Australia's Stock Route Network: 2. Representation of fertile landscapes
The Stock Route Network (SRN) of New South Wales (NSW) and Queensland is a large-scale system of predominantly roadside remnant vegetation, which was established in the 1800s to allow livestock to be moved. Proposed changes to the management of the SRN could result in some portions of it being sold to private landholders, or subjected to long-term set-stocking. This may have potentially negative impacts on some of the values of the SRN. One key feature of the SRN is that it covers low-lying...[Show more]
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