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Natural Capital Evidence Bank - Soil Accounts - Experimental Environmental-Economic Accounts for NSW - 2021

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This dashboard is part of a large initiative being carried by the Centre for Advanced Environmental Economics (CAEE) to produce environmental-economic accounts under the United Nations-endorsed System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA). SEEA accounts produced by the CAEE, and other economic valuation frameworks, are hosted in the Natural Capital Evidence Bank (NCEB) repository.

This data cube presents accounts for soils and land-use in New South Wales. These accounts form part of the CAEE Soils theme, and currently include a Soil Extent physical account, a Soil Condition physical account, and a Land-use physical account. The purpose of developing these accounts is to better understand the degree to which different NSW Great Soil Groups are being used for activities which are compatible or incompatible with their physical capabilities.

SEED datasets related to this dashboard:

17 Jun 2022
Department of Planning and Environment

This dataset is part of a large initiative being carried out by the Centre for Advanced Environmental Economics (CAEE) to produce environmental-economic accounts under the UN-endorsed System of Enviro...

Economics, Environmental-Economic Accounting, Natural Capital, SEEA
17 Jun 2022
Department of Planning and Environment

This dataset is part of a large initiative being carried by the Centre for Advanced Environmental Economics (CAEE) to produce environmental-economic accounts under the UN-endorsed System of Environmen...

Economics, Environmental-Economic Accounting, Natural Capital, SEEA

The sources for this dashboard are:

NSW Landuse v1.2

NSW Landuse v1.2

Great Soil Group (GSG) Soil Type map of NSW

Great Soil Group (GSG) Soil Type map of NSW

Land and Soil Capability mapping for NSW

Land and Soil Capability mapping for NSW

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