Vegetation of the Cessnock-Kurri Region - Pre1750 VIS_ID 184

A vegetation survey, classification and mapping program of the Cessnock-Kurri region was carried out during 2006-07 by Stephen Bell and Colin Driscoll. The survey was principally to clarify the composition and distribution of three Endangered Ecological Communities (EECs). Nearly 70000ha of land was examined between the foothills of the Watagan Range in the south, the Corrabare and Broken Back Ranges in the west, North Rothbury in the north, and the Wallis Creek floodplain in the east. The main aim of the study was to identify, classify and map all extant vegetation within the study area, as well as to provide a pre-1750 vegetation map of the area.; Vegetation condition and Disturbed vegetation mapping components were also included, to assist in determining priorities for future rehabilitation of sensitive lands.; VIS_ID 184

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Language English
Alternative Title CessnockKurri_LGA_P_184
Edition unknown
Purpose Vegetation Mapping
Frequency of change Unknown
Keywords VEGETATION-Floristic
Metadata Date 2007-01-06
Date of Asset Creation 2007-08-10
Date of Asset Revision 2011-04-08
Date of Asset Publication 2010-07-23
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
Equivalent Scale 25000
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Record 1
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Geospatial Topic Biota

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Temporal Coverage From 2000-01-01 - 2007-11-30
Datum GDA94 Geographic (Lat\Long)
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