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Dryland salinity : economic issues at farm, catchment and policy levels / edited by Tennille W. Graham, David J. Pannell, Ben White
Bib ID 3102556
Format BookBook
Description Perth, W.A. : CRC for Plant-Based Management of Dryland Salinity, University of Western Australia, 2004 
vii, 248 p. : ill., maps ; 30 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.) 
ISBN 1740521048
Notes

Includes bibliographic references.

National Library does not hold CD-ROM.

Subjects Salinity -- Control -- Australia.  |  Soil conservation -- Australia.  |  Dry farming -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors White, Ben  |  Graham, Tennille, W  |  Pannell, David J., 1960-  |  CRC for Plant Based Management of Dryland Salinity (Australia)

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