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Survey of vegetation and changes (2008-2013) of the East Trinity reclamation site : a report to the Queensland Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and Arts / Queensland Herbarium (Cairns) ; prepared by Mark Newton, Eda Addicott and Peter Bannink
Bib ID 8046091
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, still image, online resource]
Author
Newton, Mark, author
 
Online Access
Online Versions
Access Conditions National edeposit: Available online. 
Description Brisbane, Qld : Queensland Herbarium, Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts, [2014] 
©2014 
1 online resource (61 pages) : colour illustrations, colour maps. 
Technical Details

Available online (as at 27/03/15) at: https://publications.qld.gov.au/dataset/east-trinity-reports/resource/f1732b8f-f437-4cbf-a1d8-1a9bc80166c5. 

Summary

This vegetation survey is the fourth to be carried out since the remediation work commenced at east Trinity following the development of acid-sulphate soils. This 2014 survey confirms that many of the changes in vegetation noted in earlier reports continue to occur. Communities associated with the incursion of seawater and expansion of the tidal zones within the site continues to increase. Most notable is the growth in area of Acrostichum aureum (mangrove fern) fernlands (from 58 ha to 76 ha) and mangrove communities (from 38 ha to 85 ha).

Notes

Title from PDF cover page (viewed on March 27, 2015)

"This report has been prepared by the Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts."

"November 2014".

Includes bibliogra[hical references.

Subjects Vegetation monitoring -- Queensland -- Trinity Inlet.  |  Vegetation surveys -- Queensland -- Trinity Inlet.  |  Restoration ecology -- Queensland -- Trinity Inlet.  |  Reclamation of land -- Environmental aspects -- Queensland -- Trinity Inlet.  |  Trinity Inlet (Qld.) -- Environmental conditions.
Other authors/contributors Addicott, Eda, author  |  Bannink, Peter, author  |  Queensland. Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts, issuing body  |  Queensland Herbarium, issuing body
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Vegetation survey of the East Trinity reclamation site

Survey of vegetation and changes of the East Trinity reclamation site

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