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Title Wild plants of the Ballarat area [electronic resource].

Published Brighton East, Vic. : Viridans, 1998.


Location Call No. Status
Edition Ed. 3 July 1998.
Physical description 1 computer laser optical disk : col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Series Viridans biological databases
Notes System requirements: IBM compatible PC with CD-ROM drive, running Windows 3.1, Windows 95 or Windows 98.
"August 1998" -- Container insert.
Supported by: City of Ballarat, Golden Plains Shire, University of Ballarat, Greening Australia Victoria.
Distribution data of plants derived from the Victorian Flora Information Service (FIS), managed by the Department of Natural Resources and Environment.
Satellite image and land use maps copyright by the Department of Narural Resources and Environment.
Almost 40% of the distribution data in this package was contributed by local botanist Tim D'Ombrain.
The Ballarat Area of this CD-ROM is 11,8000 km2 of land in south-western Victoria. It completely encloses the local government areas of Ballarat, Golden Plains, and Moorabool, and it contains substantial areas of Hepburn, Pyrenees, Greater Geelong, Corangamite and Colac.
Summary Interactive database combining distribution data, maps, descriptive text and photographs. It covers the vascular flora of the Ballarat region, both native and non-native, and includes nearly 37,000 records of nearly 1850 species. There is descriptive text for nearly all the plants and colour photographs of over 1170 species.
Other author D'Ombrain, Tim.
Victoria. Dept. of Natural Resources and Environment.
Subject Botany -- Victoria -- Ballarat Region -- Nomenclature -- Databases.
Botany -- Victoria -- Ballarat Region -- Databases.