Soil Salinity - Non-watertable

Non-watertable salinity (or dry saline land) is where soil contains elevated levels of soluble salts that are not associated with a watertable. Mapping shows the degree of non-watertable salinity, based on the most saline part of the map unit (provided it occupies at least 30%), while detailed proportion data are supplied for calculating respective areas of each non-watertable salinity class (spatial data statistics).

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