Marsh, H. (Helene) (1945-)

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Marsh, H. (1945-)
Marsh, Helene
Marsh, Helene (1945-)
Marsh, Helene Denise
Marsh, Helene Denise (1945-)
Field of activity
Zoologist; Conservation; Marine; Ecology; Mammals; Dugong; Dolphin; Indigenous
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Helene Marsh has been Professor of Zoology (Personal Chair) and Director of Environmental Studies, James Cook University of North Queensland 1991-1994, Professor of Environmental Science and Head, Department of Tropical Environment Studies and Geography 1994-date and Dean, Postgraduate Studies 2000-date. Her major research has been on the biology of dugongs.

  • Career position - Demonstrator in Zoology at the University of Queensland
  • Career position - Experimental Officer in Animal Health at the CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) Pastoral Research Laboratory in Townsville, Queensland
  • Education - Bachelor of Science with Honours (BSc (Hons)) completed at the University of Queensland
  • Education - Graduate student at James Cook University
  • Education - Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) completed at James Cook University, Queensland
  • Career position - Honorary Research Associate at the British Museum (Natural History)
  • Career position - Research Officer (fractional appointment) in Zoology at James Cook University (funded by Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service)
  • Career position - Research Fellow (fractional appointment) in Zoology at James Cook University (funded by Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service)
  • Career position - Research Fellow (full-time) in Zoology at James Cook University (funded by MSTGS and Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Association)
  • Career position - Chair of the Sirenia Special Survival Commission of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature
  • Career position - Research Fellow (full-time) in Zoology at James Cook University (funded by James Cook University)
  • Career position - Senior Lecturer in Zoology and Co-ordinator MSc program in Tropical Ecology at James Cook University
  • Career position - Chairman of the Great Barrier Reef Consultative Committee
  • Career position - Associate Professor in Zoology at James Cook University
  • Career position - Chairman of the Queensland Marine Parks Consultative Committee
  • Career position - Professor of Zoology (Personal Chair) and Director of Environmental Studies at James Cook University
  • Career position - Professor of Environmental Science and Head of the Department of Tropical Environment Studies and Geography at James Cook University
  • Career position - President of the Australian Mammal Society
  • Career position - Dean of Postgraduate Studies at James Cook University

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Selected resources (142)

Encyclopedia of Australian Science

  1. Marsh, Helene Denise
    Published: The University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre
    Series: Encyclopedia of Australian Science
  2. Interview with Professor Helene Marsh
    Tyndale-Biscoe, Hugh
    Published: Australian Academy of Science, 2002
    Series: Interviews with Australian scientists
  3. Where are the Women in Australian Science?
    McCarthy, Gavan; Morgan, Helen; Smith, Ailie; van den Bosch, Alan
    Published: Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre, 2003
  4. Who's Who in Australia 2002
    Herd, Margaret
    Published: Crown Content, Melbourne, 2001

