A study of the role of groundwater carriers and barriers in controlling salinity was carried out in the Westdale Catchment by Lewis and McConnell (in preparation). Although that study was primarily concerned with groundwater flow and discharge processes, the data collected also provided rudimentary information on the timing of groundwater recharge events and their distribution across the landscape.
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Groundwater level, Groundwater, Salinity, Piezometers, Western Australia, Groundwater recharge, Watershed management, Westdale Catchment (WA), Rain, Catchment hydrology, Watersheds
Lewis, M F, and McConnell, C E. (1998), Observations on groundwater recharge in the Westdale catchment. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Report 180.
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