Provides and analysis of current pressures on agricultural resources of the South West region of Western Australia. Differing ranges of risks are shown for different degradation issues because of various impacts. Each natural resource management issues covers nature and extent of susceptibility, impacts on agriculture and the environment, management options and effectiveness of management options.
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Natural resources, Acid sulfate soils, Impact, Resource management, Risk assessment, Soil fertility, South west region (WA), Saline water, Soil movement, Water erosion, Water supply, Remnant vegetation, Flooding, Salinity, Soil compaction, Losses from soil, Water repellent soils, Soil structure, Western Australia, Waterlogging, Eutrophication, Soil acidity, Soil degradation, Wind erosion, Agricultural land
Nicholas, B, Galloway, P, Tille, P J, Stuart-Street, A, and Percy, H M. (2003), Natural resource management issues in the agricultural zone of Western Australia : south west region. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Report 244.
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