The effect of airborne salt deposition on Acacia regeneration North Keppel Island.
The importance of airborne salt deposition in limiting /Accacia regeneration on North Keppel island was first proposed by Brennan (1986). Observations of Acacia distribution and Health tended to support this idea. In the salt exposed areas /Accacia species were severely stunted and displayed a phyllode tip necrosis. Airborne salt deposition was monitored throughout the grassland and forest zone. "Seedling' development and symptoms 'were...[Show more]
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