This report compares two alternative approaches for the treatment and management of salt affected land at Dangin, Western Australia by determining whether there are benefits from a WISALTS bank system which would not accrue from standard soil conservation recommendations; comparing the costs and benefits of the two systems; and determining the nature of the effects of the two systems, particularly with respect to soil salinity.
Dangin (WA), Drainage, Saline soils, Western Australia, Salinity
Henschke, C J, and Bessell-Browne, J A. (1983), An assessment of Wisalts banks at Dangin. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Report 17.
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