Classification and use of landform information to increase the accuracy of land condition monitoring in Western Australian pastoral rangelands
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The aim of this research was to develop land unit scale data to assist land condition monitoring projects in pastoral rangelands in Western Australia. Landforms are a major components of land units and methods were explored to include landforms as a variable in land unit predictive modelling. Three land unit prediction models were tested, a Binary Weighted Overlay (BWO), a Fuzzy Weighted Overlay (FWO) and a Positive Weights of Evidence (PWofE) model.
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