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Development of Playa Lakes in South Western Australia

Naturevolume 247pages454455 (1974) | Download Citation

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SEDIMENT composition and provenance studies in ephemeral drainage systems of South Western Australia have shown interesting regional variation in the size, shape and orientation of playa lakes.

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  1. Department of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, University of Western Australia

    • L. P. KILLIGREW
    •  & R. J. GILKES

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