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 Browse by Socio-Economic Objective (1998) The SEO Classification allows R&D data to be classified according to the researcher's perceived purpose. The purpose categories take account of processes, products, health, education and other social and environmental aspects of particular interest. -> Division 4 - Environment -> 770000 - Environmental Management -> 770500 Urban and Industrial Environment -> 770507 Industrial/degraded areas :

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Doley, D (2006) Airborne particulates and vegetation: Review of physical interactions. Clean Air and Environmental Quality, 40 2: 36-42. 184  
Corder, G. D., van Beers, D., Lay, J. and Van Berkel, R. (2006). Benefits and success factors of regional resource syngergies in Gladstone and Kwinana. In: Joe Herbertson, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Sustainable Processing of Minerals and Metals: Green Processing 2006. Green Processing 2006: Third International Conference on Sustainable Processing of Minerals and Metals, Newcastle, NSW, Australia, (83-92). 5-6 June 2006. 107  
Bellairs, S. M. (1999). Direct seeding as a tool for native vegetation establishment. In: Transport Corridor Management Conference Proceedings. Transport Corridor Management Conference, Brisbane/Ipswich, (71-76). November 1999. 35  
Chaston, K. and Doley, D (2006) Mineral particulates and vegetation: Effects of coal dust, overburden and flyash on light interception and leaf temperature. Clean Air and Environmental Quality, 40 1: 40-44. 215