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Ecology of the Hardman Basin, N.T.



Ecology of the Hardman Basin, N.T.

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by C.S. Robinson.


Robinson, C. S.; Australia. Dept. of the Northern Territory. Animal Industry and Agriculture Branch


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Ecological surveys -- Northern Territory -- Hardman Basin; Soil erosion -- Northern Territory -- Hardman Basin

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Northern Territory Administration

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54 p. in various pagings, 5 leaves of plates : ill. ; 30 cm.

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o. on the Elder sandstone carry a dominated by E. pruinosa with ~~==~~ ______ ~_ and Bauhinia Qunninghamii is an understory of very dense4 Acacia farnesiana on the uphill side of the Duncan what appear to be calcareous a woodland vegetation dominated with Bauhinia cunninghamii This association becomes vehicle, around permanent or localities Pandanus sp. and found. of the two major rivers forms One is dominated by E~ papuana a most attractive parkland f The second is a woodland ------ and E. confertiflora. levees and the tree associations which creeks and their relative and the lower reaches of their their banks Tristania lactiflua spp. and creeks carry a heavy terminalis, E. argillacea, (aff_ arostrata) and drainage lines even in the lines of trees predominantly .......;..~~-~~ and Bauhinia cunninghamii, in any drainage line situation completely impenetrable, drainage lines in alluvium major rivers. Dense thickets have colonised certain areas Negri River. alluvial areas are found on the alluvial soils and the eroded yellow doubted if either of the last

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