Ecology of the Hardman Basin, N.T.
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
Northern Territory Administration
54 p. in various pagings, 5 leaves of plates : ill. ; 30 cm.
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CSIRO Land System Geology Topography Soils Vegetation Erosion Stability Potential 1b Buchanan Elder sandstone Fringes of- the sandstone plateau surfaoe including both t he upper slopes of. up to 3% and the scarp slopes with narrow benches. Frequent flat sandstone outcrop. Indeterminate drainage. Very shallow red sandy soils with frequent scalds and sandstone outcrop. Savannah as in 7a. Grasses predominantly Eriachne and ~nneapogon with frequent bare scald patches and 'local areas of the perennial grasses of 7a. Sheetwash which is severe on steeper slopes. Mainly very stable. Rough wet season grazing; if improvement of 7a should be succes8ful then this improvement work could be extended a.t least into parts of this un! t.
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