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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Keywords

Waterlogging, Western Australia

First Page Number

119

Last Page Number

121

Abstract

Soil is said to be waterlogged if any part of the plant root zone is saturated with water. In severe cases soil is saturated to the surface and waterlogging is obvious. Waterlogging is distinguished from flooding in which surface runoff brings down water from higher up in a catchment. However, flooding may result in waterlogged sites.

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