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Western Arid Region Land Use Study (WARLUS), South West Queensland Part 3 - DWA2

This publication set is a land systems study of approximately 5 million hectares of pastoral lands in South West Queensland, encompassing Charleville in the north and continuing south to the New South Wales border. The region is part of the Great Artesian Basin containing portions of the Eromanga, Adavale and Surat Basins. A survey was carried out to provide an inventory of the land resources of the area: soils, vegetation, land systems and current land use. Soil and vegetation categories were mapped at a scale of 1:500,000 and 40 land systems have been described.

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

Publication and resources

  • Land systems reportPDF

    This PDF report describes the results of Part 3 of the Western Arid Land Use Study.

  • Land systems mapPDF

    This PDF is a Land Systems map covering Part 3 of the Western Arid Land Use Study area, South West Queensland. This map can be viewed in Google Earth via the Queensland Globe. It can also be downloaded in spatial data format. For more...

  • Soils and vegetation mapPDF

    This PDF is a generalised soils and vegetation map covering Part 3 of the Western Arid Land Use Study area, South West Queensland.

Additional information

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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, Western Arid Region Land Use Study (WARLUS), South West Queensland Part 3 - DWA2, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 sourced on 14 November 2019

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