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Mapping erodible soils in the Fitzroy Basin - FSE

This publication set contains the outputs of the Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation (DSITI) project RP112G. The project aims to identify erodible soils in the Fitzroy River catchment in Central Queensland. This project is funded by the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection's Reef Water Quality (RWQ) Science Program.

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  • Synthesis ReportPDF Popular

    This 2015 synthesis report provides background information about the available soils data in the Fitzroy River catchment and describes the methods by which the data will be refined to produce improved information about soil erodibility...

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  • User GuidePDF Popular

    This PDF guide briefly outlines soil erodibility concepts, methodology used to produce the erodibility datasets and how to interpret the data; it should be read in conjunction with the datasets.

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  • Inherent Soil Erodibility MapPDF Popular

    This PDF map shows the soils of the Fitzroy NRM region, categorised by their overall inherent erodibility.

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  • Surface Soil Stability MapPDF Popular

    This PDF map shows the soils of the Fitzroy NRM region, categorised by their surface stability.

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  • Subsoil Dispersibility MapPDF Popular

    This PDF map shows the soils of the Fitzroy NRM region, categorised by their subsoil stability.

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Version 1.0
Category Environment, land and water
Licence Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
Publication set custodian Environment and Science

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Environment and Science, Queensland Government, Mapping erodible soils in the Fitzroy Basin - FSE, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 sourced on 21 July 2019

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