brigalow


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brigalow

Austral
a. any of various acacia trees
b. (as modifier): #5brigalow country
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Bonell M, Hamilton D, Probert M (1988) Review of Brigalow Catchment Study: 15-17 November 1988.
The dominant soils under brigalow in the area are sodic to strongly sodic Grey Vertosols with weak to very strong gilgai microrelief (Maher 1996).
When the Brigalow Development Scheme was being planned, broad-scale clearing was expected to have an impact on catchment hydrology, with a positive benefit of increased flow in local creeks and streams.
A full description of the background of the Brigalow Catchment Study and the measurements taken is presented by Cowie et al.
2005) observed no significant difference in SOC under brigalow or gidgee (Acacia cambagei) vegetation and adjacent pasture in central Queensland.
78[degrees]E, originally supporting open forest communities dominated by brigalow (Acacia harpophylla).
The site, which was originally under Brigalow vegetation, was cleared during the mid 1930s and has been used for dryland agriculture, predominantly wheat cropping (Triticum aestivum L.
Robertson FA, Myers RJK, Saffigna PG (1997) Nitrogen cycling in brigalow clay soils under pasture and cropping.
Coastal and urban folk know very little about brigalow country or mulga country or channel country.
Coonabarabran is located on the western slopes of the Great Dividing Range, 350 km north-west of Sydney and 300 km from the east coast, in the Brigalow Belt South bioregion.
Cattle, crops and clearing: Regional drivers of landscape change in the Brigalow Belt, Queensland, Australia, 1840-2004.
Spatial and temporal analysis of vegetation change in agricultural landscapes: A case study of two brigalow (Acacia harpophylla) landscapes in Queensland, Australia.