Application of a holistic inversion method in salinity risk and groundwater resource mapping in the River Murray corridor, SE Australia
K. Lawrie, R. Brodie, K. P. Tan, L. Halas, D. Gibson, J. Clarke, C. Apps and K. Cullen
ASEG Extended Abstracts
2009(1) 1 - 10
Published: 01 January 2009
The past decade has witnessed increasing policy demands to demonstrate cost-effective outcomes in environmental management. This has brought focus on the need to understand and map the complexity of biophysical systems in order to maximise the effectiveness of targeted management investments. A rise in demand for more accurate hydrogeological predictions for salinity and groundwater management, has seen increasing emphasis on multi-disciplinary geoscience systems approaches and the use of new or improved geospatial mapping technologies that enable specific gaps in the biophysical knowledge framework to be mapped and characterised with greater certainty.
Full text doi:10.1071/ASEG2009ab060
© ASEG 2009