An assessment of current and possible future land use in Western Australia was undertaken as part of the National Land and Water Resources Audit. This data was used to assess the impact of land use change on the future extent of salinity. It was found that in some areas there is real capacity for changing land use to impact on recharge to the watertable.
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Western Australia, Groundwater recharge, Land use, Groundwater, Water table, Salinity
McConnell, C E. (2000), Predicted land use changes in agricultural areas of WA and resulting impact on the extent of dryland salinity. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Report 201.