High water use vegetation systems for salinity control were trialed on a 70 ha catchment located about 15 km north of Williams, Western Australia. The catchment receives about 545 mm annual rainfall and 1870 mm annual evaporation. Development of salinity is characterised by passive discharge upslope from a dolerite dyke. Because recharge exceeds the discharge capacity of current seeps, there is potential for new seeps to develop in the mid to lower slopes.
Watershed management, Williams region (WA), Puccinellia, South west region (WA), Soil salinity, Water use, Trees, Water use efficiency, Revegetation, Eucalyptus globulus, Groundwater, Thinopyrum, Western Australia, Watersheds, Salinity, TKK Engineering's Catchment (WA)
Smith, A D, George, R J, Scott, P R, Bennett, D L, Rippon, R J, and Orr, G J. (1998), Results of investigations into the groundwater response and productivity of high water use agricultural systems 1990-1997 4. TKK Engineering's Catchment (Williams). Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Report 177.
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