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  • Epigraph: For many years I have been interested in the fact that in certain districts in the southern portion of Australia where destruction of the native vegetation has taken place rapidly, there has followed a very noticeable increase in salinity in the streams draining that area.
    Increase of Salt in Soil and Streams following the Destruction of
    the Native Vegetation, by W.E. Wood, Inspecting Engineer,
    Railway Department

    (Read November 13, 1923. Issued March 1 1924) Journal and Proceedings
    OF
    The Royal Society of
    Western Australia

    _________
    Vol. X.
    1923-24
  • Epigraph:

    Of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these: it might have been.
    -John Greenleaf Whittier

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    y separately published work icon Landscapes Sustainabilia: Exploring Sustainable Landscapes and Communities vol. 4 no. 2 Summer 2010-2011 Z1782317 2010-2011 periodical issue 2010-2011 pg. 73-79
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