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    • Partially Penetrating Lake-Aquifer Interaction in a Laboratory-scale Tidal Setting 

      Jazayeri, Amir; Werner, Adrian; Cartwright, Nick (Flinders University, 2021-03-29)
      Freshwater lakes close to the coast are important ecotones with strong functional dependency on ocean forces. Tides are likely to create dynamic lake-groundwater interactions, which have not been previously assessed for ...
    • Radionuclide and stable elements in flora from Australian arid environments 

      Popelka-Filcoff, Rachel S; Rea, Maria Angelica; Johansen, Mathew P; Payne, Timothy E; Hirth, Gillian; Hondros, Jim; Pandelus, Samantha; Tucker, William; Duff, Tim; Green, Liesel; Stopic, Attila; Pring, Allan; Lenehan, Claire E (Flinders University, 2021-04-30)
      Radiological impact assessments are an important tool for energy and resources industries and government safety regulators to assist in the protection of wildlife diversity, especially native species. Evaluations of ...