Changing land use in the Canberra region
The results of this study of ecological changes in the Canberra region over the past 150 years emphasise the dynamic nature of rural land management, and the need to recognise this in land use planning. It is shown that the arrival of white man in the region in the 1820s introduced a new and dominant impact which previously had no place in the evolution of the landscape. An early dramatic effect was the decline of the aboriginal people who had lived in the region for thousands of...[Show more]
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