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Consolidated list of publications, reports and conference presentations by staff of and consultants to the Supervising Scientist 1978-30 June 2008

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Title

Consolidated list of publications, reports and conference presentations by staff of and consultants to the Supervising Scientist 1978-30 June 2008

Creator

Australia. Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts

Collection

E-Publications; E-Books; PublicationNT; Internal Report 547

Date

2008-08

Notes

Date:2008-08; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).

Language

English

Publisher name

Australia. Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts

Place of publication

Canberra (A.C.T.)

Series

Internal Report 547

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright

Copyright owner

Australia. Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/230323

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/671173

Page content

Morton SR, Brennan KG & Armstrong MD 1990. Distribution and abundance of ducks in the Alligator Rivers Region, NT, Australian Wildlife Research 17, 573590. Morton SR, Brennan KG & Armstrong MD 1990. Distribution and abundance of magpie geese, (Anseranas semipalmata) in the Alligator Rivers Region, NT Australian Journal of Ecology 15, 307320. Morton S, Brennan K & Armstrong M 1991. Distribution and abundance of waterbirds in the Alligator Rivers Region, Northern Territory. Open file record 86 Supervising Scientist for the Alligator Rivers Region, Canberra. Morton SR, Brennan KG & Armstrong MD 1993. Distribution and abundance of herons, egrets, ibises and spoonbills in the Alligator Rivers Region, NT. Wildlife Research 20, 2343. Mount J & Begg G 2003. A catalogue of research undertaken in the Alligator Rivers Region. Internal Report 428, June, Supervising Scientist, Darwin. Unpublished paper. Murray AS & Marten R 1985a. Routine analysis for naturally occurring radionuclides at environmental levels by gamma spectroscopy. In Proceedings of a Workshop on the Measurement of long-lived environmental radionuclides. Supervising Scientist for the Alligator Rivers Region 111. Murray AS & Marten R 1985b. High resolution ion chamberPotential for alpha spectroscopy without nuclide separation. In Proceedings of a Workshop on the Measurement of longlived environmental radionuclides. Supervising Scientist for the Alligator Rivers Region 176189. Murray AS, Johnston A, Marten R & Martin P 1987. Analysis for naturally occurring radionuclides at environmental levels by gamma spectrometry. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry Articles 115(2), 263288. Murray AS, Johnston A, Martin P, Hancock G, Marten R & Pfitzner J 1992. Transport of naturally occurring radionuclides in the surface waters of Magela Creek and flood plain, northern Australia. Open file record 93, Supervising Scientist for the Alligator Rivers Region, Canberra. Murray AS, Johnston A, Martin P, Hancock G, Marten R & Pfitzner J 1993. Transport of naturally occurring radionuclides by a seasonal tropical river, northern Australia. Journal of Hydrology 150, 1939. Murray AS, Pfitzner J & Wong W 1985. Gross alpha counting of environmental waters as a research tool. In Proceedings of a Workshop on the Measurement of long-lived environmental radionuclides. Supervising Scientist for the Alligator Rivers Region 104 117. Murray A, Wohl E & East J 1992. Thermoluminescence and excess 226Ra decay dating of late quaternary fluvial sands, East Alligator River, Australia. Quaternary Research 37, 2941. Nanson GC, East TJ & Roberts RG 1993. Quaternary stratigraphy, geochronology and evolution of the Magela Creek catchment in the monsoon tropics of northern Australia. Sedimentary Geology 83, 227302. Nanson GC, East TJ, Roberts RG, Clark RL & Murray AS 1989. Quaternary evolution and landform stability of Magela Creek catchment, near the Ranger uranium mine, northern Australia. Open file record 63, Supervising Scientist for the Alligator Rivers Region, Canberra. 95


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