Large proportions of Western Australia's dryland farms suffer from water supply problems in the form of shortages, poor quality or combinations of these two factors ... A regional study for the North-eastern and Eastern Wheatbelt of Western Australia was undertaken. The base data used to develop water supply areas included soil type, landscape units, geology, hydrogeology, native vegetation and existing far water resource infrastructure.
Remnant vegetation, Bruce Rock region (WA), Western Australia, Soil types, Rural areas, Yilgarn region (WA), Kellerberrin region (WA), Infrastructure, Nungarin region (WA), Mukinbudin region (WA), Hydrogeology, Dalwallinu (WA Shire), Narembeen region (WA), Merredin (WA Shire), Water supply, Geology, Westonia region (WA), Trayning region (WA), Koorda (WA Shire), Eastern wheatbelt region (WA), Mt. Marshall (WA Shire), North eastern wheatbelt region (WA), Water management
Murphy-White, S. (2007), Farm water for the north-eastern and eastern wheatbelt of Western Australia (Zones 2 and 5). Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Report 318.
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