Apparent dryland salinity on the uplands of southeastern Australia; quantification of biotic and abiotic indicators, causes, mechanisms, processes and effects
Secondary dryland salinity in Australia has been a major environmental concern for a number of decades, yet aspects remain controversial. These include the processes which induce salinised soils, the environmental impacts of salinity, and the way in which it is mapped and managed. Dryland salinity has been almost universally attributed to rising saline groundwater caused by excess water accumulation in the landscape following European settlement and tree...[Show more]
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