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The Parliament o f the Commonwealth of Australia

AUSTRALIAN RESEARCH GRANTS COM M ITTEE

Report on Grants Approved for 1986

Presented 12 February 1986 Ordered to be printed 20 February 1986

Parliamentary Paper No. 61/1986

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REPORT ON GRANTS APPROVED FOR 1986

D e p a r tm e n t o f S c ie n c e

AUSTRALIAN RESEARCH GRANTS SCHEME

Report on Grants A pproved for 1986

Australian Government Publishing Service Canberra 1985

©Commonwealth of Australia 1985 ISSN 0812-9509

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The Hon Barry O Jones MR Minister for Science Parliament House CANBERRA ACT 2600

Dear Minister

On behalf of the Australian Research Grants Committee I present the Report on Grants Approved for 1986.

Yours sincerely

P W Sheehan Chairman

CONTENTS

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Background....................................................................................................................................... 1

The Committee ................................................................................................................................. 1

Terms of Reference .......................................................................................................................... 1

Policy.................................................................................................................................................. 2

Procedures and Program.................................................................................................................. 2

Funding.............................................................................................................................................. 3

Number of G rants............................................................................................................................ 4

Directions for the Future.................................................................................................................. 4

Present Funding Constraints............................................................................................................. 8

Areas of Research Strength and New Developments..................................................................... 8

Membership..................................................................................................................................... 11

Statistical Tables

1 Applications received and approved — new and continuing projects ............................. 13

2 Value of grants requested and approved — new and continuing projects...................... 14 3 Value and number of grants by State and Institution.......................................................... 15

4 The number and value of grants in specific categories ...................................................... 18

5 Distribution of funds by research discipline under heads of expenditure........................ 23

Grants Approved

Biological Sciences

Molecular biology and cell metabolism............................................................................... 26

Plant and animal biology....................................................................................................... 41

Chemical Sciences....................................................................................................................... 58

Earth Sciences............................................................................................................................. 75

Engineering and Applied Sciences............................................................................................ 89

Humanities and Economics........................................................................................................ 106

Physical Sciences......................................................................................................................... 124

Social Sciences ............................................................................................................................ 141

Index to Grant List Categories......................................................................................................... 154

Background The Australian Research Grants Committee (ARGC) was established in 1965 to stimulate high-quality research in the natural and social sciences and the humanities by individuals or research teams working in non-government institutions, or privately, throughout Australia.

Since that time the Australian Research Grants Scheme (ARCS) has contributed significantly to the strong program of basic research which is essential to Australia’s development. Such a program is an investment for the future in terms of the economic, technological and social benefits which flow from it. It

is from a strong community of curiosity-motivated researchers that major developments come.

The Committee The Committee advises the Minister for Science on the allocation of funds and the award of ARCS grants. Members of the Committee are appointed by the Minister for three to five years. Membership reflects expertise over a wide range of disciplines, and members are themselves active in research in

universigovernment or private enterprise. The Committee is divided, for administrative purposes, into eight sub-committees representing those research disciplines in which grants are awarded. Details of the sub-committees

and membership are listed on pages 11 and 12.

Terms of The Committee’s terms of reference are as follows: Reference

Subject to any directions by the Minister for Science:

1 (a) To examine and make recommendations to the Minister for Science on proposals from individuals or groups for grants under the Australian Research Grants Scheme in support of particular research projects in the physical, biological, chemical and earth sciences; engineering and applied sciences; the humanities and the social sciences.

(b) The Committee shall base its recommendations on its assessment of the relative quality of scholarship of individual proposals without regard to any arithmetical distribution of the amounts recommended among States, institutions or subject areas.

(c) A research project must be intended to be carried out in Australia. However, the Committee may recommend that a research project or part of it be carried out at a specific place outside Australia if the nature of the research requires the use of facilities or access to material which is not available in Australia.

(d) Apart from the exceptions listed below, Australian Research Grants shall be available to all researchers in Australia.

(i) A researcher is ineligible for the award of a grant if he/she is a person employed full-time by the following for the purposes of undertaking research:

. a Commonwealth or State Government Department or Authority other than a body approved by the Minister

. the Australian National University’s Institute of Advanced Studies

(ii) A researcher shall be ineligible for the award of a grant if he/she falls into one or more of the following categories:

. an undergraduate student

. a person in receipt of a salary provided by another Commonwealth research granting scheme

. a person being an overseas resident

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(iii) A researcher shall be ineligible for the award of a grant for a project which forms part of his/her degree studies.

(e) The Committee shall consult with the Commonwealth Tertiary Education Commission and with other Commonwealth research grant-giving bodies to satisfy itself that overlapping or duplication of support is not occurring. The Committee may refer applications which it has received to other Commonwealth research grant-giving bodies for consideration and may accept applications referred to it by other Commonwealth research grant­ giving bodies.

2 The Committee shall report periodically to the Minister for Science on any research proposals considered by it and on the general progress of its activities.

Policy

Procedures and Program

3 The Committee may establish its own rules of procedure and will be provided with administrative support by the Commonwealth Department of Science.

The ARCS supports non-directed basic research; ‘non-directed’ in the sense that applicants present their own research topic, set their own goals and structure their own research plans. The Committee does not attempt to discriminate between outstanding fundamental or scholarly work and outstanding applied work. Generally speaking, the criterion for success of an application for support for a research project will be whether the project is likely to make a real advance either in the fundamental sense by making some contribution to our understanding of the subject, or in the applied sense by

making a contribution to the solution of an important practical problem. The Scheme supports outstanding and promising research irrespective of the division between academic disciplines. It is expected that research funded by the ARCS will lead to the publication of findings of significance. Work of a strictly developmental nature is not supported. The development of a basic idea or discovery to the stage at which a patentable device or process emerges is expensive and is beyond the Scheme’s purposes and resources. The Committee continues to emphasise excellence and reaffirms that the merit of a project should be the sole criterion for funding. It should be noted that all proposals are considered on the same basis and the Committee has not intended — and does not intend — to discriminate in favour of research teams, but recognises that the group approach has led to some higher quality proposals. The Committee recognises that in some situations ambitious and worthwhile research may require the efforts of a group of investigators rather than an individual scholar.

The Committee has framed ‘Conditions of Award’ for the information of applicants and the administrators of grants at tertiary institutions. These are issued with the offers of grants. In addition, the ‘Chairman’s Advice to Applicants’ and ‘Application Forms — Instructions’, which in the future will be issued in a single document, provide detailed discussion and comment on the Committee’s requirements, procedures and policies for the guidance of applicants; these communications are especially useful in that they signal to potential applicants shifts in policy and procedures that may occur from time to time.

The Committee uses a peer review system to select those projects and investigators most deserving of support. It therefore depends heavily upon the confidential reports from expert assessors, from both Australia and overseas, who are requested by the Committee to evaluate proposals.

It is usual for applications to be called in February and received by the Committee towards mid-April. Some applications may be more appropriate for the consideration of other grant-giving bodies. These include the National

Health and Medical Research Council, the Australia Council, the National Energy Research Development and Demonstration Council and the Marine Sciences and Technologies Grants Scheme. Potential applicants should consider carefully the suitability of their projects for the different schemes. In

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fairness to applicants, the ARCC is now disinclined to transfer applications which have been submitted to it unless the projects are ineligible under the ARCS terms of reference.

Funding

ARCS applications are divided into subject areas for the attention of an appropriate sub-committee. The sub-committee next selects the assessors to whom applications are referred for expert advice. Late in June the Committee considers the reports of assessors and decides which applicants it wishes to

interview. Interviews are arranged where the Committee feels it is necessary to discuss budgetary requirements or other aspects of the application, some of which arise from assessors’ suggestions of matters requiring clarification or elaboration.

The Committee meets early in September to consider all applications in the light of the information collected and to prepare its recommendations to the Minister for the following year’s grants.

After three years of continuous support, grantees are required to include detailed progress reports in their applications for the fourth year. These applications are also sent to expert assessors for evaluation and in this way the Committee monitors the rate of progress of each project. Renewal projects

may also be submitted to assessors at other times if for any reason reappraisal appears desirable. Projects are not supported for more than six years. After that time an initial application must be submitted and the project re-evaluated.

Where a program grant is made, the Committee indicates a level of funding which it expects to make as a first change against future allocation of funds.

All grantees are required to submit a final report at the end of their period of support.

An amount of $27.54m has been allocated for the 1986 calendar year. This compares with $23.88m for 1985 and represents an increase in funds of just 15.3%. The rate of acceptance for new projects in 1986 rose from 25% (in 1985) to 43%. This reflects the fact that the Committee was at a bottom point of

funding in 1985 and chose to distribute its increase in funds partly through support for more research. This was signalled implicitly to the research community by the Committee permitting a large number of projects that came to it in 1985 to stay on line under the category of “Nil Grant”. There were 156

nil grant applications held for consideration in the renewal stream and over half of these were funded. The funding rate for nil grants was expectedly higher than for standard initial applications, since the assessment already in hand for these projects was positive. The nil grant mechanism not only served to increase the number of grants for 1986, but also to slightly lower the average

grant because projects at the nil grant level were budgeted especially tightly and this budgeting was generally maintained by the Committee in the new round. For 1985, the new category provided a holding mechanism for funding in an especially hard year. For 1986, no nil grants were offered.

Some other effects of the way in which the Committee distributed its funds were:

. the average grant for 1986 is $18 954 compared with $19 487 in 1985, a fall of 8.0% in real terms

. 14 grants in excess of $80 000 were made for 1986 compared with 11 grants in excess of $80 000 in 1985

a total of 172 Research Associates and Fellows will be supported in 1986 compared with the same number in 1985

the number of program grants was increased from 16 to 26; this reflects the addition of 10 new program grants to those already on line.

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Number of Grants

Directions for the Future

The number of applications considered for support fell slightly from 2359 in 1985 to 2264 in 1986. This number was considered in relation to requests totalling $66.5m in 1985, compared with $65.3m in 1986. The average quality of the proposals continued to be high and the Committee again found difficulty in finding a balance between an increased emphasis on excellence and the support of projects that were worthy in quality.

For 1986,1453 grants have been awarded, compared with 1226 in 1985. This represents an overall funding rate of 64% in 1986 compared with 52% in 1985.

The number of worthy projects which the Committee was unable to support is 314 in 1986 compared with 732 in 1985. This represents a decrease of 57% in such applications for 1986, compared with the previous year.

The Committee agrees with the objectives of Government that the R&D system should facilitate proper development of an educational level to maintain a vital, effective and innovative R&D infrastructure, pay adequate attention to matters such as the level and quality of staffing, and provide proper research

equipment and facilities. It also agrees with the objective that the system should ensure that young and able researchers at the peak of their activity are able to obtain employment in the R&D system. The ARGC is conscious of its contribution to meeting these goals by offering, on an open competitive basis, the opportunity for the best researchers in the country to conduct major

research projects of both a pure and applied kind. Useful technological development comes from the motivation derived from the discoveries of basic research: technological development and basic research are inseparable. Practical gains are not to be identified however with the support of basic research. Basic research makes an important cultural as well as economic contribution to the Nation.

Throughout 1985, the ARGC continued to formulate guidelines for a policy of adequate funding of research built on the demands of the quality of research effort, and planning continued to be based on what the Committee considered appropriate to encourage excellence in research. The policy that has been

formulated reflects directly the Committee’s desire to upgrade the contribution to scholarship that basic research in Australia is making currently, and to optimise the future benefits that can be achieved for this country from the increased support of excellent research. The following sets out the initiatives being proposed by the Committee and its recommendations for future funding.

Four new major categories of funding were recommended for support in the 1985 and 1986 funding periods. These related to:

(1) the provision of extended funding commitment to the Scheme’s best researchers through the development of a limited number of program grants;

(2) the encouragement of young, less established researchers through the funding of a limited number of pilot projects;

(3) the updating of the technology of Australian research through the development of a special category of support for equipment; and

(4) the provision of special labour-power resources by facilitating career opportunities for talented Australian researchers.

The Committee also gave notice of its intention to propose the development of a program in 1986 to encourage Australia’s best researchers to increase their contributions as active members of the international scientific community. The Committee continued its 1985 commitment to fund program grants and pilot grants in 1986. However, other initiatives were not introduced in 1985 or 1986 due to the lack of funding.

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The following describes briefly each of the major new initiatives that are recommended for continuation or introduction in 1986. For continuing initiatives, the ARGC reasserts their importance.

1 Program Grants

10 new and 16 continuing program grants were supported in 1986. Support for these 26 programs will be a first charge against future year allocations. These grants aim specifically to consolidate or integrate support so as to enable

research on a central theme to proceed more effectively by guaranteeing support over a relatively long period of time. Continuation of the new category of support reflects the Committee’s perception that there is a strong need for more efficient use of resources for research, more effective planning of

research, and better integration or co-ordination of research resources. For 1986 the ARGC called for specific applications for program grants and will do so again in 1987.

2 Pilot Projects

46 pilot grants were awarded in 1986; 24 of these were continuing and 22 were new projects. Research in this category primarily aims to encourage young investigators to propose high quality research that carries promise for the future. It is expected that pilot projects will lead to the later formulation of

more extensive, significant programs of research.

3 Equipment

Only 28.9% of equipment requests were met by ARCS in 1986 and that trend continues the 1985 pattern (27.3%). The level of funding for research is not sufficient to allow the ARCS to provide adequate equipment to outstanding researchers. Much of the major equipment available in most universities is

either obsolete or rapidly approaching the end of its effective life and is thus impeding the progress of high-quality research. Inadequate equipment has resulted in significant delays in research projects, increased recurrent and maintenance costs and a wastage of scientific manpower resources. In recent years ARCS has received an increasing number of proposals for on-line or

dedicated computer equipment; similarly, there has been a marked upward shift in demand for the increased sophistication provided by microprocessor- controlled instrumentation. In 1985, the Committee recommended that provision be made over the next three years for a moderate program of

equipment modernisation and expansion. The Committee is recommending again that an amount ($3m) be allocated in each of the next three years. Applications for the purchase of equipment and facilities costing between $100 000 and $250 000 will be considered if special funds are provided in the

next Budget. Applications for such equipment should be centred around a viable research program in which the equipment is an integral component.

4 Labour-power Resources

The availability of research personnel in Australia requires urgent attention. The infrastructure for technology requires a strong personnel base, especially when there is a call to develop high technology in industry. Special difficulties are also being experienced in providing career opportunities for young

investigators in universities, government and industrial research institutions. Limited employment opportunities for young investigators constitute an impediment to developing new science and upgrading the skills of research personnel in the country.

Research Fellows & Associates The ARCS provides, through its Research Fellow and Research Associate awards, an opportunity to bring new and/or supplementary skills to its highest calibre projecb. The awards have proven a most effective way of assuring

success of projecb while at the same time providing employment at a level where few opportunities exist. The Committee will continue to support this activity.

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Career Fellowships In its communications the Committee has drawn attention to the ageing staff structure in Australian Universities and the very limited opportunities for recruitment in these institutions. The Committee again recommends the provision of funds to be offered through ARCS for the creation of Career Fellowships. This would provide a means of retraining in Australian Universities the most promising of our younger scientists until the 1990’s when appointment opportunities are expected to increase through retirement. It is expected that Career Fellows would have three or more years post-doctoral experience; they would conduct their own independent research programs;

and they would be associated with established workers or groups of workers currently supported by ARCS, sharing their facilities and basic equipment. Awards will normally be tenable for five years in the first instance, and recipients will be salaried at the level of lecturer/senior lecturer in Australian tertiary institutions.

Technical Personnel Technical personnel represent an inestimable asset in the scientific workforce. As such, the best are highly sought after by investigators. Many ARCS projects, especially in the Natural Sciences, are technically demanding both in performance of experiments, in operation of expensive equipment and in some instances involve equipment construction. Their success is critically dependent on the availability of trained technical personnel.

Through ARCS funds, many valuable personnel have received technical training and now hold key support positions in research projects both in Universities and in Government and private establishments.

With the fall-off in total funding over time, and the increasing salaries component for academics and administrators, many Universities have not kept pace with the demand for this essential technical back-up. The Committee regards provision of this support as crucial to the success of the Scheme’s projects.

Graduate Research Students Although the Scheme does not formally fund students reading for higher degrees, funds allocated to principal investigators for high quality projects provide equipment, consumables and backup technical support which is used by Graduate students being supervised by the principal investigators. Thus the scheme has a fairly direct but often overlooked and underestimated role in training research students. Indeed, it must be acknowledged that no small part of the success of many projects is due to the contributions of graduate students. Thus the limited funding for ARCS has had a depressing effect on this training aspect of the scheme given that many Universities are able to make only relatively small per capita allowances for graduate students’ maintenance.

Surveys of postgraduate education have pointed to the need for an increase in the number of postgraduate awards. The Committee is of the view that the Scheme offers a useful mechanism for distributing scholarships which could operate in parallel with the current distribution scheme. The Committee is in an excellent position to identify principal investigators and projects that could provide suitable environments for postgraduate work. It is envisaged that awards would continue to be made on a merit basis through Universities as at present, but some would be reserved for ARGC-nominated projects and principal investigators. These would be selected on the basis of perceived needs for trained research personnel to work in particular areas.

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The ARGC continued in 1985 to play a relevant advisory role in assisting the Government to pursue its policies. This role is expressed directly, for example, in its statements on areas of research strength among applicants from

Australian tertiary institutions. The ARGC made a full statement of these 6

strengths in its “Report on Grants Approved for 1984” and supplements that listing in this Report (as in the 1985 Report).

6 Promotion of International Activities

Australian scholars supported by ARCS are part of, and in some cases leaders in, international research communities in the disciplines to which they belong. The regular meetings of these international communities provide a crucial mechanism for the transfer of information and ideas between scholars. Basic

communication takes place through published work but meetings between people provide a quicker and more effective way to exchange information. These meetings are all the more important for Australian scholars because of their distance from major centres of activity in Europe, Japan and North

America.

Because of their expense, some research facilities are available only in North America, Europe or Japan. It is essential that Australian science not be excluded from developments taking place at these facilities. International joint seminar-workshops and joint research projects are effective ways of

maintaining Australian scholars at the fore in the international scene. Currently, some activities of this type are administered by the Department of Science, but are limited to interactions under bilateral international

agreements, with an increasing emphasis on the applied aspects of research. The Committee is glad to participate in the evaluation of the proposals submitted under the bilateral programs but sees a useful extension of activities

to cover a broader range of international activities, particularly in basic research. The visibility of the best of Australian research at appropriate international meetings must be maintained. Science is an international activity and personal communications are essential.

7 Forward funding

Over the last three years, ARGC has moved deliberately to increase the flexibility with which investigators can use the funds that they have been granted. Program grants have been instituted, and greater manoeuvrability has been permitted in the extent to which funds in a given category (eg, personnel or equipment) can be transferred from one category to another for particular

purposes. More changes are needed, however. Difficulties in funding remain, especially from the uncertainty researchers experience in the lack of forward commitment of funds.

Since its inception, ARGC has made its grants on an annual basis and this time­ scale necessarily orients the Committee to look at research in the short-term rather than the long-term. A result of this management procedure is that the momentum of funding is often reduced and efficiency thereby lost. The

Committee considers that researchers should be encouraged to have greater confidence in the forward commitment of funds, so that their uncertainty is lessened, thereby facilitating the objectives of the research. Currently, the ARGC makes a formal, forward commitment only for the appointment of

Research Fellows and Research Associates, but accepts support for its program grants as a first charge against its annual funding allocation. Formal approval is needed, however, for longer commitments than one year, and across a wider

range of proposals.

Specifically, the ARGC recommends action be taken with respect to Section 1.22 of the National Technology Strategy (Revision Discussion Draft; 1985). This document recommends the introduction of “rolling triennium funding for ARCS” (p 25). The Committee considers that the introduction of funding on this basis would serve beneficially to reduce uncertainty in allocating resources, enhance research planning, make more efficient use of research funds, and aid the overall quality of research.

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Present Funding The ARCS supports a considerable portion of the best research across Constraints disciplines in the country, but remains significantly underfunded. The Committee welcomed the increase it received in the last budget, but found that it failed to meet the cumulative demands of inflation, incremental creep

and the rising costs of maintaining high quality research. The increase that the Scheme was given, however, enabled the Committee to go some distance toward recovering ground that was lost in the 1985 granting year. The Committee is especially pleased to note the fall in 1986 in the number of worthy projects that the Committee cannot support. Although many high quality projects (314) still remain without funding in 1986, this represents a substantial drop (57%) from 732 good quality projects the Committee could not support in 1985.

An appropriation of $49.72m was requested in 1984 for the support of the Committee’s projects in 1985. It was the Committee’s judgment at the time that this was the amount necessary to fund the level of research appropriate to Australia’s size and state of development. Funds of this order (adjusted for inflation) represent the minimum amount necessary to support the worthy projects the ARCS is likely to recommend for funding in 1987. Given the constraints affecting Government, however, the Committee argues for a planned staging of funding to bring the ARCS up to an adequate level of funding within the next few years. The ARCS received a real increase (10%) in 1985 which was consistent with the stated commitment by Government to improve the Scheme’s support appreciably over time. The Committee requests that this commitment continue, and that increased support be provided so that the Committee can fund more projects of excellence in the future.

Specifically, the Committee requests that substantial increases in support, at least in excess of 10% (real increase), be allocated to bring ARCS up to an adequate level of funding over time. Staged support of this kind for ARCS is consistent with the level of the support it was given in the last budget. An additional allocation of $6.5m is also requested to permit the ARGC to

implement new initiatives. These relate to the provision of large pieces of equipment and support of major equipment installations ($3.0m), the provision of Career Fellowships, technical personnel and postgraduate awards ($3.0m), and the promotion of visibility in Australian research through the funding of

international activities ($0.5m). The Committee further recommends that action be taken with respect to the National Technology Strategy recommendation that Government introduce rolling triennium funding so as to enhance research planning and make more efficient use of available research funds.

Areas of Research In its “Report on Grants Approved for 1984” the Committee reported on fields Strength and New of special research strength in relation to that year’s applications and full Developments statements of strength were offered for each of the sub-committees of the ARGC. Projects named were considered to constitute a substantial contribution

to knowledge in the areas concerned and, in the judgment of the Committee, represented a critical mass to meet the area of strength criterion. The Committee remains of the opinion that areas of strength across the full set of disciplinary areas can be restated meaningfully only after a period allowed for consolidation. There nevertheless continue to be emerging significant new developments in research and pockets of strength in a number of the disciplinary areas that are worthy of noting.

Two disciplinary areas are singled out in this Report to illustrate some of the key features of the current round of applications. Comment pertains both to the consolidation of existing research strengths and the possible emergence of new areas of strength. The disciplinary areas chosen for illustration are the Social Sciences and Engineering & Applied Science.

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Social Sciences

A number of developments in the Social Sciences were noted in the “ Report on Grants Approved for 1985” particular mention being made of the areas of family studies and gender. Research funded in the current round consolidates these developments. Work by Professor Goodnow (Macquarie University), for

example, will focus on the rules and meanings attached by household members to various aspects of household work. Focus here is on household tasks expected from children and on arrangements between adults in the household setting. The nature of household structure is also of special interest

to Dr Gunn (University of Tasmania) who will study the evolution of household structure over time. Dr Gunn plans to study past census returns that will permit examination of the impact of the changing social, economic and demographic conditions associated with establishment and growth of patterns of household

formation. An important addition to the sociological study of the control of parenthood, gender and family relationships in Australia will also be provided by Dr Reiger (Phillip Institute of Technology) who plans to conduct a social history of the Nursing Mothers Association of Australia.

A further development which consolidates research currently being funded by the ARCS is illustrated by the work of Professor Gale and Ms Bailey-Harris at the University of Adelaide. Professor Gale and her associates will analyse trends and relationships between youth unemployment and youth offending. The

research relates directly to the issue of employment. Previous evidence suggests that unemployment plays an important role in determining which persons enter the juvenile justice system. By focusing on available youth

offending files, this group will be able to analyze closely the interrelationships between long-term offending patterns, employment status and gender. Here, gender is placed within a broad framework of analysis that focuses on the behavioural analysis of unemployment and crime. Study of issues relating to

employment also flows from existing work. Research that is presently being conducted by Professor Evans (University of Queensland) and Associate Professor Poole (Macquarie University), for example, is analyzing the skills and knowledge for life roles of Australian adolescents who have completed their

period of compulsory schooling. Among other things, data collected here are relevant to the study of the impact of work experiences and vocational aspirations and expectations.

A third development which creates a new area of emerging interest and which appears to be capturing the attention of different groups of researchers in the 1986 granting round is the issue of technology and its social impact. Professor Hill and Mr Horne (University of Wollongong) plan to focus in their

work on the organisational restructuring of consequences of technological change. The social impact of technological change has become an issue of considerable concern to the community as a whole and to policy makers in particular. This work will study major organisations within key industry areas

(insurance and banking) thought to be representative of significant changes in communication technology. Related research by Dr Wajcman (University of New South Wales) and Dr Probert (Monash University) further extends study in

this area by examining the growing trend toward home-based work as it affects particular occupations. Focus here will be on new technology and will address particularly the problem of the tendency of work to shift back into the home as a consequence of the microelectronic revolution.

Engineering and Applied Sciences

The field of control and communication systems is an area of research strength within Australia. The research workers in this area have achieved the highest possible recognition for their publications, and several of the researchers hold key positions on international bodies such as the International Federation of

Automatic Control and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc USA.

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In brief, the area is concerned with the analysis and synthesis of the means of controlling energy and information flow in physical systems. Typical problems in this field include:

. improving the efficiency, safety and output quality of manufacturing processes

. coding speech waveforms for efficient transmission over long distances

. analysis of biological signals to produce dynamic models for clinical use

. assessment of the stability margin of power systems under fault conditions

. analysis of radar signals to allow optimal tracking of aircraft

. accurate control of robot manipulators

and so on. Each of these problems depends on a common body of knowledge known as “Systems Analysis”. The problems are of key importance to the competitiveness of Australian industry and are central to the technologies used by defence agencies.

ARCS funds several research groups in this area. A group of four researchers, Professor Goodwin, Professor Cantoni, Dr Evans and Dr Hill, in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Newcastle have been awarded an ARCS program grant for research into Robust Control and Communication Systems. Their work includes specific aspects of control, communication, radar and power systems.

Another University with expertise in the area of systems analysis is the University of Queensland. Professor Bass in the Department of Mathematics has an international reputation for work in the area of pharmacokinetics and uses systems analysis to model the effects of drugs on various human organs. Drs Newell and Lee in Chemical Engineering have also recently initiated a

highly innovative project in which they plan to look at ways of achieving a computer-based expert system which would monitor and interpret process alarms for the Chemical Industries.

A group that emphasises the communications aspects of systems is in the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of Western Australia. Associate Professor Hullett has made fundamental contributions to high speed data transmission over optical fibers and has formed a close link with AT&T Bell Laboratories in the USA. Methods from control and communications systems are also being used to study various biological and naturally occurring signals. For example, work at the University of New South Wales (Duntroon) and the University of Adelaide is proceeding in this area.

Underlying each of the areas mentioned above is the ubiquitous role played by modern computer technology. The various research projects all involve modern computer-based methods and there are often spin-off results into numerical analysis and other areas of computer science. Another group which has special expertise in the area of computational aspects of control and communication systems is Drs Kautsky and Elhay at Flinders University. They are recognised as leaders in the area of robust numerical methods for carrying out the various computations required in this area and are developing advanced software packages based on their results.

It is evident from this brief survey that there is significant work being done within Australia in the area of Control and Communication Systems. The work is at the forefront of knowledge and has important implications for Australian industry. The fundamental research effort depends for its success on the support of the Australian Research Grants Scheme.

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1985 COMMITTEE MEMBERS AND THE DATES OF THEIR APPOINTMENT

CHAIRMAN — PROFESSOR P W SHEEHAN

Biological Sciences (Molecular biology and cell metabolism)

Professor B A Stone Department of Biochemistry La Trobe University (Sub-Committee Chairman)

1 January 1981

Dr P R Whitfeld Division of Plant Industry CSIRO

7 March 1983

Biological Sciences (Plant and animal biology)

Dr F A Smith Department of Botany University of Adelaide (Sub-Committee Chairman)

1 January 1982

Professor J A Thomson School of Biological Sciences University of Sydney

1 January 1983

Professor B Morris FAA Department of Immunology JCSMR Australian National University

1 January 1985

* Dr C H Tyndale-Biscoe Division of Wildlife and Rangelands Research CSIRO

Chemical Sciences Professor P R Jefferies FRACI Department of Organic Chemistry University of Western Australia

(Sub-Committee Chairman)

1 January 1982

Professor T A O'Donnell FRACI Department of Chemistry University of Melbourne

1 January 1982

Professor N S Hush FRACI FAAS Department of Chemistry University of Sydney

7 March 1984

Earth Sciences Dr B E Hobbs

Division of Geomechanics CSIRO (Sub-Committee Chairman)

7 March 1983

Professor M A J Williams Department of Geography Monash University

1 January 1985

Engineering and Applied Sciences

Professor J Imberger Department of Civil Engineering University of Western Austalia (Sub-Committee Chairman)

7 March 1983

Professor G Goodwin Department of Electrical

1 January 1985

and Computer Engineering University of Newcastle

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Humanities and Economics

Professor D A Aitkin FASSA Department of Political Science Research School of Social Sciences Australian National University (Sub-Committee Chairman)

1 January 1981

Professor G M Neutze FASSA Research School of Social Sciences Australian National University

7 March 1984

Professor R D Sussex Department of Russian and Language Studies University of Melbourne

1 January 1985

Physical Sciences Professor E Weigold

School of Physics Flinders University of South Australia (Sub-Committee Chairman)

1 January 1982

Professor B H J McKellar School of Physics University of Melbourne

1 January 1985

’ Professor G V H Wilson FAIP Rector University College Australian Defence Force Academy

Social Sciences Professor P W Sheehan FASSA

FAPsS FAPsA Department of Psychology University of Queensland (Sub-Committee Chairman)

7 March 1979

Associate Professor C V Baldock School of Social Inquiry Murdoch University

7 March 1984

’Former members who served in 1985 in a relief capacity.

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FABLE 1 Xpplications receiv ed and a p p ro v e d - new an d c o n tin u in g projects

REQUESTS APPROVALS

NEW CONT. TOTAL NEW CONT. TOTAL

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (Molecular biology and cell m etabolism )

129 130 259 44 123 167

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (Plant and anim al biology)

148 155 303 53 149 202

CHEMICAL SCIENCES 179 118 297 95 105 200

EARTH SCIENCES 97 80 177 63 73 136

ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCES

182 131 313 79 106 185

HUMANITIES AND ECONOMICS

217 197 414 72 154 226

PHYSICAL SCIENCES 106 148 254 65 142 207

SOCIAL SCIENCES 140 107 247 39 91 130

TOTAL 1197 1066 2264 510 943 1453

NOTE: The m axim um du rati o n of any p ro jec t is six years. All p rojects are subject to annual review and poss ible term in atio n . Of th e total n u m b e r of grants a w a r d e d for 1986, 35 % w e r e for n e w

projects. Of th e n ew p ro ject a p pli catio ns rece ived, 4 3 % w e r e successful. The success ra te for continuing p rojects w as 88%.

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TABLE 2 Value of grants re q u e ste d and a p p ro v e d - new and continuing projects

GRANTS REQUESTED GRANTS APPROVED

NEW

PROJECTS

CONT PROJECTS

TOTAL NEW

PROJECTS

CONT PROJECTS

TOTAL

$ $ $ $ $ $

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (M olecular biology and cell m etabolism )

4 308 827 5 479 951 9 788 778 836 487 2 928 955 3 765 442

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (Plant and anim al biology)

3 889 536 4 640 140 8 529 676 850 922 2 734 526 3 585 448

CHEMICAL SCIENCES 5 253 692 4 189 540 9 443 232 1 645 483 2 437 712 4 083 195

EARTH SCIENCES 2 214 780 2 425 726 4 640 506 732 868 1 237 985 1 970 853

ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCES

5 236 970 4 765 608 10 002 578 1 384 449 2 595 053 3 979 502

HUMANITIES AND ECONOMICS

3 826 692 4 244 978 8 071 670 936 251 2 453 391 3 389 642

PHYSICAL SCIENCES 2 974 457 6 282 686 9 257 143 890 968 3 442 591 4 333 559

SOCIAL SCIENCES 3 027 025 2 571 398 5 598 423 615 788 1 802 541 2 418 329

TOTAL 30 731 979 34 600 027 65 332 006 7 893 216 19 632 754 27 525 970

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TABLE 3 Value and n u m b e r of grants by State and Institution

INSTITUTION NO OF GRANTS VALUE

$

N e w S o u t h W a l e s

University of Sydney 175 3 791 707

University of New South Wales 168 3 038 884

University of W o ll ongong 25 395 400

University of New England 27 448 823

University of N ewcas tle 37 6 82 402

Macquarie University 69 1 299 239

Australian M u s eu m 6 94 223

Mitchell C olle ge of Adv ance d Education 1 2 400

N.S.W. Institu te of Technology 2 42 816

New South W al es C onse rvato rium of Music 1 9 000

Royal Botanic G ardens 1 15 000

Ma carthur Institute of Higher Education 1 23 500

Private 2 23 860

TOTAL N ew South W ales 515 9 867 254

V i c t o r i a

University of M elb o u rn e 124 2 379 607

Monash University 1 26 2 163 837

La Trobe University 78 1 398 781

Deakin University 12 221 849

Royal M e lb o u rn e Institute of Tec hn ology 4 58 611

Chisholm Institute of Technology 4 31 483

Victorian Co llege of Pharmacy 1 14 000

National M u s eu m of Victoria 1 4 000

Phillip Institute of Techn olog y 2 28 152

M elb o u rn e State College 1 3 900

Gippsland Institute of A dv anced Education 1 10 000

Victoria College Bur woo d C am pus 2 31 941

National Vision Research Institute of Australia 1 22 000

The C a n ce r Institute 2 57 811

Aust Council for Educational Research 1 20 000

N 1 E 1 R 1 26 738

TOTAL Victoria 361 6 472 710

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TABLE 3 (contd)

INSTITUTION NO OF GRANTS VALUE

$

Q u e e n s l a n d

University of Q u e e n s l a n d 129 2 306 693

James C o o k University of North Q u e e n s l a n d 27 356 979

Griffith University 22 467 886

Q u e e n s l a n d Institute of Tec hnology 3 45 750

Q u e e n s l a n d M us eu m 2 11 000

Q u e e n s l a n d Institute of Medical Re search 1 7 500

Brisbane Colleg e of A dv anced Education 1 4 200

Bureau of Sugar Experiment Stations 1 17 250

Private 1 4 245

TOTAL Q u e e n s l a n d 187 3 221 503

S o u t h A u s t r a l i a

University of Adelaid e 101 2 325 242

Flinders University of South Australia 76 1 552 242

South Australian Inst itu te of Techn ology 4 31 240

South Australian M u s eu m 4 63 221

History Trust of South Australia 1 11 585

Private 1 2 000

TOTAL South Australia 187 3 985 530

W e s t e r n A u s t r a l i a

University of W es te r n Australia 67 1 646 622

M ur doc h University 21 389 986

W ester n Australian Institute of T ec hno logy 8 113 634

W es te rn Australian Ma ritime M u s eu m 2 61 749

TOTAL W es te r n Australia 98 2 211 991

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TABLE 3 (contd)

INSTITUTION NO OF GRANTS VALUE

$

T asm an ia

University of Tasmania 45 835 288

TOTAL Tasmania 45 835 288

A u stralian C a p ita l T errito ry

Australian National University 53 823 996

Canberra College of Advanced Education 3 62 300

Private 3 43 983

TOTAL Australian Capital Territory 59 930 279

N o rth e r n T e rrito ry

Darwin Community College 1 1 415

TOTAL Northern Territory 1 1 415

TOTAL GRANTS 1453 27 525 970

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TABLE 4

The number and value of grants in specific categories.

