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Book
Shellberg JG. Alluvial Gully Erosion Rates and Processes Across the Mitchell River Fluvial Megafan in Northern Queensland, Australia. PhD Dissertation, Griffith University, Australian Rivers Institute, School of Environment; 2011 p. 251.
Shellberg JG, Brooks AP. Alluvial Gully Prevention and Rehabilitation Options for Reducing Sediment Loads in the Normanby Catchment and Northern Australia Griffith University. Prepared by Griffith University, Australian Rivers Institute; Prepared for the Australian Government Caring for Our Country Reef Rescue Program; 2013.
. Australia’s River Basins. Canberra: Bureau of Meterology; 1997.
. Australian Water Resources Assessment 2000: Surface water and groundwater - availability and quality. National Land and Water Resources Audit c/o Land & Water Australia on behalf of the Commonwealth of Australia ; 2001.
Rustomji P, Shellberg JG, Brooks AP, Spencer J, Caitcheon G. A catchment sediment and nutrient budget for the Mitchell River, Queensland. Canberra, Australia: A report to the Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge (TRaCK) Research Program. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship.; 2010 p. 119. Available from: http://www.track.org.au/publications/registry/track876
Prosser IP, Rustomji P, Young WJ, Moran CJ, Hughes AO. Constructing River Basin Sediment Budgets for the National Land and Water Resources Audit. CSIRO Land and Water, Technical Report 15/01; 2001.
Holthouse H. Cyclone. Adelaide: Rigby; 1971.
. Directory of Important Wetlands in Australia, Third Edition. Third. Canberra, Australia: Environment Australia; 2001.
Brierley GJ, Fryirs KA. Geomorphology and river management: application if the river styles framework. Victoria, Australia: Blackwell Publishing; 2005.
. Population data for the Lakeland and Laura Townships (combined). Canberra: Australian Bureau of Statistics; 2006.
Lilles T, Kiefer RW, Chipman JW. Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation. USA: Wiley and Sons; 2008.
Book Chapter
Brooks AP, Spencer J, Knight J. Alluvial gully erosion in Australia’s tropical rivers: a conceptual model as a basis for a remote sensing mapping procedure. In: Wilson AL, Dehaan RL, Watts RJ, Page KJ, Bowmer KH, Curtis A Proceedings of the 5th Australian Stream Management Conference. Proceedings of the 5th Australian Stream Management Conference. ; 2007. pp. 43-48.
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.
Brooks AP, Spencer J, Shellberg JG, Knight J, Lymburner L. Using remote sensing to quantify sediment budget components in a large tropical river - Mitchell River, Gulf of Carpentaria. In: Sediment Dynamics in Changing Environments (Proceedings of a symposium held in Christchurch, New Zealand, December 2008). Vol. 325. Sediment Dynamics in Changing Environments (Proceedings of a symposium held in Christchurch, New Zealand, December 2008). IAHS Publication; 2008. pp. 225-236.
Conference Paper
Saylam K. QUALITY ASSURANCE OF LIDAR SYSTEMS – MISSION PLANNING. In: ASPRS 2009 Annual Conference. ASPRS 2009 Annual Conference. Baltimore, Maryland: American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing; 2009.
Journal Article
Brooks AP, Shellberg JG, Spencer J, Knight J. Alluvial gully erosion: an example from the Mitchell fluvial megafan, Queensland, Australia. Earth Surface Processes and LandformsEarth Surface Processes and Landforms. 2009 ;34:1951-1969. Plus Erratum. 2010, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 35: 242–245.
Shellberg JG, Spencer J, Brooks AP, Pietsch T. Alluvial gully erosion rates across the Mitchell River fluvial megafan, northern Australia. Target Submission: Geological Society of America BulletinTarget Submission: Geological Society of America Bulletin. 0 .
Wallace J, Karim F, Wilkinson S. Assessing the potential underestimation of sediment and nutrient loads to the Great Barrier Reef lagoon during floods. Marine Pollution BulletinMarine Pollution Bulletin. 2012 ;65:194-202.
Kroon F, Kuhnert P, Henderson B, Henderson A, Turner R, Huggins R, Wilkinson S, Abbott B, Brodie JE, Joo M. Baseline pollutant loads to the Great Barrier Reef. CSIRO: Water for a Healthy Country Flagship ReportCSIRO: Water for a Healthy Country Flagship Report. 2010 ;Series ISSN: 1835-095X.
Furnas M. Catchments and Corals: Terrestrial Runoff to the Great Barrier Reef. Australian Institute of Marine Science and CRC Reef Research Centre, TownsvilleAustralian Institute of Marine Science and CRC Reef Research Centre, Townsville. 2003 :334.
Fabricius KE, De'ath AG, McCook LJ, Turak EI, D MBWilliams. Changes in algal, coral and fish assemblages along water quality gradients on the inshore Great Barrier Reef. Marine Pollution BulletinMarine Pollution Bulletin. 2005 ;51:384-398.
Torgersen T, Chivas AR, Chapman A. Chemical and isotopic characterisation and sedimentation rates in Princess Charlotte Bay, Queensland. Journal of Australian Geology and GeophysicsJournal of Australian Geology and Geophysics. 1983 ;8:191-200.
Ridd PV, Stieglitz T, Larcombe P. Density-driven secondary circulation in a tropical mangrove estuary. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf ScienceEstuarine Coastal and Shelf Science. 1998 ;47:621-632.

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