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Socioeconomic impacts of plantation forestry - information booklet

Socioeconomic impacts of plantation forestry - information booklet

This information booklet summarises the key findings of a recent study conducted by the Bureau of Rural Sciences, examining socioeconomic impacts of the plantation sector in the Great Southern region of Western Australia and the South West Slopes of New South Wales between 1991 and 2004.

The study identified key land uses and industries in the two case study regions and the history of plantation industry development. The level, type and location of employment and spending by the plantation sector over time were examined. The study then linked plantation sector expansion and changes in the socioeconomic characteristics of the population of different parts of the regions.

Reference Number:
PN04.4007

Findings Report:
PN04.4007.pdf

Other Attachments:
PN04.4007 Great Southern Region.pdf
Pn04.4007 great southern region (WA).pdf
PN04.4007 South West Slopes of NSW.pdf
PN04.4007 south west slopes region (NSW).pdf

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