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Title: Kakadu floodplain inundation frequency map 1985-2011
Author: National Enviromental Research Program
Kakadu National Park
University of Western Australia
Griffith University
Publication location: Darwin
Publisher: National Environmental Research Program Northern Australia Hub
Notes: This project received funding from the Australian Government's National Environmental Research Program
Description / Abstract: This map shows the areas on the Alligator Rivers Region floodplain that flood in blue. The darker the blue, the longer the area is inundated. While the pale blue areas flood, they are the first to drain when flooding recedes. This information was derived from satellite images taken three times per year, in six different years, between 1985 and 2011
Made available by the Northern Territory Library via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).
Physical Description: 1 page : colour map ; poster
Language: English
Subject: Floods
Subject Location: Kakadu National Park
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