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Thickening vegetation: red soils (Kidman Springs)

Figure Four: Site 2e in Conkerberry Paddock at Kidman Springs in 1973. This is a red soil site in relatively good condition.
Figure Four: Site 2e in Conkerberry Paddock at Kidman Springs in 1973. This is a red soil site in relatively good condition

Figure Four: Site 2e in Conkerberry Paddock at Kidman Springs in 1973. This is a red soil site in relatively good condition.
Figure Five: Site 2e in 1989

Figure Six: Site 2e in 2000. Note the marked increase in trees, shrubs and perennial grasses
Figure Six: Site 2e in 2000. Note the marked increase in trees, shrubs and perennial grasses

Figure Seven: Site 4d in Conkerberry Paddock at Kidman Springs in 1973. This is a red soil site in relatively poor condition
Figure Seven: Site 4d in Conkerberry Paddock at Kidman Springs in 1973. This is a red soil site in relatively poor condition

Figure Eight: Site 4d in 1983
Figure Eight: Site 4d in 1983

Figure Nine: Site 4e in 2000 showing a less marked increase in cover than that in Figure6 and a predominance of annual rather than perennial species
 Figure Nine: Site 4e in 2000 showing a less marked increase in cover than that in Figure6 and a predominance of annual rather than perennial species