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  • Types of salinity

    Find out about salinity, which is the presence of salts and bicarbonates in soil and water—it can occur naturally or result from human activities.

  • Identifying salinity

    Find out how to recognise and monitor indicators of salinity in soil, including changes on ground and in vegetation.

  • Impacts of salinity

    Read about the impact salinity has on agricultural production, water quality and streams, biodiversity and infrastructure.

  • Preventing and managing salinity

    Read about the methods of managing salinity, which involves striking a balance between the volume of water entering and leaving the groundwater system.

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12 November 2015
Last updated
8 August 2013
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