pages and Introduction: I.C. Roach
- 2. S. Abbott: Airborne
geophysical data, including electromagnetics, enhances rapid
catchment appraisal in the Upper Kent Recovery Catchment
- 3. R.R. Anand & M. Cornelius:
Vegetation and soil
expression of the Jaguar base metal deposit, Yilgarn Craton
- 4. R.R. Anand, C. Phang & R. Hough:
dispersion of gold and ore related elements in transported
overburden at the Lancefield gold deposit, Yilgarn Craton
- 5. N. Anderson, N.G. Direen & S.M.
Hill: The Warratta
Fault: geophysical architecture and landscape evolution significance
- 6. M.F. Aspandiar: Potential
mechanisms of metal transfer through transported overburden
within the Australian regolith: a review
- 7. A.K.M. Baker, R.W. Fitzpatrick & S.R.
Koehne: High resolution
low altitude aerial photography for recording temporal changes
in dynamic surficial environments
- 8. P.L.M. Bamford, K.G. McQueen & K.M.
dispersion and under-cover expression of gold mineralisation
at the Wyoming gold deposit, Tomingley, NSW
- 9. K.A. Beckett: Observations
on the correlation between uranium and thorium radioelement
channels in Western Australia airborne radiometric surveys
- 10. A.D. Brown: Production
of geochemical atlas pages using DataDesk and ArcGIS
- 11. A.D. Brown & S.M. Hill: Regolith-landform
maps are an essential tool for interpreting regolith geochemistry:
the White Dam, SA, experience
- 12. J. Brugger, W. Liu, B. Etschmann & G.
metals in hypersaline solutions: experiments and numerical
- 13. C. Butt & R. Hough: Gold
nuggets: form and composition
- 14. K. Cahill, A. Fitzpatrick & K. Lawrie: Frequency
domain helicopter electromagnetics – reducing the costs
of acquisition for salinity and groundwater mapping
- 15. P.W. Carlile, B.F.W. Croke, A.J.
Jakeman & B.G. Lees:
Development of a
semi-distributed catchment hydrology model for simulation
of land-use change stream-flow and groundwater recharge within
the Little River catchment, NSW
- 16. J.D.A. Clarke: Fan
delta geometry of the Lower Burdekin River system, north Queensland
- 17. J.D.A. Clarke: Influence
of fluvial architecture assumptions in aquifer models: lessons
from the Lower Balonne, southern Queensland
- 18. R.C. Dart, P.D. Wittwer, K.M.
Barovich, D. Chittleborough & S.M.
Hill: Strontium isotopes
as an indicator of the source of calcium for regolith carbonates
- 19. T. Dhu, G. Heinson & J. Joseph:
Viewing the regolith
through different eyes: a new way of interpreting resistivity
- 20. P. English, P. Richardson & M.
airborne electromagnetic data as an adjunct to hydrogeological
- 21. B. Etschmann, C. Ryan, S. Vogt,
J. Maser, C. Harland & J.
X-ray Bragg spectrometry: optimising fluorescence microprobe
sensitivity for precious metals
- 22. D. Fabel: Cosmogenic
burial dating of shallow deposits – a
- 23. A. Fitzpatrick & J.D.A. Clarke:
of geophysics to map salt water intrusion in the Burdekin
- 24. A. Fitzpatrick, J.D.A. Clarke & K.
approach to salinity management in the Lower Balonne, southern
- 25. L. Gibbins, G. Heinson & J.
Joseph: Using complex
conductivity to predict hydrology in the regolith
- 26. D. Gibson: Colluvial
slopes: not necessarily simple regolith-landform units
- 27. D.J. Gray & M. Pirlo: Geochemistry
of groundwaters at Tunkillia: similarities and differences
to Yilgarn Craton groundwaters
- 28. C.J. Grose, D.B. Kidd, R.M. Moreton & S.E.
trends in soil condition: gathering baseline data for developing
targets and supporting informed land management decision
- 29. C. Gunton: Adsorption:
should we care?
- 30. K. Harvey & C.L. Moore: Regolith-landform
mapping: a tool for the strategic management of dryland salinity
- 31. A. Hashemi: HoistEM
data processing for discovery of conductive manganese ore under
- 32. P.J. Heath & N. Direen: Gravity
and magnetic forward modelling of the regolith
- 33. S.M. Hill: Biogeochemical
sampling media for regional- to prospect-scale mineral exploration
in regolith-dominated terrains of the Curnamona Province and
adjacent areas in western NSW and eastern SA
- 34. S.M. Hill, I.C. Roach & J.B.
