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Land Resources of the Burnett Region, Central Queensland. Part 3: North Burnett - ABN

This publication set describes the land resources of the North Burnett region in Central Queensland. The study area of 1.145 million hectares (11,450 square kilometres) covered the shires of Eidsvold, Monto and Perry. Land systems, or areas throughout which there is a recurring pattern of geology, topography, soil and vegetation, were mapped at 1:250,000 scale. Within each land system, component land units were described in terms of soils, landform attributes and vegetation.

View more on [soil and land management] (http://www.qld.gov.au/environment/land/soil).

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  • Land systems reportPDF Popular

    This PDF report documents the results of the North Burnett land resource study.

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  • Land systems mapPDF Popular

    This is a land systems map of the North Burnett region in Central Queensland. This map can be viewed in Google Earth via the Queensland Globe. It can also be downloaded in spatial data format. For more information visit [Open Data...

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  • Land capability mapPDF

    This PDF is a land capability map classifies of the North Burnett region of Central Queensland.

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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, Land Resources of the Burnett Region, Central Queensland. Part 3: North Burnett - ABN, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 sourced on 19 June 2019

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