Leadership needed on clearing

April 2003
Ecos;Apr-Jun2003, Issue 115, p31
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Reports on the effect of clearing of native vegetation on the hydrology of Australian landscape. Amount of native vegetation cleared every year; Areas where land clearing occurs the most; Action that can be taken to protect the landscape; Proposed ways to enhance hydrological conditions and proper land use.


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