Cockatoo Sands are recognised as potentially suitable for irrigated agriculture because they are generally well drained and not subject to waterlogging and inundation. These characteristics allow them to be cultivated and prepared for planting of various crops during the wet and dry seasons of northern Australia.
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Physiography, drainage, flow measurement, Cockatoo Sands
Bennett, D, Donovan, L, and Palmer, D. (2015), Cockatoo Sands in the Victoria Highway and Carlton Hill areas, East Kimberley: baseline surface water quality. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Report 394.
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