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Salinity is the accumulation of salts (often dominated by sodium chloride) in soil and water to levels that impact on human and natural assets (e.g. plants, animals, aquatic ecosystems, water supplies, agriculture and infrastructure).
Irrigation salinity occurs in irrigated landscapes.
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