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Minko, G. (George) Stephens, L. A. Forests Commission, Victoria. Research Branch.
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1984
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Minko, G. (George) Stephens, L. A. Forests Commission, Victoria. Research Branch.
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1984
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Minko, G. (George) Stephens, L. A. Victoria. State Forests and Lands Service. Victoria. Department of Conservation, Forests and Lands. Research Branch.
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1985
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Newsome, A. E. Corbett, L. K. Stephens, D. R.
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1972
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Pullman, A. L. (Allan L.) Stephens, P. C. (Paul C.) Ninnes, B. A. South Australia. Livestock Branch.
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1974
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Minko, G. (George) Stephens, L. A. Forests Commission, Victoria. Research Branch.
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1984
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Minko, G. (George) Beasley, R. S. Stephens, L. A. Forests Commission, Victoria. Research Branch.
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1980
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Stephens, C. G. (Charles George) Crocker, R. L. Butler, B. Smith, R. Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (Australia)
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1941
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Victoria. State Coroner's Office. Ellis, Anthony Russell.
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1983
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Minko, G. (George) Stephens, L. A. Victoria. Public Land Management and Forests Division.
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1986
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Minko, G. (George) Kassaby, F. Y. Stephens, L. A. Brash, R. Forests Commission, Victoria. Research Branch.
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1984
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Langford, Chris. Goddard, M. E. (Michael E.) King, R. H. (Raymond Hugh), 1951- Stephens, L. A. Victorian Institute of Animal Science.
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1997
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Stephens, L.
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1992
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Gruneberg, Stephen L., author.
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Electronic Resources
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2019
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Gray, S. L. Petawawa National Forestry Institute.
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1995
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Crosa, Jorge H.
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1983
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Williams, Stephen L. Laubach, René. Genoways, Hugh H.
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1977
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Walker, Terence I. Moulton, P. L. Dow, N. G. Saddlier, Stephen R. Knuckey, Ian A.
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1987
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Ellison, S. L. R. Farrant, Trevor J. Barwick, Vicki. Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain)
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2009
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Abraham, L. A. (Louis Arnold), author. Hawtrey, S. C. (Stephen Charles), author.
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1956
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Hayes, Gregory. Ferguson, Dianne L. Dimsey, Robert, 1955- Subramaniam, Siva. Top, Murat.
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2002
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Clark, Susan G., 1942- Wallace, Richard L. Kellert, Stephen R. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales.
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1995
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Lumsden, L. F. Alexander, J. S. A. (Jerrold Stephen Aubrey) Hill, F. A. R. Krasna, S. P. Silveira, C. E.
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1991
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Donovan, Dennis M. (Dennis Michael), editor. Marlatt, G. Alan, editor.
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Regular print
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"Now in an extensively revised and updated second edition, this comprehensive work is grounded in cutting-edge knowledge about the biopsychosocial processes involved in addictive behaviors. Presented are research-based strategies for assessing the treatment needs and ongoing clinical outcomes of individuals who have problems with substance use and nonchemical addictions. Detailing which measures to use - and when, why, and how to use them - this is a timely and eminently practical resource for practitioners and students." "From leading contributors, the book shows how to interweave assessment through the entire process of care, from the initial screening to intervention, relapse prevention, and posttreatment monitoring. Each clearly organized chapter provides a general overview of assessment issues for the substance or behavior at hand, as well as information about specific, empirically supported procedures."--BOOK JACKET.
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2005
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Rye, Barbara L. Hopper, Stephen D. Braganca, Luisa F. S. de. Western Australia. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife.
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1981
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Kessell, S. L. (Stephen Lackey), 1897-1979. Western Australia. Forests Department. British Empire Forestry Conference (3rd : 1928 : Australia and New Zealand)
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1928
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Thrower, S. J. (Stephen J.) Jeebhay, M. F. (Mohamed F.) Lopata, A. L. (Andreas L.)
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2004
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Smithers, C. N. (Courtenay Neville), 1925-2011. Wells, A. Barker, Stephen Charles. Palma, R. L. (Ricardo Luis). Mound, L. A. (Laurence Alfred).
