The Mills Lake Catchment is located north of the Ongerup-Jerramungup Road, 35 km west of Jerramungup and 10 km north-east of Ongerup. It covers about 23,800 ha of agricultural land that is more than 90% cleared and predominantly cropped. The average annual rainfall of the catchment is about 370 mm. Many low-lying parts of the study area have become salt-affected during recent years. The extent of soil salinity is growing rapidly and it is feared that, without any treatment, more land will become salt-affected.
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Geology, Groundwater, Ongerup region (WA), Salinity, Hydrology, Mills Lake Catchment (WA), Western Australia, Jerramungup region (WA), Waterlogging, Saline land
Ferdowsian, R, and Ryder, A T. (1997), Salinity and hydrology of the Mills Lake Catchment. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Report 166.
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