Table 1. The data sets and frequency of use in the 19 individual ecosystem function maps (references to data custodians can be found in Table 2, Appendix 2).

Data Sets Applied # of EFs applied to
Good Grass Cover 11
Woody Vegetation 10
Wetlands 9
Mangroves, Samphire and Salt Marsh; Floodplains and Coastal Deposits; Woody Vegetation on Streams; Sea Surface; Tidal Zone 7
SEQ Biodiversity Planning Assessment V3.4; Good Agricultural Land (Classes A and B); SEQ Water Bodies; SEQ Streams; Vegetation Corridors 6
Seagrass; Euphotic Zone; Sand and Mudbanks; Vegetation Tracts 5
Fish Habitat Areas; Reefs; Rocky Reefs; Special Biodiversity Values; Woody Vegetation on Slopes; Good Streams 4
Low Total Nitrogen; Low Total Phosphorus; Low Total Suspended Solids; Priority Taxa Nonremnant; High Rainfall; Reservoirs; Threatened Species Habitat; Islands; Island Streams; Wet Forests; Regional Ecosystem Variety 3
High Ecosystem Values Aquatic; Core Habitat; FLAG Lowup; Managed Forests; Marine Park Conservation Zone; Marine Park Habitat Zone; Sand and Gravel above 5m; Deeps and Drops; Heathlands; Midlands; Mountains 2
Broad Agriculture; Grey Nurse Habitat; Grazing; Density of Headwater Streams; Intensive Agriculture; Land less than 5m; Coastal Dunes; Plantations; High Total Nitrogen; High Total Phosphorus; High Total Suspended Solids; Woody Vegetation less than 5m; Wader Habitat and Roosts; Geo Diversity; Scenic Preference; Shelter 1
These data sets were identified data gaps at the time of developing these maps. They were derived for the purposes of this methodology from other data sets listed in this table.