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1996
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Holmberg, Johan. Timberlake, Lloyd. Bass, Stephen, 1958- Bass, S. Timberlake, L.
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1991
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Buckley, R. W. Faul, D. J. Geological Survey of Victoria
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(Report Summary -- Report Summary ) The Trafalga sand resource investigation is part of the Geological Survey of Victoria's ongoing strategy to identify large sand resources with the capacity to provide the Melbourne Supply Area with construction sand into the 21st century. Currently identified sand resources secured under extractive industry title have the capacity to supply Melbourne in the short to medium term only. Additional sand supplies are available at Grantville, Lang Lang, Latrobe Valley and Anglesea. However, alternative land uses in these areas may restrict future access to the sand resources. Surface geological mapping suggested the Trafalga area, 115 km east of Melbourne, may have potential to coantain sand resources. A conductivity survey was conducted to identify prospective areas were further investigated by drilling. The study area selected for drilling consisted of sand and gravels of the Haunted Hills Formation of Tertiary age. It covers privately owned land situated 6-16 km north of Trafalgar. The area investigated is approximately 50 km2 with a maximum north-south extent of 10 km and an east-west extent of 7 km. Continuous solid auger drilling was conducted by a trailer mounted Gemco 210B drilling rig. Bore holes were located 500m apart on a NW-SE orientated grid. From December 1992 to October 1993, 188 boresholes totalling 2920 m, with an average depth of 15.5 m. Each bore hole was logged on site by a geologist and representative samples washed and sieved in the Department's laboratory. The weighted averages of the sieve results for the total sand intersection for each borehole were computer modelled and colour images produced. Results indicate that a sand rosource of around 500 Mt occurs in the north and west of the study area. This investigation has established that the Trafalgar area has the potential for development as a sand supply region of state significance to the Melbourne area in the medium to long term. (Conclusions -- Report Conclusions ) 1. Drilling north of Trafalag has outlined a total, geological indicated concrete sand resource of 500 Mt, in an area of 31 km2. Within this total resource, the most prospective regions have an indicated concrete sand resource of almost 200 Mt within an area of 850 ha. This is a reseource of state significance. 2. Assuming a cost of $12/tonne for washed concrete sand, ex quarry, the Geological Survey has outlined a resource with an ex quarry value of the order of $6 billion. The cost to Government of this investigation was $120,000. (The $6 billion is not a nett value, as costs such as land purchase, royalties, capital and operating costs would be incurred by any sand extraction operations.) 3. While this study has concentrated on sources of sand suitable for use as concrete fine aggregate (concrete sand), the resource delineated may have other possible uses such as road pavement material. 4. The Extractive Industry Interest Area as outlined in Buckley et al. (1993) covering the area north of Darnum - Trafalgar should be reduced to cover the prospective areas outlined in this report as well as the undrilled, but still moderatedly prospective region between Shady Creek and Darnum. 5. Depending on the results of the ongoing Environment and Natural Resources Committee of Parliament Inquiry into Extractive Industry in Victoria, the concept of Extractive Industry Interest Areas should be incorporated into the stratigic planning process at state and local levels. This will provide some degree of planning protection for the identified sand resource. 6. The Department should, in conjunction with the Shire of Narracan, the Department of Planning and Development, and local community groups, formulate a strategy that: -recognizes the stratigic importance of this area as a future source of sand for the Melbourne metropolitan market; -ensures that land use in the area does not conflict with sand extraction; and -provides long term planning protection to the sand resource.
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1994
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Turner, L. A. (Lucille A.), 1959- Mueck, S. G. (Stephen G.) Value Adding and Silvicultural Systems Program (Vic.) Silvicultural Systems Project (Vic.) Victoria. Flora Branch.
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1992
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Kessell, S. L. (Stephen Lackey), 1897-1979. Gardner, C. A. (Charles Austin), 1896-1970. Western Australia. Forests Department.
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1924
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Farazmand, Ali, editor of compilation.
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Books
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2014
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Buckley, R. W Guerin, B Inan, K
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Publication Date(s) 
1993
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