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Weather is a core concern for land managers. Understanding climate and the carbon cycle is the key to better management

Red Leaf Projects was engaged by the South West NRM Ltd regional body to collate, review and summarise the information relating to the water dependent iconic and threatened species and communities and water assets of the Bulloo, Paroo, Warrego and Nebine catchments of the SWNRM...
Funded by groups like the GRDC and MLA and available for free, the 'CliMate' app shows graphs comparing rainfall from past years, and gives growers a probability of how much rain will fall in the future.
The new links are:   DEEDI http://www.deedi.qld.gov.au/ - you will find links to Mines and Energy in the Queensland industries box Mining and safety http://mines.industry.qld.gov.au/default.htm - links to our online services are on the right hand side of the...
The files in this collection were compiled by Peter Johnston as part of South West NRM’s Historical Research Collaboration Project Mulga Lands Information Hub project. The files and the information contained within them are not necessarily the sole work of Peter Johnston....
DEFINING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE FOR THE MULGA LANDS Calculating the Ecological Footprint October 2007 Prepared for South West NRM Ltd
Peak Oil Implications for Rural and Remote Australia
Michael Gutteridge 2 Oct 2007 The aim of this paper is to describe Peak Oil, the major disruptions that will likely occur if no radical action is taken, and to dispel some of the myths surrounding proposals for simplistic solutions. It is written using non-scientific terms and...
There are three main greenhouse gass emissions from sheep-grazed rangelands in southwest Qld. They are carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide. Nixtrous oxide is more cropping related due to fertilizer use and ploughing, which turns over the soil. In the grazing industry,...

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