Further analysis of vegetation cover across the wider Strathbogie Shire allowed us to begin to visualise trends across the entire year of 2018. 


Comparing townships, it becomes possible to see how the built environment matrix impacts vegetation cover over time. Watering regimes and land use planning have a direct impact on vegetation cover percentage values over time. 


With this near real-time capacity to monitor our environment via Earth Observations means future planning decisions by local government can steward environmental variables positively. 



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Strathbogie Shire Analysis

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