In early 2006 the National Land and Water Resources Audit commissioned a project in each state to trial the applicability of the recommended indicators and protocols for the evaluation of land salinity under the National Monitoring and Evaluation Framework.
The four land salinity indicators trialled were depth to groundwater, groundwater salinity, baseflow salinity and location size and intensity of salt affected areas. In Tasmania, the trial was undertaken in the Back Creek Catchment, which is (more)...
A summary of the National Land & Water Resources Audit's Australian Native Vegetation Assessment 2001
Australian Native Vegetation Assessment 2001 is the first assessment of the extent of Australia’s major native vegetation types. It is an Australia-wide assessment at the regional scale and is based on the National Vegetation I
Proceedings of a workshop to discuss interest in land cover mapping
Land cover had been identified as a critical information need for national and regional reporting and decision making by the National Land & Water Resources Audit (the Audit), Geoscience Australia (GA), the Bureau of Rural Sciences (BRS), the Commonwealth Scientific Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and most of the national coordinating committees (representing (more)...
The use of current and next generation satellite imagery will support the management of estuarine, coastal and marine aquatic habitats without always having to resort to fieldwork: the Australian shallow waters spectral library initiates a whole of Australia single method approach to remote sensing based on habitat mapping.
Avon Catchment Council Soil Acidification Monitoring - Report of a point-based monitoring trial to identify how well the soil resource is being managed with respect to soil acidity, and the current status of the soil condition as a basis for subsequent monitoring efforts. (2008)