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Monitoring and reporting on wind erosion fact sheet
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- Author / Creator
- Australian Government Land and Coasts
- Commonwealth of Australia 2010
- Usage Rights
- Creative Commons Attribution
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License.
- Full Abstract
- Soils are important to the natural resource base, to agricultural productivity and to the delivery of a wide range of ecosystem services needed by the Australian community. Caring for our Country, the Australian government's natural resources management initiative, is investing in data and information, research and on ground activities to improve soil management. These investments include the development of methods for monitoring and reporting on wind and water erosion, soil carbon and soil acidity. Direct monitoring is needed to detect changes in resource condition, and to identify priorities for improving land management practices and soil condition outcomes.
- Issued / Published
- Department of te Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts, Canberra, Act; Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Canberra, ACT
- Subject (AGROVOC)
- Erosion; Climatic change; Land management; Models; Natural resources; monitoring; land improvement; cartography; surveys; Crops
- Subject (GEMET)
- monitoring; self-monitoring; erosion; water erosion; mapping; map; wind erosion; wind; land; management
- Subject (Author)
- natural resource management
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