Vegetation Classification in Australia

Vegetation Classification in Australia

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Proceedings of a workshop on vegetation classification.

Vegetation Classification in Australia

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Vegetation classification systems developed thus far in the Australian region are neither universally accepted nor applicable to all types of vegetation or all types of land use problems. Those suitable for classifying rainforest are not necessarily applicable to other vegetation types. In this book scientists from a variety of related disciplines discuss various developmental aspects of vegetation classification that are relevant to Australia, though the ideas and techniques are of importance internationally. This volume brings together recent research on many aspects of vegetation classification. It is innovative, provocative and will certainly arouse controversy.

Proceedings of a workshop sponsored by CSIRO Division of Land Use Research, Canberra, October 1978. Hardcover, 229pgs, figures, tables, references, index. Very good, owner’s name within.

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Short Description Proceedings of a workshop on vegetation classification.
Weight (g) 655.0000
Author A.N. Gillison & D.J. Anderson, editors
Publisher CSIRO in association with ANU Press
Date Published 1981
ISBN 0708113095
Size 244mm x 180mm

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