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A conceptual hydrogeological model for the Lake Warden recovery catchments, Esperance, Western Australia / Rod Short
Bib ID 2144813
Format BookBook
Author
Short, Rod (Rodney John)
 
Description [Perth, W.A.] : Agriculture Western Australia, 2000 
29 p. : ill., maps ; 30 cm. 
Series

Resource management technical report ; 200.

Notes

"Prepared for the National Land and Water Resource Audit Dryland Salinity Theme - Project 3"

"May 2000"

Subjects Watershed management -- Western Australia -- Esperance Region.  |  Hydrogeology -- Western Australia -- Esperance Region.  |  Lakes -- Western Australia -- Esperance Region -- Management.
Other authors/contributors Western Australia. Agriculture Western Australia

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