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The Occurrence of Fish Kills, and their Causes missing in the Darwin-Katherine-Jabiru Region of the NT



The Occurrence of Fish Kills, and their Causes missing in the Darwin-Katherine-Jabiru Region of the NT


Townsend, S.


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Technical Report WRD92036 Viewed at 15:07:57 on 29/07/2010 Page 46 of 54. 19 NOLLER, B.N., CUSBERT, P.J. (1935): Hobilization of aluminium from a tropical floodplain amd its role in natural fish kills: a conceptual model. In: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Heavy Metals in the Environment, sept. 1935. Athens:100-1D2. PAYNE, A.I. (1986): The ecology of tropical lakes and rivers. - John Wiley and Sons, 301 pp. TOWNSEND, S.A., BOLAND, K.T., WRIGLEY, T.J. (1992): Factors contributing to a fish kill in the Australian wet/dry tropics. - Water Research (in press) . \<IALKER, T.D., TYLER, P.A. (1983): Tropioal Australia, a dynamic limnological environment. - Verh. Internat. verein. Li~~ol. 22:1727-1734. WARD, P.J., WOODLAND, D.J. (1933): An examination of the causes of mortality in the hardyhead, Craterocenhalus sp., in pools of Hagela Creek during the dry. In: Proceedings of the scientific workshop on environmental prot8ction in the Alligator River region. - Supervising scientist for the Alligator Rivers region, sydney: 39.1-37.7. WELCO}~1E, R.L. (1979): Fisheries Ecology of Floodplain Rivers. - Longman, London 252pp.

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