Victorian Primary Production Landscapes (PPL)

The Primary Production Landscapes (PPLs) is a high level spatial framework that divides the state into 6 regions and 22 sub regions. Soil and landscape data, land use maps, the climatic record, and regional experience of agronomists and land managers have been used to define the PPLs. The PPLs have been characterised for dominant soil types and associated inherent management issues. PPLs were also described by major agricultural industries and practices that occur within them. Statewide maps for key climatic variables including temperature, rainfall and growing season rainfall were used to provide context for predicted changes in climate across the PPLs. These detailed descriptions are available on the Victorian Resources Online website (

DOI 10.4226/92/58e72567b7d51

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    Victorian Primary Production Landscapes (PPL)

Additional Information

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Published (Metadata record) 01/08/2014
Last updated 23/09/2020
Organisation Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
Data temporal coverage: 01/07/2010 to 01/07/2010
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