Influences of climate, terrain and land cover on stream salinity in southeastern Australia, and implications for management through reforestation
Reforestation of cleared land has the potential to reduce groundwater recharge, salt mobilization and streamflow. Stream salinity change is the net result of changes in stream salt load and streamflow. The net effect of these changes varies spatially as a
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