Biogeochemical responses to holocene catchment-lake dynamics in the Tasmanian World Heritage Area, Australia
First human impacts and responses of aquatic systems : A review of palaeolimnological records from around the world
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Management to insulate ecosystem services from the effects of catchment development
Past and future ecosystem change in the coastal zone
Blooms of cyanobacteria in a temperate Australian lagoon system post and prior to European settlement
The minimum number of valves for diatoms identification in Rawapening Lake, Central Java
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