Land use study of the rural environs of Darwin : (Area 1)
Wells, M. R.; Australia. Department of the Northern Territory. Land Conservation Section
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Land use -- Northern Territory -- Darwin Region
Department of the Northern Territory, Land Conservation Section
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Land Unit lc. Landform Occurrence Site Drainage Soils Vegetation Evaluation Land unit ld. Landform (a) skeletal crests on low plateau surface. (b) gently sloping ( 5%). (c) relief to 10 m. (d) extensive surface gravel plus stone; moderately extensive outcrop. Kay, and plateau remnants within other land systems. excessive. (a) lithosols and minor shallow red massive earths. (b) uniformi loamy sand to sandy loami red earths have gradational profile. (c) 30-70% gravels. (d) excessively drained. Woodland to open forest: E. blesseri, minor E. miniata sparse low tree and shrub understory~ Use Urban Intensive Agriculture Limitation slope, outcrop, depth. depth, outcrop. slope, drainage. Rating moderately severe. severe. moderately severe. severe. (a) broad run-on areas on low plateau surface. (b) gently sloping (<:1.5%). -32
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