ORCID

  1. Researcher Profile at ORCID
    http://orcid.org/0000-0003-3492-4992
  2. A decision framework for prioritizing multiple management actions for threatened marine megafauna
    [2015]
  3. Evaluating the potential disturbance from dolphin watching in Lovina, north Bali, Indonesia
    [2015]
  4. Improving in-water estimates of marine turtle abundance by adjusting aerial survey counts for perception and availability biases
    [2015]
  5. Is acoustic tracking appropriate for air-breathing marine animals? Dugongs as a case study
    [2015]
  6. Mapping seagrass cost-effectively in the Coral Triangle: Sabah, Malaysia as a case study
    [2015]
  7. Spatial mismatch between marine protected areas and dugongs in New Caledonia
    [2015]
  8. Adaptive management of marine mega-fauna in a changing climate
    [2014]
  9. Discriminating between the vocalizations of Indo-Pacific humpback and Australian snubfin dolphins in Queensland, Australia
    [2014]
  10. False killer whales (Pseudorca crassidens) from Japan and South Africa: Differences in growth and reproduction
    [2014]
  11. Improving population estimates by quantifying diving and surfacing patterns: A dugong example
    [2014]
  12. Local assessments of marine mammals in cross-cultural environments
    [2014]
  13. Pleistocene sea level fluctuations and the phylogeography of the dugong in Australian waters
    [2014]
  14. Positive interactions between Irrawaddy dolphins and artisanal fishers in the Chilika Lagoon of Eastern India are driven by ecology, socioeconomics, and culture
    [2014]
  15. Satellite tracking of sympatric marine megafauna can inform the biological basis for species co-management
    [2014]
  16. Acoustic alarms elicit only subtle responses in the behaviour of tropical coastal dolphins in Queensland, Australia
    [2013]
  17. Adapting dugong catching techniques to different cultural and environmental settings
    [2013]
  18. Bridging Knowledges: Understanding and Applying Indigenous and Western Scientific Knowledge for Marine Wildlife Management
    [2013]
  19. Guiding principles for the improved governance of port and shipping impacts in the Great Barrier Reef
    [2013]
  20. Likely future extirpation of another Asian river dolphin: The critically endangered population of the Irrawaddy dolphin in the Mekong River is small and declining
    [2013]
  21. The human dimensions of wildlife tourism in a developing country: Watching spinner dolphins at Lovina, Bali, Indonesia
    [2013]
  22. Cetacean-watching in developing countries: A case study from the Mekong river
    [2012]
  23. Foreword
    [2012]
  24. Guidelines for developing protected areas for Sirenians
    [2012]
  25. Knowledge exchange and policy influence in a marine resource governance network
    [2012]
  26. The economic influence of community-based dolphin watching on a local economy in a developing country: Implications for conservation
    [2012]
  27. The role of Sirenians in aquatic ecosystems
    [2012]
  28. Thermal biology of sea snakes and sea kraits
    [2012]
  29. A broad-scale assessment of the risk to coastal seagrasses from cumulative threats
    [2011]
  30. Abundance estimates of Irrawaddy dolphins in Chilika Lagoon, India, using photo-identification based mark-recapture methods
    [2011]
  31. Attraction of dwarf minke whales Balaenoptera acutorostrata to vessels and swimmers in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area - The management challenges of an inquisitive whale
    [2011]
  32. Informing species conservation at multiple scales using data collected for marine mammal stock assessments
    [2011]
  33. Minimizing errors in the analysis of dive recordings from shallow-diving animals
    [2011]
  34. Using canopy bridges to link habitat for arboreal mammals: Successful trials in the Wet Tropics of Queensland
    [2011]
  35. Adaptive management of the Great Barrier Reef: A globally significant demonstration of the benefits of networks of marine reserves
    [2010]
  36. Dugong habitat use in relation to seagrass nutrients, tides, and diel cycles
    [2010]
  37. Exploring discourses in environmental decision making: An indigenous hunting case study
    [2010]
  38. Using parallel regional-and local-scale initiatives to inform conservation management of rare wildlife: A case study of the dugong Dugong dugon in Sabah, Malaysia
    [2010]
  39. A process to design a network of marine no-take areas: Lessons from the Great Barrier Reef
    [2009]
  40. Climate and maternal effects modify sex ratios in a weakly dimorphic marsupial
    [2009]
  41. Conserving Dolphins in the Mekong River. The Complex Challenge of Competing Interests
    [2009]
  42. Dugong: Dugong dugon
    [2009]
  43. Effects of tidal and diel cycles on dugong habitat use
    [2009]
  44. Marine mammal conservation
    [2009]
  45. A spatial assessment of the risk to a mobile marine mammal from bycatch
    [2008]
  46. Australia
    [2008]
  47. Distribution and abundance of the dugong in New Caledonia, southwest Pacific
    [2008]
  48. Exploiting marine wildlife in Queensland: The commercial dugong and marine turtle fisheries, 1847-1969
    [2008]
  49. Incorporating dugong habitats into the marine protected area design for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, Queensland, Australia
    [2008]
  50. Rapid assessment of risks to a mobile marine mammal in an ecosystem-scale marine protected area
    [2008]
  51. Reconstructing reefs: Qualitative research and the environmental history of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
    [2008]
  52. Temporal variability in the life history and reproductive biology of female dugongs in Torres Strait: The likely role of sea grass dieback
    [2008]
  53. Distribution of two species of sea snakes, Aipysurus laevis and Emydocephalus annulatus, in the southern Great Barrier Reef: Metapopulation dynamics, marine protected areas and conservation
    [2007]
  54. Importance of canopy connectivity for home range and movements of the rainforest arboreal ringtail possum (Hemibelideus lemuroides)
    [2007]
  55. Is attempting to change marine mammal behaviour a generic solution to the bycatch problem? A dugong case study
    [2007]
  56. Optimizing allocation of management resources for wildlife
    [2007]
  57. Phylogeography of the olive sea snake, Aipysurus laevis (Hydrophiinae) indicates Pleistocene range expansion around northern Australia but low contemporary gene flow
    [2007]
  58. Prioritising areas for dugong conservation in a marine protected area using a spatially explicit population model
    [2007]
  59. Progress Towards the Cooperative Management of Marine Hunting in the Great Barrier Reef
    [2007]
  60. Response of dugongs to boat traffic: The risk of disturbance and displacement
    [2007]
  61. Seagrass as pasture for seacows: Landscape-level dugong habitat evaluation
    [2007]
  62. Corneal avascularity is due to soluble VEGF receptor-1
    [2006]
  63. Dugong grazing and turtle cropping: Grazing optimization in tropical seagrass systems?
    [2006]
  64. Estimating animal abundance in heterogeneous environments: An application to aerial surveys for dugongs
    [2006]
  65. Factors influencing the sustainability of customary dugong hunting by a remote indigenous community
    [2006]
  66. Local processes strongly influence post-bleaching benthic recovery in the Lakshadweep Islands
    [2006]
  67. Movement heterogeneity of dugongs, Dugong dugon (Müller), over large spatial scales
    [2006]
  68. Near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy is a rapid, cost-effective predictor of seagrass nutrients
    [2006]
  69. Population sizes, site fidelity and residence patterns of Australian snubfin and Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins: Implications for conservation