Field: A collaborative
undergraduate field school for regolith geoscience at Fowlers
Gap, western NSW: 2004 a regolith odyssey
- 35. B. Hou & L.A. Frakes: Tertiary
sea levels and heavy mineral deposition in the eastern Eucla
- 36. R. Hough, C. Phang, M. Norman & R.
Anand: Alunite as
a mineral host in ferricrete from the Enterprise pit, Mount
Gibson gold deposit
- 37. W.Y. Hui, C. Tenailleau, A. Pring & J.
study of the transformation of pentlandite/pyrrhotite to
- 38. K.A. Hulme & S.M. Hill: Seasonal
element variations of Eucalyptus camaldulensis biogeochemistry
and implications for mineral exploration: an example from
Teilta, Curnamona Province, western NSW
- 39. E.B. Joyce: Integrating
soils, regolith and slope dynamics in the study of the terroir
of wine regions in central Victoria, Australia
- 40. J. Keeling: Metal
ion dispersion through transported regolith cover at Moonta,
- 41. J. Keeling, A. Mauger & M.
Raven: Airborne hyperspectral
survey and kimberlite detection in the Terowie district, South
- 42. M. Kehoe, S. Beavis & S. Welch:
role of biotic versus abiotic processes in the generation
of acid sulfate soils in coastal NSW
- 43. K. Khider: Geochemical
dispersion of elements in Byrock-Hermidale groundwaters, Cobar
- 44. S. Kim, G. Heinson & J. Joseph:
exploration: a new geophysical technique
- 45. R. Kriege: Determination
of interfaces within the regolith using near-surface geophysical
and petrographic methods at the Whirling Dervish gold project,
- 46. I. Lau, G.S. Heinson & S.M.
Hill: Explanatory notes
for the 1:30,000 regolith-landform map of White Dam, Olary
Domain, South Australia
- 47. K. Lawrie, J. Wilford, D. Gibson,
C. Pain, L. Roberts, J. Coram, L. Halas, H. Apps, A. Fitzpatrick,
K.P. Tan, C. Sorensen, J. James & S. Tate: Regolith
constraints on modelling salt movements in upland landscapes
in the Murray-Darling Basin
- 48. K. Lawrie & M. Williams: Improving
salinity hazard predictions by factoring in a range of human
impacts in the context of climate change
- 49. M. Lech, P. de Caritat, S. Jaireth & J.
Pyke: Preliminary geohealth
implications of the Riverina geochemical survey
- 50. M.J. Lenahan, D.M. Kirste, D.C.
McPhail & L.K.
controls of variable regolith materials on the distribution,
mobility and age of salts: Barmedman Creek catchment, NSW
- 51. J.A. Leonard & J.B. Field:
of cations in the regolith and vegetation
- 52. M.J. Lintern, M.J. Sheard & G.
Gouthas: Key findings
from the South Australian regolith project
- 53. D.A. Little, J.B. Field & S.A.
Welch: The life and
times of tree roots: elemental dynamics in the rhizosphere
of co-occurring trees in a mixed-species dry sclerophyll
- 54. X. Luo, Z. Taofa & B. Hou:
extraction method (CHIM) in exploration for concealed ore deposits
- 55. A.J. Mauger, J.F. Huntington & J.L.
Keeling: Mineral mapping
and spectral logging of the Gawler Craton
- 56. L.B. McEntegart & A. Schmidt
mobility within dune systems on the Barns prospect, Wudinna,
South Australia: a partial extraction approach
- 57. K.G. McQueen, D.C. Munro, D. Gray & M.
Le Gleuher: Weathering-controlled
fractionation of ore and pathfinder elements part II: the
lag story unfolds
- 58. A. Mee, D.M. McKirdy, E.S. Krull & M.A.J.
analysis of organic-rich lacustrine sediments as a tool for
reconstructing Holocene environmental conditions along the
Coorong coastal plain, southeastern Australia
- 59. D.C. Munro: Geochemical
dispersion in the regolith of the CSA area, Cobar, New South
- 60. R.R.P. Noble: Removing
bias from geochemical interpretation: the application of hypergeometric
- 61. A. Petts & S.M. Hill: Relating
surficial regolith-landform attributes to 3D regolith architecture:
preliminary thoughts and concepts
- 62. B. Pewkliang, A. Pring & J.
of fossil bone and wood: clues to the formation of precious
- 63. K. Pfeiffer, N.G. Direen & M.
under regolith cover, and the problem of remanent magnetism:
an example from the Tanami Au province
- 64. C. Phang, J. Wildman & R.R. Anand: Post-depositional
weathering features and processes in sediments – based
on selected sites in Australia
- 65. B. Pillans: Talking
about time: the geological time scale 2004
- 66. B. Pillans: Tektites
as chronostratigraphic markers in Australian regolith
- 67. T.J. Raggatt & S.M. Hill:
within Herrmanns Catchment, Mount Lofty Ranges, SA
- 68. T.J. Raggatt, M. Lewis & R.W.
discrimination of soil and regolith attributes within Herrmanns
Catchment, Mount Lofty Ranges, SA
- 69. F. Reith & S.L. Rogers: Gold
flakes and the art of molecular bioscience
- 70. E. Rhodes, V. Farwig, J. Chappell & B.
of single quartz grains to determine past movement and heating
- 71. E. Rhodes. K. Fitzsimmons, J.
