ANSTO Publications Online
Welcome to the ANSTO Institutional Repository.
The APO database has been migrated to version 6.3. The functionality has changed, but the content remains the same.
ANSTO Publications Online is a digital repository for publications authored by ANSTO staff since 2007. The Repository also contains ANSTO Publications, such as Reports and Promotional Material. Publications prior to 2007 will be added progressively.
APO is used around the world. Between April 2010 and August 2020 - 9,395,180 items have been viewed in APO. During the same period 566,816 searches have been performed on APO. In July 2020 there were 141,941 items viewed in APO, and there were 807 searches undertaken. The most used item with the database with 11,251 views, at the time of writing, was Understanding climate proxies in southwest-Australian speleothems. (Treble, PC et al)(10238/1696). The second most viewed item is the 1973 document SPLINS and Smooth: two Fortran smoothing routines. (Barry, JM) (10238/444). Still in third place - The use of a radioactive tracer (iodine-131) in the investigation of a power station cooling pond at Maitland, N.S.W., which was published in September 1958. (10238/185).
Publishers are reporting researchers are linking direct from the DOI shown in APO to full text articles on the publisher website. The APO database is currently being cleaned and validated with many changes. In addition authors are being brought together under one official name to facilitate a single view. New items are being added as part of the validation and cleanup of the database. In addition where possible Bitstreams are being added to the database to allow viewing of an item without following links. Notes are also being added to identify where hardcopy is available in the ANSTO Library.
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Contains material published by ANSTO
ANSTO authored books and book chapters
ANSTO authored conference papers, presentations, posters and abstracts
ANSTO authored journal articles
Thesis completed by ANSTO staff and students