2013, English, Book, Illustrated
National Coastal Geomorphology Information Framework implementation : discovery and distribution / M. Hazelwood, W.A. (Tony) Nicholas and M. Woolf.
Hazelwood, M., (author.)
"Geoscience Australia collaborated with the Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency (DCCEE) in a national programme of work that focused on an assessment of the vulnerability of Australia's coastline to the impacts of sea level rise ... Completion of the programme of work ... resulted in the creation of the National Coastal Geomorphology classification and geodatabase. This data is underpinned by pre-existing spatial data sourced from local, state and federal government agencies that were reclassified to conform to the new National Coastal Geomorphology classification scheme.This report describes the rationale and workflow for the management and distribution of the National Coastal Geomorphology data undertaken as part of 'Schedule 10', the subsequent phase of this programme. Geomorphology data, together with elevation, hazard and exposure data, underpin assessments of coastal vulnerability for current and future climate conditions". --Online abstract.
1. Project background
4.1. Storage and delivery of the NCG data
4.1.1. Modification of the classification
4.1.2. Matching the classification vocabularies
4.1.3. Create the geodatabase structure
4.1.4. Migration of the data into the GA Enterprise Geodatabase
4.1.5. Delivery of the National Coastal Geomorphology data via MapConnect
4.1.6. Formalisation of licensing arrangements
4.2. Engagement with contributing stakeholders
5. Outcomes and recommendations for future work
5.1. National Coastal Geomorphology data
5.2. Stakeholder engagement
5.3. Australian Coastal Compartments Conceptual Framework
Appendix A. Revised National Coastal Geomorphology Classification
Appendix B. Regolith Geomorphology Geodatabase Schema
Appendix C. Overview of the proposed Coastal Geoscience Information Committee.
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