BIOLOGICAL S CIENCES (MOLECULAR BI OLOGY AND CELL METABOLIS M)

Category No value $

Biochemistry and Metabolism of Plants 24 671 463

Biochemistry and Metabolism of Animals 10 170 263

Molecular Biology 33 825 495

Biochemistry of Reproduction 3 56 619

Structure and Infectivity of Viruses 1 19 000

Genetics of Animals and Plants 3 65 441

Biochemistry of the Immune Response 2 29 000

Biochemistry of the Nervous System 1 15 912

Electron M icroscope Techniques in Biology 3 89 043

Biochemistry and Physical Chemistry of Proteins and Enzymes 12 288 863

Chemistry of Natural Organic Substances 1 11 500

Biochemistry and Metabolism of M icroorganisms 17 282 956

Cell Membrane Biology 17 419 296

Biological Energy Conversion 2 48 400

Genetics and Biochemistry of Marsupials 3 44 181

Biochemistry of Insects 1 19 750

Genetics of M icroorganisms 17 439 578

Plant Cell Structure 3 38 868

Water and Nutrient Relations in Plants 3 36 500

Biological Nitrogen Fixation 4 83 702

O ther 7 109 612

TOTAL 167 3 765 442

BIOLOGICAL S CIENCES (PLANT AND ANIMAL BIOLOGY)

Category No value $

Systematics and Taxonomy 11 193 903

Genetics and Evolution 25 571 956

Plant Physiology 13 196 700

Animal Physiology 25 521 233

Developmental Biology 18 204 798

Plant and Animal Ecology 36 691 825

Animal Behaviour 11 242 268

Limnology 3 60 075

Marine Biology 4 62 292

Parasitology and Plant Pathology 14 227 325

Anatomy and Histology 1 9 798

Electron Microscopy 1 8 000

Reproduction 16 275 981

Neurophysiology 9 128 499

Endocrinology 4 52 740

Agricultural Science 3 28 775

Veterinary Science 6 81 680

Applied Biology 1 10 950

O ther 1 16 650

TOTAL 202 3 585 448

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TABLE 4(contd)

CHEMI CAL S CIENCES

Category No value $

Chemical Energetics 17 421 905

Chemical Binding 9 178 806

Mechanisms of Reactions 23 505 919

Determ ination of Chemical Structures 15 607 608

Inorganic and Metal Chemistry 32 547 638

Chemistry of Catalysis 8 121 994

Electrochemistry 7 111 133

Environmental and Analytical Chemistry 6 109 053

Polymer and Colloid Chemistry 20 350 575

Industrial and M ineral Chemistry 3 36 230

Biological Chemistry 10 183 185

Medical Chemistry 7 100 046

Organic Chemical Synthesis 22 389 700

Chemistry of Natural Organic Substances 9 111 931

O ther 12 307 472

TOTAL 200 4 083 195

EARTH S CIENCES

Category No value $

Crystallography and Mineralogy 5 72 826

Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology 16 339 494

Sedimentology (including sedimentary geochem istry) 7 75 739

Genesis of O re Deposits 12 196 741

Exploration Geochem istry 1 10 000

Geochronology and Isotopic Geochem istry 12 162 455

Structural Geology and Regional Geology 15 188 987

Solid Earth Geophysics 9 187 500

Marine Geology and Geophysics 1 8 000

Physical Oceanography 1 18 200

Invertebrate Palaeontology, Palaeobotany and Stratigraphy 17 186 228

Vertebrate Palaeontology 8 129 200

Geomorphology 5 19 300

Quaternary Geology 7 119 968

Soil Science and Hydrology 9 104 050

Organic Geochem istry (including fossil fuels) 2 10 000

Exploration Geophysics 4 71 411

O ther 5 70 754

TOTAL 136 1 970 853

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TABLE 4(contd)

ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCES

Category No value $

Civil Engineering (General) 1 12 000

Civil Engineering (Structures) 18 327 365

Soil and Rock Mechanics 2 37 000

Water and Sanitary Engineering 4 64 833

Building Science and Architecture 3 64 200

Mechanical Engineering (General) 2 54 380

Applied Mechanics 5 72 948

Riant and Rower 1 13 000

Materials and Manufacturing Processes 8 275 098

Fluid Mechanics 26 735 877

Heat and Thermodynamics 4 104 999

Aerospace Engineering 1 25 000

Industrial Engineering and Management 1 7 000

Metallurgy 18 324 714

Electrical Engineering (General) 1 12 000

Electric Power 1 36 251

Communications 3 51 941

Electronic Devices and Circuits 5 98 014

Control and Systems 4 128 768

Computer Science and Data Processing (General) 4 68 256

Computer Hardware 4 95 212

Computer Software 6 99 068

Information Systems 2 33 734

Mathematics of Computing 5 88 520

Computing Methodologies 3 85 392

Chemical Engineering (General) 8 172 780

Chemical Engineering Processing 8 175 734

Biochemical Systems 2 49 137

Applied Science (General) 4 74 565

Applied Physics 9 143 386

Engineering Mathematics 2 29 000

Acoustics and Noise Control 3 78 028

Biomechanics 3 52 835

Surveying and Earth Resources 3 75 000

Environmental Engineering 1 8 000

O ther 10 205 467

TOTAL 185 3 979 502

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HUMANITIES AND ECONOMICS

TABLE 4(contd)

Category No value $

Classical Studies and Classical Archaeology 13 280 473

Asian Languages and Literature 2 17 363

English (including Australian and American Literature) 20 223 903

European Languages and Literature 6 61 736

Drama 1 18 225

Linguistics 16 278 642

Music and Fine Arts 18 278 663

Architecture 4 92 500

Philosophy 5 111 795

Anthropology and Prehistory 19 358 724

Australian History 23 223 045

British and European History 17 150 676

Asian and Pacific History 9 191 751

O ther Fields of History 9 90 553

Economics (except agricultural econom ics) 13 257 865

Accounting, Commerce and Finance 3 30 487

Economic History 4 67 750

Agricultural Economics 1 27 442

Education 6 81 230

Geography 2 13 950

Law 11 132 060

Political Science 10 109 999

Public Administration 1 32 990

International Relations 3 23 143

Industrial Relations 2 39 197

Other 8 195 480

TOTAL 226 3 389 642

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PHYSICAL S CIENCES

Category

TABLE 4(contd)

No value $

Mathematics 32 439 947

Theoretical Physics 15 310 700

Acoustics and Optics 9 85 935

Nuclear and Particle Physics 16 388 344

Atomic and Molecular Physics 23 585 152

Discharge and Plasma Physics 14 368 091

Condensed Matter Physics 33 620 571

Physics of the Ocean, Atmosphere, Ionosphere and Magnetosphere 19 335 589

Astronomy and Cosmic Rays 28 725 153

Instruments and Techniques 11 218 187

O ther 7 255 890

TOTAL 207 4 333 559

S OCIAL S CIENCES

Category No value $

Psychology of Individual Differences 4 62 420

Personality and Social Psychology 10 194 440

Learning, Memory and Perception 19 366 303

Comparative and Physiological Psychology 4 139 700

Psychometrics 3 58 421

Sociology 12 225 584

Social Work and Administration 1 13 000

Demography 6 94 325

Cross Cultural Psychology 1 11 500

Organisational Psychology 1 12 500

Psycholinguistics 7 113 895

Town Planning 2 27 200

Criminology 3 65 500

Psychopharmacology 5 125 875

Educational Psychology 5 71 974

Clinical Psychology 1 14 524

Experimental Psychopathology 3 33 350

Evaluation and Measurement 2 20 500

Counselling Psychology 1 17 000

Adult Development and Ageing 2 38 000

History of Psychology 1 15 500

Environmental Psychology 1 19 000

Neuropsychology 7 152 902

Family Studies 2 31 362

Cognitive Processes 10 225 150

Developmental Psychology 7 122 469

Mental Retardation 4 50 339

O ther 6 95 596

TOTAL 130 2 418 329

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TABLE 5

D istribution of fu n d s by research disciplines u n d e r h e ad s of expen d itu re.

i.e. Personnel (P), E quipm ent (E), M ain ten a n c e (M), Travel (T)

G R O U P P E M T TOTALS

$ $ $ $ $

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (M olecular biology and cell m etabolism )

2 808 782 280 578 664 295 11 787 3 765 442

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (Plant and anim al biology)

2 795 077 194 850 428 630 166 891 3 585 448

CHEMICAL SCIENCES 2 739 629 856 636 452 280 34 650 4 083 195

EARTH SCIENCES 1 331 351 274 250 200 648 164 604 1 970 853

ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCES

2 948 312 761 607 252 483 17 100 3 979 502

HUMANITIES AND ECONOMICS

2 571 929 16 050 341 174 460 489 3 389 642

PHYSICAL SCIENCES 2 186 397 1 212 905 575 339 358 918 4 333 559

SOCIAL SCIENCES 2 195 561 108 417 88 367 25 984 2 418 329

TOTALS 19 577 038 3 705 293 3 003 216 1 240 423 27 525 970

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c

r

GRANTS APPROVED FOR 1986

* new projects

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( M O L E C U L A R B I O L O G Y A N D C E L L M E T A B O L I S M )

B i o c h e m i s t r y a n d M e t a b o l i s m o f P l a n t s

Analysis of th e m echanism s a n d p a th w ay s of chemical reactio ns in w h o le plants, tissues a n d cells can yield a be tte r u n d ers tan d in g of factor s influencing plant g ro w th and th e susceptibility of plants to disease.

$

DR H. ADAM SON

(M acquarie University)

A NEW ENZYME IN THE CHLOROPHYLL 16 150

BIOSYNTHETIC PATHWAY OF FLOWERING

PLANTS. PROPERTIES AND PHYSIOLOGICAL

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE LIGHT-INDEPENDENT

PROTOCHLOROPHYLLIDE REDUCTASE

DR J.W. ANDERSON

(La T robe University)

LIGHT-DEPENDENT METABOLISM OF 19 550

DICARBOXYLIC ACIDS IN CHLOROPLASTS AND

PROTOPLASTS

DR C.A. ATKINS PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES 155 458

PROF. J.S. RATE

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia)

OF NITROGEN METABOLISM IN PLANTS

DR R.G. BIRCH

(Bureau of Sugar E xperim ent Stations)

M ODE OF ACTION OF ALBICIDINS AS 17 250

ANTIBIOTICS AND CHLOROSIS INDUCING

PHYTOTOXINS

ASSOC PROF. P.F. BROWNELL

(James C ook U niversity of N o rth Q u e e n sla n d ) THE ROLE OF SO D IU M IN C4 13 300

PHOTOSYNTHESIS

DR L. COPELAND

(U niversity of Sydney)

* CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM IN SOYBEAN 12 000

NODULES

DR M.J. DALLINC

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

INVESTIGATION OF PROTEIN DEGRADATION 25 300

IN PLANT CELL ORGANELLES

DR G.B. FINCHER CELL WALL DEGRADATION IN GERMINATING 26 612

(La T robe U niversity) BARLEY

DR K.R. GAYLER

(University of M elbourne)

* THE SYNTHESIS, PROTEIN STRUCTURE AND 11 300

GENE STRUCTURE OF THE STORAGE PROTEINS

IN LUPINUS ANGUSTIFOLIUS.

PROF. A. KERR

(University of A delaide)

BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF CR O W N GALL 7 500

CAUSED BY AGROBACTERIUM TUMEFACIENS

DR R.M .C.C. LILLEY

(University of W ollongong)

METABOLITE LEVELS IN THE CYTOSOL AND 22 300

M ITOCHONDRIA OF PLANT LEAF CELLS

PROF. B.V. MILBORROW

(University of N ew South W ales)

METABOLISM OF ABSCISIC ACID AND THE 27 700

REGULATION OF ITS CONCENTRATION

PROF. D.J.D. NICHOLAS

DR F A. SMITH

DR S.E. SMITH

(University of A delaide)

MECHANISMS AND SIGNIFICANCE OF NITRATE 55 268

AND AM M ON IUM ASSIMILATION IN THE

SYMBIOSIS BETWEEN VESICULAR-ARBUSCULAR

MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI AND HOST PLANTS

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B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( M O L E C U L A R B I O L O G Y A N D C E L L M E T A B O L I S M ) ( c o n t d )

B i o c h e m i s t r y a n d M e t a b o l i s m o f P l a n t s ( c o n t d )

PROF. L.G. RALEG

(University of A delaide)

DR G.M . POLYA

(La T robe University)

DR G.M . POLYA

(La T robe U niversity)

PROF. K.J. SCOTT

(University of Q u e e n sla n d )

PROF. K.J. SCOTT

DR D.J. MACLEAN

(University of Q u e e n sla n d )

DR F.A. SMITH

(University of A delaide)

DR D.H.B. SPARROW

DR R.C. LANCE

(University of A delaide)

PROF. B.A. STONE

DR G.B. FINCHER

(La T robe U niversity)

MR R.D. TEASDALE

(G ippsland In stitu te of A dvanced Education)

PROF. J.F. WILLIAMS

(A ustralian N ational U niversity)

DR J.T. W ISKICH

(U niversity of A delaide)

$

HORM ON AL PERTURBATION OF PHOSPHOLIPID 25 300

MEMBRANES

THE NATURE AND REGULATION OF PLANT 21 800

PROTEIN PHOSPHORYLATION

CYCLIC AMP METABOLISM AND CALCIUM- 20 789

MEDIATED PROCESSES IN PLANTS

PATTERNS OF PROTEIN SYNTHESIS 20 800

ASSOCIATED W ITH GENE SPECIFIC

RESISTANCE OF BARLEY TO THE POWDERY

MILDEW FUNGUS

NUTRITIONAL EFFECTS O N THE 21 800

REGENERATION OF PLANTS FROM

PROTOPLAST AND CELL CULTURES OF

CEREALS

LINKS BETWEEN METABOLISM AND ION 19 550

UPTAKE IN PLANT CELLS

THE APPLICATION OF BIOCHEMICAL 16 200

TECHNIQUES TO IDENTIFY GENETIC

VARIATION FOR THE QUALITY COM PONENTS

OF MALTING BARLEY W ITH PARTICULAR

REFERENCE TO THE BETA-GLUCAN:

BETA-GLUCANASE COMPLEX

CELL WALLS OF HIGHER PLANTS - 68 936

BIOSYNTHESIS OF POLYSACCHARIDE AND

POLYSACCHARIDE-PROTEINS

* PINE CELL M ANIPULATION IN VITRO: 10 000

STUDIES OF CELL NUTRITION AND METHODS

OF GENETIC IMPROVEMENT

* METABOLISM OF THE CARBON REDUCTION 14 500

PATHWAY IN SPINACH

ION MOVEMENTS AND PHOSPHORYLATION IN 22 100

M ITOCH ON DR IA AND CHLOROPLASTS

Biochemistry and Metabolism of Animals

An u n d e r s t a n d i n g of t h e m e c h a n i s m s a n d p a th w a y s of c h em ic a l r e ac tio n s in w h o l e animals, isolated anim al tissues a nd cells is esse nt ial to a d v an c in g k n o w l e d g e in animal nut rit io n a n d th e

t r e a t m e n t of dise as e.

DR M .H. CAKE ENDOGENOUS FACTORS M ODIFYING STEROID 10 000

(M urdoch U niversity) RECEPTOR FUNCTION

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B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( M O L E C U L A R B I O L O G Y A N D C E L L M E T A B O L I S M ) ( c o n t d )

B i o c h e m i s t r y a n d M e t a b o l i s m o f A n i m a l s ( c o n t d )

DR R.l. CHRISTOPHERSON

(U niversity of Sydney)

DR F.M. CLARKE

(Griffith University)

DR M R. EDWARDS

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

PROF. A.R. EGAN

(University of M elbourne)

DR G.R. FLANNERY

(La T robe U niversity)

$

METABOLIC EFFECTS OF INHIBITORS OF DE 3 600

NO VO PYRIMIDINE BIOSYNTHESIS UPON

MOUSE LEUKEMIA CELLS

* THE FUNCTIONAL DUALITY OF GLYCOLYTIC 23 000

ENZYME-ACTIN INTERACTIONS

THE REGULATION OF HEPATIC FATTY ACID 15 000

OXIDATION BY MALONYL-COENZYME A

METABOLISM OF AM IN O ACIDS IN SHEEP 13 700

THE ROLE OF NATURAL KILLER CELLS IN 3 000

REGULATION OF MYELOID AND LYMPHOID

DIFFERENTIATION IN THE MOUSE AND RAT

PROF. J.M .C.C. HOWELL

DR P R. DORLING

(M urdoch U niversity)

DR J.G. MCLEAN

DR M R. BRANDON

PROF. R.N.P. CAHILL

(U niversity of M elbourne)

PROF. I.T. OLIVER

(University of W e ste rn A ustralia)

GLYCOGEN METABOLISM IN CULTURED MUSCLE 21 700

FROM CATTLE AFFECTED BY GLYCOGENOSIS

TYPE II

ESSENTIAL FATTY ACID METABOLISM IN THE 21 800

FOETAL AND NEONATAL LAMB

DIFFERENTIATION OF FOETAL HEPATOCYTES 39 763

IN CULTURE: A BIOCHEMICAL AND

CYTOCHEMICAL STUDY

PROF. T.G. REDGRAVE

EMERITUS PROF. W.J. SIM M O ND S

(University of W e ste rn A ustralia)

* THE FUNCTION OF 2-M ONOACYL GLYCEROLS 18 700

IN REGULATION OF THE METABOLISM OF

THE PLASMA TRIACYLGLYCEROL-RICH

LIPOPROTEINS

Molecular Biology

This resea rc h pr o be s, a t t h e m o le c u la r level, th e expression a n d co n ti n u a ti o n of t he g e n et ic

information. It has p r o v e d useful in th e design o f ne w anti bi oti cs a n d will lead to b e t t e r m e t h o d s

for the p r o d u c t i o n of h o r m o n e s a n d o t h e r im p o r t a n t biological c o m p o u n d s .

DR P. BATTERHAM

(University of M elbourne)

THE MOLECULAR STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

OF THE LOZENGE LOCUS IN DROSOPHILA

MELANOGASTER

12 100

DR I.R. BEACHAM

(Griffith University)

A MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF L-ASPARAGINASE

GENES IN E COLI

43 611

DR L A. BURGOYNE

(Flinders University of South Australia)

* FUNCTIONAL AND STRUCTURAL ASPECTS

OF THE HIGHER ORDER STRUCTURE OF

CHROMATIN

28 975

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B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( M O L E C U L A R B I O L O G Y A N D C E L L M E T A B O L I S M ) ( c o n t d )

M o l e c u l a r B i o l o g y ( c o n t d )

$

DR B.E. DAVIDSON THE BIOSYNTHESIS OF REGULATION OF 28 000

(University of M elb o u rn e) TYROSINE AND PHENYLALANINE

BIOSYNTHESIS AND UPTAKE IN

ESCHERICHIA COLI K12

DR J.B. EGAN

(U niversity of A delaide)

CONTROL OF GENE EXPRESSION AND 74 239

DNA REPLICATION IN

COLIPHAGE 186

DR T. FERENCI DIRECTED GENETIC M OD IFICA TION OF THE 17 300

(U niversity of Sydney) BACTERIAL SURFACE

DR R.I.B. FRANCKI REPLICATION AND PATHOGENICITY OF SMALL 38 371

DR J.W . RANDLES

(U niversity of A delaide)

CIRCULAR RNAS IN PLANTS

DR A.J. HOWELLS

(A ustralian N ational U niversity)

* TEMPORAL AND TISSUE-SPECIFIC 20 000

REGULATION OF GENES INVOLVED IN EYE

PIGMENT SYNTHESIS IN DROSOPHILA

MELANOGASTER

DR L.E. KELLY ISOLATION OF GENES EN COD ING NERVOUS 21 000

(U niversity of M elbourne) SYSTEM PH OSPH OPROTEIN S FROM DROSOPHILA

DR P. LANGRIDGE EXPRESSING PLANT STORAGE PROTEIN GENES 17 500

(U niversity of A delaide) IN YEAST AND USE O F THE YEAST SYSTEM

TO STUDY PROTEIN ASSEMBLY AND

PACKAGING BY DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS

DR M.F. LAVIN * STUDY OF THE BIOCHEMICAL DEFECT IN 23 825

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) ATAXIA TELANGIECTASIA A HUM AN GENETIC

DISORDER

ASSOC PROF. H.B. LUKINS BIOGENSIS OF M ITO CH O N D R IA 32 500

PROF. A.W . LINNANE

(M onash U niversity)

DR A.G. MACKINLAY * CHARACTERISATION OF GENES EN COD ING 44 000

DR T.S. STEWART

(University of N ew South W ales)

BOVINE MILK PROTEINS

DR R.F. MARTIN USE OF A NEW PROBE TO COMPARE THE 28 943

(The C a n c e r Institute) CO NFO RM ATIO N OF DNA IN VITRO AND

IN SITU

DR S. MARZUKI STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF 28 750

PROF. A.W . LINNANE M ITOCHONDRIAL MEMBRANES

(M onash University)

DR P. NAGLEY EXPRESSION IN YEAST NUCLEUS OF GENES 12 700

ASSOC PROF. H.B. LUKINS ENCODING HYDROPHOBIC PROTEINS TARGETED

(M onash U niversity) TO M ITOCH ON DRIA

29

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( M O L E C U L A R B I O L O G Y A N D C E L L M E T A B O L I S M ) ( c o n t d )

M o l e c u l a r B i o l o g y ( c o n t d )

s

DR P. NAGLEY

(M onash U niversity)

INFORMATIONAL MACROMOLECULES IN 28 750

NUCLEOCYTOPLASMIC INTERACTIONS

PROF. I T. OLIVER

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia)

NUCLEASE SENSITIVITY OF INDUCIBLE 4 600

GENES IN CHROMATIN OF THE FOETAL RAT

LIVER

PROF. G.E. ROGERS

(U niversity of A delaide)

FACTORS INVOLVED IN THE EXPRESSION OF 16 000

AVIAN KERATIN GENES

MR J.W. SADLEIR

ASSOC PROF. P.E. HARTMANN

DR J.K. KULSKI

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia)

* HORM ONAL REGULATION OF EXPRESSION OF 6 000

THE CASEIN GENE IN THE MAMMARY GLAND

OF THE RAT

DR M.G. SCEATS

(University of Sydney)

FLUORESCENCE DEPOLARIZATION OF 6 000

SUPERCOILED DNA

DR R.D. SCHNAGL

(La T robe U niversity)

GENETIC AND ANTIGENIC VARIATION OF 1 500

ECHOVIRUSES

PROF. G.H. SCHREIBER

(University of M elbourne)

* REGULATION OF GENE EXPRESSION IN 31 752

HIGHER ANIMALS

DR V.A. STANISICH

(La T robe U niversity)

GENETIC AND MOLECULAR CHARACTERISATION 5 000

OF THE TRA 2 REGION OF THE BROAD HOST

RANGE PLASMID RP1

DR T.S. STEWART ORGANISATION AND EXPRESSION OF 15 500

DR A.G. MACKINLAY

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

EUKARYOTIC TRANSFER RNA GENES

DR H. STOKES * REGULATION OF GENE EXPRESSION IN 17 500

(M acquarie University) E.COLI BY TOPOLOGICAL CHANGES IN DNA

DR R.H. SYMONS

(University of A delaide)

* STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF VIROIDS AND 20 037

VIRUSES IN PLANTS

PROF. E.O.P. THOM PSON

DR A.R. TH OM PSO N

(University of N ew South W ales)

NUCLEIC ACID SEQUENCES CO D IN G FOR 16 000

OESTROGEN SULFOTRANSFERASE

DR J.N. TIMMIS

(University of A delaide)

ISOLATION AND NATURE OF GENES 17 250

ASSOCIATED WITH OBLIGATE PARASITISM

PROF. R.G. WAKE

(University of Sydney)

* STUDIES O N TERMINATION OF CH RO M O SOM E 84 048

REPLICATION AND INITIATION OF CELL

DIVISION IN BACILLUS SUBTILIS

DR J.C. WALLACE

(University of A delaide)

STRUCTURAL AND MECHANISTIC STUDIES 33 739

OF BIOTIN CARBOXYLASES BY

SITE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS

30

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( M O L E C U L A R B I O L O G Y A N D C E L L M E T A B O L I S M ) ( c o n t d )

M o l e c u l a r B i o l o g y ( c o n t d )

DR J.R.E. WELLS

(U niversity of A delaide)

VERTEBRATE HISTONE GENES: STRUCTURE,

EXPRESSION AND BIOLOGY

$

27 505

PROF. K.L. WILLIAMS

(M acquarie U niversity)

CLONIN G DEVELOPMENTALLY REGULATED CELL

SURFACE GENES IN DICTYOSTELIUM

DISCOIDEUM

22 500

Biochemistry of Reproduction

Kno w led ge of th e r e p r o d u c t i v e p r o c e s s e s in anim als is es sential t o th e d e v e l o p m e n t of reliable

m e t h o d s for b o t h t h e e n h a n c e m e n t a n d lim ita tio n of fertility, a n d for t h e t r e a t m e n t of s o m e

d iso rd e rs of t h e r e p r o d u c t i v e sys tem.

DR D.E. BROOKS

(U niversity of A delaide)

DR J.S.H. ELKINGTON

DR A.W . BLACKSHAW

(Griffith U niversity)

ASSOC PROF. P.M . STEVENSON

DR N .D. COSTA

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

Structure an d Infectivity of Viruses

Re search o n t h e g e n e t i c a r c h i t e c t u r e a n d c h e m i c a l c o m p o s it i o n of viruses th at infect p la n ts and

animals is basic to t h e d e v e l o p m e n t of m o r e ef fec tiv e m e a n s of co nt ro ll in g virus d is e as es in c ro p s

an d livestock.

DR J.M . WHALLEY STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OE EQUINE 19 000

ASSOC PROF. M. SABINE HERPESVIRUS GENOMES

ASSOC PROF. D .N. LOVE

(M acq u arie U niversity)

MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF PROTEINS 12 500

REGULATING POST-TESTICULAR SPERM

DEVELOPMENT

TESTICULAR LYSOSOMAL ENZYMES: THEIR 16 100

CONTROL AND RELATION TO GERM CELL

FUNCTION

BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES IN OVARIAN 28 019

DEVELOPMENT

Genetics of Animals and Plants

These s t u d i e s aim to p ro vi de an u n d e r s t a n d i n g of th e m e c h a n i s m s of in h er i t an c e of gen eti cal ly

d e t e r m i n e d f e a t u r e s in anima l a n d p l an t p o pu l at i o ns . They a r e of valu e in th e b r e e d i n g of m o r e

p r o d u c ti v e a n d di s e a s e resis tan t lives toc k a n d crops.

PROF. A. KERR

(U niversity of A delaide)

* T O CLONE A GENE FROM FLAX LINUM 31 941

USITATISSIMUM FOR RESISTANCE TO FLAX

RUST MELAMPSORA LINI

PROF. P.G. MARTIN

(U niversity of A delaide)

AM IN O ACID SEQUENCES OF PLANT

PROTEINS

DR D.R. SMYTH

MS A. LAVELLE

(M onash U niversity)

A DNA SEQUENCE ELEMENT DISPERSED

TH ROU GH THE GENOMES OF LILIUM SPECIES

31

The im m une response is the body's d e f e n c e system against infection by foreign organisms. Knowledge of its mechanism will facilitate the developm ent of vaccines and enable m ore rapid progress in the area of organ transplantation.

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( M O L E C U L A R B I O L O G Y A N D CE L L M E T A B O L I S M ) ( c o n t d )

B i o c h e m i s t r y o f t h e I m m u n e R e s p o n s e

$

DR S.B. EASTERBROOKSMITH MECHANISM OF ACTIVATION OF THE EARLY 15 000

(U niversity of Sydney) COM PONENTS OF THE CLASSICAL COMPLEMENT

PATHWAY BY RABBIT IM M UNOGLOBULIN G

* THE USE OF CAPRINE LENTIVIRUS 14 000

INFECTION AS A MODEL FOR THE

FEASIBILITY OF LENTIVIRUS VACCINES

Biochemistry of the Nervous System

DR W.F. ROBINSON

(M urdoch U niversity)

Analysis of t h e bi och em ica l re ac tio n s in t h e ne rv o u s sys tem is basic to o u r u n d e r s t a n d i n g of the

material basis a n d m ec ha ni sm of m e m o r y , a n d to th e d e v e l o p m e n t of m e t h o d s for th e t r e a t m e n t of

many d is or de r s of t h e ne rv ous sys tem.

DR R.A. RUSH NEURONAL SURVIVAL LACTOR(S) IN AVIAN 15 912

(Flinders U niversity o f South Australia) SM OOTH MUSCLE

Electron Microscope Techniques in Biology

These t e c h n i q u e s no t only p ro vi de in fo rm a tio n on a cellular a n d sub-c ellu lar a r c h i te c tu r e of living systems but, also, c an pe rm it th e lo cat ion of c h em ica l c o n s t it u e n ts with in cells.

DR J.c. LANNINC THE SUBSTRUCTURE OF ELASTIN AND

DR E G. CLEARY ELASTIC FIBRILLOGENESIS

(U niversity of A delaide)

DR C.B. GILLIES

(U niversity of Sydney)

ULTRASTRUCTURAL ASPECTS OF

SYNAPTONEMAL COMPLEX AND

MEIOTIC RECOMBINATION

DR A.T. MARSHALL

(La T robe U niversity)

METHODS OF QUANTITATIVE BIOLOGICAL

X-RAY MICROANALYSIS AND THEIR

APPLICATION TO PROBLEMS OF ION AND

WATER TRANSPORT IN ANIMALS

Biochemistry and Physical Chemistry of Proteins and Enzymes

21 0 0 0

15 200

52 843

Since e n z y m e s and o t h e r pr ot ein s a r e a m o n g s t th e mo st i m p o r t a n t m o lec u les in living sys tems de tailed in fo rm at ion on th eir p r o p e rt i e s is nece ssa ry to u n d e r s t a n d many basic biological proc ess es .

DR R.G. DUGGLEBY

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

THIAMIN-BINDING PROTEINS AS ENZYME 9 150

INHIBITORS

DR R.G. DUGGLEBY

(University of Q u e e n sla n d )

THE PROPERTIES OF HEXOKINASE IN THE 14 500

INTACT ERYTHROCYTE

DR M.E.H. HOW DEN

(M acquarie U niversity)

* TETANUS SYNTHETIC VACCINE AND THE 15 500

PRIMARY STRUCTURE OF TETANUS TOXIN

32

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( M O L E C U L A R B I O L O G Y A N D C E L L M E T A B O L I S M ) ( c o n t d )

B i o c h e m i s t r y a n d P h y s i c a l C h e m i s t r y o f P r o t e i n s a n d E n z y m e s ( c o n t d )

$

DR R.S. NO RTO N

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

CO N FO RM ATIO N OF POLYPEPTIDE CARDIAC 23 000

STIMULANTS

DR R.S. NORTO N

DR M.E.H. H O W D EN

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

* CO N FO RM ATIO N OF LETHAL NEUROTOXINS 12 500

FROM FUNNEL WEB SPIDER VENOMS

PROF. W .J. O'SULLIVAN ANALOGS OF PHOSPHORIBOSYLDIPHOSPHATE 16 100

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) AS PROBES OF THE

PHOSPHORIBOSYLTRANSFERASES

ASSOC PROF. B.N. PRESTON

DR W .D . COM PER

(M onash U niversity)

* DIFFUSIVE AND CONVECTIVE TRANSPORT IN 26 500

BIOLOGICAL AND M ODEL M ULTICOM PONENT

SYSTEMS

DR R.K. SCOPES

(La T robe U niversity)

IRON-ACTIVATED ENZYMES 22 175

PROF. E.O.P. TH O M PSO N

DR A.R. TH O M PSO N

(University of N ew South W ales)

A M IN O ACID SEQUENCES OF INVERTEBRATE 21 500

HAEMOGLOBINS

DR J.C. WALLACE

(University of A delaide)

STUDIES O N THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN 17 200

STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION (BOTH CATALYSIS

AND ALLOSTERISM) IN PYRUVATE

CARBOXYLASE AND OTHER BIOTIN ENZYMES

DR D.J. W IN ZO R PHYSICOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF 2 500

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) ENZYMES AND ENZYME MECHANISMS

PROF. B. ZERNER THE MECHANISM O F ACTION OF HYDROLYTIC 108 238

DR R.L. BLAKELEY

DR J. DE JERSEY

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

ENZYMES

Chemistry of Natural Organic Substances

Many c o m p o u n d s of p h a r m a c e u t ic a l v a lu e o c c u r naturally. I n f or m at io n o n their c h em ic a l f e at u r es can off er c lu e s as to h o w th ey m ig h t be m od if ie d in o r d e r to b e m o r e effec tive in th eir biological

action.

DR M E. TATE CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY OF T-DNA ENCODED 11 500

(U niversity of A delaide) END PRODUCTS

33

Microorganisms are widely used for th e production of industrial chemicals and c o m p o u n d s with biological activity. Studies of the factors controlling the grow th of microorganisms are of relevance in many areas e.g. food preservation, w a te r pollution, etc.

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( M O L E C U L A R B I O L O G Y A N D C E L L M E T A B O L I S M ) ( c o n t d )

B i o c h e m i s t r y a n d M e t a b o l i s m o f M i c r o o r g a n i s m s

$

ASSOC PROF. K.D. BARROW METABOLIC STUDIES IN E COLI NMR 4 000

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) SPECTROSCOPY

DR R.C. BAYLY REGULATION OF THE MICROBIAL 20 300

DR R.A. SKURRAY DEGRADATION OF XYLENOLS AND CRESOLS

(M onash U niversity)

PROF. A.D. BROW N OSMOREGULATION IN HALOTOLERANT ALGAE 20 200

DR R.M .C.C. LILLEY

(University of W ollongong)

ASSOC PROF. H.W . DOELLE SHORT CHAIN FATTY ACID METABOLISM IN 7 150

DR D P. HENRY YEAST

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

PROF. I.R. FALCONER INVESTIGATION OF THE TOXICITY OF THE 29 900

(U niversity of N ew England) BLUE-GREEN ALGA MICROCYSTIS AERUGINOSA

AND DEVELOPMENT OF A RADIOIMMUNOASSAY

FOR ALGAL TOXIN IN WATER SUPPLIES

DR L.R. FINCH GENETICS AND METABOLISM OF MOLLICUTES 22 000

DR B E. DAVIDSON

(U niversity of M elbourne)

DR B.R. GRANT THE REGULATION OF ZO OSPO RE DEVELOPMENT 19 600

DR A. LAWRIE IN FUNGI OF THE GENUS PHYTOPHTHORA

(U niversity of M elbourne)

ASSOC PROF. P.P. GRAY ROLE OF CYCLIC CONTROL PHENOMENA IN 25 000

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) REGULATION OF ANTIBIOTIC PRODUCTION

DR P.A. M ANNING » STRUCTURE OF THE O-ANTIGENS OF THE 23 000

DR J.W. REDM ON D LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDES OF VIBRIO CHOLERAE

(U niversity of A delaide) AND SEROTYPE CONVERSION

PROF. K.C. MARSHALL BEHAVIOUR OF M ICROORGANISM S AT 26 500

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) INTERFACES

PROF. B.V. M ILBORROW » THE BIOSYNTHESIS OF CAROTENOIDS 13 500

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

PROF. D I D. NICHOLAS » REGULATION OF DENITRIFICATION AND N2 13 206

(U niversity of A delaide) FIXATION IN A PHOTOSYNTHETIC

BACTERIUM RH OD OPSEUD OM ON AS

SPHAEROIDES F. DENITRIFICANS

DR T.l. QUICKENDEN INVESTIGATIONS OF ULTRAWEAK 18 000

(University of W e ste rn A ustralia) BIOLUMINESCENCE

34

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( M O L E C U L A R B I O L O G Y A N D C E L L M E T A B O L I S M ) ( c o n t d )

B i o c h e m i s t r y a n d M e t a b o l i s m o f M i c r o o r g a n i s m s ( c o n t d )

$

DR R.K. SCOPES

(La T robe U niversity)

THE BIOCHEMISTRY OF ETHANOL PR ODU CTION 5 300

BY ZY M O M ON AS MOBILIS

PROF. K.J. SCOTT *

DR D.J. MACLEAN

(U niversity o f Q u e e n sla n d )

SEARCH FOR SELECTIVE INHIBITORS OF 11 000

CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM IN THE WHEAT

STEM RUST FUNGUS

DR G .D. SMITH

(Australian N ational U niversity)

THE ENERGY METABOLISM OF CYANOBACTERIA 16 300

(BLUE-GREEN ALGAE) WITH EMPHASIS ON

STRESS CO ND ITIO NS

DR E. SMITH *

(M acquarie U niversity)

THE EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX OF 8 000

DICTYOSTELIUM DISCOIDEU M

Cell M e m b r a n e Biology

Animals a n d plan ts a r e m a d e of cells w h i c h a r e e n c l o s e d by m e m b r a n e s of highly spe cia liz ed

c h em ica l c o m p o s i t i o n . The fu n c ti o n o f t h e s e limiting m e m b r a n e s is to s e le c t su b s ta n c e s th at can

e n te r a n d lea v e cells. M e m b r a n e s w i t h in cells a r e involved in t h e p r o d u c t i o n of p ro te in s a n d o t h e r

su b s ta n c e s a nd in t h e t r ans mi ss ion of signals t h r o u g h o u t t h e b o d y .

