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Grazing land management land types V5

The GLM Land Types of Queensland is the spatial representation of Queensland grazing land management (GLM) land types as described by the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF). The spatial representation of GLM land types has been produced by the DAF and the Department of Environment and Science by associating Queensland Grazing Land Management land type's (version 2) textual data with Pre-clearing Vegetation Communities and Regional Ecosystems of Queensland (version 10) spatial data. This has produced land type mapping at a map scale of 1:100,000 and 1:50,000 in part. The map scale of 1:50,000 applies to part of South-eastern Queensland and map amendments areas. GLM land types are described in terms of their landform, woody vegetation, expected pasture composition (including suitable sown pastures and introduced weeds), and soil characteristics. Limitations to use of the land and grazing management recommendations are also provided. More than 230 land types from 19 grazing land management regions in Queensland have been described. Development and compilation of the names and descriptions of the 'land types of Queensland' was undertaken by DAF grazing land management Team.

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Last updated 20/03/2019
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Natural Resources, Mines and Energy, Queensland Government, Grazing land management land types series, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 sourced on 22 May 2019

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