Magee, J. Chappell, G. Miller & N.
Spooner: The history
of aridity in Australia: preliminary chronological data
- 72. A.L. Riesz & D. Kirste: The
origin and mobilisation of salt in the Upper Hovells Creek
- 73. I.C. Roach: Results
of a preliminary biogeochemical survey of the Wyoming Au deposit,
- 74. B.P. Ruxton: Contrasting
regolith structures: hydroplastic undulations or fluidised
piercement giving megalobes
- 75. A. Schmidt Mumm & F. Reith:
of calcrete forming processes
- 76. M.J. Sheard & I.D.M. Robertson:
and geochemistry as aids to mineral exploration in the Harris
Greenstone Belt, central Gawler Craton, South Australia
- 77. M.L. Smith, S. Eggins & G.
Mortimer: A lead isotope
study of anatase in silcrete
- 78. M.S. Smith, D.M. Kirste & D.C.
of alkaline-saline soils on the western slopes of northern
New South Wales
- 79. P. Somerville, S. Beavis & S.
and temporal variability of acidity at a coastal acid sulfate
- 80. P. Somerville, R. Greene, S. Beavis,
I. White & S. Welch:
of mineral weathering to stream salinity in the Boorowa River,
New South Wales
- 81. K. Tan, T. Munday, D. Gibson & H.
Apps: The relationships
amongst soil moisture content, pore water salinity, texture
and apparent electrical conductivity: evidence from the Riverland
and Tintinara airborne EM projects
- 82. G. Taylor & R.A. Eggleton: "Little
the origin of the Weipa bauxite
- 83. M. Thomas, R.W. Fitzpatrick & G.S
prediction of salt-affected soils in an area of complex soil
patterns in South Australia
- 84. M. Thomas: Biogeochemical
data ranges from Tunkillia Prospect, central Gawler Craton,
- 85. K.M. Tomkins, G.S. Humphreys,
R.A. Shakesby, S.H. Doerr, W.H. Blake & P. Wallbrink: Mass
movement events in the south-west Sydney Basin during the Holocene
- 86. M.L. Turner, C.H. Arns, A. Sakellariou,
T.J. Senden, A.P. Sheppard, R.M. Sok, A. Limaye & M.A. Knackstedt:
Obtaining hydraulic properties of unconsolidated porous material
- 87. L.N. Tylkowski, D. Chittleborough & K.M.
Barovich: Origin and genesis of calcrete in the Murray Basin
- 88. V. Waclawik & S. Lang: Geomorphometry
of the Umbum Creek catchment, western Lake Eyre, central Australia
- 89. L.J. Wallace, S.A. Welch, S. Beavis & D.C.
McPhail: Trace metal partitioning in acid sulfate soils,
Mayes Swamp, Kempsey, NSW
- 90. S. Welch, S. Beavis & P. Somerville:
Biogeochemistry at Lake Tyrell
- 91. D. White, D.C. McPhail & D.
Lawie: Fractionation of Zn and Cd in soils proximal and distal
to sulphide mineralisation
- 92. M. Whitford: Geophysical properties
of the regolith near the Victory Gold Mine, Kambalda, Western
- 93. B. Williams & J. Walker: Spatial
variability in hydrological properties at the paddock scale
using EM surveys
- 94. P.D. Wittwer, K.M. Barovich & S.M.
Hill: Geology and geochemistry of regolith carbonate accumulations
of the southwestern Curnamona Province, SA: implications
for mineral exploration
- 95. V.N.L. Wong, R.S.B. Greene, B.W.
Murphy, R. Dalal & S.
Mann: Carbon dynamics in salt-affected soils
- 96. T. Woolrych, K.G. McQueen & I.C.
Roach: Regolith-landforms of the Cobar gold field and geochemical
dispersion at the Illewong prospect
- 97. M. Worthy & R.J. Wasson: Fire
as an agent of geomorphic change in southeastern Australia:
implications for water quality in the Australian Capital Territory
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