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Geology and Soils

Links and publications

Following are a number of web links and good general publications relating to the soils and geology of the North East Queensland region. Click on "All regions, Geology & Soils" for an savanna-wide overview.

References

Ahern, C.R., Shields, P.G., Enderlin, N.G. & Baker, D.E. (1995) 'The soil fertility of central and north-east Queensland grazing lands,' Meat Research Corporation, Department of Primary Industries.


Young, P.A.R., Wilson, B.A., McCosker, J.C., Fensham, R.J., Morgan, G. & Taylor, P.M. (1999) Chapter 11: Brigalow Belt. In Sattler, P.S. and Williams, R.D. (eds) The Conservation Status of Queensland's Bioregional Ecosystems, Environmental Protection Agency


CSIRO (1983) Soils: An Australian viewpoint, Melbourne: CSIRO.


The Geological Information Hotline is a successful service from the Geological Survey of Queensland, with answers to all of your questions about the Department's geoscience products and services.
Tel: (07) 3006 4666
Open from 9am to 4pm, Monday Friday, AEST.
Email: geological_info@nrm.qld.gov.au


Henderson, R.A. & Stephenson, P.J. (eds)(1980) The geology and geophysics of North-eastern Australia. Geological Society of Australia, Queensland Division.


Isbell, R.F. (1957) The soils and vegetation of the Brigalow lands, Eastern Australia. Soils and Land Use Series No. 43., Division of Soils, CSIRO.


Morgan, G. (1999) Chapter 10: Desert Uplands. In Sattler, P.S. and Williams, R.D. (eds) The Conservation Status of Queensland's Bioregional Ecosystems, Environmental Protection Agency, Brisbane Queensland Department of Mines, Australia 1: 250 000 Geologi


Morgan, G. (1999) Chapter 9: Einasleigh Uplands. In Sattler, P.S. and Williams, R.D. (eds) The Conservation Status of Queensland's Bioregional Ecosystems, Environmental Protection Agency, Brisbane