPOLOGY - Typology

Source layer: Queensland Wetland Data Version 6.0 – Wetland Areas 2019

(wetland/2019/wetland-area/herb-qld-wetland-areas-v6.shp.xml)

Esri
Creation Date
2023-02-27
Creation Time
09:05:41
Modification Date
2023-03-24
Modification Time
21:55:40
Dist Info
Distributor
Distor Cont
Contact—individual name
DES, Open Data
Contact—organization name
Department of Environment and Science
Contact—position name
Principle Scientist
Rp Cnt Info
Cnt Address
City
TOOWONG
Country
AU
Contact email address
opendata♲des.qld.gov.au
Role
details available on request
Data Id Info
Id Citation
Title
Queensland Wetland Data Version 6.0 – Wetland Areas 2019
Edition
Version 6.0
Date
Creation date
2023-01-31
Additional human language abstract/description

This dataset provides mapping of wetlands as at 2019 extent at 1:100,000 scale across Queensland. Coastal areas may be mapped at 1:50,000 scale and Brisbane City and areas covered by a Property Map of Assessable Vegetation (PMAV) may be mapped at 1:25,000 scale.

Resource purpose/summary
To monitor and report on changes in wetland extent and type.
Id Po C
Contact—individual name
Director
Contact—organization name
Queensland Herbarium
Contact—position name
Director
Rp Cnt Info
Cnt Address
City
Toowong
Country
AU
Contact email address
Queensland.Herbarium♲qld.gov.au
Role
details available on request
Id Po C
Contact—organization name
Department of Environment and Science
Contact—position name
Communications Officer, Queensland Wetlands Program
Rp Cnt Info
Cnt Address
City
Brisbane
Country
AU
Contact email address
wetlands♲des.qld.gov.au
Role
details available on request
Theme Keys
Thesa Name
Title
ANZLIC
Date
Creation date
2019-06-14
Keyword
WETLAND extent
Keyword
WATER Wetlands
Keyword
VEGETATION
Keyword
WETLANDS Mapping
Keyword
WATER
Keyword
WATER Mapping
Keyword
VEGETATION Mapping
Theme Keys
Thesa Name
Title
ISO 19115 Topic Category
Date
Creation date
2019-06-14
Keyword
biota
Keyword
imageryBaseMapsEarthCover
Keyword
environment
Keyword
inlandWaters
Theme Keys
Thesa Name
Title
ISO 19115 Topic Categories
Date
Creation date
2019-06-14
Keyword
inlandWaters
Keyword
imageryBaseMapsEarthCover
Keyword
environment
Keyword
biota
Search Keys
Keyword
WETLAND extent
Keyword
WATER Wetlands
Keyword
VEGETATION
Keyword
WETLANDS Mapping
Keyword
WATER
Keyword
WATER Mapping
Keyword
VEGETATION Mapping
Keyword
biota
Keyword
imageryBaseMapsEarthCover
Keyword
environment
Keyword
inlandWaters
Keyword
inlandWaters
Keyword
imageryBaseMapsEarthCover
Keyword
environment
Keyword
biota
Keyword
State or Territory
Res Const
Consts
Security use limitations

Wetlands linework reproduced at a scale greater than 1:100,000, except in designated areas, should be used as a guide only. While every care is taken to ensure the accuracy of the Information Product, the Department Environment and Science 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.

Res Const
Leg Consts
Security use limitations
While every care is taken to ensure the accuracy of the Information Product, the Department Environment and Science 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.
Res Const
Sec Consts
details available on request
Supplemental information about the data
Detailed methodology can be viewed at: http://wetlandinfo.des.qld.gov.au/wetlands/facts-maps/wetland-background/

References

Department of Environment and Science (2022) Queensland Wetland Mapping Method: A Method for Providing Baseline Mapping of Wetland Extent Change in Queensland Version 2.0. Department of Environment and Science, Brisbane.
Dq Info
Report
Data quality report, measure description
All polygons visually checked at 1:100,000 scale and by topological consistency checks. Inconsistencies between the water body classification and wetland regional ecosystem classification were highlighted, manually checked and reconciled.
Report
Data quality report, measure description
Complete to the best available source infomation available at the time of publishing.
Data Lineage
Lineage statement, a general explanation
This dataset is derived from the Queensland Herbarium's: Biodiversity of Pre-Clearing and Remnant Regional Ecosystems, and Wetland Waterbodies.

Queensland Wetland Data Version 6.0 – Wetland Areas (2019), is an updated version of data previously released as version 1.0 (GBR catchments), version 1.1 (Wide Bay Burnett catchments), version 1.2 (Great Barrier Reef, northern Cape York Peninsula and Queensland Murray Darling Basin), version 1.3 (Queensland) and version 2.0 to 5.0 (Queensland). Versions up to and including version 1.3 depicted extent of wetlands based on rectified 2001 Landsat ETM+ imagery, version 2.0 depicted extent of wetlands based on rectified 2005 Landsat ETM+ imagery . Version 3.0 depicted extent of wetlands in 2001, 2005 and 2009 based on rectified 2001/2005/2009 Landsat ETM+ imagery.  Version 4.0 depicts the extent of wetlands in 2001, 2005, 2009 and 2013 based on rectified 2001/2005/2009/2013 Landsat ETM+ imagery. Version 5.0 depicts the extent of wetlands in 2001, 2005, 2009, 2013 and 2017 based on rectified 2001/2005/2009/2013/2017 Landsat ETM+ imagery. Version 6.0 depicts the extent of wetlands in 2001, 2005, 2009, 2013, 2017 and 2019 based on rectified 2001/2005/2009/2013/2017/2019 Landsat ETM+ imagery. This data is produced by combining the wetland regional ecosystem areas with wetland waterbody data. Where overlap occurred across wetland waterbodies and wetland regional ecosystem polygons, a decision tree is used to determine which polygon takes priority.

The extent of wetlands depicted is based on rectified 2019 Landsat ETM+ imagery (supplied by SLATS, Department of Environment and Science).

Note that some small offshore terrestrial islands may not be delineated due to the mapping extents and scale of source data and the imagery available to delineate such features.

Full details on the methodology can be found: https://wetlandinfo.des.qld.gov.au/wetlands/facts-maps/wetland-background/
Report
Data quality report, measure description
This dataset is GDA2020 compatible. The source data, and therefore the captured features are georeferenced as GDA94 (horizontal only).  The horizontal accuracy of the geo-referencing and/or data collection method for this example is greater than the datum offset between GDA94 and GDA2020 (1.8 meters).  The resulting dataset has been nominated as a low-accuracy GDA2020 dataset. As this data has not directly measured in GDA2020, nor transformed to GDA2020 the resulting data is 'GDA2020 Compatible', not Compliant.
Entity and Attribute Information
details available on request

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This page should be cited as:

Department of Environment, Science and Innovation, Queensland (n.d.) Wetland area – spatial metadata, WetlandInfo website, accessed 1 February 2024. Available at: https://wetlandinfo.des.qld.gov.au/wetlands/facts-maps/get-mapping-help/metadata/wetland/2019/wetland-area/

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