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There are complex feedbacks between landform, soils, vegetation and hydrology which affect the evolution of the landscape. To deal with the complexity of possible interactions, Landloch has developed expertise in:
- Laboratory and field methods for characterising infiltration and erodibility characteristics of soil and waste materials;
- Use of a range of computer models to predict plant growth, runoff, soil water balances, and erosion for a range of slope profile options and waste/soil types;
- Landform evolution simulations to consider longer-term issues; and,
- Use of soil analyses to provide fertiliser, amendment, and species recommendations to maximise potential establishment and growth of sustainable ecosystems.
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