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Characterising land ownership patterns in a salt-affected catchment: key implications for revegetation
 

Summary: Characterising land ownership patterns in a salt-affected
catchment: key implications for revegetation
Armando A. Apan1
, Steven R. Raine2
, Geoff Cockfield3
and Andrew Le Brocque4
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Geospatial Information & Remote Sensing Group
2
National Centre for Engineering in Agriculture
3
Department of Economics and Resource Management
4
Department of Biological and Physical Sciences
University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba 4350 QLD Australia
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Phone: +61 7 4631-1386, Fax: +61 7 4631-2526, Email: apana@usq.edu.au
ABSTRACT
Land ownership is an important factor in the implementation of revegetation programmes to manage
dryland salinity. Because revegetation tasks involve costs that are usually supported (partially or fully) by

  

Source: Apan, Armando - Faculty of Engineering and Surveying, University of Southern Queensland

 

Collections: Geosciences; Engineering