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Brazier, J., Munksgaard, N.C. & Parry, D.L., 2005. Distribution of Rum Jungle U/Cu mine trace metal contaminants on the Finnis River floodplains, Northern Territory, Australia. In 8th International Conference on the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements. 8th International Conference on the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements. 3-7 April 2005. Adelaide. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:6740.
Bristow, M. et al., 2000. Making plantations attractive to north Queensland small-scale forest growers: early research results with mixed species plantations. In J. L. Herbohn et al., eds. Developing Policies to Encourage Small-scale Forestry. Developing Policies to Encourage Small-scale Forestry. Kuranda, Australia: IUFRO, pp. 30-35.
Bristow, M. et al., 2001. African mahogany: the story so far, Brisbane: Department of Primary Industries.
Bristow, M., 2004. Review of Agroforestry in Tropical Savanna Regions of Northern Australia, Canberra: Joint Venture Agroforestry Program, RIRDC.
Bristow, M., Annandale, M. & Bragg, A., 2005. Growing rainforest timber trees: a farm forestry manual for north Queensland, Canberra: Joint Venture Agroforestry Program, Rural Industries Research Development Corporation.
Bristow, M., Annandale, M. & Bragg, A., 2003. Introduction to tropical agroforestry for indigenous communities, Canberra, Australia: Joint Venture Agroforestry Program, Rural Industries Research Development Corporation.
Bristow, M. & Skelton, D., 2004. Preliminary weed risk assessment for Khaya senegalensis in plantations in northern Australia. In I. Bevege et al., eds. Prospects for high-value hardwood timber plantations in the dry tropics of northern Australia. Prospects for high-value hardwood timber plantations in the dry tropics of northern Australia. Mareeba, Queensland: Published as a CD ROM by Private Forestry North Queensland Association Inc., Kairi, Queensland.
Bristow, M. et al., 2005. Growth and species interactions of Eucalyptus pellita in a mixed and monoculture plantation in the humid tropics of north Queensland. In Improving Productivity in Mixed-Species Plantations. Improving Productivity in Mixed-Species Plantations. 5-7 August 2005. Ballina, NSW, Australia: In association with the XXII IUFRO World Congress.
Bristow, M. et al., 2003. Mixed species plantations: does diversity help tropical eucalypts grow faster, better, longer? (Unpublished poster paper). In CRC Rainforest Annual Conference. CRC Rainforest Annual Conference. Nov 10-12, 2003. Cairns.
Bristow, M. et al., 2008. Effects of eucalypt and acacia monocultures and mixed species designs on soils. In IUFRO Conference on Processes Controlling Productivity in Tropical Plantations. IUFRO Conference on Processes Controlling Productivity in Tropical Plantations. 11/2008. Porto Seguro, Brazil.

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