Salinisation processes in a sub-catchment of Wybong Creek, Hunter Valley, Australia
Salinisation in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales, Australia, is a significant environmental issue which affects the regional wine, horse and beef industries. The sub-catchment of Wybong Creek causes increased salinity, sodicity and chlorine concentrations in the Hunter River. Sampling was undertaken in the scalded area of Manobalai, located in the mid-catchment area of Wybong Creek, to establish whether salt stores within the regolith, or saline groundwater discharge from deeper formations,...[Show more]
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