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This publication has been developed as a TAFE student Learning Publication for the Certificate in Bushland Regeneration and as a reference for other related courses concerned with bushland management, landscaping, horticulture and park management. The Certificate, which has national registration with the Australian Council on Tertiary Awards, provides students with the education and training required to undertake bush regeneration projects for the Commonwealth Government, the State Governments, local government and private organisations. This is the first publication to compile case studies from data and information on regeneration projects around Australia. The book covers the regeneration of plant communities as diverse as mangroves, wetlands, rainforest, dunes, heath, dry and wet sclerophyll forests, arid and semi-arid lands, woodlands, and the rehabilitation of severly degraded landscapes. The term "bush regeneration" refers to those methods that enable the re-establishment of indigenous native plant species or the original natural bush. It includes the Bradley method of natural bush regeneration through the use of minimum disturbance techniques involving weed removal. This method permits native plants to re-establish themselves where sufficient propagules, such as seed or remnant root stock, are present.
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Book Description Open Training and Education Ne, 1996. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110724078770