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The central plateau of Tasmania: A resource survey and management plan

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Shepherd, RR (1974) The central plateau of Tasmania: A resource survey and management plan. Research Master thesis, University of Tasmania.

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Abstract

The Central Plateau is a distinct geogaphical unit in
central Tasmania covering an area of 5,060 km2 which is subalpine and
alpine in character. The principal resources are water, natural
pastures, timber and recreational and tourist attractions. Since
European settlement, the resources have been exploited with little heed
being paid to their conservation.
Surveys were made to obtain data on past and present uses and
to assess the condition of the resources.

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Date Deposited: 23 Feb 2013 02:34
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