Rangeland survey in Western Australia - History, Methodology and Applications
The rangelands of Western Australia lie to the north-west of the agricultural areas, extending east to the Nullarbor and north to the Kimberley (Fig. 1).The major areas that are used for pastoralism are most of the Kimberley and the Pilbara, nearly all of the mulga shrublands, plus some of the Goldfields gum belt and part of the Nullarbor Plain.
(1991), Rangeland survey in Western Australia - History, Methodology and Applications. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Report 22/91.
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