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Journal Article

Lohr, Stefan, Preda, Micaela, Hodgkinson, Jane, Cox, Malcolm, & Fraser, S (2010) Iron occurrence in soils and sediments of a coastal catchment: A multivariate approach using self organising maps. Geoderma, 156(3-4), pp. 253-266.
Number of citations in Scopus 9
Number of citations in Web of Science® 8

Cox, Malcolm, Hammond, Andrew, Preda, Micaela, & Wang, Qing (2008) Deep weathering profile and groundwater characteristics within a low-lying coastal pine plantation, southern Queensland - relationship to water-logging and salinisation. Australian Forestry Journal, 71(2), pp. 122-134.
Number of citations in Scopus 2
Number of citations in Web of Science® 3

Brooke, Brendan, Cox, Malcolm, Lee, Roland, Olley, Jon, Pietsch, Tim, Preda, Micaela, et al. (2008) Development, composition and age of indurated sand layers in the late quaternary coastal deposits of northern Moreton Bay, Queensland. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 55(2), pp. 139-155.
Number of citations in Scopus 4
Number of citations in Web of Science® 3

Preda, Micaela, Bubb, Kenneth, & Cox, Malcolm (2007) GIS-based Tools for Management of Pine Plantations, Queensland, Australia. Australian Forestry, 70(1), pp. 61-69.

Wang, Qing, Preda, Micaela, Cox, Malcolm, & Bubb, Ken (2007) Spatial Model of Site Index based on -ray Spectrometry and a Digital Elevation Model for Two Pinus Species in Tuan Toolara State Forest, Queensland, Australia. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 37(11), pp. 2299-2312.
Number of citations in Scopus 3
Number of citations in Web of Science® 2

McNeil, Vivienne H., Cox, Malcolm E., & Preda, Micaela (2005) Assessment of chemical water types and their spatial variation using multi-stage cluster analysis, Queensland, Australia. Journal of Hydrology, 310(1-4), 181 -200.
Number of citations in Scopus 38
Number of citations in Web of Science® 35

Liaghati, Tania, Cox, Malcolm E., & Preda, Micaela (2005) Distribution of Fe in waters and bottom sediments of a small estuarine catchment, Pumicestone Region, southeast Queensland, Australia. Science of The Total Environment, 336(1-3), pp. 243-254.
Number of full-text downloads 320
Number of citations in Scopus 1
Number of citations in Web of Science® 1

Preda, Micaela & Cox, Malcolm E. (2004) Temporal variations of mineral character of acid-producing pyritic coastal sediments, Southeast Queensland, Australia. Science of The Total Environment, 326(1-3), pp. 257-269.
Number of citations in Scopus 8
Number of citations in Web of Science® 9

Cox, Malcolm, Liaghati, Tania, & Preda, Micaela (2003) Heavy Metal Distribution and Controlling Factors Within Coastal Plain Sediments, Bells Creek Catchment, Southeast Queensland, Australia. Environment International, 29, pp. 935-948.

Cox, Malcolm & Preda, Micaela (2003) Trace Metal Distribution and Relation to Marine Sediment Mineralogy, Gulf of Carpentaria, Northern Australia. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 46(12), pp. 1622-1629.
Number of citations in Scopus 9
Number of citations in Web of Science® 3

Preda, Micaela & Cox, Malcolm E. (2002) Trace metal occurrence and distribution in sediments and mangroves, Pumicestone region, southeast Queensland, Australia. Environment International, 28(5), pp. 433-449.
Number of citations in Scopus 60
Number of citations in Web of Science® 41

Cox, Malcolm & Preda, Micaela (2001) Trace Metals in Acid Sediments and Waters, Pimpama Catchment, Southeast Queensland, Australia. Environmental Geology, pp. 755-768.
Number of citations in Scopus 17
Number of citations in Web of Science® 14

Conference Paper

Lohr, Stefan, Preda, Micaela, & Cox, Malcolm (2010) Genesis of ferruginous concretions in a ferric soil and implications for past and present iron mobility. In Gilkes, R & Prakongkep, N (Eds.) Soil Solutions for a Changing World: proceedings of the 19th World Congress of Soil Science, 1-6 August 2010, Australia.

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