PROF. H.G.L. COSTER

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

DIELECTRIC STRUCTURE AND ELECTRO 31 150

PHYSIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF

RECONSTITUTED AND CELL MEMBRANES

PROF. H.G.L. COSTER * THE SPATIAL STRUCTURE OF ELECTRO- 2 500

DR J.R. SMITH

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

CHEMICAL POTENTIALS AND MEMBRANE

PROPERTIES IN CHARA CORALLINA

ASSOC PROF. A.C. CROSSLEY

(U niversity o f Sydney)

SELECTIVE SEQUESTRATION, SORTING, AND 14 808

VESICLE TRANSFER, IN THE INSECT

NEPHROCYTE

DR D.C. ELLIOTT

(Flinders U niversity of S o u th Australia)

CYTOKININ ACTION AND CALCIUM TRANSPORT 17 150

CONTROL

DR T. FERENCI

(U niversity of Sydney)

THE GENETIC BASIS OF TRANSPORT 14 791

SELECTIVITY IN M ALTOPORIN

DR G.P. FINDLAY

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY OF PLANT M OTOR CELLS 16 150

DR G.P. FINDLAY *

(Flinders U niversity of S o u th Australia)

ION CHANNELS IN PLANT MEMBRANES 51 112

ASSOC PROF. J.M . GEBICKI

(M acquarie U niversity)

REACTIONS OF FREE RADICALS IN 17 300

MEMBRANES

PROF. E.M. MARTIN *

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

THE EFFECTS OF INTERFERON O N MEMBRANE 12 000

FUNCTION

35

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( M O L E C U L A R B I O L O G Y A N D C E L L M E T A B O L I S M ) ( c o n t d )

C e l l M e m b r a n e B i o l o g y ( c o n t d )

PROF. E.H. M ORGAN

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

THE BIOLOGY OF THE IRON-TRANSPORT

PROTEIN, TRANSFERRIN: INVESTIGATION OF

CELLULAR, DEVELOPMENTAL AND

COMPARATIVE ASPECTS OF ITS FUNCTION

$

40 750

DR G.B. RALSTON

(U niversity of Sydney)

THE MEMBRANE CYTOSKELETON OF THE RED

BLOOD CELL

19 000

DR P.J. ROGERS

DR M.R. BENDALL

(Griffith U niversity)

STUDY OF BIOLOGICAL PHENOMENA BY HIGH

FIELD NMR SPECTROSCOPY

19 800

DR W .H . SAWYER

(U niversity of M elbourne)

MOBILITY AND ORIENTATION OF MEMBRANE

COM PONENTS

31 347

DR R. SMITH

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

LIPID-PROTEIN INTERACTIONS IN BILAYERS

: EFFECTS OF LIPIDS O N POLYPEPTIDE

STRUCTURE AND M OTIO N

18 600

DR F.A. SMITH

(U niversity of A delaide)

* H + TRANSPORT AND THE REGULATION OF

INTRACELLULAR PH OF CHAROPHYTE PLANTS

39 711

ASSOC PROF. N.A. WALKER

(U niversity of Sydney)

MECHANISMS OF SOLUTE TRANSPORT IN

CHAROPHYTE PLANTS

67 127

DR G.E. WILCOX

(M urdoch U niversity)

MOLECULAR BASIS OF REOVIRUS-INDUCED

CELL FUSION

6 000

Biological Energy Conversion

In living sys tem s e n e r g y can b e c o n v e r t e d a n d st o r e d in va rious chem ica l forms. A maj or t h r u s t of

work in this a r ea is t o w a r d s an u n d e r s t a n d i n g o f h o w solar e n e r g y is t r a p p e d by living sys tem s and

how this c an t h e n b e m o r e efficiently c o n v e r t e d into a form su it abl e for use as fuel.

DR R.G. HILLER

(M acquarie U niversity)

* A NOVEL CRYPTOPHYTE PHYCOERYTRIN : ITS

STRUCTURE AND ROLE IN PHOTOSYNTHETIC

ENERGY TRANSFER

12 000

PROF. A.B. HOPE

DR D.B. MATTHEWS

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

PROTON AND ELECTRON TRANSPORT IN

CHLOROPLASTS

36 400

Genetics and Biochemistry of Marsupials

Australia has m an y ind ig en o us m ars upials a n d m os t are u n i q u e in t he animal world. It is essential that the biolog y a n d ev olutio n of t h e s e animals a r e investigated, since m an y are in d a n g e r of

extinction.

PROF. D.W . CO OPER X-INACTIVATION IN MARSUPIALS 25 221

(M acquarie U niversity)

36

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( M O L E C U L A R B I O L O G Y A N D C E L L M E T A B O L I S M ) ( c o n t d )

G e n e t i c s a n d B i o c h e m i s t r y o f M a r s u p i a l s ( c o n t d )

$

DR E.M. DEANE

PROF. D .W . C O O PER

(M acquarie U niversity)

* IM M UNOGLOBULIN ALLOTYPES AND 2 750

M OTHER-OFFSPRING RELATIONSHIPS IN

THE TAMMAR WALLABY

ASSOC PROF. M. MESSER

(U niversity of Sydney)

MILK CARBOHYDRATES OF MARSUPIALS 16 210

AND M ONOTREMES

Biochemistry of Insects

Insects c an b e pe sts as well as of b e n e f i t to b o t h living a n d non-living sys tems. Re se arc h in this

area will pr o v i d e in fo rm a tio n on t h e c o n tr o l of inse ct p o p u l a t i o n s as well as basic k n o w l e d g e of

their biology.

ASSOC PROF. M. SLAYTOR BIOCHEMISTRY OF TERMITES AND THEIR 19 750

(U niversity of Sydney) SYMBIOTIC FLORA

Genetics of Microorganisms

Mi c ro or g an ism s, pa rticularly b a ct er ia , a r e s ui ta bl e for stu d y in g f u n d a m e n t a l a sp e ct s of th e o r ga ni z at io n, ex pr es s io n a nd e x c h a n g e of g e n e t i c inf or ma tio n. O n e of t h e maj or th r u st s of w o r k in

this a r ea is t o w a r d s t h e d e v e l o p m e n t of b a c t e r i a suitable for t h e p r o d u c t i o n of c o m p o u n d s of valu e

to man.

DR D.E.A. CATCHESIDE THE REGULATION OF GENETIC 25 200

(Flinders U niversity of South A ustralia) RECOM BINATION AND STRUCTURE OF THE

ARO GENE CLUSTER IN NEUROSPORA

DR C.S. COBBETT THE REGULATION OF TYROSINE 12 100

(U niversity of M e lb o u rn e ) BIOSYNTHESIS IN THE BACTERIUM

ESCHERICHIA COLI

ASSOC PROF. N.W . DUNN * CLONING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF GENES 13 000

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) INVOLVED IN BIODEGRADATION OF STEROID

CO M PO U N D S

DR P R. FISHER

(La T robe U niversity)

PROF. B.W. HOLLOWAY

DR A.F. M ORGAN

ASSOC PROF. V. KRISHNAPILLAI

(M onash U niversity)

PROF. M.J. HYNES

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

DR J.M. KELLY

(U niversity of A delaide)

* GENETIC BASIS FOR PHOTOTACTIC 23 230

THERMOTACTIC CHEM OTACTIC AND

SPONTANEOUS TURNING BEHAVIOUR IN THE

CELLULAR SLIME M OU LD DICTYOSTELIUM

DISCOIDEUM

GENETIC ANALYSIS O F PSEUDOM ONAS AND 51 250

ITS APPLICATION IN THE GENETIC

EXPLORATION OF SELECTED GRAM NEGATIVE

BACTERIA

MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF GENE REGULATION 35 500

IN ASPERGILLUS NIDULANS

* INVESTIGATIONS OF GENE REGULATION IN 16 000

ASPERGILLUS NIDULANS AND ASPERGILLUS

NIGER

37

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND CELL METABOLISM) (contd)

Genetics of Microorganisms (contd)

ASSOC PROF. V. KRISHNAPILLAI

(M onash U niversity)

* GENETIC ANALYSIS OF PLASMID

PROMISCUITY

S

13 000

DR B.T.O. LEE

DR J. CAMAKARIS

(U niversity of M elbourne)

STUDIES O N THE GENETIC AND MOLECULAR

BASIS OF COPPER RESISTANCE IN

ESCHERICHIA COLI

9 500

DR D.G. MACPHEE

(La T robe U niversity)

STUDIES ON DNA REPAIR AND MUTAGENESIS

IN SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM

12 700

DR J.M. PEMBERTON

(University of Q u e e n sla n d )

THE GENETIC ANALYSIS OF THE

PHOTOSYNTHETIC BACTERIUM

RH OD OPSEUD OM ON AS SPHAEROIDES

38 000

DR J.M. PEMBERTON

(University of Q u e e n sla n d )

* MOLECULAR GENETIC ANALYSIS OF CLONED

CELLULASE AND AMYLASE GENES

12 500

PROF. A.J. PITTARD

(U niversity of M elbourne)

REGULATION OF AROMATIC BIOSYNTHESIS IN

ESCHERICHIA COLI K-12

57 444

DR P. REEVES

(University of Sydney)

OUTER MEMBRANE OF E COLI : ROLE OF

PROTEINS IN SPECIFIC MEMBRANE

FUNCTIONS

44 202

DR J.l. RO OD

(M onash U niversity)

CLONING AND GENETIC ANALYSIS IN

CLOSTRIDIUM PERFRINGENS

11 700

DR R.A. SKURRAY

(M onash U niversity)

MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF THE CONJUGATIVE

F PLASMID

39 252

PROF. K.L. WILLIAMS

(M acquarie University)

* PLASMIDS IN DICTYOSTELIUM DISCOIDEUM 25 000

Plant Cell Structure

By stu dying t h e cellular a n d sub -c ell ul ar f e a t u r e s of plants by light a n d e le ct ro n m icr o sc o p y as well as by tissue frac tio n at io n p r o c e d u r e s it is po ssible to assign specific biological roles to pa rticular str uctures.

DR A.E. ASHFORD CYTOCHEMICAL LOCALISATION OF ENZYMES 17 068

(University of N ew South W ales) AND OTHER PROTEINS IN BARLEY ALEURONE

AND OTHER PLANT TISSUES

DR R. WETHERBEE

(U niversity of M elbourne)

PERIPLAST STRUCTURE, ASSEMBLY AND 11 200

DEVELOPMENT IN CRYPTOM ONAD

FLAGELLATES *

DR R. WETHERBEE

(U niversity of M elbourne)

* SCALE MORPHOGENESIS, SECRETION AND 10 600

DEPLOYMENT: MODEL SYSTEMS FOR STUDYING

THE DEVELOPMENT OF PLANT CELL SURFACES

38

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND CELL METABOLISM) (contd)

Water and Nutrient Relations in Plants

Knowledge of the m echanisms of w a ter and nutrient uptake and transport in plants is of considerable significance in the area of plant grow th and nutrition. Studies in this area have the potential to assist in the selection of th e most appropriate crops for particular soil and climatic conditions.

$

DR E.W.R. BARLOW

(M acquarie University)

THE ROLE OF TU RGO R IN THE EXPANSIVE 19 000

G R OW TH OF HIGHER PLANT CELLS

DR G.E. CHANDLER

DR B.H. NG

(University of Q u e e n sla n d )

DISTRIBUTION OF MYCORRHIZAE IN A RAIN- 2 500

FOREST SUCCESSION AND AN ESTIMATION OF

THE NITROGEN CONTRIBUTIO N OF THE

FUNGUS IN THE SYMBIOSIS-PILOT PROJECT

PROF. R.F.M. VAN STEVENINCK

(La T robe U niversity)

Biological Nitrogen Fixation

M ICROPROBE ANALYSIS AND MECHANISMS OF 15 000

HORM ON AL REGULATION OF SALINITY

TOLERANCE IN PLANTS

All living sy s te m s are d e p e n d e n t u p o n a su pp ly o f n i tro ge n for g r o w t h a n d d e v e l o p m e n t . The

primary s o u r c e is a t m o s p h e r i c n i t r o g e n b u t it m u s t first b e 'fi x ed ' in an o r ga n ic for m for it to be

available to plan ts a n d animals. A fulle r u n d e r s t a n d i n g of t h e p r o c e s s of n itr o g e n fixation by

ba cteria a n d o t h e r o r ga ni s m s c o u ld r e d u c e o u r d e p e n d e n c e in a g r ic u lt u r e u p o n su p pl ie s of

nitrogen in t h e for m of fertilizers.

DR Y. BARNET

(University of N ew South W ales)

A STUDY OF THE NITROGEN-FIXING 12 900

BACTERIUM RH IZOBIU M INVOLVED IN

SYMBIOTIC ASSOCIATIONS W ITH ACACIA IN

AUSTRALIAN PLANT COM M UNITIES

ASSOC PROF. A.R. GLENN

PROF. M.J. DILW ORTH

(M urdoch U niversity)

METABOLISM AND CHEMOTAXIS IN RHIZOBIU M 42 202

DR P.M . GRESSHOFF

(A ustralian N ational U niversity)

* NITROGENASE REGULATION IN ISOLATED 11 500

BACTEROIDS FROM THE NODULES OF THE

LEGUME SIRATRO AND THE NONLEGUME

PARASPONIA

DR J.W . REDM ON D

DR M . BATLEY

(M acquarie U niversity)

O t h e r

SURFACE POLYSACCHARIDES OF RHIZOBIA 17 100

DR J.P. BARFORD

DR C. HARBOUR

(U niversity of Sydney)

• LARGE SCALE PR O D U CTIO N OF M ONOCLONAL 14 000

ANTIBODIES USING M ODEL CELL LINES

39

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND CELL METABOLISM) (contd)

Other (contd)

DR Y. BARNET

(U niversity of N ew S outh W ales)

* THE EFFECT OF SOIL WATER POTENTIAL ON

LEVELS OF ROOT-NODULE BACTERIA

(RHIZOBIUM AND BRADYRHIZOBIUM) IN SOIL

$

9 300

DR M.L. DYALL-SMITH

(U niversity of M elbourne)

* A SEARCH FOR AEROBIC ARCHAEBACTERIA IN

NON-EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS

3 000

DR J.A.M. GRAVES

(La T robe U niversity)

MAMMALIAN CELL HYBRIDS; CONTROL OF

GROW TH, MITOSIS AND CH RO M O SOM E

SEGREGATION

10 100

PROF. A.W . MURRAY

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

INHIBITION OF INTERCELLULAR

CO M M U NICA TION BY TUMOR

PROMOTERS

29 600

DR D.R. PHILLIPS

(La T robe U niversity)

* IN VITRO TRANSCRIPTION ASSAY OF

ANTICANCER DRUG-DNA KINETICS

20 000

DR G.H. ROSSMANITH

DR J.F.Y. HOH

(M acquarie U niversity)

CROSS-BRIDGE AND SARCOMERE DYNAMICS

DURING MUSCULAR CONTRACTION

23 612

40

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( P L A N T A N D A N I M A L B I O L O G Y )

Systematics and Taxonomy

Studies on t h e diversity of Australia's nativ e plants and animals, a n d their relations to o t h e r faunas and floras.

$

DR R. D O M R O W A TAXONOM IC REVISION OF THE LOWER 7 500

(Q ueensland In stitu te of M edical R esearch) TROM BIDIFORM MITES PARASITIC ON

AUSTRALIAN VERTEBRATES

ASSOC PROF. B.G.M . JAMIESON

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

THE OLIGOCHAETE GENERA OF THE W ORLD 19 466

(COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY, INCLUDING

TAXONOMY AND ULTRASTRUCTURE, WITH

EMPHASIS O N AUSTRALIAN SPECIES)

DR L.A.S. JO H N SO N

DR B.G. BRIGGS

SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION IN THE PLANT 15 000

FAMILY RESTIONACEAE

(Royal B otanic G ardens)

DR P.Y. LADIGES PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS IN 13 500

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e) EUCALYPTUS SUBGENUS M ONOCALYPTUS AND

ANALYSIS OF OPTIM AL CLASSIFICATION

DR D.K. MCALPINE * TAXONOM Y OF AUSTRALIAN DIPTERA: 12 500

(Australian M useum ) FAMILIES LAUXANIIDAE AND

TERATOMYZIDAE

DR T.A. MCMEEKIN * THE HETEROTROPHIC M ICROFLORA OF 30 443

(U niversity of Tasm ania) ANTARCTIC LAKES

DR C.J. Q U IN N

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

A CHEMICAL AND NUMERICAL REASSESSMENT 17 200

OF AFFINITIES OF THE SOUTHERN ELEMENTS

OF THE CUPRESSACEAE SENSU LATO

DR W .B. RUDMAN * A REVIEW OF THE HIGHER TAXONOM Y OF THE 6 000

(Australian M useum ) OPISTHOBRANCH MOLLUSC ORDER

NUDIBRANCHIA

PROF. I.W .B. THORNTON

(La T ro b e U niversity)

THE FAUNA OF THE KRAKATAU ISLANDS AND 15 000

THE SUNDA STRAIT REGION: A STUDY OF

COLONISATION

DR M.A. WHALEN

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

A SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY STUDY OF 11 500

THE AUSTRALIAN FRANKENIAS

PROF. H.B.S. WOMERSLEY A: COM PILATION OF A "MARINE FLORA OF 45 794

DR E M. WOLLASTON SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA"- PHAEOPHYTA AND

(U niversity of A delaide) RHODOPHYTA

B: TAXONOM IC REVISIONS LEADING TO

THE FLORA

41

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (PLANT AND ANIMAL BIOLOGY) (contd)

Genetics and Evolution

Studies on mechanisms of inheritance, and of change in species of animals and plants. The basis of developm ent of improved varieties of dom esticated species.

$

DR J. BALDWIN

(M onash U niversity)

STUDIES O N THE EVOLUTION OF MULTILOCUS 6 000

ISOENZYMES OF VERTEBRATES UTILIZING

AUSTRALIAN LAMPREYS

PROF. J.S.F. BARKER

(U niversity of N ew England)

FACTORS MAINTAINING BIOCHEMICAL 52 089

POLYMORPHISMS IN CACTOPHILIC

DROSOPHILA- A MULTIDISCIPLINARY

STUDY

DR P.R. BAVERSTOCK

MR M. ADAMS

MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETIC STUDIES OF 26 070

AUSTRALIAN LIZARDS

(South A ustralian M useum )

PROF. J.H. BENNETT

DR D.L. HAYMAN

GENETIC LINKAGE IN THE MARSUPIAL 21 860

SMINTHOPSIS CRASSICAUDATA AND ITS

DR R.M. HOPE

(University of A delaide)

EVOLUTIONARY IMPLICATIONS

DR D.A. BRISCOE

PROF. G.B. SHARMAN

(M acquarie U niversity)

POPULATION STRUCTURE, INTROGRESSION & 52 565

SPECIATION IN ROCK WALLABIES

DR H.C. COGGER

(Australian M useum )

EVOLUTION OF ELAPID SNAKES 34 225

ASSOC PROF. R.H. CROZIER

(University of N ew South W ales)

EVOLUTIONARY GENETICS, ESPECIALLY OF 63 238

SOCIAL INSECTS

ASSOC PROF. R.H. CROZIER

DR A.G. MACKINLAY

(University of N ew South W ales)

EVOLUTIONARY STUDIES O N VERTEBRATE 20 000

MITOCHONDRIAL DNA

DR J.R. FORD

(W estern A ustralian In stitu te of Technology)

SPECIATION AND HYBRID ZONES OF 2 500

AUSTRALIAN BIRDS

ASSOC PROF. R. FRANKHAM

(M acquarie U niversity)

NATURE OF QUANTITATIVE GENETIC 21 867

VARIATION

DR J.A.M. GRAVES

DR M. WESTERMAN

(La T robe U niversity)

MARSUPIAL AND M ONOTREME GENOME 24 350

EVOLUTION

DR D.L. HAYMAN GENETICAL STUDIES OF INCOMPATIBILITY 19 370

(U niversity of A delaide) IN PHALARIS COERULESCENS

PROF. W .D . JACKSON

DR J.B. KIRKPATRICK

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

THE EVOLUTIONARY SIGNIFICANCE OF 4 130

HYBRIDIZATION IN EUCALYPTUS WITH

PARTICULAR EMPHASIS O N THE DYNAMICS OF

SPECIES RANGE EXPANSION & CONTRACTION

4 2

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( P L A N T A N D A N I M A L B I O L O G Y ) ( c o n t d )

Genetics and Evolution (contd)

DR M.S. JO H N SO N SPECIATION AND PHYLOCENY IN PARTULA

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia)

DR G.C. KIRBY BREEDING SYSTEM ANALYSIS OF A SMUT

(Flinders U niversity of South A ustralia) (USTILAGINALES) POPULATION

ASSOC PROF. A.W .D . LARKUM

(U niversity of Sydney)

CLONING THE GENE FOR THE CHLOROPHYLL

A /B PROTEIN OF PROCH LORON

DR M.J. LITTLEJOHN

DR G.F. W ATSON

(U niversity of M e lb o u rn e )

SPECIATION IN THE LITORIA EWINGI

COMPLEX: PATTERN AND PROCESS

DR J. MARTIN

DR B.T.O. LEE

(U niversity of M e lbourne)

SEX DETERMINATION AND EVOLUTION IN

DIPTERA

DR S.W. MCKECHNIE

(M onash U niversity)

GENETIC VARIATION IN ALCOHOL TOLERANCE

AND ALCOHOL DEHYDROGENASE IN A WINERY

POPULATION OF DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER

DR J.A. MCKENZIE

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

SELECTION AND INSECTICIDE RESISTANCE

IN THE AUSTRALIAN SHEEP BLOWFLY,

LUCILIA CUPRINA

DR I.C. MURFET

DR J.B. REID

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

DR W .F. PONDER

(A ustralian M useum )

DR T.D. SCHWANER

(South A u stralian M useum )

DR J.A. SVED

(U niversity of Sydney)

DR R.W .G. WHITE

DR J.R. OVENDEN

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

PHYSIOLOGICAL GENETICS OF PISUM

* EVOLUTION AND RELATIONSHIPS OF

AUSTRALIAN HYDROBIIDAE (MOLLUSCA)

VARIATION AND EVOLUTION IN ISLAND

TIGER SNAKES (NOTECHIS SCUTATUS/ATER

COMPLEX) IN SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA

* THE POPULATION BIOLOGY OF P FACTORS

AND OTHER TRANSPOSONS IN DROSOPHILA

MELANOGASTER, THEIR RELATION TO HYBRID

DYSGENESIS AND EFFECTS O N FITNESS

* BIOCHEMICAL AND KARYOLOGICAL STUDIES

OF THE PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS OF

THE AUSTRALASIAN GALAXIID FISHES

$

24 765

15 250

8 000

15 500

18 282

24 827

16 469

53 351

8 498

15 300

19 0 0 0

4 450

4 3

Plant Physiology

Investigation of the processes involved in the growth and function of plants, with emphasis on the integration of these processes in the whole plant.

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( P L A N T A N D A N I M A L B I O L O G Y ) ( c o n t d )

DR A.E. ASHFORD

DR W .G. ALLAWAY

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

STRUCTURE AND PHYSIOLOGY OF PISONIA

GRANDIS MYCORRHIZAS

$

24 335

DR S.E. ASHMORE

(Griffith University)

STUDIES O N TU M O R INITIATION IN PLANT

CELLS

14 000

DR D.J. BITTISNICH

DR T.F. NEALES

(University of M elbourne)

COMPARATIVE ION-RELATIONS OF H + K +

AND CL- IN GUARD CELL PROTOPLASTS

12 017

DR A.C. DELVES

(A ustralian N ational U niversity)

* EXPRESSION OF GENE PRODUCTS IN

SUPER NODULATING (NTS) SOYBEANS

INVESTIGATED BY GRAFTING EXPERIMENTS

10 600

DR P. G O O D W IN

ASSOC PROF. N.A. WALKER

(U niversity of Sydney)

THE ROLE OF THE SYMPLAST IN LONG RANGE

TRANSPORT OF SOLUTES IN PLANTS

26 082

DR C.F. JENNER

(U niversity of A delaide)

TRANSPORT INTO THE CEREAL GRAIN 15 391

DR T.F. NEALES

DR D.l. BITTISNICH

(U niversity of M elbourne)

LEAF GAS EXCHANGE CHARACTERISTICS AND

THEIR M ODERATION BY SALINITY AND A

CAM-TYPE M ODE O F C 0 2 ASSIMILATION

12 764

DR I.A. NEWMAN

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

LIGHT-INDUCED ELECTROCHEMICAL CHANGES

OF HIGHER PLANT CELLS

5 100

DR C.E. OFFLER

(University of N ew castle)

* PATHWAY OF PHLOEM UNLOADING OF

PHOTOSYNTHATES

14 527

DR R.L. OVERALL

(University of Sydney)

* ROLE OF STEADY ION IC CURRENTS IN THE

DEVELOPMENT OF POLARITY IN PLANTS

27 500

DR W.A. SHIPTON

(James C ook U niversity of N orth Q u e ensland)

GROW TH AND NITROGEN FIXATION OF

FRANKIA

3 300

DR R.J. SIMPSON

DR M.J. DALLING

(University of M elbourne)

* AN INVESTIGATION OF THE ROLE OF

CYTOKININS IN THE DISTRIBUTION AND

UTILIZATION OF NITROGEN IN PLANTS

17 000

DR J.R. SMITH

(University of N ew South W ales)

INTER- AND INTRA CELLULAR TRANSPORT IN

PLANTS BY AC ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS

14 084

44

Animal Physiology

Studies on the chemical and physical m echanism s involved in the functions of animals and of their responses to environmental factors.

$

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( P L A N T A N D A N I M A L B I O L O G Y ) ( c o n t d )

DR S.M. ARMSTRONG

(La T robe U niversity)

CIRCADIAN PACEMAKERS IN AUSTRALIAN 20 088

MARSUPIALS

DR P.H. BARRY

(University of N ew South W ales)

IO N PERMEATION TH ROU GH SINGLE 23 600

END-PLATE CHANNELS IN MUSCLE FIBRES

ASSOC PROF. R.V. BAUDINETTE

ASSOC PROF. B.J. GANNON

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

STUDIES O N RESPIRATION OF ADULTS AND 31 675

PO U C H YOUNG OF THE TAMMAR WALLABY

M ACROPUS EUGENII

DR A.M. BEAL

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

* SALIVARY PHYSIOLOGY OF MARSUPIALS 17 220

PROF. S.D. BRADSHAW

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

PITUITARY-ADRENAL AND GONADAL FUNCTION 65 016

IN DESERT REPTILES

PROF. T.J. DAW SON

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY OF EMUS 16 500

PROF. T.J. DAW SON

(U niversity o f N ew South W ales)

* METABOLIC AND TEMPERATURE RELATIONS 45 687

OF MARSUPIALS AND MONOTREMES

DR A.A. GIDLEY-BAIRD

(U niversity o f Sydney)

IM M U N O PRO TECTIO N OF THE FOETUS DURING 25 000

PREGNANCY. THE ROLE OF PREGNANCY

PROTEINS, THE ENDOCRINE AND

COAGULATION SYSTEMS

ASSOC PROF. G .C. GRIGG

DR M.L. AUGEE

(U niversity of Sydney)

* PHYSIOLOGICAL ECOLOGY OF ECHIDNAS - 25 300

(TEMPERATURE, ENERGY AND WATER

RELATIONS)

DR D.F. HALES

(M a c q u a rie U niversity)

PHYSIOLOGY O F APHID POLYM ORPHISM 11 950

ASSOC PROF. R.A.B. HOLLAND

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

* COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY AND 10 000

BIOCHEMISTRY OF THE RESPIRATORY

PROPERTIES OF MARSUPIAL AND

OTHER BLOOD

DR A.J. HULBERT

(U niversity of W ollongong)

STUDIES O N THE EVOLUTION OF MAMMALIAN 17 000

ENDOTHERMY

ASSOC PROF. I.D. HUME

(U niversity of N ew England)

* DIGESTIVE PHYSIOLOGY AND NUTRITION OF 21 809

POTOROINE MARSUPIALS

ASSOC PROF. B.M. JOHNSTONE

DR D. ROBERTSON

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia)

COCHLEAR BIOPHYSICS & PHYSIOLOGY - 13 000

AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE MECHANICAL

ELECTROPHYSIO LOGICAL AND NEURAL

PROPERTIES O F THE INNER EAR

4 5

Animal Physiology (contd)

$

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( P L A N T A N D A N I M A L B I O L O G Y ) ( c o n t d )

DR P.D. MCINTYRE

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

* DESIGN OF SUPERPOSITION EYES: C O M M O N 12 585

PRINCIPLES, STRUCTURAL ADAPTATIONS

AND TIME OF ONSET OF FLIGHT IN DUNG

BEETLES

PROF. C.S. MOLYNEUX

(U niversity of Q u e ensland)

* AGEING OF THE SKIN M ICROCIRCULATION 13 500

DR D.L. MORGAN

(M onash U niversity)

COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF FAST TENSION 11 075

TRANSIENTS IN SINGLE VERTEBRATE MUSCLE

FIBRES

DR S.C. NICOL

DR C.D. STAHEL

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY OF THE FAIRY 27 602

PENGUIN

PROF. J.D. PETTIGREW

DR L.S. HALL

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

ULTRASOUND EMISSION AND RECEPTION 8 000

PROF. I.C. POTTER

DR D.J. MACEY

DR R.D. CO OK

ASSOC PROF. W .J. PENHALE

(M urdoch U niversity)

AN INTERRELATED STUDY O N THE 26 205

PHYSIOLOGY, ANATOMY AND ECOLOGY OF THE

SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE LAMPREY, GEOTRIA

AUSTRALIS GRAY

DR D.G. STEPHENSON

(La T robe U niversity)

CALCIUM MOVEMENTS AND REGULATION OF 23 421

CONTRACTILE RESPONSE BY CALCIUM IN

SKELETAL MUSCLE FIBRES

PROF. D.A. TITCHEN

DR L.H. HEYW OOD

(University of Sydney)

* THE ROLE OF VASOACTIVE INTESTINAL 13 500

PEPTIDE IN CONTROL OF GASTRO­

INTESTINAL FUNCTION IN THE PIG & SHEEP

PROF. A.B. W ARDROP

(La T robe U niversity)

CELL WALLS OF HIGHER PLANTS: THEIR 12 000

ULTRASTRUCTURE, FORM ATION AND GROW TH

ASSOC PROF. R.A. WESTERMAN

(M onash U niversity)

* SMALL CUTANEOUS NERVE FUNCTION- 15 500

MECHANISMS OF PRICKLE AND ITCH

ASSOC PROF. R.S. WYBURN

DR K.C. RICHARDSON

(M urdoch U niversity)

* A STUDY OF THE SLOW WAVE GRADIENT O N 14 000

THE SMALL INTESTINE OF THE TAMMAR

WALLABY MACROPUS EUGENII

46

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( P L A N T A N D A N I M A L B I O L O G Y ) ( c o n t d )

D e v e l o p m e n t a l B i o l o g y

The u nderly ing m ech an ism s of g ro w th , animal or plant. d e v e l o p m e n t and differentia tio n from fertilisation to m atu re

$

DR M.R. BRANDON

DR C.S. LEE

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

PLACENTAL ANTIGENS OF SHEEP 7 000

ASSOC PROF. D.F. DAVEY INTERACTIONS BETWEEN NERVE AND MUSCLE 12 000

DR J.F.Y. HOH DURING EARLY DEVELOPMENT AND

(U niversity of Sydney) METAMORPHOSIS IN THE AXOLOTL

DR K.E. DIXON * LOCALISATION OF GERM PLASM IN EARLY 7 500

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia) EMBRYOS OF XENOPUS LAEVIS

PROF. M.J. EDWARDS STRESS PROTEINS IN EMBRYONIC 13 000

DR W .S. WEBSTER

(U niversity of Sydney)

DEVELOPMENT

DR P.B. G O O D W IN

(U niversity of Sydney)

CHANGES IN CELL/CELL CO M M U N ICA TIO N IN 11 730

SH OOT APICES DURING PLANT

MORPHOGENESIS

ASSOC PROF. R.L. HUGHES STUDIES O N THE EMBRYOLOGY AND 2 900

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) REPRODUCTION OF THE MARSUPIAL DEVIL

SARCOPHILUS HARRISII

DR P.G. JOHNSTON

ASSOC PROF. E.S. ROBINSON

(M acq u arie U niversity)

X CH RO M O SO M E EXPRESSION DURING 11 271

MARSUPIAL EMBRYOGENESIS

ASSOC PROF. J. MCCREDIE

(U niversity of Sydney)

AN ULTRASTRUCTURAL STUDY OF ABNORMAL 11 000

LIMB DEVELOPMENT IN THALIDOMIDE-

EXPOSED RABBIT EMBRYOS

DR V.B. MORRIS

(U niversity of Sydney)

A MODEL OF O N TO G EN IC REGENERATION 2 385

DR D.C. POSKITT

DR M.A. BARNETT

(M onash U niversity)

THE DEVELOPMENT OF LYMPHOID TISSUES 10 400

AND IMMUNITY IN MARSUPIAL MICE

DR R.L. RAISON

(U niversity of Sydney)

* EVOLUTIONARY DEVELOPMENT OF LYMPHOCYTE 15 000

HETEROGENEITY

DR L.J. ROGERS

(U niversity of N ew England)

* FACTORS AFFECTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF 19 970

ASYMMETRY OF BRAIN FUNCTION

DR L. SELW OOD

(La T ro b e University)

EMBRYOLOGY OF MARSUPIALS WITH SPECIAL 15 816

EMPHASIS O N DASYURIDS

47

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( P L A N T A N D A N I M A L B I O L O G Y ) ( c o n t d )

Developmental Biology (contd)

$

ASSOC PROF. C. STRAZNICKY

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

THE FUNCTION AND INNERVATION OF LIMBS 13 750

WITH PERTURBED NERVE SUPPLY IN THE

CHICK

PROF. R.G. WALES

(M urdoch U niversity)

EMBRYO/MATERNAL INTERACTIONS DURING 12 500

EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF MAMMALIAN EMBRYOS

PROF. J. WARREN WILSON

(Australian N ational University)

MECHANISMS CONTROLLING THE SPATIAL 8 000

PATTERNS OF DIFFERENTIATING TISSUES

IN PLANTS

DR G.J.W . WEBB

DR M. BEAL

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

* SEX DETERMINATION IN CROCODILIANS 9 500

DR P.M. W HITINGTON

(University of M elbourne)

FORMATION OF NEURO MUSCULAR 21 076

CONNECTIONS IN THE LOCUST EMBRYO

Plant and Animal Ecology

The stu dy of t h e distr ibu ti on an d a b u n d a n c e of Australian plan ts a n d animals. The basis for decisions a b o u t c o ns e rv a tio n a n d e xp loi tat io n of o ur fauna, flora a n d landsca pe.

