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The identification of regions where severe fire regimes affect red meat producers: project extension

This project found that for most bioregions in northern Australia, where cattle properties had had

substantial areas of clay soils, the fire frequency on those areas was slightly below recommended

practice for grazing land management. On coarser-textured soils, fire frequencies were generally

well above recommendations. This indicates that fire frequency on those soil types could be

reduced and achieve emissions abatement without deleteriously affecting grazing land

management.​

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