Assessment of the condition and future risks to agricultural and natural resources within the Bremer-Gairdner region in Western Australia using the Rapid Catchment Appraisal. Details include climate, geology, soil-landscape information, hydrology, waterways, wetlands and estuaries, natural vegetation, land use and infrastructure, agricultural production, demographics; soil degredation risks, hydrology risks, farming system impacts, vegetation condition and risks, infrastructure assets; and management options.
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Watershed management, Soil degradation, Geology, Estuaries, Soil, Land use, Climate, Groundwater, Bremer River (WA), Vegetation, Jerramungup (WA Shire), Hydrology, Western Australia, Erosion, Water repellent soils, Waterlogging, Infrastructure, Water management, Gairdner River region (WA), South Coastal region (WA), Demography, Bremer Bay region (WA), Land management, Wetlands, Water table, Salinity, Agricultural production, Waterways
Overheu, T D. (2004), Bremer-Gairdner catchment appraisal report 2003. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Report 273.
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