Role of eolian dust deposits in landscape development and soil degradation in southeastern Australia
Eolian dust plays a significant role in landscape development and landscape processes in Australia. Thin dust mantles, rarely exceeding 3 m in thickness, have been identified across many parts of the Australian landscape, particularly in southeastern Australia. The nature and properties of these dust materials can have a major influence on environmental degradation processes such as salinisation and soil erosion. Despite the existing body of research regarding this topic, there are still...[Show more]
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