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QUT - Managing Hazardous and Nuisance Algae Nutrients of Concern: Iron and Particulate and Dissolved Organic Carbon and Groundwater Layer for Hazard Maps/Model

Aims: 

This task will assist modellers in increasing confidence in the shallow groundwater sources and delivery pathways for nutrients of concern to Lyngbya blooms, (particularly in relation to iron (Fe), dissolved organic carbon (DOC) and the main forms of nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P)). The overall aim of this task is to provide groundwater information to support the shallow groundwater layer in the Algal Bloom Nutrient Hazard Maps/models.

Researcher(s): 
Genevieve Larsen, Malcolm Cox, Ha Phan

QUT - Trace metal geochemistry and weathering mineralogy in a quaternary coastal plain, Bells Creek catchment, Pumicestone Passage, Southeast Queensland, Australia.

Aims: 
Researcher(s): 
Dr Tania Liaghati

QUT - Quaternary sandy aquifers bounding Moreton Bay, SE Queensland, Australia: complex coastal hydrological systems

Aims: 

Modelling groundwater systems in Moreton Bay, south east Queensland.

See conference paper at http://www.isr.qut.edu.au/downloads/2008-10_iah_japan_cox_labadz.pdf

Researcher(s): 
Malcolm Cox, Martin Labadz

QUT - Sedimentary evolution, hydrogeology and geochemistry of a back-barrier sand island : Toorbul, Southeast Queensland

Aims: 
Researcher(s): 
Jonathan Hodgkinson

QUT - Determination of aquifer properties and heterogeneity in a large coastal sand mass : Bribie Island, Southeast Queensland

Aims: 

See Master of Applied Science thesis at http://eprints.qut.edu.au/16278/

Researcher(s): 
Tim Armstrong

The Smartline Coastal Geomorphic Map of Australia

Aims: 

To assess the vulnerability of the Australian coastline to sea-level rise by geomorphological analysis.

Owner Institution: 
GA Geoscience Australia
Researcher(s): 
Chris Sharples
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