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Final report SRDC Project BS12S

AuthorKingston, G
Date Accessioned2012-11-13
Date Available2012-11-13
Issued1993
Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/11079/686
AbstractThis project was proposed to the Sugar Research Council because qualitative data suggested a significant problem with waterlogging and salinity in hydromorphic sedimentary soils in the Bundaberg to Maryborough region. Also there were no quantitative data to indicate elevation of watertables in areas of hazard, nor were there any criteria to determine an approach to management of shallow watertables in the region.
AbstractObjectives
Abstract(1) Quantify the seasonal persistence of perched watertables in various soil types in relation to previously recognised soil morphological features associated with prolonged wetness.
Abstract(2) Determine the areas within which drainage schemes are required.
Abstract(3) Develop drainage design criteria/models for recognisable soil type x environmental situations to overcome the need for site specific investigations when farm and community drainage works are indicated.
Abstract(4) Acquire baseline water quality data for use in assessment of environmental impact of drainage works.
Languageen
Part of SeriesBSES Internal Report; 1993 No 658 Report SD93002
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SubjectIsis
SubjectDrainage
SubjectGroundwater
SubjectWater table
SubjectWater quality
SubjectGroundwater chemistry
SubjectManagement of salinity
SubjectCretaceous sediments
SubjectTertiary sediments
TitleDevelopment of criteria for draining shallow watertables in the Isis irrigation area
TitleFinal report SRDC Project BS12S


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    Research outcomes: Soil health is improved with a resulting positive impact on the environment and yield growth. Improved reputation and relationship between industry and environmental groups.

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