    [2006]
  70. Benthic recovery four years after an El Niño-induced coral mass mortality in the Lakshadweep atolls
    [2005]
  71. Erratum: Diving behaviour of dugongs, Dugong dugon (Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (2004) 304 (203-224) DOI: 10.1016/j.jembe.2003.12. 010)
    [2005]
  72. Establishing representative no-take areas in the great barrier reef: Large-scale implementation of theory on marine protected areas
    [2005]
  73. Historical marine population estimates: Triggers or targets for conservation? The dugong case study
    [2005]
  74. Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia: An example of the co-existence of significant marine mammal populations and large-scale coastal development
    [2005]
  75. Selectivity in vector management: An investigation of the effectiveness of measures used to prevent transport of non-indigenous species
    [2005]
  76. Traditional use of marine resources agreements and dugong hunting in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area
    [2005]
  77. Variation in biogeochemical parameters across intertidal seagrass meadows in the central Great Barrier Reef region
    [2005]
  78. Aerial surveys and the potential biological removal technique indicate that the Torres Strait dugong fishery is unsustainable
    [2004]
  79. Diving behaviour of dugongs, Dugong dugon
    [2004]
  80. Occurrence and conservation of the Dugong (Sirenia: Dugongidae) in New South Wales
    [2004]
  81. Provisioning by tourists affects the behaviour but not the body condition of Mareeba rock-wallabies (Petrogale mareeba)
    [2004]
  82. The role of ethics in experimental marine biology and ecology
    [2004]
  83. Unsustainable harvest of dugongs in Torres Strait and Cape York (Australia) waters: Two case studies using population viability analysis
    [2004]
  84. Distribution of Irrawaddy dolphins, Orcaella brevirostris, in Australian waters
    [2002]
  85. Spatial scale, species diversity, and habitat structure: Small mammals in Australian tropical rain forest
    [2002]
  86. Testing the sediment-trapping paradigm of seagrass: Do seagrasses influence nutrient status and sediment structure in tropical intertidal environments?
    [2002]
  87. Ecological correlates of folivore abundance in north Queensland rainforests
    [2001]
  88. Evaluating management initiatives aimed at reducing the mortality of dugongs in gill and mesh nets in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area
    [2000]
  89. Impact of Dugong grazing and turtle cropping on tropical seagrass communities
    [2000]
  90. A conservation strategy for dugongs: Implications of Australian research
    [1999]
  91. Beware flying mud!
    [1999]
  92. Comparison of the capabilities of dugongs and West Indian manatees to masticate seagrasses
    [1999]
  93. Ethics of Field Research: Do Journals Set the Standard?
    [1999]
  94. Impact of Dugong grazing and turtle cropping on tropical seagrass communities
    [1999]
  95. Changes in small mammal assemblage structure across a rain forest/open forest ecotone
    [1998]
  96. Enhancement of reproductive success through mate choice in a social rock-wallaby, Petrogale assimilis (Macropodidae) as revealed by microsatellite markers
    [1998]
  97. Distribution and abundance of Dugongs, Turtles, Dolphins and other Megafauna in Shark Bay, Ningaloo Reef and Exmouth Gulf, Western Australia
    [1997]
  98. Fragmentation of a small-mammal community by a powerline corridor through tropical rainforest
    [1997]
  99. High levels of genetic variability in an isolated colony of rock-wallabies (Petrogale assimilis): Evidence from three classes of molecular markers
    [1997]
  100. Seasonal reproduction in musky rat-kangaroos, Hypsiprymnodon moschatus: A response to changes in resource availability
    [1997]
  101. The sustainability of the indigenous dugong fishery in Torres Strait, Australia/Papua New Guinea
    [1997]
  102. Marine mammal faeces as a source of DNA.
    [1996]
  103. Milk composition and production in free-living allied rock-wallabies, Petrogale assimilis
    [1996]
  104. Can dugongs survive in Palau?
    [1995]
  105. Digesta passage times in the dugong
    [1995]
  106. Estimating the age of wild rock-wallabies by dental radiography: A basis for quantifying the age structure of a discrete colony of Petrogale assimilis
    [1995]
  107. Highly variable microsatellites in isolated colonies of the rock-wallaby (Petrogale assimilis).
    [1995]
  108. Home-range characteristics and movement patterns of the red-legged pademelon (Thylogale stigmatica) in a fragmented tropical rainforest
    [1995]
  109. Response of dugongs to large-scale loss of seagrass from Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia
    [1995]
  110. Temporal changes in the abundance of some tropical intertidal seagrasses in North Queensland
    [1995]
  111. Conserving marine mammals and reptiles in Australia and Oceania
    [1994]
  112. The distribution and abundance of the dugong in Shark Bay, Western Australia
    [1994]
  113. Intra-annual changes in seagrass standing crop, Green Island, Northern Queensland
    [1993]
  114. Relationship between seagrass standing crop and the spatial distribution and abundance of the natantian fauna at Green Island, Northern Queensland
    [1993]
  115. Manta tow counts as indices of the distribution and abundance of Acanthaster planci: a reply to De'ath
    [1992]
  116. The diet of the allied rock-wallaby, Petrogale assimilis, in the wet- dry tropics
    [1992]
  117. Bias in manta tow surveys of Acanthaster planci
    [1990]
  118. Development and application of conventional and satellite radio tracking techniques for studying dugong movements and habitat use
    [1990]
  119. Management of traditional hunting of dugongs [Dugong dugon (Müller, 1776)] in the northern Great Barrier Reef, Australia
    [1990]
  120. The distribution and abundance of dugongs in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park south of Cape Bedford
    [1990]
  121. Aerial surveys of sea turtles in the northern Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
    [1989]
  122. An experimental evaluation of dugong and sea turtle aerial survey techniques
    [1989]
  123. Correcting for visibility bias in strip transect aerial surveys of aquatic fauna
    [1989]
  124. Distribution and abundance of dugongs in the northern Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
    [1989]
  125. Mass stranding of dugongs by a tropical cyclone in northern Australia
    [1989]
  126. Breeding cycle, life history and population dynamics of the dugong, Dugong dugon ( Sirenia: Dugongidae).
    [1984]
  127. Probable susceptibility of dugongs to capture stress
    [1983]
  128. Transformation of soft coral (Coelenterata: Octocorallia) terpenes by Ovula ovum (Mollusca: Prosobranchia)
    [1983]
  129. Analysis of stomach contents of dugongs from Queensland.
    [1982]
  130. Present-day hunting and distribution of dugongs in the Wellesley Islands (Queensland): Implications for conservation
    [1981]
  131. The unusual metal status of the dugong Dugon dugon
    [1980]
  132. Discovery of a large population of Dugongs off Brisbane, Australia
    [1978]
  133. Physiology of the dugong
    [1978]
  134. Some studies on the oxygen affinity of haemoglobin from the dugong
    [1978]
  135. The dugong (Dugong dugon (Müller)) in the seagrass system
    [1977]
  136. The role of the midgut caecum and large intestine in the digestion of sea grasses by the dugong (Mammalia: Sirenia)
    [1977]
  137. The caseinase activity of some vermivorous cone shell venoms
    [1971]
  138. Preliminary studies of the venoms of some vermivorous conidae
    [1970]