DR P.M. ATTIWILL MINERALIZATION AND CONSERVATION OF 18 814

DR M.A. ADAMS

(University of M elbourne)

NITROGEN IN AUSTRALIAN FORESTS

DR M.A. BROCK

(University of N ew England)

* ECOLOGY OF AQUATIC PLANTS IN 12 200

PERMANENT AND EPHEMERAL WETLANDS

DR C M. BULL

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

ECOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN 24 382

REPTILE TICKS AT THEIR PARAPATRIC

BOUNDARIES

DR A. COCKBURN

(Australian N ational University)

EVOLUTION OF PARENTAL INVESTMENT IN 16 300

ANTECHINUS SPP (MARSUPIALIA:

DASYURIDAE) W ITH EMPHASIS ON LITTER

SIZE, SEMELPARITY, SEX RATIO AND

DISPERSAL

DR B.G. COLLINS

DR R.D. WOOLLER

DR K.C. RICHARDSON

(W estern A ustralian In stitu te of Technology)

SEASONAL VARIATIONS IN ABUNDANCE, 19 000

FO O D REQUIREMENTS AND ENERGETICS OF

TARSIPES ROSTRATUS (SPENCERAE)

DR B.G. COLLINS

(W estern A ustralian In stitu te of Technology)

ENERGETICS OF RESOURCE SELECTION AND 9 000

POLLINATION BY NECTAR-FEEDING BIRDS

DR P.J. DOHERTY

(Griffith University)

LARVAL DRIFT, SUBPOPULATION SIZE, AND 28 358

GENETIC DIFFERENTIATION IN STOCKS OF

CORAL REEF FISHES FROM THE GREAT

BARRIER REEF

48

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( P L A N T A N D A N I M A L B I O L O G Y ) ( c o n t d )

Plant and Animal Ecology (contd)

DR G. ETTERSHANK

(M onash U niversity)

AGE PIGMENT ACCUM ULATION AS AN

ECOLOGICAL TO O L - BASELINE STUDIES ON

DAPHNIA CARINATA (CRUSTACEA)

$

16 000

DR B.J. FOX

(University of N ew South W ales)

INTERSPECIFIC CO M PETITION IN MAMMAL

AND ANT COM M UNITIES

15 500

DR B.J. FOX

DR D.B. CROFT

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

BEHAVIOURAL M ECHANISMS OF

INTERSPECIFIC CO M PETITION

10 748

DR P. GREGG

(U niversity of N ew England)

RESPONSES OF INSECTS TO FLUCTUATING

TEMPERATURES

10 254

ASSOC PROF. G .C . GRIGG

(U niversity of Sydney)

SATELLITE TRACKING OF KANGAROOS- PILOT

STUDY O N CAMELS

18 000

ASSOC PROF. H.F. HEATWOLE

DR M .D . LOW M AN

(U niversity of N ew England)

HERBIVORY IN EUCALYPT FOREST AND

RAINFOREST CANOPIES

28 235

DR R.S. HILL

DR G.S. HOPE

(U niversity o f Tasm ania)

* COMPARATIVE ECO-PHYSIOLOGY OF

NOTHOFAGUS SPECIES IN NEW GUINEA AND

AUSTRALIA

30 754

DR R.L. KITCHING

(Griffith U niversity)

CONSTRAINED MOVEMENT IN ANIMALS -

THEORY AND APPLICATION IN BIOCONTROL

24 410

DR J. KUO

PROF. J.S. PATE

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia)

SEED AND SEEDLING BIOLOGY OF CERTAIN

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN SANDPLAIN PLANTS

26 505

DR D. LAMB

(University of Q u e e n sla n d )

* PLANT NUTRIENT USE IN A PRIMARY

SUCCESSION

27 500

DR B.B. LAMONT

(W estern A u stralian In stitu te of T echnology)

BIOMASS AND NUTRIENT ALLOCATION IN A

WESTERN AUSTRALIAN HEATHLAND

16 317

DR B.B. LAMONT

(W estern A u stralian In stitu te of Technology)

* POPULATION ECOLOGY OF BANKSIAS IN

SOUTHWESTERN AUSTRALIA

11 500

PROF. J.V. LOVETT

MR N .W . DAVIES

(U niversity of T asm ania)

* CHEMICAL INTERFERENCE BETWEEN PLANTS 16 230

DR D.A. MACKAY

(Flinders U niversity of South A ustralia)

* THE EFFECTS OF PEDATORY ANTS ON THE

POPULATION DYNAMICS OF INSECT

HERBIVORES IN EUCALYPT FORESTS

10 400

49

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( P L A N T A N D A N I M A L B I O L O G Y ) ( c o n t d )

P l a n t a n d A n i m a l E c o l o g y ( c o n t d )

ASSOC PROF. J.S. MACKENZIE

ASSOC PROF. A.J. M CCOM B

DR B.J. CHANG

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia)

DR A.W. MEATS

(U niversity of Sydney)

DR P.J. MYERSCOUGH

(U niversity of Sydney)

DR G.H. PYKE

(A ustralian M useum )

ASSOC PROF. B.N. RICHARDS

(U niversity of N ew England)

DR R.W. ROGERS

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

ASSOC PROF. P.F. SALE

(U niversity of Sydney)

DR P.M. SELKIRK

DR M. WESTOBY

(M acquarie University)

DR R. SHINE

(U niversity of Sydney)

PROF. R.L. SPECHT

(U niversity of Q u e ensland)

DR D.S. TEAKLE

DR A.C. HAYWARD

DR I.C. MACRAE

(U niversity of Q u e ensland)

DR A.J. UN DERW OO D

(University of Sydney)

DR R.T. WELLS

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

MICROBIOLOGY OF LIVING STROMATOLITES

IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA WITH SPECIAL

REFERENCE TO LAKE CLIFTON

THE PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS OF THE

MIGRATION AND HOST-SEEKING BEHAVIOUR

OF THE QUEENSLAND FRUIT FLY

* INTERACTIVE EFFECTS OF DENSITY AND

LEVEL OF MINERAL NUTRIENTS O N YIELD

AND ALLOMETRY IN EVEN-AGED POPULATIONS

OF PLANTS

DISTRIBUTION, ABUNDANCE AND MOVEMENTS

OF HONEYEATERS

MINERALIZATION PATTERNS IN FOREST

ECOSYSTEMS

STRATEGIES AND SUCCESSION IN

CONTRASTING EPIPHYTIC LICHEN

COMMUNITIES

* ECOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF ASSEMBLAGES

OF CORAL REEF FISHES

CONTROL OF OVULE ABORTION UNDER

RESOURCE LIMITATION IN SEED PLANTS

* EVOLUTIONARY CAUSES OF SEXUAL

DIMORPHISM

SEASONAL GROW TH AND PHOSPHORUS

NUTRIENT ECONOM Y IN PLANT COMMUNITIES

ON NUTRIENT-POOR AND NUTRIENT-RICH

SOILS

THE NATURE AND IMPORTANCE OF THE

ALIMENTARY TRACT MICROFLORA OF ADULT

FRUIT FLIES

ECOLOGY OF INTERTIDAL COMMUNITIES

THE RESPONSE OF SEMI-ARID ZONE

VEGETATION TO GRAZING A N D /O R BROWSING

BY MARSUPIAL AND EUTHERIAN HERBIVORES

37 498

$

16 500

10 600

15 500

26 904

8 585

27 233

8 250

31 617

17 750

13 500

39 131

8 850

50

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( P L A N T A N D A N I M A L B I O L O G Y ) ( c o n t d )

Plant and Animal Ecology (contd)

$

DR M. WESTOBY

(M acquarie University)

RAINFALL PREDICTABILITY AND 23 500

COMPETITIVE D O M IN AN CE A M O N G ARID-ZONE

EPHEMERALS

DR R.J. WHELAN

(U niversity of W ollongong)

COM PETITION A M O N G PLANTS FOR 16 000

POLLINATION

Animal Behaviour

The r e a c ti o n s of an im a ls to th ei r s u r r o u n d i n g s a n d to o n e a n o t h e r a n d t h e physiological pr o c es s es

by w h ic h t h e s e r e a c ti o n s a r e a c h i e v e d .

DR W .J. BAILEY

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

MATE LOCATION AND SEXUAL COM PETITION 44 568

IN ACOUSTIC ORTHOPTERA (TETTIGONIIDAE)

DR R.A. BRADLEY

(U niversity of Sydney)

CULTURAL TRANSMISSION OF SO NG ELEMENTS 11 385

IN THE GREY SHRIKE-THRUSH

COLLURICINCLA HARM ONICA

DR D.B. CROFT

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

SPATIAL RELATIONSHIPS AND SOCIAL 11 404

INTERACTIONS OF ARID ZONE KANGAROOS

DR P.J. JARMAN

(U niversity of N ew England)

SOCIAL AND REPRODUCTIVE STRATEGIES OF 22 500

SYMPATRIC M A C RO PO D ID S

PROF. R.E. JONES

(Jam es C o o k U niversity of N o rth Q u e e n sla n d )

DISCRIMINATORY BEHAVIOUR OF PIERID 44 835

BUTTERFLIES

PROF. J. KIKKAWA

DR C. CATTERALL

(U niversity o f Q u e e n sla n d )

EFFECTS OF FOSTER PARENTS O N AGONISTIC 30 630

BEHAVIOUR OF YO UN G SILVEREYES IN

NATURAL FLOCKS

DR H.A. MARIATH

(A ustralian N ational U niversity)

* GENETIC DISSECTION OF LEARNING 13 000

PROF. W .R .A . M UNTZ

(M onash U niversity)

* A BEHAVIOURAL AND OPTICAL STUDY OF 13 216

VISUAL RESOLUTION AND SENSITIVITY IN

CEPHALOPODS

DR L.C. W ARD

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

* FO O D DEPRIVATION - INDUCED EXERCISE. A 10 000

SELF DESTRUCTIVE ADJUNCTIVE BEHAVIOUR

DR D P. W O O D SID E

(Private)

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE ECHOLOCATION 21 860

STRATEGIES USED BY COEXISTING SPECIES

OF BATS

DR R.A. ZANN

(La T robe U niversity)

MATING SYSTEMS AND SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF 18 870

FREE-LIVING ZEBRA FINCHES IN SOUTH­

EASTERN AND CENTRAL AUSTRALIA

51

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( P L A N T A N D A N I M A L B I O L O G Y ) ( c o n t d )

L i m n o l o g y

The study of Australia's inland w a ters a n d th e animals a n d plants th at inhabit them. The basis for cons ervatio n and exploitation.

$

DR P.S. LAKE

(M onash U niversity)

* THE EFFECTS OF DISTURBANCE O N 11 170

STREAM MACROINVERTEBRATES

DR R.J. SHIEL

DR G.G. GANF

(U niversity of A delaide)

* GRAZING/RESOURCE PARTITIONING BY 33 905

ZOOPLANKTON

DR P.A. TYLER

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

Marine Biology

MICROSTRATIFICATION AND CREPUSCULAR 15 000

PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN M EROM ICTIC LAKES

OF THE G O R D O N RIVER BASIN, TASMANIA

Basic s tu di es of t h e diversity of p la n ts a n d an imals in th e sea, their pro d u cti v ity a n d th e

re lationships b e t w e e n th em .

ASSOC PROF. R. ENDEAN

DR A.M. CAM ERON

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

TOXINOLOGY OF MARINE ANIMALS 34 792

ASSOC PROF. J.G. GREEN W O OD ECOLOGICAL IMPORTANCE OF PATTERNING IN 10 000

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) THE EMERGENCE OF ZOOPLANKTON AND

EXAMINATION OF THE FACTORS W HICH

INFLUENCE THESE PATTERNS

PROF. D.J. GRIFFITHS * ALGAL-INVERTEBRATE SYMBIOSES IN 8 500

DR T. LUONG-VAN

(James C ook U niversity of N orth Q u e e n sla n d )

TROPICAL MARINE WATERS

ASSOC PROF. A.W . LARKUM PROKARYOTIC ALGAL SYMBIONTS ON A CORAL 9 000

DR G.C. COX

(U niversity of Sydney)

Parasitology and Plant Pathology

REEF

Many animals an d plants are in fe ste d by o t h e r organisms; t h e s e p ro je c ts aim to u n d e r s t a n d the

c o n s e q u e n c e s of this relationship.

PROF. C. BRYANT

DR C.A. BEHM

* ORIGINS AND SIGNIFICANCE OF 26 543

BIOCHEMICAL STRAIN VARIATION IN

(Australian N ational U niversity) PARASITIC HELMINTHS

PROF. B.J. DEVERALL

(University of Sydney)

ELICITATION OF HYPERSENSITIVITY IN 28 245

RUST/WHEAT INTERACTIONS

PROF. C. DOBSON

(University of Q u e e n sla n d )

GENETIC CONTROL OF RESISTANCE TO 23 500

PARASITES IN MICE

52

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( P L A N T A N D A N I M A L B I O L O G Y ) ( c o n t d )

P a r a s i t o l o g y a n d P l a n t P a t h o l o g y ( c o n t d )

$

PROF. C. DO BSO N

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

INTESTINAL PARASITISM, CELL AND 7 200

ANTIBODY MEDIATED IMMUNITY

DR D.l. GUEST CHEMICALLY-INDUCED HOST RESISTANCE IN 14 500

(U niversity of M elbourne) THE CO W PEA /PH Y TO PH TH O R A VIGNAE

INTERACTION

DR A.C. HAYWARD

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

CHARACTERIZATION AND CULTURE OF 10 750

BACILLUS PENETRANS, AN OBLIGATE

PARASITE OF R O O T KNOT NEMATODES

(MELOIDOGYNE SPP )

DR J.A.G. IRW IN

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

GENETICS AND INFECTION PROCESSES OF 17 700

ANTHRACNOSE DISEASES OF STYLOSANTHES

SPECIES

DR B.J. MACAULEY

(La T ro b e U niversity)

EFFECTS OF RELATIVE HUMIDITY, 3 630

SUBSTRATE MOISTURE CONTENT AND

TEMPERATURE O N CO LON IZATION AND

DECOM PO SITIO N OF EUCALYPTUS LEAF

LITTER BY FUNGI

EMERITUS PROF. W .P. ROGERS

(U niversity of A delaide)

THE FUNCTION OF JUVENILE H O RM ON E 28 079

IN THE LIFE CYCLE O F NEMATODES

ASSOC PROF. K. ROHDE

(U niversity of N ew England)

ECOLOGY OF MARINE PARASITES 13 245

DR K. SIVASITHAMPARAM

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

THE ECOLOGY AND CHARACTERIZATION OF 11 000

SOFT-ROT ERWINIAS AFFECTING POTATO

CROPS IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA

EMERITUS PROF. J.F.A. SPRENT

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

STUDIES O N ASCARIDOID NEMATODES 2 700

DR R.C.A. TH OM PSO N

(M urdoch University)

BIOLOGY AND SPECIATION O F THE CESTODE 25 233

PARASITE EC HINO COC CUS

ASSOC PROF. H.J. WILLETTS

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

STUDIES O N SCLEROTIAL GERMINATION OF 15 000

SPECIES OF THE FUNGAL GENERA

SCLEROTINIA, M ONILINIA AND BOTRYTIS

Anatomy and Histology

The s t u d y of t h e or ga n s a nd t iss u e s of o r g a ni s m s with p a rti cu la r r e fe r e n c e to s t r u c t u r e a n d the

loca lizatio n of c h em ica l r e ac tio ns w i t h in th e tissues.

DR P.P. GIO RGI * FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION OF THE RETINA 9 798

PROF. J.D. PETTIGREW

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

OF MEGACHIROPTERA

53

Electron Microscopy

Studies that rely predominantly on the use of scanning and transmission electron microscopes for structure and function in animals and plants.

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( P L A N T A N D A N I M A L B I O L O G Y ) ( c o n t d )

$

ASSOC PROF. K. ROHDE

(U niversity of N ew England)

* ULTRASTRUCTURE OF PARASITIC AND FREE- 8 000

LIVING PLATYHELMINTHES

Reproduction

Studies c o n c e r n e d wi th t h e p a re n ta l c o n t r i b u t io n to th e p r o c e s s e s of g a m e t e for m ati on, fertilization and n u r t u r e of th e offspring du ri ng its d e v e l o p m e n t , an d with t h e en v ir o n m en t a l a n d physiological factors th a t af fec t r e p ro d u c t io n .

DR A.W . BLACKSHAW

DR L. MARTIN

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

REPRODUCTION IN FLYING FOXES OF THE 18 406

GENUS PTEROPUS IN SOUTH EAST

QUEENSLAND

DR D.E. BROOKS

(U niversity of A delaide)

* ANALYSIS OF SPERM SURFACE RECEPTORS 20 000

RESPONSIBLE FOR GAMETE RECOGNITION

AND FUSION

DR N.W . BRUCE

DR G.T. MEYER

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia)

QUANTITATIVE PHYSIOLOGICAL AND 24 224

HISTOLOGICAL STUDIES ON THE OVARIAN

VASCULATURE AND ITS RELATION TO

OVARIAN STEROIDOGENESIS

DR M .N. CLAYTON STUDIES O N THE REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF 17 350

(M onash U niversity) BROW N ALGAE

DR E.G. CRICHTON REGULATORY MECHANISMS OF SPERMATOZOA 8 400

(U niversity of A delaide) LONGEVITY IN HIBERNATING BATS

DR B.T. FIRTH PINEAL INVOLVEMENT IN ENVIRONMENTAL 8 000

(U niversity of A delaide) CONTROL OF ANNUAL TESTICULAR CYCLES IN

THE LIZARD TRACHYDOSAURUS RUGOSUS

DR R.T. GEMMELL * THE LOCALISATION AND ROLE OF OXYTOCIN 17 500

DR C. SERNIA IN THE CORPUS LUTEUM

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

DR R.T. GEMMELL * HORM ONAL CONTROL OF REPRODUCTION AND 18 000

DR C. SERNIA DEVELOPMENT IN MARSUPIALS

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

ASSOC PROF. R.C. JONES REGULATION OF THE FUNCTIONS OF THE 13 500

PROF. B.P. SETCHELL INITIAL SEGMENT OF THE EPIDIDYMIS

(University of N ew castle)

PROF. R.B. KNOX REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF AUSTRALIAN 10 000

MR B.R. MASLIN ACACIAS

(U niversity of M elbourne)

54

Reproduction (contd)

$

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( P L A N T A N D A N I M A L B I O L O G Y ) ( c o n t d )

DR L. MARTIN

(University of Q u e e n sla n d )

* INTERACTIONS BETWEEN EMBRYOS AND 9 000

MYOMETRIUM DU RING EMBRYO SPACING

DR C.R. MURPHY

(University of Sydney)

* D O PLASMA MEMBRANE LIPIDS O F UTERINE 12 137

EPITHELIAL CELLS CHANGE DURING

IMPLANTATION IN THE RAT ?

DR J.D. O'SHEA

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

FUNCTION OF GRANULAR CELLS IN THE 14 000

MATERNAL PLACENTA

PROF. B.P. SETCHELL

(U niversity of A delaide)

THE PATTERN OF ESTABLISHMENT OR 29 751

RE-ESTABLISHMENT O F SPERMATOGENESIS

ALONG THE LENGTH OF A SEMINIFEROUS

TUBULE

PROF. R.V. SHORT

(M onash U niversity)

THE CONTROL OF REPRODUCTION IN 41 155

FEMALE MARSUPIALS

DR P.A. WOOLLEY

(La T robe U niversity)

RELATIONSHIPS AND PATTERNS OF 14 558

REPRODUCTION O F PAPUA NEW GUINEAN

DASYURIDS

Neurophysiology

That part of an im al physiol og y c o n c e r n e d wi th t h e p r o p a g a t i o n of im p u lse s in e xc it abl e cells an d

the i n te gr at iv e fu n c ti o n of su ch cells in t h e c e n t r a l n e r v o u s sys tem .

PROF. A. HUGHES

(N ational V ision R esearch In stitu te of A ustralia)

* THE PR O D U CTIO N OF M ONOCLONAL ANTI- 22 000

BODIES T O SPECIFIC CLASSES O F RETINAL

CELLS AND THEIR USE AS A TOOL FOR

INVESTIGATION OF THE VISUAL SYSTEM

DR I.D. LAWN

(University of Q u e e n sla n d )

THE CONTROL OF BEHAVIOUR IN SPONGES 18 582

AND AN TH OZO ANS AND ITS BEARING O N THE

ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF NERVOUS

SYSTEMS

DR D.L. MACMILLAN

(U niversity of M elbourne)

NEURAL MECHANISMS IN THE CRAYFISH 19 700

VENTRAL NERVE C O R D

DR I.R. NEERING

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

CALCIUM MOVEMENTS IN CULTURED 14 000

MAMMALIAN NEURONES

ASSOC PROF. M.J. ROWE

DR B. FREEMAN

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

ANATOMY PHYSIOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT OF 22 209

SOMATOSENSORY PATHWAYS

PROF. D.C. SANDEMAN

(University of N ew S outh W ales)

BRAIN AND BEHAVIOUR IN THE 13 250

INVERTEBRATES: AN ELECTRO PHYSIOLOGICAL

STUDY OF THE ACTION OF NEURONS IN THE

CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM OF ARTHROPODS

55

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( P L A N T A N D A N I M A L B I O L O G Y ) ( c o n t d )

N e u r o p h y s i o l o g y ( c o n t d )

$

PROF. D.C. SANDEMAN NEUROBIOLOGY OF RESPIRATORY MOVEMENTS 5 258

DR P. GREENAWAY IN HOLTHUISANA TRANSVERSA, A

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) TERRESTRIAL CRAB

DR K.J. SANDERSON

(Flinders U niversity of S outh Australia)

DEVELOPMENT AND CONNECTIONS OF THE 2 000

SENSORIMOTOR AND VISUAL SYSTEMS IN THE

BRAIN OF THE BRUSHTAILED POSSUM

DR W .R. WEBSTER NEURAL SYSTEMS INVOLVED IN AUDITORY 11 500

(M onash University) AND VISUAL SPATIAL LOCALIZATION

Endocrinology

The synthesis, s e c re tio n , t ra n s po rt a n d r e c e p ti o n of h o r m o n e s with in th e organism for the integr ati on and c o n tr o l of physiological proc ess es .

DR J.R. BASSETT

(M acquarie University)

STORAGE AND RELEASE OF CORTICOSTERONE 5 240

FROM THE ADRENAL CORTEX

DR A.R. BOURNE TESTICULAR STEROIDS AND THEIR FUNCTION 16 500

DR T.C. WATSON IN REPTILES

(D eakin University)

DR P.A. JANSSENS

(Australian N ational University)

THE EVOLUTION OF HORM ONAL REGULATION 18 000

OF CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM IN THE

VERTEBRATES

DR B. ROBERTS THE NATURE OF PTTH SYNTHESIS AND 13 000

(M onash University) RELEASE IN FLESH FLIES

Agricultural Science

Studies c o n c e r n e d p r e d o m i n a n t l y wi th anim als or plants used to p r o d u c e food or fibre in ag riculture.

DR R. ELLIOTT THE EFFECT OF CHEMICAL CONSTITUENTS IN 9 500

ASSOC PROF. B.W. NORTON

(U niversity of Q ueensland)

PLANT CELL WALLS O N RUMEN MICROBIAL

ACTIVITY AS MEASURED BY 35S

INCORPORATION INTO BACTERIA

DR K.S. FISCHER * USE OF RECURRENT QUANTITATIVE 7 900

DR S. FUKAI POPULATION IMPROVEMENT METHODS FOR

(U niversity of Q ueensland) PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES OF DROUGHT

ADAPTIVE TRAITS IN GRAIN SORGHUM

DR R.D. GRAHAM GENETIC CONTROL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL 11 375

(U niversity of Adelaide) MECHANISMS OF NUTRITIONAL DIFFERENCES

IN CEREALS

56

Veterinary Science

The study of the physiology and diseases of domestic and laboratory animals in order to improve their health, wellbeing and productivity.

B I O L O G I C A L S C I E N C E S ( P L A N T A N D A N I M A L B I O L O G Y ) ( c o n t d )

DR G .W . BURGESS

(Jam es C o o k U niversity of N orth Q u e e n sla n d )

PROF. L.B. JEFFCOTT

MR R.N. MCCARTNEY

(U niversity of M e lb o u rn e )

ASSOC PROF. D .N. LOVE

DR P.J. CANFIELD

(U niversity of Sydney)

DR C. M ORAN

DR F.W . NICHOLAS

(U niversity of Sydney)

DR M.A. PASS

(U niversity of Q u e e n s la n d )

ASSOC PROF. R.J. ROSE

(U niversity of Sydney)

Applied Biology

A STUDY OF THE SIGNIFICANCE OF

OVARITIS DUE T O BOVINE VIRAL DIARRHOEA

VIRUS IN SHEEP AND CATTLE

* IN VIVO ASSESSMENT OF BONE QUALITY IN

THE HORSE USING ULTRASOUND VELOCITY

AND PH OTO N ABSORPTIOMETRY

* INVESTIGATIONS IN TO THE

AETIOPATHOGENESIS OF DISEASES IN THE

ORAL CAVITY OF DOM ESTIC ANIMALS

* ESTABLISHMENT OF A SET OF RFLP'S FOR

MARKER ASSISTED SELECTION IN THE

DOMESTIC PIG

STUDIES O N LANTANA PO ISO NING

BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES IN PLASMA AND

MUSCLE IN RESPONSE TO TRAINING AND

EXERCISE IN HORSES

Any a s p e c t of biolog y w h i c h has as its main aim an a p p li c a t io n for h u m a n benefit.

DR E.M. EXLEY * THE SUITABILITY OF SOME AUSTRALIAN

(U niversity of Q u e e n s la n d ) MAGACHILID BEES FOR MANAGEMENT AS

CROP POLLINATORS

$

16 500

8 000

10 500

11 180

18 0 0 0

17 500

10 950

O th e r

Any o t h e r a s p e c t of th e Biology of an im a ls a n d plants n o t c o v e r e d specifically by a n y p re vio us

h e a di ng .

EMERITUS PROF. D.J. CARR BIOLOGY OF EUCALYPTS

MRS S.C .M . CARR

(A ustralian N ational U niversity)

57

C H E M I C A L S C I E N C E S

Chemical Energetics

Co nsid eration s of energy req u ire m e n ts a n d energy yields rule all chemical, biological and chemical engineering processes. Studies co m p rise theory and m ea s u re m e n t of energy changes w hen materials alter their sta te in any way, e.g. by melting, dissolving, mixing, o r undergoing a chemical reaction.

DR P.C. BURTON

(University of W ollongong)

PROF. P.J. DERRICK

DR G.D. WILLETT

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

ASSOC PROF. R.G. GILBERT

(U niversity of Sydney)

DR P.D. GODFREY

DR S.R. WILSON

DR R.J.S. MORRISON

(M onash University)

DR K.R. HARRIS

(Phillip In stitu te of Technology)

PROF. N.S. HUSH

(University of Sydney)

ASSOC PROF. D.L. KEPERT

DR R. ALEXANDER

(University of W e ste rn Australia)

ASSOC PROF. D.L. KEPERT

(University of W e ste rn Australia)

DR A.E.W. KNIGHT

(Griffith U niversity)

PROF. J.D. MORRISON

(La T robe University)

ASSOC PROF. B.J. ORR

(University of N ew South W ales)

DR M.N. PA DDO N-RO W

PROF. N.S. HUSH

(University of N ew South W ales)

DR M.N. PA DDO N-RO W

(University of N ew South W ales)

$

QUANTITATIVE MODELLING OF MOLECULAR 7 500

STRUCTURE AND BEHAVIOUR

MASS SPECTROMETRY 59 738

* BIASED RANDOM WALK MODEL FOR 21 462

COLLISIONAL ENERGY TRANSFER

MOLECULAR STRUCTURES IN ELECTRONICALLY 5 000

EXCITED STATES

* DIFFUSION STUDIES IN LIQUID MIXTURES 14 590

USING THE PEAK BROADENING

CHROMATOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUE

* MOLECULAR BEAM PHOTOELECTRON 47 454

SPECTROSCOPY OF ATOMIC AND

MOLECULAR CLUSTERS

MOLECULAR MECHANICS 10 000

* MOLECULAR MODELLING 10 000

* DYNAMICS OF ENERGIZED POLYATOMIC 27 000

MOLECULES

PHOTODISSOCIATION OF IONS 48 997

* STATE-TO-STATE ENERGY TRANSFER IN 53 101

MOLECULAR BEAMS

ELECTRON TRANSFER OVER LARGE DISTANCES 43 000

IN RIGID MOLECULES

THROUGH BOND ORBITAL INTERACTIONS 30 003

INVOLVING AROMATIC RINGS: AN

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY

5 8

C H E M I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Chemical Energetics (contd)

$

DR M .G . SCEATS

(U niversity of Sydney)

PICO SECO ND DYNAMICS OF LARGE 29 640

MOLECULES

PROF. R.D. TO PSOM

(La T robe U niversity)

THEORETICAL STUDIES OF ELECTRONIC 5 700

SUBSTITUENT EFFECTS

DR J.C. TRAEGER

(La T robe U niversity)

THERMOCHEMISTRY O F GAS-PHASE IONS 5 200

BY PH O TO IO N IZA T IO N MASS SPECTROMETRY

DR G .D. WILLETT

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

Chemical Binding

TRANSLATIONAL ENERGY RELEASE IN THE 3 520

UNIMOLECULAR D E COM PO SITIO N OF IONS

The a g g r e g a ti o n of a to m s to f or m m o l e c u l e s is th e cen tr al c o n c e p t of ch emi stry. The n a t u r e of th e

c he m ic a l b i n d in g p r o c e ss is s t u d i e d t h e o r e ti c a l l y a n d e x p e r im e nt al ly , by m any m e t h o d s , b u t espe cially by o b se r vi ng a b s o r p t io n , sc a tte ri n g, o r emiss ion of r a d ia tio n o f diff ere nt kin ds (radio, infra-red, etc.). Lasers are an i m p o r t a n t m o d e r n d e v e l o p m e n t in this area .

DR R.S. ARMSTRONG

(U niversity of Sydney)

* VIBRATIONAL SPECTROSCOPY OF INORGANIC 1 1 0 0 0

C O M PO U N D S AND BIOLCICAL CH RO M O PH O BES

PROF. B.N. FIGGIS

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia)

* THE CHEMICAL B O N D IN TRANSITION METAL 48 000

COMPLEXES

DR D .W . JAMES

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

VIBRATIONAL SPECTROSCOPIC STUDY OF 27 000

ION-ION-SOLVENT INTERACTIONS IN DILUTE

SOLUTION

PROF. F.P. LARKINS

(U niversity of T asm ania)

AUGER AND PHOTOELECTRON SPECTRA OF 16 579

ATOMS AND MOLECULES

DR E.N. MASLEN

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia)

ELECTRON DENSITY BY DIFFRACTION 15 675

METHODS-QUANTITATIVE STUDIES OF

ARCHETYPAL SYSTEMS

DR J.B. PEEL

(La T ro b e U niversity)

PHOTOELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY OF LASER 35 552

EXCITED MOLECULES

DR J.B. PEEL

(La T robe U niversity)

* PHOTOELECTRON SPECTROSCOPIC STUDIES OF 9 000

WEAK MOLECULAR INTERACTIONS

PROF. S. STERNHELL

(U niversity of Sydney)

* NMR STUDIES OF BOND -O RD ER 5 000

DR A.D. W ARD

DR T.M . SPO TSW O O D

(U niversity of A delaide)

* STUDIES O N THE AGGREGATION AND 11 000

POLYMERISATION OF PORPHYRINS

59

C H E M I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Mechanisms of Reactions

The way in w hich su bs ta nces react to form n ew su bsta nces m ust be u n d e rsto o d if such reactions are to be controlled, w a n te d process es favo ured and u n w a n ted c o m p e tin g proc esses minimized. Studies cov er a w ide diversity of reac ti on types, in gases, on surfaces, in solution and in solids.

$

PROF. J.H. BOWIE NUCLEOPHILIC SUBSTITUTION STUDIES 27 557

(U nlversily of A delaide) USING ION CYCLOTRON RESONANCE

DR R F C. BROW N MECHANISM OF ARYNE FORM ATION FROM 21 891

DR F.W. EASTW OOD AROMATIC ANHYDRIDES

(M onash University)

DR T.j. BROXTON * MECHANISTIC STUDIES OF THE HYDROLYSIS 11 500

(La T robe U niversity) OF BENZODIAZEPINONE DRUGS IN SYSTEMS

DESIGNED TO M IM IC BIOLOGICAL MEMBRANES

DR J.H. COATES * STUDIES OF THE DYNAMICS OF CYCLO- 27 021

DR S.F. LINCOLN DEXTRIN AND M ODIFIED CYCLODEXTRIN

(U niversity of A delaide) INCLUSION COMPLEXES

DR R. COOPER EXCITATION PROCESSES IN ELECTRON 14 847

(U niversity of M e lbourne) IRRADIATED GASES

DR J.D. COTTON SOME ASPECTS OF HO M OG ENEO US 10 734

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) CATALYSIS - REACTIVITY OF METAL-CARBON

BONDS

DR B.C. FREASIER

DR N.D. HAMER

DR S.N. NORDHOLM

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

PROF. B.F. GRAY

(M acquarie U niversity)

* COLLISIONAL ENERGY TRANSFER IN 25 834

UNIMOLECULAR REACTION RATE THEORY

THEORY OF COUPLED OSCILLATING 52 048

REACTIONS

ASSOC PROF. I.K. GREGOR * ORGANOMETALLIC GAS PHASE ION CHEMISTRY 3 000

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

DR P.C. HAYES

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

* A RADIOISOTOPE INVESTIGATION OF THE

KINETICS OF OXIDATION OF SULPHIDE

MELTS

20 960

DR B.S. HAYNES

(U niversity of Sydney)

* STUDIES ON THE GASIFICATION OF CARBON

- SURFACE COMPLEX FORM ATION AND

TRANSIENT EFFECTS IN THE STEAM-CARBON

REACTION

33 000

DR F.R. HEWGILL

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

DIFFERENTIAL OXIDATION OF ORGANIC

C O M PO U N D S

11 000

PROF. L. KANE-MAGUIRE

(U niversity of W ollongong)

NUCLEOPHILIC ATTACK UPON COORDINATED

HYDROCARBONS-MECHANISTIC STUDIES AND

APPROACHES TO ASSYMETRIC SYNTHESIS

26 581

60

C H E M I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Mechanisms of Reactions (contd)

DR D.R. KELLY TERMINATION REACTIONS OF FREE RADICAL 11 000

(University of M e lb o u rn e ) POLYMERIZATIONS

DR K.D. KING VERY LOW-PRESSURE PYROLYSIS STUDIES OF 12 000

(University of A delaide) UNIMOLECULAR REACTIONS

DR K.D. KING GAS-GAS ENERGY TRANSFER 26 806

DR R.G. GILBERT

(U niversity of A delaide)

DR W . KITCHING * MECHANISTIC AND SYNTHETIC STUDIES IN 24 500

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) ORGANIC AND ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY

ASSOC PROF. J.C. MACKIE FUNDAMENTAL KINETIC PROCESSES IN 35 665

(U niversity of Sydney) PYROLYSIS AND CO M BUSTIO N OF COAL &

COAL-RELATED M ODEL C O M PO U N D S

DR G.V. MEEHAN * KINETIC ISOTOPE EFFECTS AND HYDROGEN 20 500

(Jam es C o o k U niversity of N orth Q u e e n sla n d ) TRANSFER GEOMETRY IN HOM ODIENYL

HYDROGEN M IGRATIONS

DR R.K. NORRIS * RADICAL AND IO N IC REACTIONS OF NITRO 11 000

(U niversity of Sydney) C O M PO U N D S

ASSOC PROF. R.S.T.C. SMART ELECTRONIC AND SURFACE STRUCTURAL 24 500

DR P.S. TURNER EFFECTS O N THE DISSOLUTION RATES

(Griffith U niversity) OF IONIC AND SEM ICO NDU CTIN G OXIDES

PROF. C. W ENTRUP * REACTIVE INTERMEDIATES 31 475

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

PROF. B. ZERNER MODELS FOR THE REACTIONS OF 22 500

DR R.L. BLAKELEY N-ETHYL-5-PHENYLISOXAZOLIUM-

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) 3-SOLFONATE W ITH ENZYMES

$

Determination of Chemical Structures

By th e s t r u c t u r e of a m o le c u le is m e a n t t h e n a t u r e of t h e a t o m s in it, a n d t h e p re cis e w a y th ey are

ar ra n g e d . Ce rta in physical m e a s u r e m e n t s , n o t a b l y X-ray cr yst all og rap hy , m a s s - s p e c t r o m e t r y and n uc lea r m a g n e t i c r e s o n a n c e (NMR) s p e c t r o s c o p y , can lead to this i n f o r m a tio n directly, a n d n ow

play a c en t r a l role in chem ist ry .

