Remnant vegetation mapping and its incorporation into a Geographical Information System (GIS) data base is the first stage in an overall documentation and promotion of conservation of remnant vegetation in Western Australia. The primary objective of this project being to determine the amount, distribution and regional location of native vegetation remaining on private land in the agricultural area of south-west Western Australia.
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Remnant vegetation, Soils, Vegetation types, Soil conservation, Erosion, Salinity, Western Australia.
Beeston, G R, Mlodowski, G, Sanders, A, and True, D. (1995), Remnant Vegetation Inventory on the Southern Agricultural Areas of Western Australia.. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Report 149.
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