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  1. Helene Marsh interviewed by Diana Giese
    Marsh, H. (Helene), 1945-
    [ Sound : 1997 ]
    At National Library
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  2. [The science show, 8 August 1998] [presented by Robyn Williams]
    Williams, Robyn, 1944-
    [ Sound : 1998 ]
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  3. Australian Marine Sciences Association and Australian Physical Oceanography joint Conference Townsville , Townsville 1987 / edited by H. Marsh and M.L. Heron
    Marsh, H. (Helene), 1945-
    [ Book : 1987 ]
    At Port Steph Fisheries
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  4. The dugong, Dugong dugon, in Australia : a conservation overview / Helene Marsh ... [et al.]
    Marsh, H. (Helene), 1945-
    [ Book : 1999 ]
    At DPaW Library
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  5. The status of the dugong in Torres Strait
    Marsh, H. (Helene), 1945-
    [ Book : 1984-1986 ]
    At 2 libraries
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  6. Studies of the feeding and venom of selected vermivorous Conidae from the Great Barrier Reef
    Marsh, H. (Helene), 1945-
    [ Thesis : 1967 ]
    At UQ Library
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  7. Results of an aerial survey of the marine wildlife in the Gulf of Carpentaria waters adjacent to Queensland in December 1997 and consequential recommendations for management : October 1998, revised March 2000 / Helene Marsh ... [et al.]
    Marsh, H. (Helene), 1945-
    [ Book : 2000 ]
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  8. Current status of dugongs in the Torres Strait area and a proposal for an aerial survey in November 1983 / Helene Marsh
    Marsh, H. (Helene), 1945-
    [ Book : 1983 ]
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  9. Our tropical siren / Text by Helene Marsh
    Marsh, H. (Helene), 1945-
    [ Book : 1991 ]
    At AIATSIS Collections
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  10. Studies on the biology of traditional marine resources : the dugong problem / Helene Marsh
    Marsh, H. (Helene), 1945-
    [ Book : 1988 ]
    At AIATSIS Collections
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  1. Helene Marsh interviewed by Diana Giese
    Marsh, H. (Helene), 1945-
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  2. [The science show, 8 August 1998] [presented by Robyn Williams]
    Williams, Robyn, 1944-
    [ Sound : 1998 ]
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  1. LIFE INSURANCE ACT 1945-1965—UNCLAIMED MONEYS
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    Commonwealth of Australia Gazette. Periodic (National : 1977 - 2011) Friday 27 June 1980 p 160

