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Howley CM. Results of the Laura-Normanby River Water Quality Monitoring Project: An Assessment of Ambient Water Quality and Water Quality Impacts June 2006-June 2010. Cooktown, Queensland: CYMAG Environmental Inc.; 2010. Available from:
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Pietsch T. The role of in-channel benches as major stores of suspended sediment in the Normanby catchment & implications for catchment management. 2013 .
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Brooks AP. Sediment sources: Roads send sediment straight into the streams. 2013 .
Colby BC. The single-stage sampler for suspended sediment: Report No. 13. In: A Study of Methods Used in Measurement and Analysis of Sediment Loads in Streams. A Study of Methods Used in Measurement and Analysis of Sediment Loads in Streams. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Federal Inter-Agency Sedimentation Project (FSIP), St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory, Field Technical Committee of the Subcommittee on Sedimentation of the Inter-Agency Committee on Water Resource; 1961. p. 105.
. Source Catchments: Modeled Sediment Loads. Department of Natural Resources and Mines
Brodie JE, Furnas M, Hughes AO, Hunter H, McKergow LA, Prosser IP. Sources of sediment and nutrient exports to the Great Barrier Reef World Hertiage Area.; 2003 p. 192.