The Lockhart Catchment is the largest subcatchment of the Avon River Basin covering just over 3.56 million hectares, including 15 Shires running from Quairading and Bruce Rock in the north to Pingrup and Lake King in the south. This document aims to give the reader a starting point from which to further assess larger scale areas of the catchment for the purpose of planning to reverse and improve land degradation and sustainable farming in Western Australia.
Wind erosion, Lakes region (WA), Soil degradation, Corrigin (WA Shire), Narembeen region (WA), Hydrogeology, Tammin (WA Shire), Vegetation management, Brookton (WA Shire), Water erosion, Soil, Kellerberrin (WA Shire), Cunderdin (WA Shire), Salinity, Groundwater, Kulin region (WA), Remnant vegetation, Gnowangerup (WA Shire), Quairading region (WA), Jerramungup (WA Shire), Water deficit, Watersheds, Waterways, Bruce Rock (WA Shire), Lake Grace (WA Shire), Kent (WA Shire), Soil management, Dumbleyung (WA Shire), Yilgarn region (WA), Ravensthorpe (WA Shire), Beverley (WA Shire), Risk assessment, Watershed management, Western Australia
Murphy-White, S, and Leoni, P. (2006), Lockhart catchment appraisal 2005. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Report 310.
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Lockhart catchment appraisal 2005 - figure 2.3 Groundwater trends.pdf (1232 kB)
Lockhart catchment appraisal 2005 - percent slope map.pdf (554 kB)
Lockhart catchment appraisal 2005 - salinity map.pdf (645 kB)
Lockhart catchment appraisal 2005 - soils map.pdf (3465 kB)
Lockhart catchment appraisal 2005 - valley floor low lying area map.pdf (619 kB)
Lockhart catchment appraisal 2005 - vegetation by type map.pdf (1638 kB)
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