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Remnant vegetation survey : Darwin to Palmerston region : a report to Greening Australia N.T.

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Title
Remnant vegetation survey : Darwin to Palmerston region : a report to Greening Australia N.T.
Creator
Brock, John 1951-
Collection
E-Publications; PublicationNT; E-Books
Date
1995-00-00
Location
Darwin
Description
Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; Remnant vegetation is defined as an area of land which contains native vegetation in a natural state. Much remnant vegetation has been lost or seriously degraded as a result of urban expansion, clearing and development. Poor land management practices have also contributed to long term deterioration of native bushland. Factors causing negative impact include uncontrolled fires, weed intrusion, stormwater runoff, unformed tracks with subsequent erosion, and indiscriminate dumping of household and industrial waste. The main aim of this survey was to identify, describe and map areas of native remnant vegetation and to both determine and graphically represent their significance.
Language
English
Subject
Vegetation surveys -- Northern Territory -- Darwin Region; Plants -- Northern Territory -- Darwin Region; Vegetation, Remnant
Publisher name
Greening Australia?
Place of publication
Darwin (N.T.)
Format
43 leaves ; 30 cm.
File type
application/pdf.
Copyright owner
Check within Publication or with content Publisher.
Parent handle
https://hdl.handle.net/10070/239792
Citation address
https://hdl.handle.net/10070/627055

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