PROF. |.H . BOW IE

PROF. I.S. DE LA LANDt

DR G.E. CREAM

(U niversity of A delaide)

DR J.B. BREMNER

DR A.J. CANTY

DR A.J. BLACKMAN

(U niversity of T asm ania)

ADELAIDE REGIONAL MASS SPECTROMETRY 109 000

GAS PHASE CHEMISTRY AND STRUCTURE

DETERMINATION

MOLECULAR STRUCTURE STUDIES USING HIGH 40 000

FIELD FOURIER-TRANSFORM NMR

SPECTROSCOPY

61

Determination of Chemical Structures (contd)

C H E M I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

DR R.T.C. BROWNLEE

DR A.G. W EDD

(La T robe U niversity)

* MAGNETIC RESONANCE OF QUADRUPOLAR

NUCLEI: INTEGRATED MULTINUCLEAR STUDY

OF OXO AND SULFIDO CO M PO U N D S

PROF. D .W . CAMERON

DR D.P. KELLY

DR G.l. FEUTRILL

DR M. GILL

(U niversity of M elbourne)

PROF. A.R.H. COLE

(University of W e ste rn A ustralia)

ORGANIC STRUCTURE DETERMINATION BY

HIGH FIELD NMR SPECTROSCOPY

* VERY-HIGH-RESOLUTION INFRARED

SPECTROSCOPY

PROF. D.M. DODDRELL

DR M.G. IRVING

(Griffith U niversity)

* MULTI PULSE NMR SPECTROSCOPY : IN VIVO

AND CHEMICAL APPLICATIONS

PROF. H.C. FREEMAN

(University of Sydney)

STRUCTURES OF METALLOPROTEINS

AND METAL-PEPTIDE COMPLEXES

DR B.M. GATEHOUSE

(M onash University)

DR M.A. HITCHMAN

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

CRYSTAL CHEMISTRY OF THE SOLID STATE

* SPECTROSCOPIC STUDIES OF TRANSITION

METAL COMPLEXES

DR C.J. MARSDEN

(U niversity of M elbourne)

GAS PHASE STRUCTURAL INORGANIC

CHEMISTRY

DR R.J.S. M ORRISON

(M onash U niversity)

LASER MULTIPHOTON IONIZATION

SPECTROSCOPY OF BEAM COOLED

FREE RADICALS

DR M.R. SN O W CRYSTAL STUDIES

(University of A delaide)

DR P.J. THISTLETHWAITE

DR F. GRIESER

(University of M elbourne)

PROF. C. WENTRUP

DR G.A. GEORGE

DR D.W . JAMES

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

ASSOC PROF. A.H. WHITE

(University of W e ste rn Australia)

* TIME RESOLVED FLUORESCENCE STUDIES

OF PROTON TRANSFER AT INTERFACES

* STUDIES USING FOURIER TRANSFORM

INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY

CRYSTAL STRUCTURE DETERMINATION BY

X-RAY DIFFRACTION

30 000

50 000

$

6 500

88 473

66 171

22 835

16 000

20 900

19 120

29 000

8 435

40 000

61 174

62

C H E M I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Inorganic and Metal Chemistry

Studies in this field c o m p ris e primarily t h e synthe sis and p ro p e rties of su bs ta nces con ta inin g o n e or more of th e metallic e lem en ts. They c o v er also t h e im p o rta n t role of metals in biological molecules.

$

DR A.P. ARNOLD C O O R D IN A TIO N CHEMISTRY OF 9 710

(U niversity of T asm ania) BIOLOGICALLY RELEVANT SELENIUM-

CONTAINING LIGANDS

DR J.K. BEATTIE FRANCK-CO ND ON FACTORS IN THE REACTIONS 26 996

(U niversity of Sydney) O F METAL COMPLEXES

PROF. A.M . B O N D STRUCTURAL REARRANGEMENTS AND 3 300

(D eakin U niversity) EXCHANGE REACTIONS IN INORGANIC

ELECTROCHEMISTRY

DR J.A. BROO M H EAD NEW METHODS FOR SYNTHESISING MO-S-FE 11 000

(A ustralian N ational U niversity) COMPLEXES OF POSSIBLE SIGNIFICANCE IN

NITROGENASE STUDIES

PROF. M .l. BRUCE ACTIVATION OF OR G A N IC MOLECULES BY 28 000

(U niversity o f A delaide) TRANSITION METALS

DR A.J. CANTY CO O R D IN A TIO N CHEMISTRY OF ORGANIC 4 500

(U niversity of Tasm ania) C O M PO U N D S O F MERCURY, GOLD, AND

PLATINUM

ASSOC PROF. I. DANCE THE SYNTHETIC AND STRUCTURAL CHEMISTRY 29 038

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) OF METAL COMPLEXES WITH

ORGANOTHIOLATE LIGANDS

DR G.B. DEACON SYNTHESIS OF ORGANOMETALLICS AND 13 000

(M onash U niversity) ORGANOAM IDOM ETAL C O M PO U N D S BY

DECARBOXYLATION REACTIONS

DR G.B. DEACON * LANTHANOID AND A CTINO ID CHEMISTRY 17 000

(M onash U niversity)

DR A.A. DIAMANTIS * REDOX AND SUBSTITUTION REACTIONS OF 2 000

(U niversity of A delaide) RUTHENIUM AQ UA COMPLEXES

ASSOC PROF. R.S. DICKSON * BINUCLEAR COMPLEXES - VERSATILE 13 000

(M onash U niversity) CENTRES FOR O RGA NIC TRANSFORMATIONS

DR L.D. FIELD ELECTROPHILIC REACTIONS AT SINGLE 37 150

(U niversity of Sydney) BONDS

DR L.R. GAHAN * PREPARATION AND STUDY OF THE CHEMISTRY 14 115

(U niversity of Q u e e n s la n d ) OF ENCAPSULATING LIGANDS

DR M.J. GUNTER * BINUCLEAR METALLOPORPHYRIN MODELS FOR 7 000

(U niversity of N ew England) THE CHEMICAL CONTROL OF OXYGEN

REACTIVITY

6 3

Inorganic and Metal Chemistry (contd)

C H E M I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

DR J.R. HALL

DR T.G. APPLETON

(University of Q u e ensland)

DR J.M. HARROWFIELD

(University of W e ste rn Australia)

DR J.M. HARROWFIELD

DR C.L. RASTON

(University of W e ste rn A ustralia)

PROF. C.J. HAWKINS

(University of Q u e e n sla n d )

ASSOC PROF. W .G . JACKSON

(University of N ew South W ales)

DR F.R. KEENE

(James C ook U niversity of N orth Q u e ensland)

DR F.R. KEENE

(James C ook U niversity of N orth Q u e ensland)

DR G.A. LAWRENCE

(University of N ew castle)

DR P.A. LAY

(University of Sydney)

DR L.F. LINDOY

(James C ook U niversity of N orth Q u e e n sla n d )

DR K.S. MURRAY

(M onash University)

PROF. T.A. O'DONNELL

(University of M elbourne)

DR C.L. RASTON

(University of W e ste rn A ustralia)

PLATINUM CO M PO U N D S INCORPORATING 24 500

WEAKLY COORDINA TIN G LIGANDS

$

SYNTHESIS, PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND 2 000

ELECTROCHEMISTRY OF METAL ION

COMPLEXES OF MACROCYCLIC LIGANDS

MULTIDENTATE MACROCYCLIC ALKYL LIGANDS 27 331

SYNTHESIS STRUCTURE AND REACTIVITY OF

THEIR COMPLEXES

* VANADIUM CHEMISTRY RELEVANT TO 1 1 0 0 0

VANADIUM IN ASCIDIANS

INORGANIC SYNTHESIS,REARRANGEMENTS 21 900

AND SUBSTITUTION MECHANISMS

SYNTHETIC, CHEMICAL REACTIVITY, AND 9 500

SPECTROSCOPIC STUDIES OF GR O U P VIII

TRANSITION METAL COMPLEXES CONTAINING

TRIPODAL PI-ACCEPTOR LIGANDS

SUPERSONIC JET SPECTROSCOPIC STUDIES 4 850

OF ORGANOMETALLIC CO M PO U N D S

* CARBON ACID METAL TEMPLATE SYNTHESES 17 350

OF MULTIDENTATE AND BINUCLEATING

LIGANDS

* MECHANISTIC STUDIES IN HOM OGENEOUS AND 17 000

HETEROGENEOUS ELECTRON TRANSFER AND

RELATED SYNTHETIC CHEMISTRY

SYNTHETIC, KINETIC AND THERMODYNAMIC 11 000

STUDIES OF METAL COMPLEXES OF

MACROCYCLIC LIGANDS - AN

INVESTIGATION INTO METAL-ION

SPECIFICITY

MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF INORGANIC AND 25 088

BIOINORGANIC CO M PO U N D S

* SUPERACIDIC MEDIA AND SOLUTE 26 824

SPECIATION IN HYDROGEN FLUORIDE AND

FLUOROSULPHURIC ACID

NITROGEN FUNCTIONALIZED ALKYL-OR 39 500

AM IDO - MAIN GR OU P METAL AND METALLOID

CHEMISTRY

6 4

Inorganic and Metal Chemistry (contd)

$

C H E M I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

DR N.K. ROBERTS

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

* THE SYNTHESIS AND REACTIONS OF 21 500

ZEROVALENT NICKEL CARBENE COMPLEXES

DR R. ROBSON

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

* COMPLEXES OF BINUCLEATING LIGANDS 3 000

DR A.G. W EDD

(La T ro b e U niversity)

THE M OLYBDENUM -IRON ENZYME XANTHINE 43 986

OXIDASE AND RELEVANT ANALOGUE

C O M PO U N D S: SYNTHETIC, ESR AND REDOX

ASPECTS

PROF. B.O. WEST

(M onash U niversity)

SULFUR AND NITROGEN CO O R D IN A TIO N TO 14 000

METALS INFLUENCE O N METAL SPIN STATES,

REACTIVITY AND OXYGEN ATOM TRANSFER

DR J.K. YANDELL

(M onash U niversity)

Chemistry of Catalysis

* SYNTHESIS AND REDOX PROPERTIES OF 11 500

METALLOPROTEIN MODELS

Catalysts a r e se le c tiv e a c c e l e r a t o r s of c h e m i c a l r eac tio ns a n d increasingly successful r o u t e s of c h em ica l sy n th e sis d e p e n d u p o n t h e d e v e l o p m e n t of n e w cat aly sts a n d a n u n d e r s t a n d i n g of h o w

catalysts w o r k .

DR N.W . CANT

(M acq u arie U niversity)

* THE SELECTIVITY LIMIT TO THE OXIDATION 16 500

OF ETHYLENE T O ETHYLENE OXIDE OVER

SILVER CATALYSTS

DR G.T. CRISP

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

* METHATHESIS OF FUNCTIONALISED ALKENES 3 717

AND ALKYNES

ASSOC PROF. I.G. DANCE

PROF. P.J. DERRICK

(U niversity of N ew S outh W ales)

* METAL CLUSTER REACTIVITY AND CATALYSIS 12 000

: MASS SPECTROSCOPY AND MULTINUCLEAR

NMR STUDIES

PROF. W .R . JACKSON

DR P. PERLMUTTER

(M onash U niversity)

* NEW SYNTHETIC METHODS INVOLVING 18 500

ORGANOMETALLIC CATALYSIS

PROF. F.P. LARKINS

(U niversity of T asm ania)

CHARACTERISATION OF ABSORBED SPECIES 3 500

O N CATALYST SURFACES

DR G.L. NYBERG

DR J. LIESEGANG

(La T ro b e U niversity)

ANGLE-RESOLVED ELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY 30 250

OF ADSORBATES

PROF. D.L. TRIMM

DR N .W . CANT

ASSOC PROF. M.S. W AINW RIGHT

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

MECHANISMS OF REACTIONS INVOLVING C1 21 377

CHEMICALS O N COPPER BASED CATALYSTS

65

CHEMICAL SCIENCES (contd)

Chemistry of Catalysis (contd)

ASSOC PROF. M.S. W AINW RIGHT

PROF. D.L. TRIMM

DR W. CANT

(University of N ew South W ales)

* THE RELATION BETWEEN CONTROLLED PORE 16 150

SIZE SURFACE AREA AND STRENGTH OF

ALUMINA SUPPORTS FOR CATALYTIC

REACTIONS

$

Electrochemistry

Che mical sys tems m ay b e used as s o u r c e s of elect ri c c u r re n t (batteries) o r may be a lt e re d by the

passage of electricity (electrolysis). St udies c o ve r p ro ces se s at e le ct r o d e s, conv ersion of light energy to electrical en erg y, a n d analytical t e c h n i q u e s b a se d on electrical m e a su r e m e n t s.

PROF. A.M. BOND

(D eakin University)

NEW AREAS OF ELECTRO CHEMICAL

INVESTIGATION W ITH ULTRA MICRO

ELECTRODES

32 500

ASSOC PROF. R.P. COONEY

(U niversity of N ew castle)

* VIBRATIONAL SPECTROSCOPY IN ELECTRO­

CHEMISTRY AND SURFACE CHEMISTRY

7 000

DR G.A. HOPE

(Griffith University)

* TRANSITION METAL SILICIDES 11 133

DR D.R. MACFARLANE

DR B.A.W. COLLER

(M onash University)

IMPEDANCE ELETROCHEMISTRY 11 000

DR P.T. MCTIGUE

(University of M elbourne)

ELECTROCHEMISTRY OF NON-AQUEOUS AND

MIXED SOLVENTS

25 COO

DR P.T. MCTIGUE

DR K.P. G H IG G IN O

(U niversity of M elbourne)

* HIGH PRECISION W ORK FUNCTION

MEASUREMENTS W ITH A TUNEABLE LASER

13 500

DR M. SKYLLAS-KAZACOS

(University of N ew South W ales)

ELECTROCHEMICAL STUDY OF ALUMINIUM

DEPOSITION & DISSOLUTION IN RO OM

TEMPERATURE MOLTEN SALTS

11 000

Environmental and Analytical Chemistry

Con cer n with pollu ti on a n d its co ntrol has p r o d u c e d n e ed s for analytical t e c h n i q u e s a pp lic ab le to the a t m o s p h e r e a n d natural wat ers , a n d for an u nd e r st a n d i n g of chem ica l pro ces se s in smog, sed imen ts, th e o p e n sea, etc.

DR P.W. ALEXANDER A STUDY OF REACTION KINETICS AND 27 738

DR P R. HADDAD APPLICATIONS OF SOLID ELECTRODES USED

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) FOR ELECTROCHEMICAL DETECTION IN HIGH

PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY

DR R.W. CATTRALL DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF ION-SELECTIVE 24 327

DR I.C. HAMILTON ELECTRODES AND OTHER DETECTION

DR T.J. CARDWELL TECHNIQUES FOR AUTOMATED ANALYSIS

(La T robe U niversity)

66

Environmental and Analytical Chemistry (contd)

$

C H E M I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

DR N.J. CLARK

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

PARTICULATE-GAS REACTIONS IN THE 29 738

ATMOSPHERE

DR J.M. ECKERT

(U niversity o f Sydney)

* THE DETERMINATION OF TRACE ELEMENTS IN 11 000

NATURAL WATERS BY COPRECIPITATION AND

X-RAY FLUORESCENCE SPECTROMETRY

DR M. GUILHAUS

(U niversity of W ollongong)

* CHARACTERISATION OF NON-METALLIC 3 250

INCLUSIONS IN CLEAN STEEL

BY FAST ATOM BOMBARDMENT

MASS SPECTROMETRY

PROF. W .F. PICKERING

(U niversity of N ew castle)

FACTORS AFFECTING ION RETENTION BY 13 000

SOIL COM PONENTS

Polymer and Colloid Chemistry

Poly mer s a r e very large m o le c u le s c o m p r i s e d of simple units r e p e a t e d l y linked. Colloids, e.g. glues, gels, clay su s p en s io n s , f r e q u e n t ly c o n t a i n po ly m e rs. Inve stiga tions c o n c e r n th e p r e p a r a ti o n and p r o p e r t i e s of s yn th e tic po l y m e r s (plastics), biological p o l y m e r s su c h as pro tei ns, a n d mineral colloids. T h er e a r e i m p o r t a n t industrial imp li cat ion s in m u c h of su c h wo rk .

DR P.E.M. ALLEN DEPENDENCE OF THE BULK PROPERTIES OF 33 094

DR D.R.G. WILLIAMS

(U niversity of A delaide)

POLYMERS O N THEIR MOLECULAR PROPERTIES

DR P.E.M. ALLEN

DR D.R.G. WILLIAMS

DR E.H. WILLIAMS

(U niversity of A delaide)

STRUCTURAL AND DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF 18 000

SOLID POLYMERS

DR D.J. BANNISTER

(M onash U niversity)

IONICALLY CO N D U C T IN G SOLID 6 250

POLYMER-ALKALI METAL SALT COMPLEXES

DR G.T. BARNES

DR D M. ALEXANDER

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

* THE TRANSFER OF MATERIAL INTO AND 21 500

THROUGH INSOLUBLE MONOLAYERS ON WATER

SURFACES

DR W .K. BUSFIELD

DR I.D. JENKINS

(G riffith U niversity)

* MECHANISMS OF INITIATION IN FREE 11 000

RADICAL POLYMERISATION

DR S. CARNIE

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia)

* SOLUTION THERM ODYNAM ICS AND 28 265

CONFORM ATIONAL PROPERTIES IN

DILUTE POLYELECTROLYTE SOLUTIONS

DR K.P. G H IG G IN O

(U niversity of M e lbourne)

KINETIC SPECTROSCOPY OF ENERGY 12 000

RELAXATION, C O N FO RM A T IO N AND MOLECULAR

MOBILITY IN POLYMERS

6 7

C H E M I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Polymer and Colloid Chemistry (contd)

DR R.G. GILBERT PARTICLE FORM ATION MECHANISM IN

*

22 754

ASSOC PROF. D.H. NAFFER

(U niversity of Sydney)

EMULSION POLYMERIZATION

DR F. GRIESER

DR R. COOPER

(U niversity of M elbourne)

* FREE RADICAL INDUCED DISSOLUTION

OF COLLOIDAL METAL OXIDES.

4 650

PROF. T.W . HEALY

PROF. L.R. WHITE

DR C.G. BARRACLOUGH

(U niversity of M elbourne)

SURFACE SPECTROSCOPY OF AQUEOUS

INTERFACES

42 950

DR D.G. HEWITT

MR K.R. CHYNOW ETH

(Chisholm In stitu te of T echnology)

* THERMAL AND PHOTOCHEM ICAL REACTIONS OF

PVC MODEL C O M PO U N D S

3 000

DR D.J.T. HILL

DR P.J. POMERY

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

* MECHANISMS OF FREE RADICAL

COPOLYMERIZATION OF VINYL M ONOM ERS

16 353

ASSOC PROF. R.J. HUNTER ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY OF COLLOIDAL 28 238

DR R.W. O'BRIEN DISPERSIONS AT HIGH PARTICLE

(U niversity of Sydney) CONCENTRATIONS

DR S. NORDHOLM

(U niversity of Sydney)

* THEORY OF FLUIDS 5 000

DR J.H. O'DONNELL

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

* RADIATION DEGRADATION OF POLYMERS 22 393

DR J.M. POPE

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

THE ORDERING OF ORGANIC SOLUTES IN

LYOTROPIC LIQUID CRYSTAL LAMELLAR

PHASES AND THEIR EFFECT O N BILAYER

STRUCTURE AND LIPID MOBILITY

12 000

ASSOC PROF. I.D. RAE

(M onash University)

* THERMAL DEGRADATION OF DEUTERIUM -

LABEL LED VINYL POLYMERS

11 000

DR J.C. THOMAS

(U niversity of N ew England)

* SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS OF MACROMOLECULES

AND COLLOIDS FROM LIGHT SCATTERING

32 428

DR W . VAN MEGEN

DR 1. SNOOK

ASSOC PROF. D. NAPPER

(Royal M e lb o u rn e Institu te of Technology)

* PREPARATION AND DYNAMIC LIGHT

SCATTERING STUDY OF CONCENTRATED

CHARGED STABILIZED SUSPENSIONS

13 000

DR L.R. WHITE

(University of M elbourne)

CONDUCTANCE AND DIELECTRIC RESPONSE

OF DILUTE COLLOIDAL SUSPENSIONS

6 700

68

Industrial and Mineral Chemistry

Chemistry in industry includes m anu factu re of chemicals on the industrial scale, purification of materials, winning and benefication of ores, w aste product disposal.

C H E M I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

$

DR S.W. KENNEDY

(U niversity of A delaide)

INORGANIC MARTENSITIC CRYSTAL 1 550

TRANSFORMATIONS

PROF. J. RALSTON

DR R. O BRIEN

(South A u stralian In stitu te of Technology)

FLOTATION:PARTICLE SIZE,HYDROPHOBiCITY 19 100

AND THIN FILM STABILITY

* AN INVESTIGATION OF THE STABILITIES OF 15 580

INORGANIC ARSENIC AND PH OSPH OROU S

C O M PO U N D S

Biological Chemistry

ASSOC PROF. R.G. ROBINS

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

Animals a n d plan ts a r e so u r c e s of a vast d iversity of c h em ic a l p r o d u c ts , (e.g. toxins, g r o w t h co ntrol

su b s ta n c e s , in se ct a ttr ac ta n ts ) t h e m s e l v e s biologically act ive a n d of po te nt ia l u se in biological co nt ro l a n d t h e r a p e u t i c s .

DR M.J. CROSSLEY METALLOPORPHYRIN CHEMISTRY 14 000

(U niversity o f Sydney) OF BIOLOGICAL INTEREST

ASSOC PROF. W .D . C R O W * INHERITANCE OF PLANT GROW TH SUBSTANCES 11 000

DR D.M . PATON IN INTERSPECIFIC EUCALYPTUS CROSSES

(Australian N ational U niversity)

DR A.M. DUFFIELD * STUDIES IN NEGATIVE ION CHEMICAL 10 000

(University of N ew South W ales) IONIZATION MASS SPECTROMETRY

DR G .M . HOLDER * SYNTHESIS AND REACTIVITY OF AKLYLATING 11 000

DR D.E. M O O R E AGENTS DERIVED FROM CARCINOGENIC

(U niversity of Sydney) NITROGEN HETEROCYCLES

DR P. PERLMUTTER * NEW SYNTHETIC VACCINES BASED ON 21 500

(M onash U niversity) SIMULATED ANTIGEN SURFACES ATTACHED

TO SYNTHETIC PORPHYRIN TEMPLATES

DR J.A. REISS

DR D.R. PHILLIPS

DR R.T.C. BROWNLEE

(La T ro b e U niversity)

DR R.V. STICK

PROF. B.A. STONE

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia)

DR M.E. TATE

(U niversity of A delaide)

BIS-INTERCALATING ANTHRACYCLINE DRUGS 47 051

* IRREVERSIBLE ACTIVE-SITE DIRECTED

INHIBITORS OF B-GLUCAN HYDROLASES

* ISOLATION STRUCTURE AND BIOLOGICAL 4 000

ACTIVITY OF BACTERIOCINS

6 9

CHEMICAL SCIENCES (contd)

Biological Chemistry (contd)

DR R.F. ΤΟΙΑ * THE DESIGN AND CHEMISTRY OF PRO- 12 237

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) TOXICANTS: RHOSPHOROTHIOLATES AND

RELATED ESTERS

* BIOLOGICAL MINERALIZATION OF IRON 39 945

IN MOLLUSCS

$

Medical Chemistry

DR j.M . WEBB

DR S.M. TROTMAN

(M urdoch U niversity)

Biological ch em ist ry e x te n d s to th e isolation, syn thesis a n d p h a r m a c o l o g y of natural a n d syn the tic drugs, t h e m e c h a n i s m of d ru g action, a n d t h e diagnosis of di se as e by chem ica l m e th o d s.

DR R.D. ALLAN SYNTHESIS OF POTENTIAL EXCITANT AM INO 12 500

PROF. G.A.R. IOH NSTO N ACIDS FOR NEUROCHEMICAL STUDIES

(U niversity of Sydney)

DR M.R. BENDALL * LOCALIZATION OF SPECIFIC METABOLITES 2 500

DR P.J. ROGERS IN INTACT ANIMALS BY NMR

(Griffith U niversity)

DR D.J. CRAIK MOLECULAR DYNAMICS OF CENTRAL NERVOUS 14 000

PROF. P.R. ANDREWS SYSTEM ACTIVE DRUGS

(V ictorian C ollege of Pharm acy)

DR M.F. MACKAY * CONFORMATIONAL STUDIES OF TRANSITION- 10 500

(La T robe U niversity) STATE ANALOGUES FOR GABA-TRANSAMINASE

DR R.H. PRAGER AM INOPHOSPHONATES AS ENZYME 22 500

DR D.I.B. KERR INHIBITORS

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

DR P.J. STEWART AN INVESTIGATION OF THE DEGREE AND 9 178

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) MECHANISMS OF SEGREGATION OF TERNARY

ORDERED DRUG SYSTEMS

DR L.P.G. WAKELIN * INTERACTION OF ANTITUMOUR ACRIDINES 28 868

(The C ancer Institute) W ITH DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID

Organic Chemical Synthesis

Or ganic ch em ist ry c o m p ri se s th e c h em is tr y of su b s ta n c e s built u p o n a fr a m e w o r k of c a r b o n atom s. New ty pe s of su b s ta n c e s are soug ht , a n d n e w m e t h o d s for maki ng t h e m d e v e l o p e d and

d e m o n s tr a t e d . Primary in terest lies in difficult-to-access biological m ate rials and su b s ta n c es re lated to them , in efficient n e w synthesis reac tio ns, a n d in c o m p o u n d s of novel t y p e with p ro p e rt i es as

yet une xp lo re d .

PROF A.J. BIRCH

(Australian N ational University)

LATERAL CONTROL BY COMPLEXED 9 200

TRANSITION METAL ATOMS FOR REGIO-,

STEREO- AND ENANTIO-SPECIFIC ORGANIC

SYNTHESIS

70

C H E M I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Organic Chemical Synthesis (contd)

$

DR J.B. BREMNER

DR E.J. BROW NE

(U niversity of T asm ania)

* PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS OF M EDIUM - 9 650

SIZED HETEROCYCLES

DR R.F.C. BROW N

DR F.W. EASTW OOD

(M onash U niversity)

* PYROLYTIC GENERATION OF TRANSIENT 11 000

ORGANIC MOLECULES

PROF. D .W . CAM ERON

DR G .l. FEUTRILL

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

SYNTHESIS OF POLYKETIDES AND 33 206

OTHER POLYCYCLIC SYSTEMS

ASSOC PROF. P.S. CLEZY * SYNTHESIS OF DIHYDROPORPHYRINS WITH 21 835

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) EMPHASIS O N MOLECULES RELATED TO THE

CHLOROBIUM CHLOROPHYLLS

DR D.J. COLLINS

(M onash U niversity)

STUDIES OF ENOLIC O R TH O ESTERS 25 500

DR E.W. DELLA

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

SYNTHESIS AND PROPERTIES OF BRIDGE- 23 054

HEAD SUBSTITUTED POLYCYCLOALKANES

DR J.A. ELIX

(Australian N ational U niversity)

* STRUCTURE ELUCIDATION AND BIOMIMETIC 25 648

SYNTHESIS OF LICHEN METABOLITES

ASSOC PROF. M.J. GALLAGHER

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

* SYNTHESIS OF PHOSPHASUGARS 22 335

DR D.P.G. HA M ON

(U niversity o f A delaide)

* REARRANGEMENT REACTIONS OF USE IN THE 11 000

SYNTHESIS OF NATURAL PRODUCTS

DR R.K. HAYNES

(U niversity of Sydney)

* SYNTHESIS AND BIOSYNTHESIS OF 26 834

PROSTAGLANDINS

DR J.T. PINHEY

(U niversity o f Sydney)

STUDIES IN ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY 15 500

DR R.H. PRAGER

(Flinders U niversity of S o u th Australia)

SYNTHETIC USES OF PHTHALIDE CARBOXYLIC 13 000

ACID

DR S.G. PYNE

(U niversity of W ollongong)

* ASYMMETRIC CARBON-CARBON BOND FO RM IN G 21 085

REACTIONS FROM CHIRAL CHELATED

SULFOXIMINES

DR R.W . READ

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

* STUDIES RELATED TO THE TOTAL 11 000

SYNTHESIS OF PLUMERICIN IRIDOIDS

DR D .D . RIDLEY

DR R.K. HAYNES

(U niversity of Sydney)

* ASYMMETRIC IN D U CTIO N REACTIONS W ITH 2 000

CHIRAL SULFUR AND PHOSPHORUS GROUPS

71

CHEMICAL SCIENCES (contd)

Organic Chemical Synthesis (contd)

PROF. D. ST C BLACK

(University of N ew South W ales)

NEW LIGAND SYSTEMS CONTAINING

INDOLE RINGS

$

11 000

PROF. D. ST C BLACK

(University of N ew South W ales)

CHEMICAL REACTIVITY OF ALPHA-OXO-

IMIDES AND RELATED C O M PO U N D S

27 739

DR R.V. STICK

(University of W e ste rn Australia)

* THE SYNTHESIS OF LINCOSAMINE AND

RETRONECINE AND AN APPROACH TO

CARBOCYCLES FROM CARBOHYDRATES

11 000

PROF. R.N. WARRENER

DR R.A. RUSSELL

(Australian N ational University)

ANTITUMOR AGENTS: SYNTHESIS OF NEW

ANTHRACYCLINES BASED UPON DIENONE

CONDENSATION TECHNOLOGY

27 943

PROF. R.N. WARRENER

(Australian N ational University)

BINANES: A NEW CLASS OF RIGID

ALICYCLICS USEFUL AS RODS AND SPACERS

IN MOLECULAR DESIGN

6 171

ASSOC PROF. D. WEGE

(University of W e ste rn Australia)

* STRAINED HYDROCARBONS 24 000

Chemistry of Natural Organic Substances

Many su b s ta n c es of f u n d a m e n ta l c h em ic a l in te re st are d er ive d from biological sources. Their study, which includes bi osynthesis a n d c h em ica l tr an s fo rm a tio n can u n c o v e r n e w processes.

DR A.J. BLACKMAN

(University of Tasm ania)

* ISOLATION AND STRUCTURAL ELUCIDATION

OF NOVEL C O M PO U N D S FROM MARINE

ORGANISMS

5 000

DR R.M. CARMAN

(University of Q ueensland)

* STEREOCHEMISTRY RELATED TO NATURAL

PRODUCTS

8 814

DR N.W .H. CHEETHAM

(University of N ew South W ales)

* STRUCTURE/PROPERTY RELATIONSHIPS OF

POLYSACCHARIDES

10 500

ASSOC PROF. P.S. CLEZY

(University of N ew South W ales)

STRUCTURE AND ORIGIN OF

PETROPORPHYRINS W ITH EMPHASIS O N THE

JULIA CREEK SHALE DEPOSIT

11 000

DR J.C. COLL

DR B.F. BOWDEN

(James C ook University of N orth Q u e ensland)

THE ISOLATION OF NOVEL CO M PO U N D S FROM

MARINE INVERTEBRATES

33 800

DR M. GILL ISOLATION AND SYNTHESIS OF NEW 4 000

(University of M elbourne) METABOLITES OF THE HIGHER FUNGI

DR R.J. QUINN

(Griffith University)

PROF. W .C. TAYLOR

(University of Sydney)

* NOVEL CO M PO U N D S FROM MARINE ORGANISMS 15 580 *

* CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF 12 000

NATURAL PRODUCTS

72

C H E M I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Chemistry of Natural Organic Substances (contd)

$

DR R.F. TOIA

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

* STRUCTURAL AND BIOSYNTHETIC STUDIES 11 237

O N SOME INSECT SECRETIONS

O the r

DR N.L. ARTHUR * DISPROPORTIONATION AND COM BINATION 11 000

(La T ro b e U niversity) REACTIONS OF C 1-C 4 ALKYL RADICALS

PROF. B.G. BAKER

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

THE SURFACE CHEMISTRY OF METALS 16 738

DR M. BARBETTI CARBON-14 CONTENTS OF AUSTRALASIAN 14 511

ASSOC PROF. R.B. TEMPLE

(U niversity of Sydney)

TREES OVER RECENT MILLENNIA

PROF. R.J. BEARMAN

DR B.C. FREASIER

DR N.D. HAMER

DR D.J. IBISTER

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

* THEORY OF FLUIDS 17 000

DR R. BISHOP * THE DESIGN, SYNTHESES AND STRUCTURES 14 000

ASSOC PROF. I.G. DANCE OF ORGANIC MULTIMOLECULAR INCLUSION

(U niversity of N ew S outh W ales) COMPLEXES

PROF. R.D. BROW N

DR P.D. GODFREY

(M onash U niversity)

MOLECULES IN SPACE -PHASE 3 78 221

DR G.S. CHANDLER

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia)

THE UNITARY G R O U P AND ATOM IC 25 006

CALCULATIONS AND APPROACHES TO CRYSTAL

FIELD M ODIFICATIONS OF D-ORBITALS

DR P.J. DU NLOP

(U niversity of A delaide)

* TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF GASES 39 950

PROF. C.J. HAWKINS HIGH FIELD NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE 25 000

DR P R. WELLS

DR R. SMITH

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

SPECTROSCOPY

DR R.J. Q U IN N

DR I.D. JENKINS

DR P.J. ROGERS

(G riffith U niversity)

* NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE FACILITY 25 000

ASSOC PROF. G.L.D. RITCHIE

(U niversity of Sydney)

STUDIES OF ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC 34 046

PROPERTIES OF MOLECULES

PROF. S. STERNHELL

(U niversity of Sydney)

STERIC HINDRANCE 7 000

73

E A R T H S C I E N C E S

Crystallography and Mineralogy

The ch aract erizat ion of the e le m en tal composit ion and orderly arran g em en t of ato m s within natural minerals. Also th e quantitative d e te rm in a tio n of prope rties of natural minerals or similar synthetic p roducts a n d th e use of this k n o w led g e in extractive proc esses for natural minerals or practical utilization of th e minerals themselves.

OR R.A. ECCLETON

(A ustralian N ational University)

DR R.J. FLEMING

(M onash University)

DR A.W.S. JOHNSON

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

DR A. RRING

(South A ustralian M useum )

DR K.L. SMITH

(N.S.W. In stitu te of T echnology)

$

THE MECHANISM OF ROCK WEATHERING 21 001

ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF QUARTZ - 29 475

IMPLICATIONS FOR DEFECT CHEMISTRY

* A STUDY OF THE ZONAL INTERFACE OF 2 000

ZONED CHROME SPINEL BY CHANNELLING

ENHANCED ANALYTIC ELECTRON MICROSCOPY

& CONVERGENT BEAM ELECTRON DIFFRACTION

* CO M POSITION AND DISORDER IN SULPHIDE 4 000

MINERALS

* ELECTRON M ICROSCOPE STUDIES OF MINERAL 16 350

ALTERATION REACTIONS OF SIGNIFICANCE

TO MINERAL EXPLORATION

Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology

The st ud y of crystalline rocks f o r m e d by co oling high t e m p e r a t u r e silicate melts or t h e solid state

recrystallization of rocks d e e p wi th in t h e e ar th . The u n d e r st a n d i n g of t h e con dition s a n d d e p th s of origin of silicate melts, t h e fa ctors con tro ll ing their crystallization to ig neo us rocks or th eir recrystallization to m e t a m o r p h i c rocks. The c h ar act eri zat io n of th e p ro p e rt i es of rocks a n d their uses.

