Native vegetation [electronic resource] : public conservation on private land, cost of forgone rangelands development in southern and western Queensland / Aistair Davidson ... [et al.]
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- Canberra : Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 2006
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- ABARE research report (Online) ; 06.13 1447-8358
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The research reported here was conducted to assess the economic impact that mandatory native vegetation conservation is having on broadacre agriculture in Queensland. Based on face to face surveys conducted with broadacre farmers in southern & western Queensland in 2005, this report quantifies the extent to which native vegetation is having an impact on farm returns.
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- "September 2006"
- "ABARE project 3108".
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 42-43)
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- Commonwealth of Australia 2006.
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