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Wetland Plants of Townsville-Burdekin Flood Plain

Field / Identification Guide
By: Greg Calvert(Author), Laurence Liessmann(Author), Paul D Clayton(Foreword By)
142 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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Wetland Plants of Townsville-Burdekin Flood Plain meets the need for a wetland plant identification resource for North Queensland. This book has a strong focus on wetland plants found in Townsville-Burdekin region, particularly those species with importance to conservation, wetland management and/or wetland construction. This field guide is intended to provide local and state government authorities, sustainable coasts project officers, NRM groups, Landcare and other non-government land management organisations, as well as commercial consulting and revegetation contractors with a tool that details plants role in wetlands, propagation and cultivation techniques, and, in the case of wetland weeds, an assessment of threats and potential control. The authors hope Wetland Plants of Townsville-Burdekin Flood Plain leads to an increase in the durability, resilience, effectiveness, biodiversity values and understanding of our wetland communities.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Greg Calvert(Author), Laurence Liessmann(Author), Paul D Clayton(Foreword By)
142 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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