Planning, agriculture. land capability, land resources, ground water
High quality agricultural land (HQAL) integrates existing data on soils, land capability, water resources and rainfall into the planning process. The approach generates a series of maps and accompanying tables which depict and characterise agricultural land in a way that planners and investors can readily understand. Outputs include detailed maps and tables showing a region's potential for broadacre and irrigated agriculture.
Tille, P J, Stuart-Street, A, and van Gool, D. (2013), Identification of high quality agricultural land in the Mid West region: Stage 1 - Geraldton planning region. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia. Report 386, 226p.
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