National strategy for the management of coastal acid sulfate soils
Prepared by National Working Party on Acid Sulfate Soils for Agricultural and Resource Management Council of Australia and New Zealand & Australian and New Zealand Environment and Conservation Council & Ministerial Council Forestry, Fisheries and Aquaculture, 2000
The National Strategy for the Management of Coastal Acid Sulfate Soils proposes a holistic and comprehensive approach to define acid sulfate soils, prevent the problem from increasing, and encourage remedial actions to reduce existing acid water runoff.
Benefits of the national strategy include:
- improving understanding of acid sulfate soils
- improving water quality and environmental outcomes over time
- preventing acid sulfate soils increasing
- reducing or avoiding future remedial costs by implementing preventative measures.
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