|Survey/Project Number:||65 Total No. of Sites: 11|
|Survey/Project Name:||Noarlunga - Christie Creek|
|Abstract:||This project aims to conduct a biological survey to collect scientific data on native and introduced vegetation for use in district councils, in 1994. This survey aimed to provide conservation and management strategy for the Christie Creek catchment, near Adelaide, South Australia.|
|Start Date:||16/09/1994 End Date: 05/12/1994|
|Survey Type:||Vegetation Only|
|Study Area Description:||Whole of Christie Creek catchment from coast (500mm rainfall) to ranges (700mm rainfall at 300m altitude). Landform pattern is low hills. Isolated remnants of native vegetation with an urban/peri-urban landscape. Whole of Christie Creek Catchment on Noarlunga 1:50,000 (6627-04).|
|Vegetation:||To Collect scientific data on native and introduced vegetation for use in councils. Conservation and management strategy for Christie Creek catchment.|
|Fauna:||*** No fauna survey objectives recorded|
|Vegetation:||Followed Biological Survey 30 x 30m quadrat and cover abundance methodology. Followed Weed Block Survey method.|
|Fauna:||*** No vertebrate methodology recorded|
|Data Distribution Rules:||Public|
Biological Survey of South Australia - Standard Survey methodology used.
Vegetation : Reference dataset - records from published reference, study or misc dataset. NOTE:NON Std Svy methodology may have been used.
Vegetation : Distribution - Vegetation/Fauna species (ie ad-hoc opportunistic species records - not usually re-visited) NOTE:NON Std Svy methodology
|Information Authority:||City of Noarlunga|