Hydrogeology, Salinity, Dongolocking region (WA), Soil, Dongolocking Reserves (WA), Western Australia, Groundwater recharge, Groundwater, Dumbleyung region (WA)
The aims of the hydrogeological study were to assess the characteristics of aquifers within the weathered zone, throughout the Dongolocking Reserves and in the surrounding farmland; provide baseline data on root zone salt store (EM38) and vertical distribution of stored salts (EM38) through the use of ground-based geophysical techniques; identify remnant bush at risk of salinisation; suggest management options to address any observed salinity problems; provide a groundwater monitoring network.
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Whitfield, B. (2001), Hydrogeological study of the Dongolocking Reserves, Dumbleyung, Western Australia. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia. Report 227, 47p.
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