1 edition of Management strategies for the South-West forests of Western Australia found in the catalog.
Management strategies for the South-West forests of Western Australia
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Western Australia. Dept. of Conservation and Land Management.|
|LC Classifications||SD244.W4 M36 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||92246376|
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Moulting Lagoon, Tasmania () Photo: y Who manages Australia's Wetlands? In Australia, primary responsibility for managing wetlands and their associated flora and fauna is vested in the appropriate landholders/land managers. Individual state and territory governments have the primary legislative and policy responsibility for natural resource management. Critique of current fire management in south-west Western Australia TOR 1: The effectiveness of prescribed burning and other mitigation strategies Prepared by Beth Schultz for the WA Forest Alliance Inc. July The effectiveness of fire management should be judged by the degree to which it meets the following broad criteria: No lives lost;File Size: KB. industry and community, on status and response to dryland salinity in Western Australia. - Information on salinity management options to be revised in consultation with key knowledge providers with effective knowledge transfer to land managers and decision-makers.
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