Considers the threats to the biodiversity of Australian rangelands from invasive, non-native plant species. Identifies the regions where the threat is greatest and provides advice about integrated weed management strategies. Discusses weed management techniques in light of diverse tenures and land uses, and the extensiveness of rangelands. Provides a checklist for evaluating projects that address rangeland weed problems relevant to environmental or biodiversity management. Management recommendations for reducing the impacts of existing weed problems and minimising the risk of new weed problems arising are also included
"This paper is a summary of the report prepared for the Australian Government Department of the Environment and Heritage by the CRC for Australian Weed Management. Grice, A.C. and Martin, T.G. The management of weeds and their impact on biodiversity in the rangelands. CRC for Australian Weed Management."--T.p. verso
"Department of the Environment and Heritage, June 2006."