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Native Vegetation Handbook For The Shire Of Beverley, Rod Safstrom Jul 1997

Native Vegetation Handbook For The Shire Of Beverley, Rod Safstrom

Native vegetation handbook series

This Handbook is one of a series covering the agricultural region of Western Australia. The Handbook aims to assist the development of sustainable farming systems which combine agricultural production and nature conservation. Information is provided on the natural resources of the Shire of Beverley, including the existing vegetation, drainage systems and soils. Problems in managing these resources are described and community initiatives to tackle the problems are summarised.


Native Vegetation Handbook For The Shire Of Brookton, Rod Safstrom Jul 1997

Native Vegetation Handbook For The Shire Of Brookton, Rod Safstrom

Native vegetation handbook series

This Handbook is one of a series covering the agricultural region of Western Australia. The Handbook aims to assist the development of sustainable farming systems which combine agricultural production and nature conservation. Information is provided on the natural resources of the Shire of Brookton, including the existing vegetation, drainage systems and soils. Problems in managing these resources are described and community initiatives to tackle the problems are summarised. It is hoped this Handbook will contribute to the long term viability of the agricultural landscape and the conservation of native vegetation within the Shire.


Native Vegetation Handbook For The Shire Of Pingelly, Rod Safstrom Jul 1997

Native Vegetation Handbook For The Shire Of Pingelly, Rod Safstrom

Native vegetation handbook series

This Handbook is one of a series covering the agricultural region of Western Australia. The Handbook aims to assist the development of sustainable farming systems which combine agricultural production and nature conservation. Information is provided on the natural resources of the Shire of Pingelly, including the existing vegetation, drainage systems and soils. Problems in managing these resources are described and community initiatives to tackle the problems are summarised. It is hoped that this Handbook will contribute to the long term viability of the agricultural landscape and the conservation of native vegetation within the Shire.


Native Vegetation Handbook For The Shire Of Bridgetown-Greenbushes, Shaun B. Grein Jun 1997

Native Vegetation Handbook For The Shire Of Bridgetown-Greenbushes, Shaun B. Grein

Native vegetation handbook series

This booklet provides rural land managers with information relating to the natural resources of the Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes including the existing vegetation, drainage systems and soils. Some of the problems relating to the management of natural resources in the Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes and possible solutions to these problems are also discussed. By providing this information, it is hoped this booklet will contribute to the long term viability of the rural landscape and the conservation of native vegetation within the Shire.


Native Vegetation Handbook For The Shire Of Boyup Brook, Shaun B. Grein Apr 1997

Native Vegetation Handbook For The Shire Of Boyup Brook, Shaun B. Grein

Native vegetation handbook series

This booklet provides rural land managers with information relating to the natural resources of the Shire of Boyup Brook including the existing vegetation, drainage systems and soils. Some of the problems relating to the management of natural resources in the Shire of Boyup Brook and possible solutions to these problems are also discussed. By providing this information, it is hoped this booklet will contribute to the long term viability of the rural landscape and the conservation of native vegetation within the Shire.


Native Vegetation Handbook For The Shire Of Augusta-Margaret River, Shaun B. Grein Apr 1997

Native Vegetation Handbook For The Shire Of Augusta-Margaret River, Shaun B. Grein

Native vegetation handbook series

This booklet provides rural land managers with information relating to the natural resources of the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River including the existing vegetation, drainage systems and soils. Some of the problems relating to the management of natural resources in the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River and possible solutions to these problems are also discussed. By providing this information, it is hoped this booklet will contribute to the long term viability of the rural landscape and the conservation of native vegetation within the Shire.


Evaluation Of Deep, Open Drains In The North Stirling Area, R Ferdowsian, A T. Ryder, J Kelly Apr 1997

Evaluation Of Deep, Open Drains In The North Stirling Area, R Ferdowsian, A T. Ryder, J Kelly

Resource management technical reports

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Midwestern Geology And Cornell College: The First 125 Years, Gene E. Hinman, Paul L. Garvin Jan 1997

Midwestern Geology And Cornell College: The First 125 Years, Gene E. Hinman, Paul L. Garvin

Journal of the Iowa Academy of Science: JIAS

The history of geology at Cornell College can be traced back almost to the college's beginnings. Though not the first to reach geology at Cornell, William Harmon Norton, more than any other person, shaped the Department of Geology and set it on its course of excellence. Born in 1856, the son of a Methodist minister, Norton developed an ardent interest in geology in his boyhood. A graduate of Cornell in Classics, Norton was hired by his alma mater in 1876 to reach Greek, bur his avocation was geology. He spent most of his spare time on weekends and during ...


The Contributions Of J. A. Udden To An Understanding Of Iowa Geology, Richard C. Anderson Jan 1997

The Contributions Of J. A. Udden To An Understanding Of Iowa Geology, Richard C. Anderson

Journal of the Iowa Academy of Science: JIAS

Johan August Udden served on the faculty of Augustana College from 1888 until 1911. His research during that time was directed toward an understanding of the geology of areas close at hand, the region around Rock Island and nearby areas in Iowa and Illinois. Udden's most significant contributions to Iowa geology were in his treatment of 1) Paleozoic, Cretaceous, and Quaternary stratigraphy; 2) subsurface geology, including information on bedrock elevations and topography; 3) characteristics and origin of the loess. Most of this information was included in the Annual Reports of the Iowa Geological Survey published between 1899 and 1903 ...