A database for revegetated areas in the Tammin region of Western Australia: implications for land owners, managers and researchers
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This chapter presents a case study which outlines the process involved in surveying the revegetated areas and, through an exploration of the database, outlines the value of the database to land owners, managers and researchers. In particular, this chapter focuses on the importance of linkages between these parties in developing the database.
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