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Soil salinity in coastal areas is due to the  presence of ground water which is saline and overflow of sea water in the low-lying areas.

(a) True

(b) False

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The query is from Management of Coastal Saline Soil topic in portion Management and Remediation of Problem Soil of Environmental Biotechnology

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Correct answer is (a) True

Easiest explanation: In coastal regions the soil becomes saline due to the presence of saline ground water and also seas water overflow in the low-lying areas, hence, leading to soil salinity.

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