DR B.W. CHAPPELL

(Australian N ational University)

DR D.J. ELLIS

(A ustralian N ational University)

DR A. EWART

(U niversity of Q u e ensland)

PROF. D.H. GREEN

DR D.J. ELLIS

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

ASSOC PROF. T.H. GREEN

(M acquarie U niversity)

GENESIS OF GRANITES 35 000

* PRECAMBRIAN EVENTS IN THE GO NDW ANA 9 000

LAND FRAGMENTS-A CORRELATION OF

IGNEOUS AND METAMORPHIC EVENTS OF

ANTARCTICA WITH AUSTRALIA, INDIA AND

SRI LANKA

ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF CA IN OZOIC 2 000

VOLCANIC LAVAS IN E AUSTRALIA

EXPERIMENTAL PETROLOGY AT HIGH 77 000

PRESSURES AND TEMPERATURES DIRECTED

TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING OF DEEP CRUSTAL

AND UPPER MANTLE PROCESSES

* COMPARATIVE EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF 30 545

SAMPLES OF THE LOWER CRUST FROM THREE

DIFFERENT TECTONIC REGIMES

74

Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology (contd)

E A R T H S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

DR P R. JAMES

DR J.A. CO O PER

DR J. FODEN

DR R.L. OLIVER

(U niversity of A delaide)

DR E.C. LEITCH

(U niversity o f Sydney)

DR I.A. NICHOLLS

(M onash U niversity)

DR I.A. NICHOLLS

(M onash U niversity)

DR S.Y. O'REILLY

(M acq u arie U niversity)

DR R. OFFLER

(U niversity o f N ew castle)

DR R.C. PRICE

DR C.M . CRAY

(La T ro b e U niversity)

DR A.C. PURVIS

(U niversity o f A delaide)

ASSOC PROF. R.H. VERNON

DR R.H. FLO OD

(M acq u arie U niversity)

MR V.J. WALL

(M onash U niversity)

THE CRUSTAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE

PRECAMBRIAN HIGH GRADE BASEMENT

BETWEEN THE NORTHERN AND CENTRAL

AUSTRALIAN O R O G EN IC PROVINCES

MAGMATIC ARC HISTORY FROM FORE-ARC

SEDIMENTARY SEQUENCES

PARTITIONING OF RARE EARTH ELEMENTS

BETWEEN CLINOPYROXENES AND BASALTIC

LIQUIDS AS A FU NCTIO N OF PYROXENE

CO M PO SITIO N

* PETROLOGY/GEOCHEMISTRY OF ACTIVE CALC-

ALKALINE VOLCANOES, JAVA, INDONESIA

AN INTEGRATED STUDY OF THE PETROLOGIC,

GEOCHEMICAL, GEOPHYSICAL NATURE OF

CONTINENTAL LOWER CRUST AND UPPER

MANTLE: EMPHASIS O N EASTERN AUSTRALIA

* ILLITE CRYSTALLINITY, B.O & POLYTYPE

STUDY OF K-WHITE M ICA IN ROCKS FROM

FOREARC BASIN & SU BDU CTION COMPLEX

SEQUENCES, NEW ENGLAND FOLD BELT

THE GEOCHEMISTRY OF BASALTS OF THE

WESTERN DISTRICTS VOLCANIC PROVINCE

OF VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

* GEOCHEMISTRY AND GENESIS OF THE M OU NT

DROMEDARY COMPLEX: SMALLER INTRUSIONS,

LAVAS, PYROCLASTICS, CUMULATES AND

XENOLITHS

PETROLOGICAL AND TECTONIC STUDIES OF

GRANITIC ROCKS

FELDSPAR-QUARTZ-MELT RELATIONS AND

THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR CRYSTAL

ANATEXIS AND FELSIC MAGMA EVOLUTION

PROF. A.J.R. WHITE

(La T ro b e U niversity)

PETROLOGICAL AND GEOCHEMICAL STUDY OF

GRANITES OF CENTRAL AND WESTERN

VICTORIA

27 981

$

28 943

16 000

3 000

2 0 0 0 0

5 000

21 455

14 069

29 501

9 000

11 0 0 0

75

E A R T H S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Sedimentology (including sedimentary geochemistry)

The study of th e processes and p ro d u c ts of transpo rt and sedim entatio n of sand, silt, etc. and the alteration of such sed im en t to c o n so lid ated sedimentary rock of marine, lake or terrestrial origin. The study of chemical or biochem ical deposi ts from natural wa ters, including lim estone, salt de po sits and p h o s p h a te deposits.

i

DR A.V. ARAKEL GENESIS OF SILICIFIED CALCRETE 5 500

DR R.L. FROST DEPOSITS IN PALAEODRAINAGE SYSTEMS OF

(Q u eensland In stitu te of T echnology) INLAND AUSTRALIA

PROF. R.M. CARTER * SEA LEVEL CONTROLS O N TEMPERATE SHELF 6 000

ASSOC PROF. R.A. HENDERSON SEDIMENTATION PATTERNS

(Jam es C ook U niversity of N orth Q u e ensland)

PROF. L.A. FRAKES AUSTRALIAN CRETACEOUS ICE? 11 738

(U niversity of A delaide)

DR J.B. KEENE THE ORIGIN AND SIGNIFICANCE OF BEDDED 2 000

(U niversity of Sydney) CHERTS IN THE TASMAN GEOSYNCLINE

DR B.W. LOGAN PRESSURE RESPONSES IN CARBONATE 28 001

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia) SEDIMENTS AT LOW TEMPERATURE

DR B.W. LOGAN * AN INVESTIGATION OF BRINE REFLUX 13 000

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia) (SEEPAGE OUTFLOW ) AND DOLOMITIZATION

MACLEOD EVAPORITE BASIN WA

DR R.C. PRICE GEOCHEMISTRY OF OCEANIC CRUST 9 500

MR B.R. BOLTON AND METALLIFEROUS SEDIMENTS

(La T robe U niversity) IN THE SOUTH WEST PACIFIC

Genesis of Ore Deposits

The stud y of o r e deposits, their geological e n v ir o n m e n t an d their deta ile d mineralogy. Investigations leading to an u n d e r s t a n d i n g of h o w such d e p o si ts are fo rm ed , th e m a n n e r of c o n c e n tr a t io n of th e e c o n o m i c mine rals a n d t h e original so u rc e of th e particular e le m e n t s prior to or e form ati on.

DR M S. BLOOM

(M onash U niversity)

DR P R. HAMLYN

(U niversity of M elbourne)

DR R.R. KEAYS

(U niversity of M elbourne)

EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF MINERAL-SOLUTION 10 000

EQUILIBRIA: MOLYBDENUM COMPLEXING IN

HYDROTHERMAL SOLUTIONS

* APPLICATION OF PRECIOUS METAL 22 000

GEOCHEMISTRY TO THE ORIGIN OF

PLATINIFEROUS HO RIZO NS IN LAYERED

INTRUSIONS

APPLICATION OF PRECIOUS METAL STUDIES 22 000

TO THE PROBLEM OF SULPHUR SATURATION

OF SILICATE MELTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR

ORE GENESIS

76

EARTH SCIENCES (contd)

Genesis of Ore Deposits (contd)

DR T.A.P. KWAK

(La T robe U niversity)

DR W .P. LAING

DR M.J. RUBENACH

(Jam es C o o k U niversity of N o rth Q u e e n sla n d )

DR R.R. LARGE

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

DR M.J. RUBENACH

DR G .W . M ORRISON

(Jam es C o o k U niversity of N o rth Q u e e n sla n d )

DR P.K. SECCOMBE

(U niversity of N ew castle)

ASSOC PROF. R.G. TAYLOR

ASSOC PROF. D .l. GROVES

(Jam es C o o k U niversity of N o rth Q u e e n sla n d )

DR J.L. WALSHE

DR R.A. BOTH

(A ustralian N ational University)

DR J.L. WALSHE

(A ustralian N ational U niversity)

PROF. A.J.R. WHITE

DR T.A.P. KWAK

(La T robe U niversity)

THE GENESIS OF SN, U AND W 25 000

REPLACEMENT DEPOSITS

CHARACTERISTICS AND GENESIS O F SELWYN- 8 000

TYPE CO PPER-D OM INA NT METAMORPHIC

SYNTECTONIC HYDROTHERMAL DEPOSITS

GOLD AND SILVER IN VOLCANOGENIC 11 000

SULPHIDE DEPOSITS

* ANALYSIS OF GRANITOIDS AND HOST ROCKS 9 000

$

AS SOURCES OF SKARN AND ORE COM PONENTS

IN POLYMETALLIC SKARN DEPOSITS OF THE

CHILLAGOE DISTRICT NORTH QUEENSLAND

FLUID INCLUSION STUDIES AND ORE 6 500

GENESIS AT COBAR, N S W

THE MECHANISM OF SPECIALISED GRANITOID 28 238

FRACTIONATION AND THE EVOLUTION OF

MAGMATIC HYDROTHERMAL TIN-TUNGSTEN

FLUID SYSTEMS

A SULPHUR ISOTOPE STUDY USING THE ION 24 738

PROBE AND THE GENESIS AND METAMORPHISM

O F HYDROTHERMAL ORE DEPOSITS

* THERM ODYNAM IC STUDIES OF CHLORITE, 2 000

MUSCOVITE, AND BIOTITE AND APPLICATION

T O ORE GENESIS STUDIES

CHARACTERISTICS OF GRANITES AND THEIR 28 265

ALTERED EQUIVALENTS ASSOCIATED WITH

SN-W DEPOSITS

Exploration Ge ochemistry

The d e v e l o p m e n t of c he m ic a l m e t h o d s of p r o s p e c t i n g for o r e d e p o s i t s o r tracing ge ologic al

s t r u c tu r e s of e c o n o m i c significance.

DR C.Y. CH ORK * THE IMPLEMENTATION AND APPLICATION OF 10 000

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) SPATIAL CLASSIFICATION TECHNIQUES TO

THE ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF

EXPLORATION GEOCHEM ICAL DATA

7 7

E A R T H S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Geochronology and Isotopic Geochemistry

The stud y of natural stable and radiogenic iso topes provides critical information c o n cernin g the age, history and so urce of rock a n d mineral systems. Isotope g e o chronology provides th e essential time m e a s u r e m e n t for unravelling earth history, including th e placing of biological evo lution in a time fram ewor k.

DR A.J.W. GLEADOW

(U niversity of M elbourne)

FISSION TRACK THERM OCHRONOLOGY OF

SEDIMENTARY BASINS AND ADJACENT

CRYSTALLINE BASEMENT TERRAINS

$

9 000

DR R.T. GREGORY

(M onash U niversity)

STABLE ISOTOPE STUDIES OF ARCHEAN

HYDROTHERMAL SYSTEMS, PILBARA BLOCK,

WESTERN AUSTRALIA

22 000

DR H.K. HERBERT

(University of Q u e e n sla n d )

* GEOCHEMISTRY AND CHRO NOLOG Y OF HYDRO­

THERMAL ALTERATION ASSOCIATED WITH

EPITHERMAL A U /A G MINERALISATION OF N E

NEW SOUTH WALES AND S.E. QUEENSLAND

2 000

DR P.M. JEFFREY

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

* ISOTOPIC STUDIES OF NOBLE GASES IN

METEORITIC AND TERRESTRIAL MATTER

4 000

PROF. J.F. LOVERING

(U niversity of M elbourne)

* FISSION TRACK ANALYSIS IN HYDROCARBON

EXPLORATION: QUANTITATIVE MODELLING

TECHNIQUES

30 628

DR N.J. MCNAUGHTON

DR J.R. DE LAETER

ASSOC PROF. D.l. GROVES

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

ISOTOPIC CONSTRAINTS ON TECTONOTHERMAL

EVOLUTION OF THE PILBARA CRATON:

REGIONAL EXTENSION OF MODELS DERIVED

FROM THE SHAW GRANITOID-GNEISS TERRAIN

15 000

DR N.J. M CNAUGHTON

DR K.J.R. ROSMAN

(University of W e ste rn Australia)

* STABLE ISOTOPE VARIATIONS OF TIN 9 000

DR R.T. PIDGEON

DR S.A. WILDE

(W estern A ustralian In stitu te of Technology)

GEOCH RO NO LOG Y OF GRANITE AND GRANITE

GREENSTONE TERRAINS

19 500

DR S.E. SHAW

DR R.H. FLOOD

(M acquarie University)

* A CORRELATION OF CARBONIFEROUS IGNEOUS

ACTIVITY BETWEEN THE LACHLAN AND NEW

ENGLAND FOLD BELTS

3 667

DR R. VARNE

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

GEOCHEMISTRY OF HISTORICAL LAVAS FROM

THE SUNDA ARC

28 160

DR H.H. VEEH

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

GEOCHRONOLOGY OF COEXISTING FOSSIL

BONES AND SPELEOTHEMS IN VICTORIA CAVE

AT NARACOORTE, S A

2 500

PROF. A.F. WILSON

DR S.D. GOLDING

(University of Q u e ensland)

A SEARCH FOR TERRESTRIAL 1 7 0

ANOMALIES: IMPLICATIONS FOR MANTLE

HETEROGENEITY

17 000

78

Structural Geology and Regional Geology

The study of the spatial relationships of rock units, the evidence for strain and deform ation within and b e tw ee n rock units. The experimental study of the response of geological materials to applied stress. The integration of information from all sub-disciplines of earth science to yield geological synthesis describing th e existing geology of a region and the sequence of processes d e d u c e d to

have p ro d u c ed the observed geology.

$

E A R T H S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

DR T.H. BELL *

(Jam es C o o k U niversity of N o rth Q u e e n sla n d )

DEFORMATION PARTITIONING-ITS ROLE IN 26 001

FOLD AND FOLIATION DEVELOPMENT

DR R.F. BERRY *

(U niversity of T asm ania)

THE TECTONIC ANALYSIS OF FAULT 1 460

STRIATIONS IN THE PERMIAN AND M ESOZOIC

OF TASMANIA

DR R.A.F. CAS

DR D.R. GRAY

(M onash U niversity)

THE TECTONIC STYLE AND SIGNIFICANCE OF 29 706

THE ORDO VICIAN SYSTEM, EASTERN

VICTORIA

DR P.D. FLEMING INVESTIGATION OF PROBABLE 2 000

DR C.M . GRAY

(La T ro b e U niversity)

PRE-ORDOVICIAN BASEMENT ROCKS IN THE

O M E O (WAGGA) M ETAM ORPHIC BELT,

NORTH-EAST VICTORIA

DR A.E. GRADY *

(Flinders U niversity of S outh A ustralia)

THE TORLESSE-CAPLES JUN CTION , HAAST 3 000

SCHISTS, NEW ZEALAND

DR D.R. GRAY

(M onash U niversity)

THE ANALYSIS OF STRAIN AND OF 20 000

INCREMENTAL STRAIN HISTORY IN THE

ORDOVICIAN - SILURIAN ROCKS OF

VICTORIA - IMPLICATIONS FOR TECTONIC

DEVELOPMENT

DR L.B. HARRIS *

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

STRUCTURAL AND M ETAM ORPHIC EVOLUTION 28 765

OF THE ALBANY-FRAZER AND LEEUWIN

MOBILE BELTS

DR R.J. HOLCOM BE *

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

THE EXTENT OF SHAPE-DEPENDENT ROTATION 3 000

OF PORPHYROBLASTS IN ROCKS DURING

DUCTILE DEFORMATION

DR E.C. LEITCH

ASSOC PROF. B.D. WEBBY

DR K.J. MILLS

(U niversity o f Sydney)

PROTEROZOIC-EARLY PALAEOZOIC 9 400

DEVELOPMENT OF TASMAN FOLD BELT IN

WESTERN NEW SOUTH WALES

ASSOC PROF. C.M . POWELL

DR P.J. CO NA GH AN

(M a c q u a rie U niversity)

PALAEOZOIC PALAEOGEOGRAPHY OF THE 22 000

N S W SOUTH COAST AND HIGHLANDS

DR R. POWELL *

DR C.J.L. W ILSON

(U niversity of M elbourne)

TECTONIC EVOLUTION OF THE CENTRAL 10 000

AUSTRALIAN INTRACRATONIC THRUST BELT

7 9

Structural Geology and Regional Geology (contd)

E A R T H S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

$

ASSOC PROF. J. ROBERTS

MR P.G. LENNOX

* STRUCTURAL AND TECTONIC POSITION OF 2 655

THE HASTINGS BLOCK AND ITS

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) RELATIONSHIP TO THE LATE PALAEOZOIC

DEVELOPMENT OF THE NEW ENGLAND OROGEN.

DR W .D . ROOTS * EXAMINATION OF ORDOVICIAN-SILURIAN 8 000

(M acquarie U niversity) 'UN CO NFO RM ITY' IN E. AUSTRALIA AFTER

LOCATION OF A SECTION W HICH IS BOTH

CONFORMABLE AND GRADATIONAL

ASSOC PROF. J.J. VEEVERS

ASSOC PROF. C.M .C.A. POWELL

* GONDW ANALAND CONTEXT OF PHANEROZOIC 11 000

AUSTRALIA

(M acquarie University)

DR C.J.L. WILSON

DR J.P. BURG

(U niversity of M elbourne)

EVOLUTION OF FABRICS IN ICE MASSES, 12 000

QUARTZ AND ANALOGUES

Solid Earth Geophysics

D e t er m in a tio n of t h e physical p r o p e r t i e s of rocks in labor ato ry a n d field situations a n d th e use of

geophysical m e t h o d s t o d e d u c e t h e n a tu r e of t h e su b-su rface, including t h e d e e p crust, m a n t l e and

core. Investigations of natural e a r t h q u a k e activity, of variations in th e e ar th 's magnetic, electrical or gravitational fields a n d of th e th e r m a l a n d m ech an ic al history.

DR M. BARBETTI * ANCIENT GEOMAGNETIC VARIATIONS FROM 21 000

(U niversity of Sydney) POTTERY, KILNS, FIREPLACES AND LAVA

FLOWS IN ASIA AND AUSTRALIA

DR G. BOCK * SEISMOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF THE 3 000

(U niversity of N ew England) CRUST-MANTLE BOUNDARY AND UPPER MANTLE

UNDER AUSTRALIA AND SURROUNDING AREAS

USING CONVERTED WAVES

DR F.H. CHAMALAUN * GEOMAGNETIC VARIATION STUDIES OF THE 7 000

(Flinders U niversity of South A ustralia) AUSTRALIAN CRUST AND IONOSPHERE

DR J.R. GILLILAND

(South A ustralian Institu te of Technology)

* DETERMINATION OF RELATIVE GEOID 5 000

HEIGHTS IN THE AUSTRALIAN REGION

ASSOC PROF. M.T. GLADWIN

(U niversity of Q u e ensland)

* EARTH STRAIN SEISMOLOGY AND THE 18 000

DYNAMICS OF EARTHQUAKE RUPTURE PROCESS

DR B.D. JOHNSON

DR S.Y. O'REILLY

* AN INTEGRATED GEOLOGICAL-GEOPHYSICAL 30 500

INVESTIGATION OF THE AUSTRALIAN

DR C.N.G. DAMPNEY

(M acquarie University)

LITHOSPHERE

DR P.J. MORGAN

(C anberra C ollege of A dvanced Education)

AN ANALYSIS OF POLAR M OTION AND EARTH 14 000

ROTATION AND THEIR DEPENDENCE UPON

VARIATIONS IN ANGULAR MOMENTUM

ESPECIALLY THAT DUE TO THE ATMOSPHERE

80

E A R T H S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Solid Earth Geophysics (contd)

$

USE OF SPACE TECHNIQUES TO MEASURE 73 500

CRUSTAL M OTIO NS IN THE AUSTRALIAN

REGION

DR A. WHITE * THE GEOMAGNETIC VARIATION ANOMALY O N 15 500

(Flinders U niversity of S o u th A ustralia) EYRE PENINSULA, SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Marine Geology and Geophysics

This b r a n c h of t h e e a r t h sc ien ces has b e e n r e sp o ns ib le for m an y o f th e r e c e n t a d v a n c e s in the

u n d e r s t a n d i n g of e v o lu t i o n of t h e c o n t i n e n t s a n d o c ea n basins. Study of t h e o c e a n floors p ro v id es

the key t o t h e hi story of a ss e m b ly a n d di spe rsa l o f t h e c o n t i n e n t a l m as se s t h r ou g h geo log ic al time.

In a d d it i o n , m a r i n e ge o lo g y a n d g e o p h y s i c s e x a m i n e t h e c o n ti n e n ta l she lves a n d c o n ti n e n ta l slope s whi ch r e p r e s e n t s u b m a r i n e e x te n s i o n s of t h e c o n ti ne n ts . T h es e s tu d ie s ha v e g r e at i m p o r t a n c e for e v al ua ti on of na tural re so ur ce s, a n d incre as ingly for n e a r - s h o r e e n v ir o n m e n t a l q u e st io n s .

DR R. COLEMAN * GEOPHYSICAL STUDY OF SEAMOUNTS IN THE 8 000

ASSOC PROF. G .H. PACKHAM SOUTH TASMAN SEA

DR E.A.K. MIDDLEM OST

(U niversity of Sydney)

ASSOC PROF. A. STOLZ

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

Physical O ce a no gr a ph y

Australia's g e o g r a p h i c posit ion p r o d u c e s u n i q u e c o n d it i o n s of wa ves , tides, o c e a n c u r r e n t s a n d c o n v e c ti v e m o v e m e n t s of large w a t e r m as se s, t h e stud y of w h i c h is of b o t h local a n d global

inter es t. Stu di es of this t y p e a r e e s se n tia l in ev alu ati n g m ar in e re so u rc e s, in p l ann in g ex pl o it at io n of

o ff -sh or e p e t r o l e u m r e s o u r c e s a n d in co as tal e ro si o n a n d h a r b o u r m a n a g e m e n t.

PROF. G .W . LENNON FRONTS AND REMOTE SENSING IN SOUTH 18 200

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia) AUSTRALIAN WATERS

In ve rtebrate Palaeontology, Pala eo bo tan y and Stratigraphy

The c o lle ct io n, d e s c r i p t i o n a nd p r e s e r v a t io n of th e fossil r e c o r d of th e d e v e l o p m e n t a n d diversity

of i n v e r t e b r a t e life a n d pl ant life. T h e u se of fossils to d e d u c e p a st e n v i r o n m e n t s a n d e r e c t m o d el s

of e v o lu t i o n . The us e of fossils t o e r e c t a n d c o r re l a t e rock s e q u e n c e s a n d to e r e c t a n d t e s t m od el s

of p a st c o n t i n e n t a l co n fig ur a tio n s.

DR C.F. BURRETT CO N O D O N TS FROM THE TETHYAN MARGIN 26 001

(U niversity of Tasm ania) OF G O ND W ANA

DR D .C. CHRISTOPHEL

(U niversity of A delaide)

BIOSTRATIGRAPHY AND PALAEOBOTANY OF 11 500

THREE SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN TERTIARY

MEGAFOSSIL FLORAS

DR J.R. D O D S O N * RAINFOREST DYNAMICS IN NORTHEASTERN 10 000

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) NEW SOUTH WALES

ASSOC PROF. B.A. ENGEL

DR L.N. M ORRIS

(U niversity of N ew castle)

EVOLUTIONARY AND PALAEOGEOGRAPHIC 8 000

STUDIES OF CARBONIFEROUS AND PERMIAN

BRYOZOAN AND TRILOBITE FAUNAS OF

AUSTRALIA

81

Invertebrate Palaeontology, Palaeobotany and Stratigraphy (contd)

E A R T H S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

DR D.W . HAIG

(University of W e ste rn A ustralia)

ASSOC PROF. R.A. HENDERSON

(Jam es C ook U niversity of N orth Q u e ensland)

DR R.S. HILL

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

DR J.B. JAGO

(South A ustralian Institu te of T echnology)

DR R.A. JELL

(N ational M useum of Victoria)

DR J.S. JELL

(University of Q u e e n sla n d )

DR H.A. MARTIN

(University of N ew South W ales)

DR R. MAW SON

ASSOC PROF. J.A. TALENT

DR J.S. JELL

(M acquarie U niversity)

DR B. M CGOW RAN

(University of A delaide)

DR G. PLAYFORD

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

ASSOC PROF. J. ROBERTS

(University of N ew South W ales)

ASSOC PROF. B. RUNNEGAR

(University of N ew England)

* BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA ACROSS

CRETACEOUS-TERTIARY BOUNDARY ON

NORTHERN AND WESTERN MARGINS OF

AUSTRALIAN CONTINENT

STRATIGRAPHY AND PALAEONTOLOGY OF THE

BATHURST ISLAND FORMATION WITH SPECIAL

REFERENCE TO GLOBAL EUSTACY AND

PALAEOBIOGEOGRAPHY

ANGIOSPERM EVOLUTION AND PALAEOCLIMATE

INFERRED FROM TERTIARY PLANT

MEGAFOSSILS IN TASMANIA

* A COM PARISON OF THE BIOSTRATIGRAPHY

AND PALAEOECOLOGY OF THE CAMBRIAN

FAUNAS OF TASMANIA AND NORTHERN

VICTORIA LAND, ANTARCTICA

EVOLUTIONARY STRATEGIES, FUNCTIONAL

M ORPHOLOGY, AND SYSTEMATICS OF

AUSTRALIAN EARLY AND MIDDLE PALAEOZOIC

ECHINODERMS

AUSTRALIAN SILURIAN AND DEVONIAN CORAL

FAUNAS

* OLIGO-M IOCENE DINOFLAGELLATES IN THE

MURRAY BASIN:THEIR USE IN STRATIGRAPHY

AND CORRELATION OF THE MARGINAL MARINE

AND NON MARINE SECTIONS

* STAGE BOUNDARIES WITHIN THE DEVONIAN

AND BASAL CARBONIFEROUS OF AUSTRALIA

AND THE PATTERN OF TRANSGRESSIONS AND

REGRESSIONS

EARLY TERTIARY MICROPALAEONTOLOGY

O F THE AUSTRALIAN REGION:

NERITIC AND OCEANIC FORAMINIFERAL

FAUNAS

PALYNOLOGY OF AUSTRALIAN LATE

DEVONIAN-CARBONIFEROUS SEDIMENTS

* TAXONOMY, BIOSTRATIGRAPHY AND

PALAEOBIOGEOGRAPHY OF CAMBRIAN

BRACHIOPODS FROM THE CO ON IG AN

FORMATION, WESTERN N.S.W.

* ORIGIN AND EARLY EVOLUTION

O F THE METAZOA

2 000

$

2 0 0 0

11 794

2 000

4 000

11 000

1 2 0 0 0

18 000

10 000

21 000

3 200

22 133

82

Invertebrate Palaeontology, Palaeobotany and Stratigraphy (contd)

E A R T H S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

$

PROF. J.B. WATERHOUSE

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

PERMIAN MARINE STRATIGRAPHY OF BOWEN 11 600

BASIN

Ver te br at e Palaeontology

The c o lle ct io n, d e s c ri p t i o n a nd p r e s e r v a t io n of t h e fossil r e c o r d of th e d e v e l o p m e n t a n d diversity

of v e r t e b r a t e life fo rms. The u se of v e r t e b r a t e fossils to d e d u c e past e n v ir o n m e n t s a n d t o e r ec t

m o d e l s of ev olu ti on .

ASSOC PROF. M . ARCHER

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

DR M.L. AUGEE

(U niversity of N ew S outh W ales)

PROF. K.S.W. CAMPBELL

DR R.E. BARWICK

(A ustralian N ational U niversity)

DR R.E. MOLNAR

(Q u e e n sla n d M useum )

DR P.V. RICH

DR T.H. RICH

(M onash U niversity)

DR R.A. THULBORN

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

DR S. TURNER

(Q u e e n sla n d M useum )

DR A.A. WARREN

(La T ro b e U niversity)

* DEVELOPING A NATIONAL AND 61 500

INTERNATIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE

CORRELATION OF THE TERTIARY

MAMMAL-BEARING DEPOSITS O F NORTHERN

AUSTRALIA

A STRATIGRAPHICALLY CONTROLLED STUDY 11 000

OF THE MAMMALIAN FOSSILS FROM

WELLINGTON CAVES, NEW SOUTH WALES

EVOLUTION OF EARLY GNATHOSTOM E 11 700

VERTEBRATES

* SEARCH FOR M ESO ZOIC MAMMALS IN 4 500

QUEENSLAND

EVOLUTION OF THE HIGHER VERTEBRATES 11 000

WITH EMPHASIS O N AUSTRALASIAN ΤΑΧΑ:

A PALAEO-BIOCHEMICAL APPROACH

LATE PALAEOZOIC AND M ESO ZOIC TETRAPODS 2 000

OF QUEENSLAND

PALAEOZOIC MICROVERTEBRATE FAUNAS OF 6 500

AUSTRALIA (PRINCIPALLY THELODONTI:

AGNATHA)

AUSTRALIAN FOSSIL AMPHIBIA 21 000

G e om or ph olo gy

Study of t h e origin of la nd f o r m s a n d of t h e p r o c e ss e s w h i c h p r o d u c e d various l an df or m s.

G e o m o r p h o lo g i c a l stu d ies are of p a r ti cu l a r r e le va nc e to t h e i n te r p r e t a ti o n of regional vertical m o v e m e n t s of t h e crust, to t h e u n d e r s t a n d i n g of r e c e n t clim ati c c h a n g e and to t h e e v al ua ti o n of

m a n - m a d e c h a n g e s including e r o si o n , siltation a n d co astal m or p h o lo g y .

DR E.C.F. BIRD

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

ASSOC PROF. D.J. CLARKE

(U niversity of W ollongong)

COASTAL CLIFF EVOLUTION IN SOUTH-EAST

AUSTRALIA

COASTAL STORM FREQUENCY AND BEACH

EROSION

83

E A R T H S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Ceomorphology (contd)

$

DR R. HYDE * W IND FLOW, SAND TRANSPORT AND EROSION 3 300

DR P.A. HESP

(M acquarie U niversity)

OVER UNVEGETATED DUNES

DR G.C. NANSON

(U niversity of W ollongong)

* GEOM ORPHOLOGY AND SEDIMENTOLOGY 4 500

OF THE CHANNEL COUNTRY, SOUTHWEST

QUEENSLAND

DR J.A. PETERSON

(M onash U niversity)

QUATERNARY GEOLOGY AND ISOSTATIC 2 000

RECOVERY OF THE VESTFOLD HILLS

ANTARCTICA PHASE 2

Qu aternary Geology

The stud y of th e m o s t re c e n t (1-2 million) years of Earth history including particularly e v id e n ce s for climatic c ha ng e , for e vo lut io n of life fo rm s a n d th eir migra tion patt ern s, for re ce n t c a t as tr o p h ic even ts such as volcanic e r u p tio n s, a n d for r e c e n t crustal m o v e m e n t s of regional e xt e n t o r re lated

to local activ e or p oten tially act ive fault systems.

DR E.A. CO LHO UN

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

GLACIATION OF THE KING RIVER VALLEY 12 500

DR L.M. HEAD * PREHISTORIC ENVIRONMENTS AND HUMAN 5 000

(M onash U niversity) EXPLOITATION OF LAKE CO ND AH ,

SOUTHWESTERN VICTORIA: A PILOT STUDY

DR G.S. HOPE

(Australian N ational University)

* A PLEISTOCENE VEGETATION HISTORY FROM 11 000

LAKE TAGIMAUCIA, FIJI

DR A.P. KERSHAW

DR J.A. PETERSON

(M onash University)

* QUATERNARY HISTORY OF THE WESTERN 10 250

PLAINS, VICTORIA

DR A.P. KERSHAW

(M onash University)

* THE VEGETATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL 11 018

HISTORY OF NORTHEASTERN AUSTRALIA

PROF. B.G. THOM

(U niversity of Sydney)

* RELATIVE SEA LEVEL HISTORY OF HOLOCENE 3 000

ESTUARINE SEDIMENTS IN THE LOWER

HAWKESBURY RIVER

PROF. M.A.J. WILLIAMS

DR D A. ADAMSON

(M onash U niversity)

LATE CA IN O ZO IC ENVIRONMENTS: 5 MILLION 67 200

YEARS AGO TO PRESENT

E A R T H S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Soil Science and Hydrology

The study of th e p ro p erties of soils a n d their d e v e l o p m e n t re quires th e applic ation of many bran ch es of scien ce. Projects are generally direc te d to a sp e cts w h e r e increas ed u n d ers tan d in g may allow th e in tr o d u c tio n of b e tte r m a n a g e m e n t p ro c ed u re s for t h e use, im p ro v e m en t and c o n serv atio n of soils. Projects in h y drology provide th e basis for th e assess m ent of w a t e r resources.

s

ASSOC PROF. L.A.C. AYLMORE STUDIES OF SOIL-PLANT WATER RELATIONS 26 597

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia) USING COM PUTER ASSISTED TOM OGRAPHY

DR P.M . CHALK DETERMINATION OF THE FACTORS CAUSING 4 580

(U niversity of M e lb o u rn e ) INEFFICIENT USE OF FERTILIZER NITROGEN

APPLIED TO IRRIGATED SUMMER CROPS

DR B.T. HART CHARACTERISATION AND BEHAVIOUR OF 8 300

DR R. BECKETT SUSPENDED MATERIAL IN FLUVIAL AND

(C hisholm In stitu te of T echnology) ESTUARINE SYSTEMS

PROF. T.A. M CM A H O N

DR B.L. FINLAYSON

(U niversity o f M elb o u rn e)

PROF. T.A. M CM A H O N

DR B.L. FINLAYSON

DR T.T. GIBSON

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

PROF. J.M . OADES

(U niversity of A delaide)

PROF. J.P. QUIRK

(U niversity o f A delaide)

ASSOC PROF. H.B. SO

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

PROBLEMS IN STOCHASTIC HYDROLOGY 7 000

* A DETERMINISTIC APPROACH TO THE 10 000

EXPLANATION OF INTER-REGIONAL AND

INTERCONTINENTAL STREAMFLOW

DIFFERENCES

* ORGANO-M INERAL COMPLEXES IN SOILS 20 000

* RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE 11 000

MICROSTRUCTURE AND THE

PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

OF CLAY SOILS.

INFILTRATION AND EVAPORATION AS H 000

AFFECTED BY THE STRUCTURAL DEGRADATION

OF SOILS

DR N.J. TAPPER

DR D.L. DUNKERLEY

(M onash U niversity)

* MODELLING EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL 5 573

M ODIFICATIONS O N RIVER WATER

TEMPERATURES: A PILOT PROJECT

85

E A R T H S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Organic Geochemistry (including fossil fuels)

The ch aract erizat ion of th e nature, distribution and origin of organic chemicals or their d e g rad e d residues e n tr a p p e d within rock units, including particularly hy d ro c arb o n s (petroleum , oil-shale, coal). The stud y of organic c o m p o n e n t s of m o d ern se di ment s a n d their interaction with p o re fluids and inorganic sedimentary c o m p o n e n ts , particularly clay minerals.

$

DR A.C. HUTTON

DR ). ELLIS

DR P.T. CRISP

(U niversity of W ollongong)

INVESTIGATIONS OF THE MECHANISMS OF 8 000

OIL SHALE PYROLYSIS

DR J.B. JONES

(University of A delaide)

Exploration Geophysics

* NATURAL SOURCES OF CHELATING LIGANDS 2 000

FOR SILICON

The ap pli cat ion of physical m e t h o d s t o t h e s t u d y of geological st r u c tu r e s th a t may have e c o n o m i c significance.

DR L.M. HASTIE

(University of Q u e ensland)

* CONTROLLED SOURCE AUDIOMAGNETOTELLURIC 25 000

STUDIES

DR L.E.A. JONES

(University of Tasm ania)

* EFFECT OF CLAYS AND CARBONATES ON 12 000

COMPRESSIONAL AND SHEAR WAVE

VELOCITIES IN SANDSTONES

DR D.V. THIEL

(Griffith U niversity)

AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THE 4 600

INFLUENCE OF SOURCE POLARIZATION ON

THE AU DIO MAGNETOTELLURIC METHOD

PROF. K. VOZOFF

DR L.A. DRAKE

(M acquarie U niversity)

Other

IMAGE RESTORATION IN COAL SEISMOLOGY 29 811

Any o t h e r a s p e c t of Earth Sciences n o t c o v e r e d specifically by any p re vio us heading.

DR J.M. BENNETT

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

* EVAPORATION RATES FROM SHOALING WATER 10 000

DR R.A.D. BYRON-SCOTT

DR J.M. HACKER

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

* AERONAUTICAL MEASUREMENT OF VERTICAL 16 000

FLUXES OF WATER VAPOUR AND HEAT FROM

THE SHALLOWS OF AN INVERSE ESTUARY

DR R.A.F. CAS

(M onash University)

* RED ROCK & BRIDGEWATER - MULTIPLE VENT 7 500

QUATERNARY VOLCANIC CENTRES AND THE

INFLUENCE OF PHREATOMAGMATIC ACTIVITY

DR R.J. FORD

DR R.R. LARGE

DR P.W . SMITH

(University of Tasm ania)

THE APPLICATION OF LASER RAMAN 4 000

SPECTROMETRY TO PROBLEMS OF METALLIC

ORE DEPOSITION AND MINERAL STRUCTURE

86

E A R T H S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Other (contd)

DR M E. LONGMORE

(Australian N ational U niversity)

* PALAEO-ECOLOGICAL/-LIM NOLOGICAL RECORD 33 254

IN TW O PERCHED LAKES O N FRASER ISLAND

WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO EVOLUTION &

MANAGEMENT OF PERCHED LAKE CATCHMENTS.

$

87

E N G I N E E R I N G A N D A P P L I E D S C I E N C E S

Civil Engineering (General)

General civil engineering structures, materials and const ruction m anagem ent.

s

ASSOC PROF. S. VALLIAPPAN NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF CRACK 12 000

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) PROPAGATION IN BRITTLE MATERIALS

Civil Engineering (Structures)

Safe design, e c o n o m i c s of s tr u c tu re s, su ch as buildings, b ri d g es a n d roads, stru ctura l design, c o n c r e t e str uc tu re s, masonry.

