Safeguarding dangerous shores

In nature, some things are best left alone, buried well beneath the surface. But housing, marina and infrastructure developments frequently disturb coastal acid sulfate soils and sediments, sometimes with disastrous consequences. Now a national atlas is providing a clearer picture of the extent and severity of this phenomenon along Australia's coastline.

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