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Closing the adaptive management loop; why practical experience is necessary but not sufficient and science essential but not always right
Lefroy, EC (2008) Closing the adaptive management loop; why practical experience is necessary but not sufficient and science essential but not always right. In: Biodiversity: integrating conservation and production: case studies from Australian farms, forests and fisheries. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, pp. 249-259. ISBN 9780643094581
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From the air in summer, inland Australia presents an intricate pattern of creek lines and vegetation over a patchwork of soils, all lying beneath a rigid grid of fence lines and roads. Occasionally, geography dictates that the cadastral grid of the surveyor conforms to the shape of the landscape. Usually it follows the compass, at odds with the movement of water and animals and the ancient patterns of soil and vegetation.
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|Page Range:||pp. 249-259|
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|Date Deposited:||14 Jul 2009 01:00|
|Last Modified:||18 Nov 2014 03:49|
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