North eastern goldfields region (W.A.), Range pastures. Range management, Western Australia, Goldfields region (W.A.)
This report commences with a brief section in which rangeland survey information is put into a pastoral management context. It then describes the environment in terms of types of rangeland and climate. Types of rangeland are described in terms of pasture types, land systems and land types. A pasture type is a kind of land at a plant community or landform scale. It is what is seen out of the window of a vehicle and what monitoring sites are located on. A land system can be seen as a pattern of pasture types in a characteristic position in the landscape. Similar land systems are grouped into land types - these may be easier to deal with on a station plan if there are many land systems present.
Pringle, H J. (1994), Pastoral resources and their management in the north-eastern goldfields, Western Australia. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia. Report 22/94, 138p.
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