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- All maps created as part of this BA for inclusion in this product used the Albers equal area projection with a central meridian of 151.0° East for the Clarence-Moreton bioregion and two standard parallels of –18.0° and –36.0°.
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 From 1 January 2014, in NSW CMAs transitioned into local land services (LLS) regions. However, as this CMA operated within the NSW section of the Clarence-Moreton bioregion when it was defined in 2012, these data have continued to be used.
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