Toolibin region (WA), Mapping, Land clearance, Assessment, Vegetation, Western Australia, Watersheds, Remnant vegetation
The aim of this study were to construct a digital database of the historical patterns of land clearing (amount, spatial distribution); to reconstruct the historical vegetation of the Toolibin catchment, Western Australia, using mallet maps and reports of the period; to produce maps showing the rate of clearing for the periods 1960-70, 1970-80, 1980-96; and to analyse the relationships between soil types, topographic position and land clearing.
Maps are not included as part of the complete document download. If this report contains a map, it will be available in the Individual Parts list below.
Beeston, G R, and Metternicht, G. (2002), Assessing chronological changes in remnant native forest at catchment level : a case study on the Toolibin catchment area. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia. Report 248, 90p.
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