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Water resources of east central Arnhem Land [cartographic material]
Bib ID 2681118
Format MapMap
Author
Northern Territory. Department of Lands, Planning and Environment. Natural Resources Division
 
Scale Scale 1:250 000 ; universal transverse Mercator (E 134⁰41'--E 136⁰08'/S 11⁰41'--S 13⁰51') 
Description Palmerston, N.T. : Natural Resources Division, Dept. of Lands, Planning and Environment, 1999 
1 map : col. ; 105 x 87 cm. 
Notes

Map of east central Arnhem Land showing water resources with English and Yolnu place names.

Subjects Water-supply -- Northern Territory -- Arnhem Land -- Maps.  |  Arnhem Land (N.T.) -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1999 

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