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brigalow

Austral
a. any of various acacia trees
b. (as modifier): #5brigalow country
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Benson JS, Richards PG, Waller S and Allen CB (2010) New South Wales vegetation classification and assessment: Part 3 plant communities of the NSW Brigalow Belt South, Nandewar and west New England bioregions and update of NSW Western Plains and South-western Slopes plant communities, version 3 of the NSWVCA project.
For the second question, we used Appendix 2 of McDonald (1996), which lists the vascular plant species recorded in vine thicket communities (dry rainforest) of the Brigalow Belt Biogeographic Region, to identify those plants which represent dry rainforest.
Internal water balance of brigalow (Acacia harpophylla F.
Examples include the open forests of teak (Tectona grandis) in India and the woody savannahs of mopane (Colophospermum mopane) in southern Africa or of brigalow (Acacia harpophylla) in Australia, both of them salt-tolerant.
Some results from the model are given in Table 1, using data from a 16.8ha (42ac) watershed on the Brigalow Research Station, about 400km (250mi) north west of Brisbane on the east coast of Australia.
Brigalow Mines, wholly owned by MIM, has two projects, Rolleston and Wandoan.
Successful projects include Bush Heritage Australia, which is receiving $735,000 to assess a new way to farm carbon in the Rangelands and Brigalow Belt, and the Yambangka Aboriginal Cultural Heritage and Tourism Development Aboriginal Corporation who are receiving $742,000 implement a rotational grazing program and cease the clearing of regrowth to allow the traditional forest to regenerate and absorb carbon.
However, subsoil acidity does occur naturally in some of these soils dominated by brigalow (Acacia harpophylla) and belah (Casuarina cristata) vegetation (Fig.
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.
In Queensland, up to nine coal projects were proposed in the Desert uplands and Brigalow belt bioregions, areas the mining industry and government have preferred to refer to using a geological name, the Galilee Basin.
The work of Brook (1998), Colquhoun (1997) and Vereijken, van Gelder, & Baars (1997) provided a foundation for the first likely application of Goethe's approach in an Australian landscape ecology study, in the Brigalow Belt, Queensland.
These subsoil constraints include sodicity and salinity in Vertosols of north-west New South Wales and southern Queensland, acidity in Vertosols dominated by N-fixing brigalow (Acacia harpophylla) vegetation, and sodicity in Vertosols of central Queensland (Irvine and Doughton 2001; Daniells et al.