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Location SA - Emergency Location Markers

Data layer includes emergency location markers (point locations) within DEW parks. Each emergency location marker (ELM) carries an alpha numeric code made up of three letters representing the park name, and three numbers indicating a specific marker point within the park. For example BEL001 would be the first emergency location marker in Belair National Park. Emergency Location Markers may be used on park information signs at high use visitor destinations, trail head signs at entry points to trails, at regular intervals along high use trails (on trail markers every 500 metres), at locations offering higher risk activities such as mountain biking or rock-climbing or on water safety signs. NOTE: ELM's should not be used if a verifiable address or road intersection can be attributed to the location.For more information please visit the LocationSA Metadata Portal: http://location.sa.gov.au/lms/Reports/ReportMetadata.aspx?p_no=1952&pu=y.

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Source https://portal.aurin.org.au
Last Updated July 28, 2020, 06:37 (UTC)
Created July 28, 2020, 05:47 (UTC)
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
AURIN Open API ID aurin:datasource-LocationSA-ADH_locsa_EmergencyLocationMarkers
Aggregation Level NA
Attribute List Attribute rel date, Capture method, Capture source, Edit date, Emergency Location Marker ID, Feature rel date, Feature source, GDA lat, GDA long, Geometry, Hike name, Hike name1, Hike name2, Horizontal accuracy, Location description, Object ID, Status, Trackname
Attribution Location SA, (2020): Location SA - Emergency Location Markers; accessed from AURIN on [date of access].
Coordinate Ref. System EPSG:4283 (GDA_1994)
Copyright Notice © Location SA 2020
Geometry Field SHAPE
Key OBJECTID
Type dataset
spatial {"type": "Polygon", "coordinates": [[[136.66, -36.06], [138.71, -36.06], [138.71, -34.87], [136.66, -34.87], [136.66, -36.06]]]}