ASSOC PROF. P. ANSOURIAN * THE LARGE DISPLACEMENT AND STABILITY 13 637

(U niversity of Sydney) OF STIFFENED PLATES AND SHELLS RELATED

TO THE DESIGN OF MATERIAL AND FLUID

CONTAINMENT STRUCTURES

ASSOC PROF. L.R. BAKER RESISTANCE OF MASONRY WALLS TO W IN D 26 766

(D eakin U niversity) LOADS

DR P.L.E.P. DARVALL SOFTENING IN REINFORCED CONCRETE 12 000

(M onash U niversity) BEAMS AND FRAMES

ASSOC PROF. P. GRUNDY * EFFECT OF M OV IN G LOADS ON DECK 13 000

(M onash U niversity) STRUCTURES

DR G.J. HANCOCK INTERACTION BUCKLING IN COLUMNS AND 22 274

(U niversity of Sydney) BEAMS

DR G.L. HUTCHINSON DYNAMIC BEHAVIOUR OF STORAGE TANKS 32 928

PROF. L.K. STEVENS WITH UPLIFTING BASE-PLATES

DR B.B. SHARP

(U niversity of M elbourne)

PROF. B.L. KARIHALOO COMPUTER-AIDED OPTIM UM DESIGN OF 24 000

(U niversity of Sydney) STRUCTURAL FRAMES

ASSOC PROF. J.L. MEEK GEOMETRIC AND MATERIAL NON-LINEAR 10 195

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) BEHAVIOUR OF SPACE FRAMES

DR R E. MELCHERS « HUMAN ERROR IN STRUCTURAL RELIABILITY 12 000

(M onash U niversity)

PROF. N.W . MURRAY * DEVELOPMENT AND EXPERIMENTAL 30 000

(M onash U niversity) VERIFICATION OF A METHOD FOR DESIGNING

• CRASHWORTHY STRUCTURES

PROF. C. O 'C O N N O R DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE OF VEHICLES AND 17 000

ASSOC PROF. P. SWANNELL THEIR SUPPORTING STRUCTURES

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

DR A.W. PAGE THE DEFORMATION AND FAILURE OF BRICK 12 750

(U niversity of N ew castle) MASONRY UNDER BIAXIAL STRESS

88

E N G I N E E R I N G A N D A P P L I E D S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Civil Engineering (Structures) (contd)

DR J.M. ROTTER

(U niversity of Sydney)

* BULK SOLID-STRUCTURE INTERACTION IN

THE FAILURE OF BINS AND SILOS

$

6 500

DR J.M. ROTTER

(U niversity of Sydney)

* BUCKLING OF RINGBEAMS IN ELEVATED

BINS

25 199

DR G.I.N . ROZVANY

(M onash U niversity)

OPTIM IZATION OF STRUCTURAL LAYOUTS BY

ANALYTICAL METHODS

22 000

PROF. N.S. TRAHAIR

(U niversity of Sydney)

FLEXURAL-TORSIONAL BUCKLING IN FRAME

STRUCTURES

11 556

PROF. N.S. TRAHAIR

(U niversity of Sydney)

LATERAL BUCKLING O F BEAMS AND ARCHES 12 137

ASSOC PROF. G.R. WALKER

DR E.D. JANCAUSKAS

(Jam es C o o k U niversity of N orth Q u e e n sla n d )

FATIGUE CHARACTERISTICS OF W IN D

LOADING O N LOW RISE BUILDINGS

23 423

Soil a n d R o c k M e c h a n i c s

Design of f o u n d a t i o n s for st r u c tu r e s, p a v e m e n t design, m in e des ign , e ng in e e r i n g ge ology.

DR J.R. BOOKER

DR J.P. CARTER

DR J.C. SMALL

(U niversity of Sydney)

* A STUDY OF THERMOMECHANICAL

PHENOMENA IN SOIL AND ROCK

12 000

PROF. H.G. POULOS

DR P.T. BROW N

(U niversity of Sydney)

BEHAVIOUR OF FOUNDATIONS

FOR OFFSHORE STRUCTURES

25 000

W a t e r a n d S a n i t a r y E n g i n e e r i n g

Hydr ol ogy , co astal en g in e eri ng , g r o u n d w a t e r , s e d i m e n t t r a n s p o r t, river an d c h an n e l en gin eer in g.

PROF. C.J. APELT

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

RESISTANCE TO FLOW AND TURBULENCE

CHARACTERISTICS IN IRREGULAR CHANNELS

13 073

DR D. BARNES

MR P.J. BLISS

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

* IMPACT OF ORGANIC SUBSTRATE VARIATION

ON THE PERFORMANCE AND RESPONSE OF

HIGH RATE ANAEROBIC PROCESSES

14 000

DR G.A. HOLDER

(M onash U niversity)

* KINETIC STUDIES OF THE GENERATION OF

HYDROGEN SULPHIDE BY MICROBIAL SLIMES

IN CONTACT W ITH SULPHATE-CONTAINING

WATER AND WASTEWATER

16 000

DR L.R. TOWNLEY

(U niversity o f W e ste rn Australia)

EFFECTS OF UNCERTAINTY IN NUMERICAL

GROUNDWATER MODELLING

21 760

89

Building Science and Architecture

Construction methods, aesthetic design, design for optimum lighting.

E N G I N E E R I N G A N D A P P L I E D S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

ASSOC PROF. J.S. GERO

DR A.D. RADFORD

(U niversity o f Sydney)

PROCEDURAL KNOWLEDGE MODELLING IN

ARCHITECTURE

$

25 200

ASSOC PROF. J.S. GERO

(U niversity o f Sydney)

* BUILDING DESIGN CODES AS EXPERT

SYSTEMS

27 000

DR K.C.S. KWOK

MR H.F. ROHDE

(U niversity of Sydney)

* SNOW AND W IN D FLOW AROUND AND THEIR

LOADINGS O N AUSTRALIAN ALPINE

BUILDINGS

12 000

Mechanical Engineering (General)

M ot or vehicles, e n gin es , w e ar , dy n a m ic vibration, robotics.

PROF. Z.A. PARSZEWSKI

(U niversity of M elbourne)

PROF. A.W . ROBERTS

MR M. O O M S

(U niversity of N ew castle)

Applied Mechanics

VIBRATIONAL ANALYSIS OF MACHINERY

WITH SUBSYSTEM EXPERIMENTAL

IDENTIFICATION AND AUTOMATIC

EXPERIMENT (OR PROCESS) CONTROL

* UNDERSTANDING THE BOUNDARY

FORCES BETWEEN PARTICULATE

SOLIDS AND A SOLID SURFACE WITH

MEASUREABLE TOPOGRAPHY

37 508

16 872

C o n tin ue m ec ha ni c s, d y n a m i c b eh av i o u r of str uc tur es a n d mac hines, gears, linkages, elasticity, rheology, plasticity, analysis t e c h n i q u e s , fract ur e, tribology.

DR J.M. CHALLEN

DR E.M. KOPALINSKY

PROF. P.L.B. OXLEY

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

ASSOC PROF. D.J.H. CORDEROY

DR M.B. MCGIRR

(University of N ew South W ales)

DR B. COTTERELL

ASSOC PROF. Y.W. MAI

(U niversity of Sydney)

DR L.E. FARMER

PROF. P.L.B. OXLEY

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

DR R.J. HOOKER

(University of Q u e e n sla n d )

A THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL 25 198

INVESTIGATION OF THE RELATED PROCESSES

OF SLIDING FRICTION,WEAR,ABRASION,

GRINDING AND MACHINING

* MIXED MODE FRACTURE MECHANICS 5 750

* FRACTURE IN CEMENTITIOUS MATERIALS 12 000

THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL 26 000

INVESTIGATION OF THE DEFORMATION IN

METAL W ORKING PROCESSES

ENERGY DISSIPATION IN METALS AND 4 000

COMPOSITES UNDER BIAXIAL STRESSES

90

ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCES (contd)

Plant and Power

Windmills, combustion, turbo-charging, pow er systems.

DR G.J.F. TR OUP APPLICATION OF LASER SPECKLE

ASSOC PROF. F. LAWSON PHOTOGRAPHY T O MINERAL PROCESSING

MR R.G. TURNER INVESTIGATIONS

(M onash U niversity)

Materials and Manufacturing Processes

Ma terials s c i en c e, m et a l cu tting, physical meta llu rg y, m ic r o st r u c t u r e , p r oc es s c ont ro l, c re e p , c o n c r e t e , c o m p o s i t e s , alloy s t r u c tu r e s , m e c h a n i c a l p r o pe rt ie s , p o l y m e t r ic materials, c or ro si o n, m ic r o w a v e drying.

DR A. ATRENS MODEL FOR STESS C O R R O SIO N CRACKING

ASSOC PROF. I.O . SMITH

(U niversity o f Q u e e n sla n d )

DR S. KITIPORNCHAI BUCKLING PROPERTIES OF TRUSSES AND

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) BEAMS

ASSOC PROF. R. M CPHERSON MICROSTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT IN ALUMINA

(M onash U niversity) -SILICA-ZIRCONIA CERAMICS PREPARED

FROM GLASSES

DR S. MYHRA

DR R.S.T.C. SMART

(G riffith U niversity)

PROF. R.l. TANNER

DR N. PHAN-THIEN

DR J.D. ATKINSON

(U niversity of Sydney)

DR P.F. TH O M SO N

(M onash University)

DR J.S. WILLIAMS

DR W .M . AUSTIN

(Royal M e lb o u rn e In stitu te of T echnology)

ASSOC PROF. D.J. YO UN G

(U niversity of N ew S outh W ales)

* INTERGRANULAR SEGREGATION AND

MICROSTRUCTURE IN CERAMICS STUDIED BY

SCANNING AUGER SPECTROSCOPY

STUDIES IN RHEOLOGY

* PREDICTION OF THE PROFILE OF HOT

ROLLED STEEL SLAB AFTER EDGE ROLLING

* GALLIUM ARSENIDE DEVICE PROCESSING

TECHNOLOGY - DOPANT ACTIVATION,ETCHING

AND METALLISATION

* MIXED GAS C O RR O SIO N OF FERROUS ALLOYS

AT HIGH TEMPERATURES

13 000

$

41 451

17 000

22 927

39 000

98 715

10 418

33 851

11 736

91

E N G I N E E R I N G A N D A P P L I E D S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Fluid Mechanics

Turbulent and laminar flow, naval a rchite ctu re, waterwaves, coastal engineering, gas dynamics, compu tation al fluid mechanics, stratified flow, offshore structu res, wind engineering, rheology, geophysical fluid dynamics, physiological fluid dynamics, chemical fluid flow, hydraulic transients, heat transfer, d o u b le diffusion, natural co nvec ti on, convection.

PROF. R.A. ANTONIA

OR A.J. CHAMBERS

DR L.W.B. BROWNE

(University of N ew castle)

PROF. R.W. BILGER

(University of Sydney)

PROF. J.R. BLAKE

DR G. DOHERTY

DR C. COLEMAN

(University of W ollongong)

ASSOC PROF. K. BREMHORST

(University of Q u e ensland)

DR L.W.B. BROWNE

PROF. R.A. ANTONIA

(University of N ew castle)

$

TRANSFER PROCESSES IN TURBULENT 70 929

SHEAR FLOWS

* ENVIRONMENTAL TURBULENT FLOWS WITH 29 541

CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL REACTIONS

* TRANSIENT CAVITIES NEAR BOUNDARIES 26 740

* EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THE 19 600

ENTRAINMENT CHARACTERISTICS OF

UNHEATED, SUBSONIC PULSED AIR JETS

THE VISCOUS SUBLAYER UNDERNEATH 10 304

A TURBULENT FLOW

DR M B. BUSH * DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTATIONAL METHODS 8 000

(University of W e ste rn Australia) FOR MODELLING POLYMER EXTRUSION

DR C.A.J. FLETCHER INTERNAL SWIRLING FLOWS 22 997

DR D.H. W O O D

(University of Sydney)

DR C.A.J. FLETCHER COM PUTATION OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL 27 715

(University of Sydney) FLOWS

DR R. GRIMSHAW INTERNAL GRAVITY WAVES 7 206

(University of M elbourne)

DR R. GRIMSHAW LARGE AMPLITUDE WAVES 8 000

(University of M elbourne)

DR L.F. HENDERSON SHOCK WAVE REFRACTION 25 991

(University of Sydney)

PROF. J. IMBERGER UNSTEADY SELECTIVE WITHDRAWAL 30 760

DR S.G. M ONISMITH

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

PROF. P.N. JOUBERT EXTRA STRAIN RATES IN TURBULENT 26 000

(University of M elbourne) BOUNDARY LAYERS

92

E N G I N E E R I N G A N D A P P L I E D S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Fluid Mechanics (contd)

PROF. P.N. JOUBERT TURBULENCE IN ROTATING FLOWS

(U niversity of M e lb o u rn e )

PROF. W .H . MELBOURNE

(M onash U niversity)

PROF. B.R. M O R TO N

(M onash U niversity)

DR T.T. NGUYEN

ASSOC PROF. J.B. H IN W O O D

(M onash U niversity)

PROF. J.Y. PARLANCE

DR R.D. BRADDOCK

DR W.L. HOGARTH

(G riffith U niversity)

DR J.C. PATTERSON

(U niversity o f W e ste rn A ustralia)

PROF. A.E. PERRY

(U niversity of M e lb o u rn e )

DR D .l. PULLIN

(U niversity of Q u e e n s la n d )

DR A.J. ROBERTS

(U niversity o f A delaide)

DR R.J. SANDEMAN

DR J.P. BAIRD

DR S.L. GAI

(A ustralian N ational U niversity)

PROF. R.J. STALKER

(U niversity o f Q u e e n s la n d )

PROF. E.O. TUCK

(U niversity of A delaide)

ASSOC PROF. R.E. VOLKER

DR A.J. JOH NSTO N

(Jam es C o o k U niversity of N orth Q u e e n sla n d )

* AERODYNAMIC INSTABILITIES LOADING AND

RESPONSE OF BLUFF BODIES IN A

TURBULENT FLOW

FLUID FLOW PAST SURFACE-MOUNTED

OBSTACLES

KINEMATIC PROPERTIES OF BREAKING WAVES

THE MOVEMENT BY WATER OF SOLUTES AND

SEDIMENTS IN SOILS

UNSTEADY NATURAL CONV ECTIO N IN

TRIANGULAR CAVITIES

* TURBULENCE STRUCTURES - PHASE III

STUDIES IN VORTEX INTERACTION

* MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ONSET OF

PENETRATIVE CONVECTION

STUDIES IN NONEQUILIBRIUM HYPER

VELOCITY FLOW

HIGH DENSITY HYPERVELOCITY

AERODYNAMICS

STUDIES IN HYDRODYNAMICS

* AN INVESTIGATION OF THE SIGNIFICANCE

OF DENSITY DIFFERENCES IN TIME

DEPENDENT MASS TRANSPORT IN

GROUNDWATER

30 177

40 000

10 0 0 0

8 0 0 0

16 000

$

12 000

105 000

6 0 0 0

10 0 0 0

26 000

115 000

32 000

11 917

93

E N G I N E E R I N G A N D A P P L I E D S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Heat and Thermodynamics

Co mbust io n, gas fluidisation, solar energy, engines, therm odynam ics , chemical reactors, tw o-phase flow.

PROF. R.W. BILGER COM BUSTION IN TURBULENT FLOW

(University of Sydney)

PROF. M.R. DAVIS

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

* TURBULENT STRUCTURE OF CASEOUS

DIFFUSION FLAMES-EXPANSION OF SCALES,

COM PUTATION AND SIMULATION

ASSOC PROF. G. DE VAHL DAVIS A STUDY OF MIXED AND NATURAL

DR J.A. REIZES CONVECTION IN ROOM S

DR E. LEONARDI

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

ASSOC PROF. J.H. KENT * SOOT FORMATION IN DIFFUSION FLAMES

(U niversity of Sydney)

Aerospace Engineering

Ae ro dynamics, tu r b u le n ce , r ot or craft, fatigue, sh oc kw av es , gas dy namics.

DR S.L. GAI * INVESTIGATIONS O N THE FLOW BEHIND A

DR J.P. BAIRD CASTELLATED BLUNT TRAILING EDGE

DR G. EITELBERG AEROFOIL IN SUPERSONIC FLOW

(University of N ew South W ales)

$

39 051

23 948

25 000

17 000

25 000

Industrial Engineering and M an ag em en t

Metal cutting, m an uf act ur in g, d ist rib ut io n, o p e r a t io n s resea rch , p r o d u c tio n .

ASSOC PROF. D.N.P. MURTHY * STUDIES IN RELIABILITY THEORY 7 000

(University of Q u e ensland)

Metallurgy

P ow de r tech no lo g y, hy d ro m et al lu rg y , c or ros io n, formability, th e r m o d y n a m i c s , p r oc ess metallurgy, minerals de f o rm a ti o n , met al ex tra cti on , fatigue, m icr ost ru ctu re , mac hining, metal working, injection, gas solid reac tion, ex tra ct io n metallurgy.

DR A. ATRENS * PASSIVITY BREAKDOWN 16 553

(University of Q u e e n sla n d )

PROF. A.V. BRADSHAW

DR S. BLAIRS

(University of N ew South W ales)

DR L.J. BREN HYDRAULICS, HYDROLOGY, AND VITALITY 15 481

DR I. O'NEILL OF RIVER RED-GUM FORESTS IN RELATION

DR P. HEINRICH TO FLOW VARIATIONS IN THE MURRAY RIVER

(University of M elbourne)

* THE MECHANISM OF REDUCTION OF IRON 22 600

OXIDES

94

ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCES (contd)

Metallurgy (contd)

DR P.|. BUNYAN

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

DR T. CHANDRA

DR D.P. DUNNE

(U niversity of W ollongong)

PROF. J.M. FLOYD

DR M. NILMANI

DR N.B. GRAY

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

PROF. J.M. FLOYD

DR M. NILMANI

DR N.B. GRAY

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

ASSOC PROF. N. KENNON

DR D.P. DUNNE

(U niversity of W ollongong)

DR N.C. KOTHARI

(James C ook U niversity of N o rth Q u e e n sla n d )

ASSOC PROF. F. LAWSON

(M onash U niversity)

DR A.S. MALIN

(University of N ew South W ales)

DR B.C. MUDDLE

(M onash U niversity)

ASSOC PROF. W .A. OATES

DR J.D. BROW NE

(U niversity of N ew castle)

ASSOC PROF. B.A. PARKER

DR B.C. M UDDLE

PROF. I.J. POLMEAR

ASSOC PROF. R. MCPHERSON

(M onash U niversity)

ASSOC PROF. B.A. PARKER

(M onash U niversity)

THE SU RRO UN DED ATOM CLUSTER MODEL OF

ALLOY THERM ODYNAM ICS AND ITS

APPLICATION TO THE COM PUTER GENERATION

OF ALLOY PHASE DIAGRAMS

THE INFLUENCE OF MICROALLOYING

ADDITIONS O N THE STRUCTURE AND

PROPERTIES O F HSLA STEEL WELDMENTS

DEVELOPMENT OF THE DESIGN CRITERIA FOR

IM PROVED SYSTEMS FOR TO P SUBMERGED

LANCING OF GASES AND SOLIDS INTO

PYROMETALLURGICAL BATHS

* INTERACTION BETWEEN SLAG, BULLION,

MATTE AND SPEISS IN SMELTING SYSTEMS

* CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC AND METALLOGRAPHIC

ANALYSES OF SHAPE M EMORY ALLOYS

* CHARACTERIZATION O F RAPIDLY SOLIDIFIED

ALUM INIUM -LITHIUM ALLOYS FOR

M ICROSTRUCTURES,DEFORMATION BEHAVIOUR

AND TENSILE PROPERTIES

* REFINING OF LOW MELTING POINT METALS

THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE DEFORMED

STRUCTURE TO RECRYSTALLIZATION

TEXTURES IN CO LD W ORKED AND HOT WORKED

ALLOYS

THE STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES OF

RAPIDLY QU EN CHED CRYSTALLINE ALLOYS

THE STRUCTURE AND THERM ODYNAM IC

PROPERTIES OF ALLOY HYDRIDES

ANALYTICAL ELECTRON M ICROSCOPY OF

MATERIALS

* THE PR ODU CTION STRUCTURE AND

PROPERTIES O F STRIP CAST ALLOYS

12 000

$

13 000

28 059

18 500

27 060

10 000

20 300

26 002

24 000

12 309

30 000

12 0 0 0

9 5

E N G I N E E R I N G A N D A P P L I E D S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Metallurgy (contd)

MR R.H. ROBERTS

(U niversity of N ew castle)

ASSOC PROF. I.O . SMITH

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

* SURFACE CO M POSITION S OF ALLOY AND 11 850

RECOIL IMPLANTED METAL SURFACES AND

THEIR RELATION TO CORROSION AND WEAR

RESISTANCE

* EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES FOR 13 000

ESTABLISHING THE MICROMECHANISMS OF

HIGH TEMPERATURE CREEP

$

ASSOC PROF. D.J. YOUNG * SEGREGATION MECHANISM AND PORE 12 000

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) DEVELOPMENT DURING SELECTIVE

DISSOLUTION OF ALLOY CONSTITUENTS

Electrical Engineering (General)

Signal proc ess ing , sys tem t h eo r y , a n a l o g u e a n d digital design, in te g ra te d circuit, translators, control theo ry.

DR R.E. BETZ * NONLINEAR CONTROL OF VOLTAGE AND 12 000

(U niversity of N ew castle) CURRENT SOURCE FED INDUCTION AND

SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES

Electric Power

Pow er sys tems, reliability, stability, electrical mac hines.

ASSOC PROF. A.D. STOKES * MONTE CARLO ANALYSIS APPLIED TO ARC 36 251

PROF. C.A. BIRD INTERRUPTION

PROF. G.L. BRAGLIA

(University of Sydney)

Communications

N e tw o r k t h eo r y , digital processing, signal processing, multi proc ess es , optical fibres, a n te n n ae , m ic r ow a ve t h e o r y an d devices, c o m m u n i c a ti o n s , sp e e ch , switching circuits.

PROF. R.E. BOGNER * PREDICTIVE SPEECH WAVEFORM CO DING BY 10 000

(U niversity of A delaide) USE OF PAST EPOCHS

DR D.W . GRIFFIN MICROWAVE DESIGN OF LARGE ANTENNAE 6 000

(U niversity of A delaide)

ASSOC PROF. J.L. HULLETT OPITCAL FIBRE BACKSCATTER PROCESSING 35 941

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia) IN THE LONG WAVELENGTH REGION

96

Electronic Devices and Circuits

C om puter aided design, integrated circuits, digital processing, sem i-conducted devices, bioelectronics, ultrasonics.

E N G I N E E R I N G A N D A P P L I E D S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

$

DR B.D. BATES * ANALYSIS OF MULTIPLE-DEVICE MICROWAVE 7 780

(U niversity of M e lb o u rn e ) OSCILLATOR CIRCUITS

ASSOC PROF. M.A. GREEN MICROELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS OF 33 254

DR L.W. DAVIES CO N D UCTOR-TH IN INSULATOR-SEM ICONDUCTOR

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) STRUCTURES

ASSOC PROF. M.A. GREEN HEAVY D O PIN G EFFECTS IN SILICON 24 000

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) SEM ICO NDU CTO R DEVICES

DR R.A. MINASIAN * GBIT/S FIBREOPTIC RECEIVERS 8 000

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

ASSOC PROF. NASSIBIAN GA AS MISFET M ICROW AVE DEVICE 24 980

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia)

Control and Systems

Ad a p tiv e c on tr o l, p o w e r sys tem s, ro b o tic s.

PROF. G .C . G O O D W IN

PROF. A. CANTONI

DR R.J. EVANS

DR D.J. HILL

(U niversity of N ew castle)

DR R.B. NEWELL

DR P.L. LEE

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

DR T.S. NG

(U niversity of W ollongong)

DR A.C. TSOI

(U niversity o f N ew South W ales)

ROBUST CONTROL AND CO M M U N ICA TIO N

SYSTEMS

* PROCESS ALARM SYSTEM ANALYSIS USING

EXPERT SYSTEMS

* RECURSIVE SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION AND

ITS APPLICATIONS

* DATA SEGMENTATION AND MODELLING OF

MAMMALIAN ELECTROENCEPHAGRAPHS (EEC)

C o m p u te r Science and Data Processing (General)

91 768

17 000

12 000

8 0 0 0

C o m p u t e r pr o g r a m m i n g , c o m p u t e r a r c h i t e c t u r e , s p e e c h re co g ni tio n , artificial in tel ligence, rob otic s, o p e r a t i n g sys tem s, d a t a bases.

ASSOC PROF. J. LIONS

DR D.A. CARRINGTON

(U niversity o f N ew South W ales)

DR P.G. MCCREA MULTI-MICROPROCESSOR IMPLEMENTATION OF 13 000

DR A.K. BURSTON A RELATIONAL DATABASE MANAGEMENT

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) SYSTEM

DEVELOPMENT OF A PERSONAL WORKSTATION 10 991

FOR IMPROVED USER/M ACHINE PERFORMANCE

97

Computer Science and Data Processing (General) (contd)

$

E N G I N E E R I N G A N D A P P L I E D S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

DR M. O'KANE

(C anberra C ollege of A dvanced Education)

THE FO PHO CO N TIN U O U S SPEECH 31 000

RECOGNITION PROJECT

DR M. WAGNER

(U niversity of W ollongong)

C om pu te r Hardware

* AUTOMATIC SPEECH RECOGNITION AS INPUT 13 265

FOR A CHINESE COMPUTER

Mi c ro pr oc e sse s, c o m p u t e r a r c h i te c tu r e , VLSI design, fault to le r a n c e design, digital systems, micr oel ect ro ni cs , s of tw a r e en g in e eri n g, testability.

DR G.R. HELLESTRAND

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

A SYSTEM OF DIGITAL HARDWARE 31 222

DESCRIPTION,SIMULATION AND REALISATION

PROF. A.H.J. SALE

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

* OCCAM - VLSI SILICON COMPILER RESEARCH 14 500

DR D.J. SKELLERN

(U niversity of Sydney)

VLSI SYSTEMS FOR IMAGE FORMATION 20 000

PROF. C.S. WALLACE

DR D. ABRAMSON

(M onash University)

Comp ute r Software

CAPABILITY-BASED MULTIPROCESSOR 29 490

Filters, languages, v e ct or proc ess ing , tex t pr ocessing, num eric al models, real-time simulators, ele ct ro ni c mail, lang ua ge design, e x p e r t sys tems, c o m p u t e r graphics, c o m p u t e r n e tw o rk , sta te of m a n a g e m e n t, portability, g ra ph t h e o r y , fault t o le r an c e , artifical intelligence.

ASSOC PROF. T. DOW NS

(U niversity of Q ueensland)

* MODELLING SOFTWARE TESTING AND 8 000

SOFTWARE RELIABILITY

PROF. J.L. KEEDY

(U niversity of N ew castle)

* THE LEIBNIZ PROGRAM M ING LANGUAGE 12 000

DR G.B. M CM AHON

DR C.A. SAMMUT

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

IMPLEMENTATION OF A PROLOG COMPILER 12 000

FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE RESEARCH

DR J.R. QUINLAN

(N.S.W. Institu te of Technology)

FLEXIBLE FRAMEWORK FOR EXPERT SYSTEMS 26 466

DR J. ROSENBERG

DR D. ABRAMSON

PROF. J.L. KEEDY

(M onash University)

* M ONADS-PC-A WORKSTATION FOR SOFTWARE 17 400

ENGINEERING (OPERATING SYSTEM)

DR J. WELSH

(University of Q u e ensland)

A SYSTEM FOR THE DETECTION OF DYNAMIC 23 202

SEMANTIC ERRORS IN COMPUTER PROGRAMS

98

ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCES (contd)

Information Systems

Wigner distribution, perception vision, security, data bases, information systems, computer design.

DR B. BOASHASH

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

* W IGNER TIME-FREQUENCY ANALYSIS OF

NON-STATION ARY RANDOM SIGNALS (THEORY

IMPLEMENTATION AND APPLICATION)

$

20 734

DR J.J. C A N N O N

DR C. BUTLER

(U niversity of Sydney)

* LANGUAGE AND KNOWLEDGE BASED

SYSTEMS FOR M ODERN ALGEBRA

13 000

Mathematics of Computing

Integral and differential equations, numerical analysis, linear algebra, combinatorics, number theory, data analysis.

DR J.A. BELWARD

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

* FREDHOLM INTEGRAL EQUATIONS OF THE

FIRST KIND O N SM O O TH CLOSED CURVES -

ALGORITHMS AND SOFTWARE

12 000

DR K.E. FORW ARD

DR T.S. DILLON

(M onash University)

MATHEMATICAL MODELLING O F REAL-TIME

MULTIPLE CO M PUTER SYSTEMS

26 000

DR J. KAUTSKY

DR S. ELHAY

(Flinders U niversity of S outh Australia)

* NUMERICAL M ETHODS AND MATHEMATICAL

SOFTWARE FOR PROBLEMS IN LINEAR

ALGEBRA

21 934

PROF. R. LIDL

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

CRYPTOSYSTEMS BASED O N FINITE FIELDS

OR RESIDUE CLASS RINGS

21 586

DR ). STAPLES

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

* COM PUTER-AIDED DEDUCTIVE REASONING 7 000

C om pu tin g Methodologies

Expert systems, numerical analysis, models. computational fluid dynamics, logic programming, data base

MR J. |AFFAR

DR J.-.L. LASSEZ

(M onash U niversity)

PROGRAM M ING W ITH EQUATIONS IN LOGIC

PROGRAMS

22 000

DR R.A. JARVIS

(M onash U niversity)

INTELLIGENT SENSORY-BASED ROBOTICS 35 682

DR R.B. STANTON

(A ustralian N ational U niversity)

RULE BASED EXPERT SYSTEMS CONSTRUCTION

TOOLS WITH SUPPORT FOR ASSUMPTIONS

27 710

9 9

E N G I N E E R I N G A N D A P P L I E D S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Chemical Engineering (General)

Gas fluidisation, sp o u te d beds, aeroso ls , fluid mechanics, po w d ers, coking, distillation, fluidisation, biochemical reactors, com b u s ti o n , gas solid flow, bubbling.

$

PROF. J.B. AGNEW

(University of A delaide)

THE CATALYTIC DEHYDROGENATION OF 15 000

ISO-BUTANE: DEACTIVATION-DISGUISED

KINETICS

DR J.M. BURGESS

PROF. L.S. LEUNG

MR Y.O. C H O N G

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

DYNAMICS OF FLUIDISED BEDS 18 000

DR D.D. DO

DR P.F. GREENFIELD

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

STUDIES OF CO KING DEACTIVATION IN 34 000

CATALYTIC REFORMING REACTIONS

PROF. C.J.D. FELL * OPTIM IZATION OF MEMBRANE MODULES FOR 25 000

ASSOC PROF. A.G. FANE

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

ULTRAFILTRATION

PROF. L.S. LEUNG

MR Y.O. C H O N G

DR P.L. LEE

(U niversity of Q u e ensland)

FLUID DYNAMICS AND HEAT TRANSFER 23 500

STUDIES IN A VERTICAL COUNTER CURRENT

SOLID-SOLID MULTITUBE HEAT EXCHANGER

PROF. L.S. LEUNG

(U niversity of Q u e ensland)

GAS SOLID FLOW CHARACTERISTICS 34 940

PROF. O.E. POTTER

DR T. SRIDHAR

(M onash U niversity)

* CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF LIQUID-PHASE 16 000

ORGANIC OXIDATIONS

DR J.A. RAPER

(U niversity of N ew castle)

Chemical Engineering Processing

EVAPORATION OF DROPLETS IN M OVING GAS 6 340

STREAMS

Hydr om eta llur gy , rh eology, p o w d e r s , distillation, flotation, liquefaction, p e tr o l e u m eng inee rin g.

DR J.R.G. ANDREWS

DR C. TIU

DR P.H.T. UHLHERR

(M onash University)

* PREDICTION OF THE SELECTIVITY OF 8 000

PARTICLE SEPARATIONS IN SUSPENSIONS

CONTAINING SIGNIFICANT QUANTITIES OF

VERY FINE PARTICLES

PROF. D.V. BOGER

(U niversity of M elbourne)

ACCELERATING AND DECELERATING FLOWS OF 35 879

VISCOELASTIC FLUIDS

PROF. D.V. BOGER

(U niversity of M elbourne)

* NON-NEW TONIAN FLUID MECHANICS - A 33 000

MAJOR EQUIPMENT PROPOSAL

1 0 0

E N G IN E E R IN G A N D APPLIED SCIE N CE S ( c o n t d )

C h e m i c a l E n g i n e e r i n g P r o c e s s i n g ( c o n t d )

PROF. C.J. JAMESON

(U niversity of N ew castle)

FINE PARTICLE ENTRAINMENT AND DRAINAGE

IN FLOTATION FROTHS

$

16 000

MR D M. NOBBS

ASSOC PROF. P.B. LINKSON

(U niversity of Sydney)

HYDROMETALLURGICAL ROUTES FOR THE

ISOLATION AND SELECTIVE SEPARATION OF

METALS USING SULPHUR DIOXIDE

21 461

ASSOC PROF. W .V. PINCZEWSKI

PROF. C.J.D . FELL

(U niversity o f N ew South W ales)

* DYNAMICS OF GAS INJECTION

INTO LIQUIDS

14 236

PROF. O.E. POTTER

(M onash U niversity)

* FLUIDIZED BED REACTORS W ITH INTERNALS 35 158

DR E.T. WHITE

(U niversity o f Q u e e n sla n d )

* DEVELOPMENT OF AN IMPROVED CO NTIN UOU S

PROCESSING CENTRIFUGE

12 000

B i o c h e m i c a l S y s t e m s

Fe r m en t at i o n , biological pro c es s es , i mm obi lis at ion , ap p li e d m ic ro bi olo gy .

DR j.P. BARFORD

(U niversity o f Sydney)

* THE KINETICS OF SUCROSE UTILIZATION BY

YEASTS

14 137

DR P.F. GREENFIELD

DR D.D. D O

FUNDAMENTAL M ODEL OF IM M O BOU SED CELL

BEHAVIOUR

35 000

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

A p p l i e d S c i e n c e ( G e n e r a l )

C o rr os io n , we ld ing , ion im p l a n ta t io n , diffusion, p h a r m a ce u tic al s, lens c on st r u c t i o n , o p tic s, catalysts.

ASSOC PROF. B.W. CHERRY

(M onash U niversity)

THE INITIATION OF STRESS CO RROSION

CRACKING BY LOW FREQUENCY CYCLIC

STRAINING

25 265

DR J.R. GRIFFITHS

DR Z.H. STACHURSKI

(M onash University)

* ANALYSIS OF ISOTHERMAL AND

NONISOTHERMAL TRANSFORMATION

KINETICS

12 300

ASSOC PROF. B.A. HOLDEN

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

* MATERIAL PROPERTIES OF HARD

GAS-PERMEABLE CONTACT LENSES

24 000

DR I D. MACLEOD

(W estern A ustralian M aritim e M useum )

* DEGRADATION AND CONSERVATION OF PEWTER

AND W O O D -IR O N COM POSITE MATERIALS

RECOVERED FROM HISTORIC SHIPWRECKS

13 000

101

E N G I N E E R I N G A N D A P P L I E D S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Applied Physics

Musical instruments, image processing, general relativity, theoretic al optics,surface physics, acoustic devices, optical fibres, lasers, in te grated circuits, ele ctronic devices, thin film technology, magnetism.

$

ASSOC PROF. D.J.H. COCKAYNE DISLOCATION STRUCTURES AND KINETICS IN 24 266

(University of Sydney) SEM ICONDUCTORS

ASSOC PROF. D.J.H. COCKAYNE SEGREGATION AND PRECIPITATION IN 22 611

DR G.R. ANSTIS

(U niversity of Sydney)

CRYSTALS

DR T.R. FINLAYSON * THE INFLUENCE OF RESIDUAL STRESSES O N 20 834

DR J.R. GRIFFITHS THE PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL

(M onash University) PROPERTIES OF ALLOYS

PROF. H.J. GOLDSMID MECHANICAL DAMAGE IN THERMOELECTRIC 13 000

DR L.B. HARRIS

DR V.R. HOWES

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

MATERIALS

DR L.B. HARRIS * INTRINSIC GRAIN BOUNDARIES AND 8 000

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) OXIDATION

DR C.M . HORW ITZ MICROFABRICATION WITH LOW-PRESSURE 18 500

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) DISCHARGES

DR D.R. MCKENZIE

DR D.J.H. COCKAYNE

MICROSTRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF SOLIDS 13 825

USING ELECTRON ENERGY LOSS

DR P.S. TURNER

(University of Sydney)

SPECTROSCOPY

DR J. UNSW ORTH

(M acquarie U niversity)

PZT/POLYMER COMPOSITES 14 150

DR J.S. WILLIAMS * PHASE STABILITY AND IMPURITY DIFFUSION 8 200

DR I.B. BUBB IN ION-IMPLANTED AM O RPH OU S AND

DR H.K. WAGENFELD

(Royal M e lb o u rn e In stitu te of Technology)

Engineering Mathematics

CRYSTALLINE SILICON

O p e r a t i o n s r es ear ch , elasticity, op tics, num eric al analysis, hy d ro d yn am ics , fluid mec han ics , dyna mics.

