Raiter, K.G., Prober, S.M., Possingham, H.P., Westcott, F., Hobbs, R.J., 2018. Linear infrastructure impacts on landscape hydrology. Journal of Environmental Management 206, 446-457.

Raiter, K.G., Prober, S.M., Possingham, H.P., Westcott, F., Hobbs, R.J., 2018. Linear infrastructure impacts on landscape hydrology. Journal of Environmental Management 206, 446-457.

Aim: 
To produce a regional-level evaluation of the effects of linear infrastructure on surface and near-surface hydrology
Type of Study: 
A combination of field-based assessments, GIS techniques, and data analyses.
Key Results: 
This reference provides an example of where mining roads can produce surface drainage impacts.
Models: 
Conditional inference trees (classification and regression trees)
Locations: 
Great Western Woodlands, Western Australia
Response variable : 
Multiple response variables to describe soil erosion and water pooling
Ecosystem: 
Woodland, shrubland, succulent steppe, etc.
Survey: 
Over 1000 km of linear infrastructure surveyed, within 160, 000 km2 region.
Full Reference: 
Raiter, K.G., Prober, S.M., Possingham, H.P., Westcott, F., Hobbs, R.J., 2018. Linear infrastructure impacts on landscape hydrology. Journal of Environmental Management 206, 446-457