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dc.contributor.author McBratney, A
dc.date.accessioned 2015-07-31T02:50:56Z
dc.date.available 2015-07-31T02:50:56Z
dc.date.issued 2002-06-30
dc.identifier.uri http://www.insidecotton.com/xmlui/handle/1/2500
dc.description.abstract In order to provide similar information for comparison, the major aims of Phase, III (Implementation and Management) were to a) initially consult with community groups (e.g. Macquarie 2100) to ensure, research projects developed were consistent with natural research, management issues in each of the major cotton growing areas of central and, northern NSW and southeast Queensland b) generate matching research funds through the Natural Heritage Trust and Salt, Action Programs to extend the field, district and regional methods, developed, as part of Phase II, to other irrigated cotton growing districts (e.g. lower, Macintyre, Macquarie and Darling River valleys) c) collection of EM data, and soil information in the root- (0-2 m) and vadosezones, (2-12 m) to measure, model, map, manage and monitor soil salinisation, processes at various scales
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dc.subject Salinity
dc.subject Soils
dc.title Understanding the salinity threat, in irrigated cotton growing areas, of Australia, - Phase III -, Implementation and Management
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CRDC.KeywordsUnrestricted namoi valley, lower namoi valley, soil salinisation, gwydir valley, irrigated cotton, salinity, large earthen water storage, sodium adsorption ratio, salinity threat, sodium adsorption ratio water, lower gwydir, soil salinity, gwydir valley irrigators, australian cotton cooperative, tertiary weathered sandstone, bourke irrigation district, high sodium adsorption, soil salinity assessment, gwydir valley irrigators association, apparent electrical conductivit


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