An ecological study of the landscape, perennial plants and soils of the cooper creek floodplain, South Australia
This study presents a quantitative account of vegetation-soil relationships for the perennial vegetation of the Cooper Creek floodplain, in South Australia. Cooper Creek is an internationally significant and increasingly rare example of one of a naturally functioning, unregulated, dryland river system both nationally and internationally. The area for this study is delineated by the boundaries of the Ramsar listed Coongie Lakes wetland complex. This is a region...[Show more]
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