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ready ASLS - Landform classifiers

Abbreviation: landform

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Machine-readable representation of the classifiers described in chapter 5 Landform, by J.G. Speight, in Australian soil and land survey field handbook (3rd edn). In this technique for describing landforms, the whole land surface is viewed as a mosaic of tiles of odd shapes and sizes. The scheme is intended to produce a record of observations rather than inferences. The data was converted from the print representation to this linked-data form by Linda Gregory assisted by Simon J D Cox.


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Created in 2009

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How to cite this record landform; ASLS - Landform classifiers; DOI:; Last edited: April 21, 2021, 12:57 p.m.; Last accessed: Jan 24 2022 10:16 a.m.

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Australian Soil and Land Survey Handbook

National Committee on Soil and Terrain
CSIRO Publishing 2009

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