Monday, February 06, 2006

Salinity Solutions: Working with Science and Society

(A supplement to GMO Pundit Salinity Solutions Webpage)

Full table of contents:
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture
Volume 45 Number 11 2005
Salinity Solutions: Working with Science and Society

Preface: Salinity Solutions — Working with Science and Society
M. Crawford and K. Goss

The role of plants and plant-based research and development in managing dryland salinity in Australia
A. M. Ridley and D. J. Pannell
pp. 1341-1355

Potential of current perennial plant-based farming systems to deliver salinity management outcomes and improve prospects for native biodiversity: a review
E. C. Lefroy, F. Flugge, A. Avery and I. Hume
pp. 1357-1367

Capture of agricultural surplus water determines the productivity and scale of new low-rainfall woody crop industries
D. Cooper, G. Olsen and J. Bartle
pp. 1369-1388

Using soil and climatic data to estimate the performance of trees, carbon sequestration and recharge potential at the catchment scale
R. J. Harper, K. R. J. Smettem and R. J. Tomlinson
pp. 1389-1401

The economics of managing tree–crop competition in windbreak and alley systems
R. Sudmeyer and F. Flugge
pp. 1403-1414

Multi-disciplinary approaches suggest profitable and sustainable farming systems for valley floors at risk of salinity
E. G. Barrett-Lennard, R. J. George, G. Hamilton, H. C. Norman and D. G. Masters
pp. 1415-1424

Improving salt tolerance of wheat and barley: future prospects
T. D. Colmer, R. Munns and T. J. Flowers
pp. 1425-1443

Genetic variation in five populations of strawberry clover (Trifolium fragiferum cv. Palestine) in Western Australia
K. S. McDonald, P. S. Cocks and M. A. Ewing
pp. 1445-1451

Predicted salinity impacts from land use change: comparison between rapid assessment approaches and a detailed modelling framework
C. Beverly, M. Bari, B. Christy, M. Hocking and K. Smettem
pp. 1453-1469

Farm, food and resource issues: politics and dryland salinity
D. J. Pannell
pp. 1471-1480

Lessons from agri-environmental policies in other countries for dealing with salinity in Australia
A. Weersink and A. Wossink
pp. 1481-1493

Social persistence of plant-based management of dryland salinity
N. Barr and R. Wilkinson
pp. 1495-1501

Epilogue: from propaganda to practicalities — the progressive evolution of the salinity debate
J. Passioura
pp. 1503-1506

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