Australian rangelands and climate change - remotely sensed ground cover


Targets specifying the maintenance of minimum levels of ground cover are a common feature of regional NRM plans. Rainfall, fire and grazing are the principal drivers of ground cover. Setting realistic targets for broadly different land types within each region is a challenge. 


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South West Queensland, Desert Channels, Western, Rangelands, Alinytjara Wilurara, Northern Territory, South Australian Arid Lands
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© Ninti One Limited 2014. Information contained in this publication may be copied or reproduced for study, research, information or educational purposes, subject to inclusion of an acknowledgement of the source.
Ninti One, CSIRO
Gary Bastin
Bastin, G (2014). "Australian rangelands and climate change - remotely sensed ground cover." Ninti One Limited and CSIRO, Alice Springs.
2015/05/28