Waterloo Station : a report for the station manager
R. Sanders and L.R. Rajaratnam; Water Resources Survey of the Western Victoria River District. Waterloo Station. A Guide for Water Resources Management.
Sanders, R.; National Landcare Program (Australia); Rajaratnam, L. R. (Lakshman); Northern Territory. Power and Water Authority. Water Resources Division
E-Publications; E-Books; PublicationNT; Report No ; 24/1994
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Date:1995; On cover 'National Landcare Program'. Cover title: Water resources of Waterloo Station. Bibliography: leaf 
Groundwater -- Northern Territory -- Waterloo Station; Water-supply -- Northern Territory -- Waterloo Station; Water resources development -- Northern Territory -- Waterloo Station
Report No ; 24/1994
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be achieved if construction is undertaken early in the Dry while soil is still moist. Every 100mm layer of loose soil should be compacted. For 3 days' water supply from a turkeys' nest the following dimensions are recohmended: NUMBER OF CATTLE INNER DIAMETER AT BASE (m) INNER DIAMETER AT TOP (m) HEIGHT (m) 200 6 13 1.1 500 8 16 1.5 These figures are based on sides with a 1 in 2.5 slope. 3. Modifying Waterholes Modifying a waterhole usually means constructing a narrow excavated tank within the waterhole to increase its storage capacity. Site investigations are critical. If the subsoil is impermeable, non-dispersive, and there is no rock within 2 m depth then excavation should be possible using a scraper. The presence of rock will usually require the use of rippers for excavation. The longitudinal batter could be 1 in 3 or less, while the cross sectional batter should not be more than 1 in 2.