Provides a broad description of the biophysical environment on Wanjarri Nature Reserve, discusses land management hazards, assesses and suggests an alternative alignment for the proposed Goldfields Gas Pipeline and briefly discusses environmental monitoring.From a purely environmental perspective the optimal alignment for the proposed Goldfields Gas Pipeline might be to the east of the mulga plains, in the spinifex for most of the way, and west of the sand ridge field near the track down to South Bore.
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Wanjarri Nature Reserve (WA), Goldfields Gas Transmission Joint Venture, Environmental degradation, Western Australia, Resource management, Nature reserves, Environmental protection, Land types, Land management, Goldfields region (WA)
Pringle, H J. (1995), Environmental considerations for the proposed goldfields gas pipeline route through Wanjarri Nature Reserve. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Report 148.
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