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  • Collection: Forestry Lantern Glass Slide Collection

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Wind erosion - Timberoo reserve due to indiscriminant clearing of Mallee scrub from farms and roads in course of settlement

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Wind Erosion - Mallee district

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Wilson's Promontory on old track to Sealer's Cove

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Why trees stand and fall. Erosion.

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White stringy bark and silvertop, Gippsland

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White Mountain Ash - Eucalyptus Regnans, Stoney Creek, State Forest, Narbethong. Height - 303 feet 7 inches

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White Forest, Mount Emerald

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Western Australian fire tower design

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West Tanjil River after second fire 1st Jan 1939, 2nd March, 1940

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There were four Saxton brothers, Ben, Wilbur, John and Eric. Ben was killed in the 1939 fires. Eric worked the planing mill at Moe and Wilbur and John worked at West Tanjil. The person in this image is most likely Wilbur Saxton.

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West of Yea - Gully erosion

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West of Warrandyte - sheet erosion has completely stripped the soil mantle from the underlying sedementaries

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West of Maindample - sheet erosion has exposed the underlying sedimentary formation and gully erosion is tearing out the dup valley filling loams

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West of Maindample - hill below fence wire

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West of Maindample - Tarn of debris below gully

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Wellsford forest near Bendigo. Knocking coppice for Eucalyptus distillation.

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Well developed cork forest in Algiers Tunisia where the forests are large along with Portugal and Southern Spain.

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Wattle bark stripping

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Waterfall in a forest

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These are the water tanks used for a steam engine at an unknown sawmill with an unidentified person.
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