Tasmanian requirements for land management practices information : for Bureau of Rural Sciences, state and regional requirements for land management practices information project of the Australian Collaborative Land Use Mapping Program / P. R. Zund

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Zünd, Peter, (Soil scientist)
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Devonport, Tasmania : Department of Primary Industries and Water, [2006] ©May 2006
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Zünd, Peter & Tasmania. Department of Primary Industries and Water, issuing body & Australian Collaborative Land Use Mapping Program, sponsoring body & Australia. Bureau of Rural Sciences, sponsoring body. (2006). Tasmanian requirements for land management practices information : for Bureau of Rural Sciences, state and regional requirements for land management practices information project of the Australian Collaborative Land Use Mapping Program Retrieved January 23, 2022, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2860080817

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Zünd, Peter, Tasmania. Department of Primary Industries and Water, issuing body, Australian Collaborative Land Use Mapping Program, sponsoring body and Australia. Bureau of Rural Sciences, sponsoring body. Tasmanian requirements for land management practices information : for Bureau of Rural Sciences, state and regional requirements for land management practices information project of the Australian Collaborative Land Use Mapping Program Devonport, Tasmania: Department of Primary Industries and Water, 2006. Web. 23 January 2022 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2860080817>

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Zünd, Peter & Tasmania. Department of Primary Industries and Water, issuing body & Australian Collaborative Land Use Mapping Program, sponsoring body & Australia. Bureau of Rural Sciences, sponsoring body. 2006, Tasmanian requirements for land management practices information : for Bureau of Rural Sciences, state and regional requirements for land management practices information project of the Australian Collaborative Land Use Mapping Program Department of Primary Industries and Water, Devonport, Tasmania viewed 23 January 2022 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2860080817

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