Coodardy Station : a report on hail damage 1984
On December 26 and 27, 1983, severe thunderstorms occurred over a wide area in the mulga shrubland in Western Australia. One station affection was Coodardy, 30 km NW of Cue. This report delineates the area affected by the storm; describes the effects on the vegetation and soil; outlinews a number of second order monitoring sites which would be used to record recovery; and recommends management practices and physical developments which would promote recovery.
Range management, Coodardy Station (WA), Cattle farming, Erosion, Hail damage, Hail, Western Australia
Department of Agriculture, Western Australia. Rangeland Management Branch, and Wilcox, D G. (1984), Coodardy Station : a report on hail damage 1984. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Report 27.
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