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  1. Obituary. Dr. H. T. Marsh
    The Macleay Chronicle (Kempsey, NSW : 1899 - 1952) Wednesday 9 June 1943 p 2 Article
    ... missed by his family of three daughters, Mary, Helen and Pam, and two sons Dr. S' afford H. Marsh, of ... Obituary. ? n — . ? Dr. H. T. Marsh Dr. H. T. Marsh, who for many years practised his profession in ... 119 words
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  2. MARSH GRASS.
    Euroa Advertiser (Vic. : 1884 - 1920) Friday 23 November 1894 p 2 Article
    ... MARSH GRASS. -BY NBLLIB I Cr3DEUN. -4--------Leaving her friend, E'hel Le Mar, with her mother ... tall, strong and handsome. The beach was deserted by all save h m'elf, and he seemed to seorn the sand ... 1912 words
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    Portland Guardian (Vic. : 1876 - 1953) Friday 23 November 1894 p 2 Article
    ... MARSH GRASS. BT NILLat I CanXIDN. d' Leaving her friend, E'hel Le Mar, with tr mother, Marie ... into perfect womanhood, far ex:eedlng thet pomises of her girlhood. " She is ri h and travelled, sought ... 1889 words
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  1. The feeding biology of some vermivorous Conus from the Great Barrier Reef / Helene Marsh
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    [ Thesis : 1971 ]
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  2. Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales
    Andersen, H. C. (Hans Christian), 1805-1875
    [ Book, Audio book : 1846-2017 ]
    Languages: English;Danish;Chinese;Japanese, [15 others]
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  3. Results of an aerial survey of marine wildlife in Gulf of Carpentaria waters adjacent to Queensland in December 1997 and consequential recommendations for management / Helene Marsh ; Peter Corkeron ; Tony Preen ; Francis Pantus
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    [ Book : 2000 ]
    At State Library of QLD
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  4. A family odyssey : the ancestors and descendants of Joseph Harrison and Ada Belle (Marsh) Stager / by Helen and Evelyn Stager
    Stager, Helen, 1905-
    [ Book : 1983 ]
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  1. Dr Helene Marsh in interview with Professor Hugh Tindale-Biscoe, Canberra, Australia 10 October, 2000
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    [ Video : 2000 ]
    At State Library of NSW
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  3. FERRY, WILLIAM
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    Australian Broadcasting Commission;
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  2. J. H. Cachran's London Review (1 September 1939)
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  3. Degrees and Diplomas Conferred in 1990 Appendix H (30 June 1991)
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