Landholders and recoverey planning: Toolibin lake catchment
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Biodiversity in the wheatbelt has been steadily declining for a number of years, meaning that conservation management now focuses predominantly on remaining areas of biodiversity value. Toolibin Lake is one such area. Located in the Shire of Wickepin, Toolibin is an area of significant interest to government agencies, community groups and private landholders. People are interested in Toolibin Lake because it is the last remaining large freshwater lake in the wheatbelt; however its status as such is threatened by salinity. Efforts to recover Toolibin have been underway for several decades, most recently with CALM using the formal Toolibin Lake recovery plan to try and save the Lake.
|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Environmental Science|
|Publisher:||Dept. of Conservation and Land Management|
|Copyright:||(c) Dept. of Conservation and land Management|
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