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**010299 Applied Mathematics not elsewhere classified**(9)

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## A

Adams, Vanessa Marie
(2011)
*Incorporating socio-economic considerations into systematic conservation planning.*
PhD thesis, James Cook University.

## D

Dong, Shijin, Yan, Juntao, Xu, Nan, Xu, Jia, and Wang, Hongyan
(2011)
*Molecular dynamics simulation on surface modification of carbon black with polyvinyl alcohol.*
Surface Science, 605 (9-10).
pp. 868-874.

## J

Johnstone, Robert
(2015)
*Busking the digital highway: the aesthetics of the exabyte.*
Knowledge Cultures, 3 (3).
pp. 93-111.

Jaenisch, Holger M., Handley, James W., and Hicklen, Michael L.
(2006)
*Data model predictive control as a new mathematical framework for simulation and VV&A.*
In: Proceedings of SPIE (6229). From: Intelligent Computing: theory and applications IV, 17 April 2006, Orlando, Florida, USA.

Jaenisch, Holger M.
(2006)
*Enabling unattended data logging and publication by data model change detection and environmental awareness.*
In: Proceedings of SPIE (6231). From: Unattended Ground, Sea, and Air Sensor Technologies and Applications VIII, 17 April 2006, Orlando, Florida, USA.

## S

Su, Ninghu
(2012)
*Distributed-order infiltration, absorption and water exchange in mobile and immobile zones of swelling soils.*
Journal of Hydrology, 468-469 (10).
pp. 1-10.

Su, Ninghu
(2009)
*N-dimensional fractional Fokker-Planck equation and its solutions for anomalous radial two-phase flow in porous media.*
Applied Mathematics and Computation, 213 (2).
pp. 506-515.

Su, Ninghu
(2004)
*Generalisation of various hydrological and environmental transport models using the Fokker–Planck equation.*
Environmental Modelling & Software, 19 (4).
pp. 345-356.

## V

Verrall, Damien Paul
(2015)
*Quasi-analytical modelling of advective-diffusive transport in porous media.*
PhD thesis, James Cook University.