The Western Australian branch of Soil Science Australia is an active branch promoting the understanding and awareness of soil science throughout the state.
The WA branch holds a Soil Science Seminar Series, the annual Booja Lecture, field trips and other events throughout the year.
New members are always welcome to join the Western Australian branch.
Meet our Committee
President: Henry Smolinski
Vice President: Tim Overheu
Secretary: Isaac Kelder
Treasurer: Louise Barton
Chris Gazey (Past President), James McFarlane, Richard Bell.
The Yellow Chromosol is the Western Australian state soil. Also known as Grey Sandy Duplex soils, Yellow Chromosols feature a sandy, usually grey coloured topsoil over a mottled clay subsoil. Widespread ini the South-West of the state, they are used for forestry, grazing, viticulture and cropping.
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Soil Science Australia acknowledges the traditional owners of the land and pays its respects to their Elders, past, present and future.