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Chadalavada, Sreenivasulu, Datta, Bithin, and Naidu, Ravi (2010) Uncertainty based optimal monitoring network design for a chlorinated hydrocarbon contaminated site. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 173 (1-4). pp. 929-940.
Frostick, A., Bollhöfer, A., Parry, D., Munksgaard, N., and Evans, K. (2008) Radioactive and radiogenic isotopes in sediments from Cooper Creek, Western Arnhem Land. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, 99 (3). pp. 468-482.
Johansson, Charlotte L., Paul, Nicholas A., de Nys, Rocky, and Roberts, David A. (2016) Simultaneous biosorption of selenium, arsenic and molybdenum with modified algal-based biochars. Journal of Environmental Management, 165. pp. 117-123.
Johansson, Charlotte L., Paul, Nicholas A., de Nys, Rocky, and Roberts, David A. (2015) The complexity of biosorption treatments for oxyanions in a multi-element mine effluent. Journal of Environmental Management, 151. pp. 386-392.
Kidgell, Joel T., de Nys, Rocky, Hu, Yi, Paul, Nicholas A., and Roberts, David A. (2014) Bioremediation of a complex industrial effluent by biosorbents derived from freshwater macroalgae. PLoS ONE, 9 (6). pp. 1-9.
Lane, Marcus B., Ross, Helen, Dale, A.P., and Rickson, Roy E. (2003) Sacred land, mineral wealth, and biodiversity at Coronation Hill, Northern Australia: indigenous knowledge and SIA. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, 21 (2). pp. 89-98.
Neilly, A., Jegatheesan, V., and Shu, L. (2009) Evaluating the potential for zero discharge from reverse osmosis desalination using integrated processes – a review. Desalination and Water Treatment, 11. pp. 58-65.
Roberts, David A., Cole, Andrew J., Paul, Nicholas A., and De Nys, Rocky (2015) Algal biochar enhances the re-vegetation of stockpiled mine soils with native grass. Journal of Environmental Management, 161. pp. 173-180.
Roberts, David A., Paul, Nicholas A., Bird, Michael I., and de Nys, Rocky (2015) Bioremediation for coal-fired power stations using macroalgae. Journal of Environmental Management, 153. pp. 25-32.