The spectre at the feast: The emergence of salt in Victoria's irrigated districts
Salinity in Victoria's irrigated districts can be understood as the result not only of environmental predisposition and technological inadequacies, but of a prevailing political philosophy which considered irrigation as a social and economic good per se.
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