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3-Dec-2009Groundwater residence time in the Kulnura-Mangrove Mountain Plateau (Gosford, NSW, Australia)Cendón, DI; Hankin, SI; Williams, JP; Dimovski, C; Meredith, KT; Hughes, CE; Hollins, SE
Jan-2012Modelling evaporative losses from the Darling River during drought using δ2H and δ18OHughes, CE; Hollins, SE; Crawford, J; Meredith, KT; Cendón, DI
19-Nov-2012Modelling evaporative losses from the Darling River during drought using δ2H and δ18OHughes, CE; Hollins, SE; Crawford, J; Meredith, KT; Cendón, DI
27-Aug-2006Stable isotope tracing of water exchange along a dryland riverGibson, JJ; Sadek, MA; Stone, DJM; Hughes, CE; Hankin, SI; Cendón, DI; Hollins, SE
22-Apr-2009The effect of saline groundwater exchange, evaporation and variable river flows and on stable isotopes (18O and 2H) and major ion concentrations along the Darling River, NSW, AustraliaMeredith, KT; Hughes, CE; Hollins, SE; Cendón, DI; Hankin, SI
24-Nov-2019The canary or the coalmine? Isotopic evidence of drying climate versus groundwater outflow as the cause for recent losses from Thirlmere Lakes, NSWPeterson, MA; Cendón, DI; Hughes, CE; Crawford, J; Hankin, SI; Krogh, M; Cowley, KL; Cohen, TJ; Andersen, MS; Anibas, C; Glamore, W; Chen, SY; Timms, W; McMillan, T
22-Aug-2006Stable isotope tracing of water exchange along a dryland riverGibson, JJ; Sadek, MA; Stone, DJM; Hughes, CE; Hankin, SI; Cendón, DI; Hollins, SE
13-Dec-2006An isotopic approach to hydrological mass balance in the Nattai river catchment (SE, NSW), 2. Rain, groundwater and stream sulfate 35S, δ34S, δ18O, Δ17O.Waring, CL; Lee, G; Collins, E; Hankin, SI; Cendón, DI
3-Nov-2015Solute and evaporation gradients formed by episodic river recharge over-time in a dryland aquiferMeredith, KT; Hollins, SE; Hughes, CE; Cendón, DI; Griffiths, AD
12-Jul-2017Accumulative evidence highlighting that the Narrabri and Gunnedah formations are mythicalKelly, BFJ; Cendón, DI; Iverach, CP; Harris, SJ; Hankin, SI