Wet Tropics region GLM land types
To view the description for a specific land type within the Wet Tropics of Queensland, click on the land type or plant index below:
- WT01 Alluvial (PDF, 183 KB)
- WT02 Black soils on basalt and granite (PDF, 206 KB)
- WT03 Range soils (PDF, 997 KB)
- WT04 Red basalt (PDF, 225 KB)
- WT05 Red soils (PDF, 1 MB)
- WT06 Sandy red earths (PDF, 1 MB)
- WT07 White sandy soil (PDF, 308 KB)
- WT08 Yellow earths (PDF, 1 MB)
- WT Wet Tropics Region plant index (PDF, 101 KB)
- Wet Tropics region GLM land type information collated (PDF, 4.5 MB)
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Grundy, M.J. and Bryde, N.J. (1989). Land resources of the Einasleigh – Atherton Dry Tropics. Land Resources Branch. Project Report QO89004. Department of Primary Industries, Brisbane.
Heiner, I.J. and Grundy, M.J. (1994). Land resources of the Ravenshoe – Mt Garnet area north Queensland. Vol 1 – Land Resources Inventory. Department of Primary Industries, Brisbane.
Isbell, R.F., Stephenson, P.J., Murtha, G.G. and Gillman, G.P. (1976). Red basaltic soils in north Queensland. Division of Soils Technical Paper No. 28. CSIRO, Melbourne.
Kernot, J.C. (1998) Sustainable beef production on tropical tallgrass using the local best practice (LBP) approach. Final Report to Meat and Livestock Australia, Project DAQ.092/NAP3.306.
Kernot, J.C., English, B.H., Shaw, K. A. and Rolfe, J.W (2005). Grazing Management to improve Regional Ecosystems, land condition and optimise beef production in the Upper Herbert Catchment. Final Report to Far North Queensland Natural Resource Management Ltd. Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, Mareeba.
Milson, J. (2000). Pasture plants of north-west Queensland. Department of Primary Industries, Brisbane.
Queensland Herbarium (2009). Regional Ecosystem Description Database (REDD). Version 6.0b. Updated November 2009 (Department of Environment and Resource Management: Brisbane).