Implications of the Present State of Scientific Knowledge for Technical Management

  • H. N. England


Salinity, from a management viewpoint, is discussed under the headings of hydrology, use of saline waters and control of soil and stream salinity, with incidental reference to other Symposium papers.


Irrigation Scheme Sodium Adsorption Ratio Exchangeable Sodium Percentage Salt Load Phreatic Water 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • H. N. England
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  1. 1.Formerly of Water Conservation and Irrigation CommissionSydneyAustralia

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