Geological factors influencing dryland salinity risk
Dryland salinity has become a major environmental problem in Australia through changes in land management incurred since European settlement. Given appropriate conditions of land management and clin1ate, salinisation follows the advent of discharge areas which arise through rises in groundwater level and/or impediments to groundwater flow. Impediments may be structures such as dams, roads and railway embankments but can also occur naturally through geological features. Geological structures...[Show more]
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