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Identification and management of acid sulfate soil priority areas in New South Wales, Australia


, : Identification and management of acid sulfate soil priority areas in New South Wales, Australia. Proceedings of a workshop on remediation and assessment of broadacre acid sulfate soils, Southern Cross University, Lismore, Australia, 31 August 2 September 1999: 122-129

One of the most important and urgent tasks in relation to acid sulfate soil (ASS) remediation and management is to identify those areas to which priority attention should be directed. ASS priority area mapping identifies areas and related issues of highest priority for remedial action, based on land and water impacts due to ASS.

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