Seepage scald : a case study in southeastern New South Wales
Dryland salinity in Australia is usually subdivided into two categories, scald and saline seepage, however, the use of these terms has not been consistent. The existence of a groundwater discharge condition should form the basis for distinguishing different areas of dryland salinity, but areas both with and without this condition have been labelled as ‘scalds’. It is suggested that ’seepage scald’ and ‘dry scald’ be used to distinguish scalds with a groundwater discharge condition from those...[Show more]
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