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Title: Soil Aquifer Treatment (SAT) at the Arid Zone Research Institute
AZRI Soil Investigation
Alternative Title: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research organisation co-operative consultancy investigation for the Power & Water Corporation to evaluate the potential for Soil Aquifer Treatment (SAT) at the Arid Zone Research Institute, Alice Springs. Soil Investigation
Author: Lennartz, Rudy
Knapton, Anthony
Northern Territory. Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Environment
Alternative Title: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research organisation co-operative consultancy investigation for the Power & Water Corporation to evaluate the potential for Soil Aquifer Treatment (SAT) at the Arid Zone Research Institute, Alice Springs. Soil Investigation
Publication location: Alice Springs (N.T.)
Publisher: Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Environment
Publication date: 2004
Description / Abstract: "In July 2003 the Power and Water Corporation (PWC) of the Northern Territory commissioned the Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Environment (DIPE) and CSIRO Land and Water (CLW) to determine the feasibility of implementing Soil-Aquifer Treatment at the Arid Zone Research Institute south of Alice Springs."
Made available by the Northern Territory Library via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).
Physical Description: 42 pages. ; illustration : 30 cm.
Series: Report ; 7/2005
Language: English
Subject: Soil profiles -- Northern Territory -- Alice Springs Region
Subject Location: Alice Springs (N.T.)
Citation address: http://hdl.handle.net/10070/227896
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