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Tibby, J., Haynes, D., Gibbs, M., Mosley, L., Bourman, R.P., and Fluin, J. (2022) The terminal lakes of the Murray River, Australia, were predominantly fresh before large-scale upstream water abstraction: Evidence from sedimentary diatoms and hydrodynamical modelling. Science of The Total Environment, 155225. 


 


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