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Agricultural impact in Western Australia on vegetation (2002)

Murdoch University
Dean Diepeveen (Owner of)
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ctx_ver=Z39.88-2004&rft_val_fmt=info%3Aofi%2Ffmt%3Akev%3Amtx%3Adc&rfr_id=info%3Asid%2FANDS&rft_id=https://ccgapps.com.au/ipa/data/recent-vegetation/&rft.title=Agricultural impact in Western Australia on vegetation (2002)&rft.publisher=Murdoch University&rft.description=The Extensive Land-use Zone (ELZ) describes the region of the State in which the land use is dominated by grazing and mining activities. Although the extent of native vegetation remains largely intact, the structure and floristic composition have been substantially altered since European settlement through grazing by introduced animals such as sheep, cattle, goats and rabbits, and by altered fire regimes. A total area of more than 236 million ha of native vegetation was mapped in Western Australia - 93 per cent of the State. This comprised 228.4 million ha in the ELZ (99.9 per cent) and 7.7 million ha in the ILZ (30.3 per cent) (ref: http://www.agric.wa.gov.au/objtwr/imported_assets/content/lwe/vegt/tr249_part1.pdf)&rft.creator=Dean Diepeveen&rft.date=2013&rft_rights= Copyright in all information and products sourced from Landgate including text, graphics, icons, sound recordings and software (“Materials”), is vested in the Western Australian Land Information Authority (“Landgate”) on behalf of the State of Western Australia. This copyright is protected under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) and similar statutes that may apply in your jurisdiction. All rights in the Materials are reserved accordingly and no information may be adapted, reproduced, stored, distributed, transmitted, printed, displayed, published, commercialised or reused for any other purpose, without the prior written permission of Landgate (email SlipEnabler@landgate.wa.gov.au). Authorised reproductions must also acknowledge Landgate as the source of the information and the owner of the copyright. &rft_subject=Agricultural Spatial Analysis and Modelling&rft.type=dataset&rft.language=English Go to Data Provider

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Copyright in all information and products sourced from Landgate including text, graphics, icons, sound recordings and software (“Materials”), is vested in the Western Australian Land Information Authority (“Landgate”) on behalf of the State of Western Australia. This copyright is protected under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) and similar statutes that may apply in your jurisdiction. All rights in the Materials are reserved accordingly and no information may be adapted, reproduced, stored, distributed, transmitted, printed, displayed, published, commercialised or reused for any other purpose, without the prior written permission of Landgate (email SlipEnabler@landgate.wa.gov.au). Authorised reproductions must also acknowledge Landgate as the source of the information and the owner of the copyright.

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The Extensive Land-use Zone (ELZ) describes the region of the State in which the
land use is dominated by grazing and mining activities. Although the extent of native
vegetation remains largely intact, the structure and floristic
composition have been substantially altered since European settlement through
grazing by introduced animals such as sheep, cattle, goats and rabbits, and by
altered fire regimes. A total area of more than 236 million ha of native vegetation was mapped in Western
Australia - 93 per cent of the State. This comprised 228.4 million ha in the ELZ (99.9
per cent) and 7.7 million ha in the ILZ (30.3 per cent) (ref: http://www.agric.wa.gov.au/objtwr/imported_assets/content/lwe/vegt/tr249_part1.pdf)
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