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Wingecarribee, Our Home

Wingecarribee, our Home: A Geographical Interpretation of the Southern Highlands of New South Wales was published in 2006 by U3A -Southern Highlands Inc. (part of the international University of the Third Age movement) with assistance from Wingecarribee Shire Council.

 

linkU3A - Southern Highlands Inc. (external link)

 

To make this book available to a wide audience it is available from Council's website.

 

The book describes the biophysical and socio-economic patterns across Wingecarribee Shire. It puts these patterns into perspectives, such as through comparisons with New South Wales. The book also explains these patterns using descriptive analyses and conclusions from other studies, as well as suggesting some issues that arise for planning and management.

 

The work is intended to be used as an authoritative reference. It draws heavily on official data, but is not a statistical compendium.

 

Material from this book is reproduced here with permission from the author and the publisher. The material is copyright but may be copied freely with appropriate acknowledgement of the author and publisher.

 

Wingecarribee Shire Council accepts no responsibility for the accuracy of the material and does not necessarily endorse any interpretation or conclusions that might be drawn from the material. In particular, Council advises that new and more recent material may become available in time.

 

The author has compiled a CD-ROM, entitled 'Wingecarribee Our Home' (2010), which contains updated versions of all the figures in the book, along with many new maps, graphs and tables, which are used in lecture presentations to members of U3A Southern Highlands Inc.

 

The CD-ROM has not been published but is held, for reference, by Wingecarribee Council's Bowral Central Library

 

pdf00    Contents & Prefaces (PDF, 18kB)

pdf01    Introduction (PDF, 31KkB)

pdf02    Wingecarribee (PDF, 224kB)

pdf02.1 Biophysical Patterns (PDF, 13kB)

pdf03    Physical Geography (PDF, 236kB)

pdf04    Geological Evolution (PDF, 196kB)

pdf05    Rocks & Strata (PDF, 210kB)

pdf06    Landforms (PDF, 100kB)

pdf07    Soil Patterns (PDF, 193KkB)

pdf08    Soil Potentials (PDF, 232kB)

pdf09    Climate & Weather (PDF, 171kB)

pdf10    Temperatures (PDF, 126kB)

pdf11    Moisture (PDF, 119kB)

pdf12    Vegetation Cover (PDF, 229kB)

pdf13    Natural Vegetation (PDF, 52kB)

pdf13.1 Social Patterns (PDF, 13kB)

pdf14    Population (PDF, 64kB)

pdf15    Settlement Patterns (PDF, 119kB)

pdf16    The Towns (PDF, 796KkB)

pdf17    Population Changes (PDF, 672kB)

pdf18    People & their Households (PDF, 363kB)

pdf19    Work & Income (PDF, 583kB)

pdf20    Society (PDF, 22kB)

pdf20.1 Economic Patterns (PDF, 13kB)

pdf21    The Economy (PDF, 33kB)

pdf22    Production (PDF, 31KkB)

pdf23    Industries (PDF, 29KkB)

pdf24    Agriculture (PDF, 254KkB)

pdf25    Agricultural Development (PDF, 75kB)

pdf26    Economic Patterns (PDF, 29kB)

pdf26.1 Future Patterns (PDF, 13KkB)

pdf27    Challenges (PDF, 47kB)

pdf28    Managing Change (PDF, 116kB)

pdf28.1 Summary & Conclusions (PDF, 13kB)

pdf29    Summary (PDF, 33kB)

pdf30    Conclusions (PDF, 22kB)

pdf31    References (PDF, 32kB)

pdf32    Statistical Geography (PDF, 185kB)

 

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Last Updated: November 13th, 2015
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