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Soil and landscape assessment in the upper Bet Bet Creek catchment

The upper Bet Bet Creek catchment in north-central Victoria is an erosional upland landscape (formed on Palaeozoic metasediments) typified by a high degree of variability in the nature and distribution of soil/regolith materials, landform evolution and salt stores.

Screen grabs taken from soil landscape visualisation panoramas
Screen shot taken from the landscape panorama of the upper Bet Bet Creek catchment

An Interactive Landscape Visualisation in Briagolong Mapping Unit

An interactive visualisation of the landscape in Briagolong is provided with zooming and panning functionality. Click on icons to provide further information about the landscape (e.g. soils, geology) as well as access other panoramas in the study area.

Visualisation contains a video of Ian Sargeant explaining about an old river bed that can be seen to be dished in
Screen grab from a landscape visualisation at Briagolong
Screen shot taken from Interactive Landscape Visualisation in Briagolong Mapping Unit

An Interactive Landscape Visualisation in Coongulla Mapping Unit

An interactive visualisation of the landscape in Coongulla Mapping Unit

Screen grab from a landscape visualisation at Coongulla
Screen shot taken from Interactive Landscape Visualisation in Coongulla Mapping Unit

An Interactive Landscape Visualisation in Newry Mapping Unit

An Interactive Landscape Visualisation in Newry Mapping Unit


Screen grab from a landscape visualisation at Newry
Screen shot taken from Interactive Landscape Visualisation in Newry Mapping Unit

Sustainable Cropping Rotations in Mediterranean Environments

The Sustainable Cropping Rotations in Mediterranean Environments (SCRIME) experimental site has been used primarily as a resource for postgraduate students within collaborative projects, where it provides a known history of management and rotation treatment.
Screen grabs taken from soil landscape visualisation panoramas
Screen shot taken from a panorama of the SCRIME trial site

Long term comparison of rotation and fallow management practices in the Victorian Mallee

The MC14 experiment was established in 1985 to compare the long term effects of rotation and fallow management on wheat production in the Mallee.
Screen grabs taken from soil landscape visualisation panoramas
Screen shot taken from of the 'MC14' panorama

Mallee Manurial No.1

The Mallee Manurial No.1 (MM1) experiment was established in 1943 to determine the long term effect of superphosphate on wheat yield response in the Mallee.
Screen grabs taken from soil landscape visualisation panoramas
Screen shot taken of the 'MM1' trial site panorama

Long Term Phosphate Experiment

The Long Term Phosphate Experiment (LTPE) site was established in 1977 at Hamilton as a short term site to demonstrate the potential carrying capacity of improved pasture with increased phosphorus. The experiment evolved into a long term monitoring site for assessing wool quality and soil constraints such as acidification and compaction.
Screen grabs taken from soil landscape visualisation panoramas
Screen shot taken of the 'LTPE' panorama

National Adaptation and Mitigation Initiative

A landscape visualisation of the National Adaptation and Mitigation Initiative (NAMI) at Longerenong.
Tile taken from a screen grab of the NAMI panorama
A landscape visualisation of the NAMI experimental site at Longerenong

An Interactive Landscape Visualisation in Tinamba Mapping Unit

An Interactive Landscape Visualisation in Tinamba Mapping Unit.
Tile taken from a screen grab of the Tinamba landscape panorama
An Interactive Landscape Visualisation in Tinamba Mapping Unit.
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