The aims of this Resource Management Technical Report are to assess the current extent of salinity and other natural resource degradation hazards within the Hillman and Narrogin Zones of Western Australia. These zones cover 409,000 hectares in South West Western Australia, including the towns of Narrogin and Darkan. It also includes benchmarks and sustainability indicators that can be used by landholders and planners to determine the best management options for the area.
Wagin (WA Shire), Watersheds, Western Australia, Soil management, Narrogin region (WA), Waterways, Risk assessment, Watershed management, Williams (WA Shire), South west region (WA), Hydrogeology, West Arthur (WA Shire), Narrogin (WA Shire), Vegetation management, Water erosion, Darkan region (WA), Salinity, Remnant vegetation, Groundwater, Wickepin (WA Shire), Wind erosion, Cropping systems, Soil degradation, Soil, Water deficit
Brockman, H. (2006), Hillman and Narrogin zones (Blackwood zones 8 and 9) : rapid catchment appraisal. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Report 309.
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