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Use of the electromagnetic-induction meter (EM38) as a tool in managing salinisation

, : Use of the electromagnetic-induction meter (EM38) as a tool in managing salinisation. Hydrogeology Journal 5(1): 37-50

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DOI: 10.1007/s100400050110

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