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Visualising Victoria's Biodiversity

Visualising Victoria's Biodiversity (VVB) - a place to discover and share spatial information on Victoria's environmental values, conservation activities and research.

VVB is a community resource and welcomes your feedback, input and contribution. VVB brings together existing environmental datasets and information created and managed by government agencies, organisations, community groups and individuals.

We encourage anyone wishing to share spatial information on biodiversity values from anywhere in Victoria to contact us to explore options for visualising your data on VVB.

Currently, VVB provides tools to:

  • generate a report with lists of environmental features, such as flora and fauna records, for a selected area of interest
  • view map layers of environmental features and observations in any area of Victoria
  • share information about your environmental project or research.

VVB is a Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation (CeRDI) initiative and is a partner site of the State Wide Integrated Flora and Fauna Teams (SWIFFT) network. VVB is supported by the Helen Macpherson Smith Trust.

For further information please contact us here

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