New South Wales population data grouped into 15 climatic areas, 2001

TypeCollection
TitleNew South Wales population data grouped into 15 climatic areas, 2001
Alternate TitleNew South Wales postal areas grouped into 15 climatic regions with population densities, 2001
Collection TypeDataset
Access PrivilegesMeteorology and Health
DOI - Digital Object Identifier10.4225/13/50BBFCADCF6F0
Metadata LanguageEnglish
Data LanguageEnglish
Brief DescriptionThe zones in this data set were constructed by grouping Postal Areas based on the Bureau of Meteorology rainfall districts in New South Wales. It displays these climate zones and their respective population densities. Two multipart Postal Areas that span the border of climatic zones, shown by crosshatched areas were excluded because they cannot be considered part of a single climatic region. The data for this collection is stored in ESRI shapefile format and the image representing the data was generated using ESRI ArcGIS.
Full DescriptionThe zones in this data set were constructed by grouping Postal Areas based on the Bureau of Meteorology rainfall districts in New South Wales. It displays these climate zones and their respective population densities. Two multipart Postal Areas that span the border of climatic zones, shown by crosshatched areas were excluded because they cannot be considered part of a single climatic region. The data for this collection is stored in ESRI shapefile format and the image representing the data was generated using ESRI ArcGIS.
Contact Emailivan.hanigan@canberra.edu.au
Fields of Research111706 - Epidemiology
040107 - Meteorology
1603 - Demography
Keywordsgeographical areas
population
postal areas
postcodes
weather
Date Coverage
Date FromDate To
2001-01-012001-12-31
Time Period2001
Geospatial Location
Location TypeLocation Value
DCMI Box notation conformant with iso 19139name=New South Wales; northlimit=-28.157019910214316; southlimit=-37.505024132088366; westlimit=140.999277999; eastlimit=153.63885340000002
Date of data creation2010
Year of data publication2010
Creator(s) for Citation
Given NameSurname
IvanHanigan
Publisher for CitationAustralian Data Archive
Publications

Identifier Type
Digital Object Identifier
Identifier Value
10.1186/1476-072X-5-38
Publication Title
Hanigan I, Hall G, Dear KBG. A comparison of methods for calculating population exposure estimates of daily weather for health research. International Journal of Health Geographics 2006;5(38)
Publication Reference


Access RightsAvailable to staff and students at The Australian National University. Contact Ivan Hanigan for further information.
Rights held in and over the dataCopyright (c) 2011, The Australian National University. All rights reserved.| (c) Copyright Commonwealth of Australia 2005, Bureau of Meteorology. All rights reserved.| ABS Copyright (c) Commonwealth of Australia 2001, Australian Bureau of Statistics Census data is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Australia licence. All rights reserved.
Status: Published
Published To:
- Australian National Data Service
- Australian National University
Identifier: anudc:2653
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