Landscapes, Soil surveys, Kimberley region (WA), Vegetation, Soils, Western Australia
The Land Systems of the Kimberley Region Report describes and maps the landscapes, soils and vegetation of the Kimberley region. This report is a consolidation of surveys carried out by different organisations, across different areas of the Kimberley, since the 1940s. The Kimberley region, as defined in this bulletin, covers 330 070km². The report categorises the Kimberley region into 111 land systems. Under each land system, the report identifies the vulnerabilities of those areas, and provides recommendations on how to achieve sustainable use. The report also publishes pasture types for the entire region and the grazing potential for each pasture, ranging from high to very low.
Maps are not included as part of the complete document download. If this bulletin contains a map, it will be available in the Individual Parts list below.
Schoknecht, N, and Payne, A L. (2010), Land systems of the Kimberley region, Western Australia. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia. Technical Bulletin 98, 250p.
Land Systems of the Kimberley Region WA Part 2.pdf (4219 kB)
Land Systems of the Kimberley Region WA Part 3.pdf (4387 kB)
Land Systems of the Kimberley Region WA Part 4.pdf (3824 kB)
Land Systems of the Kimberley Region WA Part 5.pdf (3490 kB)
Land Systems of the Kimberley Region WA Part 6.pdf (3434 kB)
Land Systems of the Kimberley Region WA Part 7.pdf (3156 kB)
Land Systems of the Kimberley Region WA Part 8.pdf (2157 kB)
Land Systems of the Kimberley Region WA Part 9.pdf (112 kB)
Land Systems of the Kimberley Region WA Map.pdf (19509 kB)
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