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Land degradation in the Lockyer Catchment, South East Queensland - LDL

This publication set describes the land resources of the Lockyer Catchment in South East Queensland, with particular focus on areas of degraded land. The study area of 200,000 hectares includes most of the highly productive alluvial plains.

View more on [soil and land management] (http://www.qld.gov.au/environment/land/soil).

Publication and resources

  • Land degradation reportPDF

    This PDF report discusses the results of a land resource area survey of the Lockyer catchment in South East Queensland.

  • Land units mapPDF

    This is a land unit map of the Lockyer Creek catchment in South East Queensland. It describes the landscape in terms of simple surface geology/regolith. This map can be viewed in Google Earth via the Queensland Globe. It can also be...

  • Land use mapPDF

    This PDF is a land use map of the Lockyer Creek catchment in South East Queensland, circa 1978.

  • Land degradation mapPDF

    This is a land degradation map of the Lockyer Creek catchment in South East Queensland, circa 1978. It shows areas of erosion and salt-affected lands.

Additional information

Field Value
Version 1.0
Category Environment, land and water
Licence Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
Publication set custodian Environment and Science

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Environment and Science, Queensland Government, Land degradation in the Lockyer Catchment, South East Queensland - LDL, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 sourced on 18 November 2019

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