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While ideally a land account should present data as at a single point in time, this is extremely difficult in practice and data in this release covers different time periods. This should be considered in interpreting the outputs. A detailed introduction and methodology overview can be found in the Explanatory Notes.
An additional set of tables presenting change in native vegetation extent and vegetation condition will be included in a revision to this publication in early 2013.
For further information on environmental-economic accounting please refer to the ABS Information Papers: Completing the Picture - Environmental Accounting in Practice, May 2012 (ABS cat. no. 4628.0.55.001), What are Environmental Accounts?, 2008 (ABS cat. no. 4655.0.55.001), Towards an Integrated Environmental-Economic Account for Australia, 2010 (ABS cat. no. 4655.0.55.001) or the United Nations' System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA).
For further information about these and related statistics, contact the National Information and Referral Service on 1300 135 070.
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