Jerramungup region (WA), Groundwater recharge, Salinity, Western Australia, Groundwater
Drilling was carried out with a dry rotary auger rig, with a depth limit of 31 m for the first 28 piezometers and 40 m thereafter. Farmers assisted in the site selection and construction of the piezometers in most cases and will in the future be responsible for monitoring their piezometer(s) regularly. The average depth to bedrock was 18 m and the average dept to groundwater was 9 m, with an average salinity level of 3600 mS/m. The average total salt storage was approximately 2800 tonnes per hectare.
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Martin, S B. (1992), Groundwater investigations in the Jerramungup shire. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia. Report 122, 34p.