ASSOC PROF. T. DO W NS

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

* NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF SYSTEMS 8 000

CONTAINING RANDOM PARAMETERS

DR D.W . KELLY

(University of N ew South W ales)

A-POSTERIORI ERROR ESTIMATES AND 21 000

ADAPTIVE ALGORITHMS FOR FINITE ELEMENT

ANALYSIS

1 0 2

E N G I N E E R I N G A N D A P P L I E D S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

A c o u s t i c s a n d N o i s e C o n t r o l

Noise con trol, vibration, th eory of aco usti cs , noise m e a s u re m e n t, ultrasonics, jet noise, vibration control.

$

DR D.A. BIES

DR M.K. BULL

DR J.M. PICKLES

DR M . ZOCKEL

(U niversity of A delaide)

SAW NOISE GENERATION AND CONTROL 48 028

DR M .P. NORTON

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

RANDOM STRUCTURAL VIBRATIONS 14 000

ASSOCIATED W ITH PIPING SYSTEMS

PROF. B.J. STONE

DR M .P. NORTON

DR G .W . STACHOWIAK

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

B i o m e c h a n i c s

MECHANISMS O F NOISE AND VIBRATION 16 000

GENERATION IN ROLLING CONTACT BEARINGS

Lo co m ot io n, r ot or s tribology, i n s t r u m e n t a t i o n , m ec h an i c s. artificial o rg a n s, m u sc le d y na mi cs , biofluid

DR C .D . BERTRAM *

(U niversity of N ew S o u th W ales)

' MECHANISMS O F KOROTKOV SO UND S 24 835

PROF. J.R. BLAKE ’

(U niversity o f W ollongong)

1 MECHANICS OF M UCO-CILIARY TRANSPORT 12 000

DR J. M AZUM DAR ’

DR B.J. NOYE

DR I.H. CRAIG

(U niversity of A delaide)

S u r v e y i n g a n d E a r t h R e s o u r c e s

► A BIOMECHANICAL STUDY O F FLOW TH ROU GH 16 000

PROSTHETIC AORTIC VALVES

G e o d e s y , surveying, p h o t o g r a m m e t r y , r e m o t e sensing.

ASSOC PROF. J.S. ALLMAN

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

GEODETIC POSITION FROM MULTI STATION 13 000

SATELLITE MEASUREMENTS

DR A .H .W . KEARSLEY

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

* EVALUATING G EO ID DIFFERENCES TO 12 000

PRECISIONS O F 5CM OVER LINES OF 100 KM

ASSOC PROF. J.A. RICHARDS

DR B.C. FORSTER

DR A.K. MILNE

ASSOC PROF. J.C. TRINDER

DR G.R. TAYLOR

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

AUSTRALIAN MULTI-EXPERIMENTAL 50 000

ASSESSMENT OF SPACE SHUTTLE SYNTHETIC

APERTURE RADAR IN REMOTE SENSING OF

EARTH RESOURCES

1 0 3

Environmental Engineering

Water quality, coastal engineering, photochem ical smog, groundw ater energy.

$

PROF. V.T. BUCHWALD DIFFRACTION OF SHELF WAVES 8 000

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

E N G I N E E R I N G A N D A P P L I E D S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Other

PROF. L. BASS

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

PHYSIOLOGICALLY BASED PHARMACOKINETICS 56 254

DR R.P. BURFORD

ASSOC PROF. J.L. GARNETT

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

RADIATION CROSSLINKING OF ELASTOMERS 13 000

-i

PROF. M. DARVENIZA

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

* ELECTRICAL AND MEDICAL EFFECTS OF

LIGHTNING O N PEOPLE INSIDE BUILDINGS

-AN AUSTRALIAN SURVEY

10 313

■ v .

MR R.J. DRY

(M onash U niversity)

* HIGH VELOCITY GAS-SOLID FLUIDISATION

A FUNDAMENTAL STUDY OF GAS-SOLIDS

CONTACT EFFICIENCY

8 000

DR G.H. EDWARD

(M onash U niversity)

DEFORMATION MECHANISM MAPPING OF

POLYMERS

16 000

r

ASSOC PROF. Y.W . MAI

DR R.P. BURFORD

DR R.P. CHAPLIN

(U niversity of Sydney)

SYNTHESIS AND PROPERTIES OF NOVEL

INTERPENETRATING POLYMER SYSTEMS

13 000

DR J.F. MATHEWS

(M onash U niversity)

CATALYTIC REMOVAL OF OXYGEN FROM

VICTORIAN BROW N COAL

13 000

DR F.J. PAOLONI

(U niversity of W ollongong)

SWEPT FREQUENCY MICROWAVE TOM OGRAPHIC

IMAGING

10 000

ASSOC PROF. W .V. PINCZEWSKI

(University of N ew South W ales)

FUNDAMENTAL STUDY OF THE RECOVERY OF

WATERFLOOD RESIDUAL OIL BY CARBON

DIOXIDE IN PO ROU S MEDIA

11 900

DR D. ROSENFELD

PROF. T.W . COLE

(U niversity of Sydney)

A SYSTEMS STUDY OF NUCLEAR MAGNETIC

RESONANCE TO M O GRAPH IC IMAGING

54 000

104

H U M A N I T I E S A N D E C O N O M I C S

Classical Studies and Classical Archaeology

To study t h e origins of W es te rn civilization in classical anti quity c o n ti n u e s to be an im p o r ta n t task for hu m an ist s, to w hich Australian sc holars are able to m ake significant contributio ns.

$

PROF. A. CAM BITOGLOU THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPEDITION TO 4 9 000

(U niversity of Sydney) TORONE CHALKIDIKE, NORTH GREECE

PROF. G .W . CLARKE DIONYSIUS OF ALEXANDRIA 5 863

(A ustralian N ational U niversity)

PROF. G .W . CLARKE * ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD SURVEY, 22 600

MR P.J. C O N N O R NORTHERN SYRIA

(A ustralian N ational U niversity)

MS S.M. DIXON * M OTH ERH O O D IN ANCIENT ROME 3 250

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

ASSOC PROF. J.R. GREEN * GREEK THEATRE PR O D U CTIO N 5 400

(U niversity of Sydney)

PROF. J.B. HENNESSY ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATIONS AT PELLA 59 000

DR A.W . MCNICOLL (TABAQAT FAHL) IN JORDAN

(U niversity of Sydney)

DR W .J. JOBLING THE DEVELOPMENT OF URBAN CIVILIZATION 27 500

(U niversity of Sydney) IN NW ARABIA, S JORDAN, S PALESTINE

AND SINAI

PROF. E.A. JUDGE THE EVIDENCE OF DOCUMENTARY PAPYRI FOR 33 000

ASSOC PROF. B.F. HARRIS THE HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY BETWEEN

DR A.M . EMMETT THE FIRST AND EIGHTH CENTURIES

(M acq u arie U niversity)

ASSOC PROF. R.J. M ORTIFY THE ORIGINS AND DEVELOPMENT OF 9 676

DR A M. EMMETT HISTORIOGRAPHY IN LATE ANTIQUITY

DR B.F. CROKE

(M a c q u a rie U niversity)

PROF. M.J. OSBORNE A BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF ATHENIANS 11 188

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e) IN ANTIQUITY

DR E.G. PEMBERTON THE ART OF ANCIENT CORINTH 3 347

(La T ro b e U niversity)

DR F. SEAR A STUDY OF ROM AN ARCHITECTURE AND 38 049

ASSOC PROF. R E. APPERLY WALLPAINTING BY THE AUSTRALIAN

(U niversity of A delaide) ARCHAELOGICAL EXPEDITION TO POMPEII

PROF. P.R.C. WEAVER * ROMAN PERSONAL NOMENCLATURE 12 600

DR P.A. GALLIVAN

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

1 0 5

H U M A N I T I E S A N D E C O N O M I C S ( c o n t d )

Asian Languages and Literature

The i m p o rta n ce of stu dying th e c u lt u res of neig hbouring countries in Asia is increasingly recogn ised t h r o u g h o u t Australia: re sea rc h in Asian languages a n d literature provides a key to th e u n d e rstan d in g of th es e cultures.

$

DR Z. BARNEA OPTIM IZED COM PUTER INPUT FOR 14 180

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e) IDEOGRAPHIC CHARACTERS AND SYLLABARIES

DR R.K. BARZ THE NUMERAL CLASSIFIER IN AVADHI 3 183

(Australian N ational U niversity) HINDI

English (including Australian an d American Literature)

Literary r e se a r c h in Australia n o w i n cl ud e s t h e stud y of n e w literat ur es in English from co u n tr i es like Fiji, Malaysia, India, a n d t h e C a r i b b e a n as well as w o r k on Australian, British, a n d Ame rica n lite rature, all of w h i c h a r e cen tr al c o n c e r n s t o hum ani sti c sc hol ars hip in an English-speaking cou ntry .

DR R.F. ALEXANDER A BIOGRAPHY OF 10 076

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) WILLIAM PLOMER

DR C.A. ALEXANDER * THE EARLY WRITINGS OF CHARLOTTE BRONTE 8 607

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

MR R.J. BARNES * LIFE AND LETTERS OF JOSEPH FURPHY 12 250

(La T robe U niversity)

ASSOC PROF. B.H. BENNETT POETRY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA AND 35 703

DR S.C. HARREX AUSTRALASIA

(Flinders U niversity of S outh Australia)

MS V.H. BLAIN

(M acquarie U niversity)

A CRITICAL REFERENCE GUIDE TO W OM EN'S

WRITING

18 500

PROF. J.F. BURROWS

(U niversity of N ew castle)

* RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN NATURAL LANGUAGE

AND THE LANGUAGE OF FICTION

16 350

DR R.W. DIXON

(Jam es C ook U niversity of N orth Q u e ensland)

* NARRATIVE FORM AND IDEOLOGY IN

AUSTRALIAN POPULATION

1875 TO 1900

3 845

DR J.C. EADE

PROF. J.P. HARDY

(Australian N ational U niversity)

EARLY IMPRINTS PROJECT (ACT) 18 000

DR C. FERRIER * THE LETTERS OF AUSTRALIAN W OM EN 7 200

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) NOVELISTS OF THE 1930'S AND 40'S

DR D.S. GALLAGHER THE MIND OF EVELYN W AUGH: A STUDY OF 5 400

(lam es C ook U niversity of N orth Q u e e n sla n d ) THE MAJOR ASPECTS OF EVELYN WAUGH'S

THOUGHT BASED O N AN INVESTIGATION OF

HIS NON-FICTION

106

H U M A N I T I E S A N D E C O N O M I C S ( c o n t d )

E nglish ( i n c l u d i n g A u s t r a l i a n a n d A m e r i c a n L i t e r a t u r e ) ( c o n t d )

DR G .C. KRATZMANN

(La T robe U niversity)

BOOKS IN ENGLISH PRINTED BY JAN VAN

DOESBORCH O F ANTWERP

$

3 000

DR D.A. LAWTON

(U niversity of Sydney)

LITERATURE RELIGION AND CULTURE IN

LATE MEDIEVAL AND EARLY RENAISSANCE

ENGLAND

13 400

DR H.H.R. LOVE

(M onash U niversity)

* BIOGRAPHICAL STUDY OF JAMES EDWARD

NEILD (1824-1906)

5 509

MR W .D . M CG AW

(U niversity of W ollongong)

* A CRITICAL STUDY OF THE POETRY OF

HENRY H O W A R D EARL OF SURREY

8 000

MISS B.M. NIALL

(M onash U niversity)

BIOGRAPHY OF MARTIN BOYD 7 000

PROF. I. REID

(D eakin U niversity)

* W O R D SW O RTH IA N TEXTS IN THE DEVELOPMENT

OF ENGLISH STUDIES IN UNIVERSITIES

STUDIES AT UNIVERSITIES IN THREE

COUNTRIES

9 395

PROF. I.W . REID

(D eakin U niversity)

* NARRATIVE UNITIES: READING

THEORY IN PRACTICE

10 518

ASSOC PROF. W .B. STEELE

(M onash U niversity)

* TEXTUAL AND EDITORIAL STUDIES IN

D.H. LAWRENCE'S STORIES

5 000

MS C.M . TILLEY

(Q u e e n sla n d In stitu te of Technology)

* AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND EARLY

IMPRINTS PROJECT (QUEENSLAND).

20 250

DR S.P. WALKER

(U niversity of N ew England)

* AUSTRALIAN W O M EN WRITERS 5 900

E u r o p e a n L a n g u a g e s a n d L i t e r a t u r e

A m on g im m i gr an t s to Australia a r e s p e a k e r s of m any E u r o p ea n langua ges; t h e s e lan g ua g es as well as t h e lit e ra tu re s w h i c h t hey h a v e p r o d u c e d , t o g e t h e r w i t h t h o s e of o t h e r E u r op ea n nations,

pr o v i d e mate rial f o r fruitful r e se a r c h .

EMERITUS PROF. R.G.A. DE BRAY * A NEW M ACEDONIAN-ENGLISH DICTIONARY 28 843

(Private)

PROF. K.J. GOESCH

(M a c q u a rie U niversity)

PROF. G .C. jONES

(U niversity of N ew England)

ASSOC PROF. A.A. MARTIN

(M a c q u a rie U niversity)

FRANCOIS MAURIAC: A BIOGRAPHICAL STUDY 5 980

FRENCH-CAN ADI AN FICTION 2 640

PR O D U CTIO N , DISTRIBUTION AND 6 860

C O N SU M PTIO N OF 18TH CENTURY FRENCH

FICTION

1 0 7

H U M A N I T I E S A N D E C O N O M I C S ( c o n t d )

E u r o p e a n L a n g u a g e s a n d L i t e r a t u r e ( c o n t d )

PROF. C.J. MARVAN

(M onash U niversity)

THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK OF SLAVIC

INFLECTION

1 0 000

$

PROF. G. SCHULZ

(U niversity of M elbourne)

A HISTORY OF GERMAN LITERATURE 1806 - 7 413

1830

Drama

Re search h e r e includes a sp e ct s o f d r a m a , su ch as t h e history of t h e a t r e a n d t h ea tr ic al p r o d u c t i o n s

in Australia, or th e use of local hi sto ry for d r a m a ti c p u r p o se s.

PROF. R.M .W . DIXON COMPARATIVE STUDY OF AUSTRALIAN 18 225

(A ustralian N ational University) LANGUAGES

Linguistics

Linguistic re se a r c h includes Australian English, migr an t langua ges , ab original lan g u a ge s, a s well as th eo r e ti c a l qu e st io n s a b o u t la n g u a g e in ge n er a l.

PROF. F.l. ANDERSEN THE LINGUISTIC STRUCTURE OF CLASSICAL 18 845

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) HEBREW(COMPUTER-ASSISTED)

DR P. AUSTIN AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL LANGUAGE STUDIES 16 150

(La T robe U niversity)

DR E.L. BAVIN CHILD LANGUAGE ACQUISITION A M O N G THE 10 314

DR T.A. SHOPEN WARLPIRI

(La T robe U niversity)

ASSOC PROF. J.E. CLARK ENGLISH SPEECH FROM PRINTED TEXT IN 32 721

(M acq u arie U niversity) MAN-M ACHINE CO M M U NICA TIONS

ASSOC PROF. M .G . CLYNE CROSS-CULTURAL CO M PARISO N OF ACADEM IC 10 044

(M onash U niversity) DISCOURSE

DR A.M. DILLER » A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF METAPHORICAL 13 930

(U niversity of Sydney) STRUCTURES IN FRENCH AND ENGLISH

ASSOC PROF. R. HASAN THE ROLE OF TALK BETWEEN PARENTS AND 30 105

(M acquarie U niversity) CHILDREN IN ESTABLISHING WAYS OF

LEARNING (STAGE II)

DR L A. HERCUS A STUDY OF NEARLY EXTINCT ABORIGINAL 3 933

(A ustralian N ational U niversity) LANGUAGES AND ORAL LITERATURE IN

THESE LANGUAGES (NORTH-EASTERN SOUTH

AUSTRALIA)

DR B. HONG -FIN CHER C O M PO U N D S IN SPOKEN AND WRITTEN 12 000

(Australian N ational University) CHINESE

1 0 8

H U M A N I T I E S A N D E C O N O M I C S ( c o n t d )

Linguistics (contd)

DR ). INGRAM * DEVELOPMENTAL AND SOCIOLINGUISTIC 12 800

DR D A. LEE VARIATION IN THE SPEECH O F BRISBANE

(U niversity of Q u e e n s la n d ) SCHOO L CHILDREN

DR J.R. MARTIN THE DEVELOPMENT OF W RITING ABILITIES 31 000

(U niversity of Sydney) JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOO L

DR Μ. PIENEMANN LANGUAGE A CQU ISITION IN A FORMAL 10 300

(U niversity of Sydney) CONTEXT

ASSOC PROF. J.T. PLATT * THE INDIGENIZATION OF ENGLISH IN 15 000

(M onash U niversity) SINGAPORE AND FIJI

DR W .S. RAM SON COM PILATION AND EDITING OF THE 46 000

MISS J.M . HUGHES AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL DICTIONARY

(A ustralian N ational U niversity)

DR K.H.M . RENSCH A LINGUISTIC SURVEY OF FRENCH 6 200

(A ustralian N ational University) POLYNESIA

MR H.J. SILIAKUS * A CO M PUTER-AIDED ANALYSIS 9 300

(U niversity of A delaide) OF GERMAN SCIENTIFIC

TERMINOLOGY

$

Music and Fine Arts

As i m p o r t a n t c o m p o n e n t s of Au stralian c u ltu re , music a n d fine arts of f er o p p o r t u n i t i e s for

historical a n d critical re se a rc h , as well as for biog rap hica l a n d b i bli og ra ph ica l stu di es .

DR J.E. BARCLAY LLOYD MEDIEVAL M ONASTIC BUILDINGS IN ROM E 9 000

(La T robe U niversity)

MR I D. BARNETT AN INVESTIGATION OF 18TH CENTURY 30 717

(Flinders U niversity of S outh Australia) SINGING TECHNIQUES

ASSOC PROF. M. CHAN THE W RITINGS O N MUSICAL SCIENCE OF 20 299

(U niversity of N ew S outh W ales) ROGER NORTH (1645?-1734)

DR R. CHARTERIS * CRITICAL EDITION OF THE MUSIC OF 40 924

(U niversity o f Sydney) GIOVANNI GABRIELI

PROF. R.D. COVELL * AN ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF MUSIC IN AUSTRALIA 20 000

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

PROF. C.J. ELLIS CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN STYLE ABORIGINAL 16 846

(U niversity of N ew England) MUSIC: ITS CHARACTERISTICS AND THEIR

EXTRA-MUSICAL IMPLICATIONS

DR A.D. GRISHIN INDEX OF M ONUMENTAL MIDDLE BYZANTINE 14 941

(A ustralian N ational U niversity) ORNAMENT DRAWN FROM THE M ONUM ENTS OF

CENTRAL ANATOLIA

1 0 9

H U M A N I T I E S A N D E C O N O M I C S ( c o n t d )

Music and Fine Arts (contd)

MS G.M . HAIR

(Private)

PERFORMANCE SCHEMES FOR SELECTED TROPE

MELODIES

$

2 000

DR G. HARDIE

(U niversity of Sydney)

THE NEAPOLITAN CO M IC OPERA FROM 1707

TO 1750: AN INVESTIGATION OF SOURCES

8 485

DR M.J. KARTOMI

(M onash U niversity)

SUMATRAN MUSIC CULTURES 21 923

ASSOC PROF. J. KERR

PROF. V. SPATE

(U niversity of Sydney)

DICTIONARY OF AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS

STAGE TW O

23 000

PROF. Μ. M ANION

MR J.A. STINSON

(U niversity of M elbourne)

DECORATION, TEXT AND MUSIC IN

ITALIAN MEDIAEVAL CHOIRBOOKS

9 844

PROF. A.D. MCCREDIE

(U niversity of A delaide)

EARLY SOURCES OF TWENTIETH CENTURY

MUSIC AND THEIR TRANSMISSIONS

9 934

DR ). MORLET-HARDIE

(New South W ales C o n serv ato riu m of M usic) THE ROMAN RITE IN SPAIN 1490-1550: AN INVESTIGATION OF THE MUSIC OF

HOLY WEEK

9 000

DR K.G. PONT

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

RHYTHM AND ACCENT IN HANDEL'S MUSIC 22 000

MR M B. PRITCHARD

ASSOC PROF. R. PESMAN

MS U. SZULAKOWSKA

(U niversity of Sydney)

PROF. V. SPATE

DR T.R. VERELLEN

DR W.L. EISLER

(U niversity of Sydney)

PROF. P.A. TOMORY

(La T robe U niversity)

RESOURCES IN AUSTRALIA FOR RESEARCH IN 3 750

RENAISSANCE ART AND ARCHITECTURE

PAPACY AND EMPIRE THE VISUAL 14 500

EXPRESSION OF AUTHORITY 1527-1556

BRITISH PAINTINGS 1800-1980 IN 1 500

AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND PUBLIC

COLLECTIONS

Architecture

Research in a r c h i te c tu r e is e x em pl ifi ed by the stud y of old buildings in Australia, t h e c o n n e c ti o n s b e t w e e n a r c h i te c tu r e a n d u rb an plann ing a n d t h e relationship b e t w e e n buildings a n d t h e natural en vi ro nm en t.

PROF. J.C. HASKELL THE ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF AUSTRALIAN 21 000

MR T.|. HOWELLS ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING

(University o l N ew South W ales)

110

A r c h i t e c t u r e ( c o n t d )

$

H U M A N I T I E S A N D E C O N O M I C S ( c o n t d )

MR J. JAMES

(U niversity of Sydney)

TO IDENTIFY THE MASTERS W H O CREATED 31 500

GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE IN THE PARIS BASIN

1140-1240 AND TO DATE THEIR W ORK

DR M.B. LEWIS

(U niversity of M e lbourne)

THE VICTORIAN ARCHITECTURAL INDEX 24 000

MR I T. SINN AM ON

MR D.R. W ATSON

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

P h i l o s o p h y

QUEENSLAND ARCHITECTURAL INDEX 16 000

(STAGE TW O)

M a n ' s id ea s a b o u t himself a n d t h e w or ld , t h e n a tu r e of m a n ' s p r o c e s s e s of reas oni ng, p r o b l e m s of

right a n d w r o n g , of go o d a n d evil a r e to p ic s w hi c h hav e o c c u p i e d p h i lo s o p h er s for c en tu r ie s. Such

q u e s t i o n s c o n t i n u e to b e a sk e d , a n d as t h e w o r l d a r o u n d us ch an g e s, n e w a n sw e r s h a v e to be

s o u g h t . Philo sop hica l re se a r c h is c o n c e r n e d wi th su c h similar a n d f u n d a m e n ta l q u e st io n s .

PROF. L. G O D D A R D

(U niversity o f M elbourne)

THE LOGIC OF SIGNIFICANCE AND CONTEXT 27 340

PROF. C.A. HOOKER

(U niversity of N ew castle)

AN EVOLUTIONARY EPISTEMOLOGICAL THEORY 22 144

OF SCIENTIFIC PROGRESS

ASSOC PROF. D.G. LONDEY

(U niversity of N ew England)

THE NATURE OF ROM AN PHILOSOPHICAL 12 000

TH OU GHT D O W N TO 200 A D

DR C.E. MORTENSEN

PROF. G .C . NERLICH

(U niversity of A delaide)

* PHYSICAL TO POLO GY 30 311

PROF. P. SINGER

DR H. KUHSE

(M o n a sh U niversity)

A n t h r o p o l o g y a n d P r e h i s t o r y

LIFE OR DEATH CHOICES FOR DEFECTIVE 20 000

NEWBORNS

The m a n i f e s t a t io n s of early h u m a n e x is te n c e a n d cu ltu re, wi th parti cul ar r e f e r e n c e t o Australia and n e ig h b o u r i n g Pacific c ou n tr ie s .

ASSOC PROF. D.J. AUSTIN

(U niversity of Sydney)

THE CULTURAL AND POLITICAL 9 000

SIGNIFICANCE OF JAMAICAN SECTARIANISM

1870-1970; W ITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO

PENTECOSTALISM

DR P S. BELLWOOD

(A ustralian N ational U niversity)

* ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS IN 3 480

SOUTHERN BIHAR INDIA

EMERITUS PROF. R.M. BERNDT

DR C .H . BERNDT

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

ABORIGINAL RELIGION,MYTHOLOGY AND ORAL 22 300

LITERATURE

111

A n t h r o p o l o g y a n d P r e h i s t o r y ( c o n t d )

$

MR J.K. CLEGG * ANALYSIS OF THE STURT M EADOW S 19 000

(University of Sydney) ARCHAELOGICAL SITE

ASSOC PROF. G.E. CO NN AH THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE X-GROUP AT 18 119

(U niversity of N ew England) QASR IBRIM IN EGYPTIAN NUBIA

DR R.J. FLETCHER THE BEHAVIOURAL PARAMETERS OF 16 300

(U niversity of Sydney) SETTLEMENT GROW TH: A UNIFORMITARIAN

MODEL

DR D.S. GARDNER * SUBSISTENCE AND ECOLOGY IN THEIR 48 800

DR R.D. ATTENBOROUGH SOCIAL CONTEXT AM ONGST THE MIANMIN,

(Australian N ational U niversity) WEST SEPIK PROVINCE, PAPUA NEW

GUINEA

PROF. W.R. GEDDES * THE M IAO PEOPLE OF SOUTHERN CHINA 13 000

(U niversity of Sydney)

DR D C. HYNDMAN ECOLOGY OF W OPKAIM IN (PNG) FO O D AND 4 500

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) NUTRITION

DR J. KAMMINGA * FUNCTIONS OF PREHISTORIC SOUTHEAST 40 984

(U niversity of Sydney) ASIAN STONE TOOLS

ASSOC PROF. N. KANAWATI EXCAVATIONS AT AKHMIN AND SAQQARA, 63 000

(M acquarie U niversity) EGYPT

DR I. KEEN * A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ABORIGINAL 17 250

DR L. SATTERTHWAIT TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIAL ORGANIZATION

(U niversity of Q u e ensland)

PROF. C.S. KESSLER * SOCIAL CHANGE IN KELANTAN, 6 050

(U niversity of N ew South W ales) WEST MALAYSIA, 1969-1985

ASSOC PROF. G.E. MCCALL RAPANUI (EASTER ISLAND) DEVELOPMENT 4 540

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

DR B.F. MEEHAN * THE TECHNOLOGY OF SUBSISTENCE IN 17 500

(A ustralian M useum ) ABORIGINAL ARNHEM LAND

ASSOC PROF. J.V.S. MEGAW * STYLE AND STYLE PROVINCES IN 7 550

(Flinders U niversity of South A ustralia) CONTINENTAL PRE-ROMAN CELTIC ART WITH

SPECIAL REFERENCE TO HUNGARY

DR P.J. POMERY ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE AS AN 15 500

DR H.J. HALL ARCHAEOLOGICAL DATING TECHNIQUE

(U niversity of Q u e ensland)

MR G.L. PRETTY ANALYSIS OF PREHISTORIC TOMBS 17 851

(South A ustralian M useum ) EXCAVATED AT ROONKA

H U M A N I T I E S A N D E C O N O M I C S ( c o n t d )

112

H U M A N I T I E S A N D E C O N O M I C S ( c o n t d )

A n t h r o p o l o g y a n d P r e h i s t o r y ( c o n t d )

PROF. B.G.R. REYNOLDS BIOGRAPHY O F WALTER ED M U ND ROTH 14 000

(James C ook U niversity of N o rth Q u e e n sla n d ) A N TH ROPO LO GIST

$

Australian History

Historians a r e w o r k i n g in e ver y field of Aus tralian hi story f r o m t h e first E u r o p e a n s e t t l e m e n t to th e

pr e se n t day , de ali ng w i t h d o c u m e n t a r y a n d oral e v i d e n c e , w i t h nati on al issues, in dividual states,

and p a rti cu la r re gions, as well as w i t h t h e lives a n d w o r k of g r e a t Australians.

MS M. ANDERSON

(History T rust of South A ustralia)

FAMILY RECONSTRUCTION: COUPLES MARRIED

IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA 1842-1886

11 585

DR P.J. AYRES

(M onash University)

* THE AU TH ORIZED BIOGRAPHY OF MALCOLM

FRASER

5 200

ASSOC PROF. R.J.B. BOSW ORTH

(U niversity o f Sydney)

ITALO-AUSTRALIAN RELATIONS 1945-1961

W ITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO IMM IGRATION

12 000

MR F.J. CAMPBELL

(D eakin U niversity)

* RECOVERING W O R K IN G CLASS HISTORY

TH RO U G H THE STUDY OF GEELONG TIMBER

HOUSES AND ASSOCIATED ARTIFACTS

17 000

ASSOC PROF. A.D. CR O W N

DR N.A. RADFORD

(University of Sydney)

AN ARCHIVE OF AUSTRALIAN JUDAICA 15 000

ASSOC PROF. B.H. FLETCHER

(University o f Sydney)

FARMING AND GRAZING IN NEW SOUTH WALES

1821-1850

11 300

DR L.T. HERGENHAN

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

A BIOGRAPHY O F C .H . GRATTAN 10 800

DR J.B. HIRST

(La T ro b e U niversity)

* ARGUS INDEX PROJECT 16 000

PROF. R.W . HOME

(U niversity of M elbourne)

PHYSICS RESEARCH IN AUSTRALIA

1875-1945

23 209

DR P.A. HOWELL

(Flinders U niversity of S o u th A ustralia)

THE GOVERNORS O F SOUTH AUSTRALIA, 1855

-1939

4 100

ASSOC PROF. N.A. LOOS

(Jam es C o o k U niversity of N o rth Q u e e n sla n d )

* HISTORY OF THE W OR K OF AUSTRALIAN

BOARD OF M ISSIONS A M O NG ABORIGINES

10 000

DR M.A. LYONS

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

* THE HISTORY OF READING IN NEW SOUTH

WALES 1890-1920

11 250

PROF. R.M. MACLEOD

(U niversity of Sydney)

THE HISTORY OF AUSTRALIAN SCIENCE 14 350

DR R.J. MITCHELL

(La T robe U niversity)

TASMANIAN POPULATION STRUCTURE 3 458

1 1 3

H U M A N I T I E S A N D E C O N O M I C S ( c o n t d )

A u s t r a l i a n H i s t o r y ( c o n t d )

PROF. |.N . M OLONY

(Australian N ational University)

DR A.W. POWELL

(Darwin C o m m unity C ollege)

MR W.A.R. RICHARDSON

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

FEDERATION AND THE MAKING OF THE

AUSTRALIAN NATION

THE NORTHERN WAR: A HISTORY OF THE

NORTHERN TERRITORY IN W ORLD WAR 2

THE PORTUGUESE DISCOVERY OF AUSTRALIA

21 450

$

1 415

1 000

DR P. ROBINSON * FELONS RADICALS AND REPUBLICANS? THE 5 000

(M acquarie U niversity) CONVICTED MEN OF BOTANY BAY C1780'S-

1828

PROF. O .M . ROE

(University of Tasm ania)

ASSOC PROF. K. TURNER

ASSOC PROF. j. HAGAN

(U niversity of Sydney)

ASSOC PROF. R.B. WALKER

(M acquarie University)

DR D.l. W RIGHT

(University of N ew castle)

HERBERT GEPP, THE ELECTROLYTIC ZINC 2 000

COMPANY, AND THE DEVELOPMENT AND

MIGRATION CO M M ISSION : AUSTRALIAN

CAPITALISM IN THE 1920S

A HISTORY OF THE AUSTRALIAN LABOR 15 150

PARTY (NEW SOUTH WALES)

* HISTORY OF F O O D AND NUTRITION IN 4 300

SOUTH EASTERN AUSTRALIA 1788 TO 1985

HISTORY OF M ETHODISM IN NEW SOUTH 3 233

WALES FROM 1812

MR A.T. YA RW OOD THE AUSTRALIAN REMOUNT TRADE WITH 4 245

(Private) INDIA 1830 S TO 1930 S

British and European History

Some scho lars are e x pe rt s in th e history of Britain an d o t h e r Eu ro pea n c ou n tri es and m ak e

im po rt an t co nt r i b u t io n s to o ur u n d e r s t a n d i n g of t h e historical d e v e l o p m e n t of t he s e c o u n tr i e s by which Australian history was in s o m e cas es directly influenced.

DR C.E. ADAMS

(U niversity of Sydney)

* GERMAN WHITE COLLAR WORKERS AND SOCIAL

REFORM BEFORE THE FIRST W ORLD WAR

7 000

DR M.J. BENNETT

(University of Tasm ania)

CONFESSION IN PRE-REFORMATION ENGLAND 2 390

DR I.M. BRITAIN

(University of M elbourne)

A HISTORY OF GROUP-FORM ATION IN

ENGLISH ARTISTIC AND INTELLECTUAL LIFE

2 500

DR B. COLLETT

(M elbourne S tate C ollege)

* ENGLISH CONTACTS WITH ITALIAN HUMANIST

SCHOLARS IN THE RENAISSANCE 1470-1530

3 900

DR P.M. CRAW FORD

(University of W e ste rn A ustralia)

* A SOCIAL HISTORY OF W OM EN IN

ENGLAND, 1580-1720

3 429

1 1 4

H U M A N I T I E S A N D E C O N O M I C S ( c o n t d )

B r i t i s h a n d E u r o p e a n H i s t o r y ( c o n t d )

DR R.A. FLETCHER

(U niversity of N ew England)

* WEST GERMAN HISTORIOGRAPHY SINCE 1945

$

9 364

DR D.T. GARRIOCH

(M onash U niversity)

* THE FAUBOURG ST MARCEL IN PARIS

(1700-1820)

5 410

DR D.R. HAINSW ORTH

(U niversity of A delaide)

THE STEWART AND THE ENGLISH

LAND ESTATE 1660-1714

12 300

PROF. E.M. JOH NSTO N

(M acq u arie U niversity)

AN ANALYSIS OF THE IRISH PARLIAMENT IN

THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY

16 000

DR F.W. KENT

(M onash U niversity)

FLORENCE IN THE TIME OF LORENZO D l'

MEDICI

3 000

DR D.V. KENT

(La T robe U niversity)

PATRONAGE AND SOCIAL STRUCTURES IN

EARLY MEDICEAN FLORENCE

2 200

PROF. R.S. NEALE

(U niversity of N ew England)

* A MARXIST HISTORY OF BRITAIN SINCE

1688

8 242

DR M.J.D. ROBERTS

(M acq u arie U niversity)

* VOLUNTARY MOVEMENTS FOR THE

REFORMATION OF MORALS & MANNERS IN

ENGLAND 1 7 8 7-1886

3 562

ASSOC PROF. W .D . RUBINSTEIN

(D eakin U niversity)

LANDED WEALTH, MIDDLE-CLASS CENSUS

SAMPLE IN NINETEENTH CENTURY BRITAIN

23 000

PROF. D M. SCHREUDER

(U niversity of Sydney)

GLADSTONE'S INTERNATIONAL POLITICS,

1840-95

21 461

PROF. R.J.W . SELLECK

(M onash U niversity)

* BIOGRAPHY OF SIR JAMES KAY -

SHUTTLEWORTH (1804-1877)

5 020

PROF. T.G. WILSON

(U niversity of A delaide)

THE EXERCISE OF MILITARY C O M M A N D OF

SIR HENRY RAWLINSON O N THE WESTERN

FRONT

21 898

Asian an d Pacific History

As Australia o c c u p i e s an incr eas ing ly i m p o r t a n t plac e in t h e Asian-Pacific region, so in te re st in the history of this reg ion is gro wi ng , p r e s e n t i n g m a n y significant historical topics for hi storians to in vestigate.

DR R.L. BURNS ASIAN SHIPS AND CERAMICS IN TRADE 123 375

MR |. GREEN

MR |.S. GUY

(U niversity of A delaide)

DR F. CHAMBERLAIN

EMERITUS PROF. J.l. ACKROYD

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

HISTORY OF W O M EN 'S EMACIPATION IN 3 500

JAPAN

1 1 5

H U M A N I T I E S A N D E C O N O M I C S ( c o n t d )

A s i a n a n d P a c i f i c H i s t o r y ( c o n t d )

MR C.A. COPPEL * INDONESIAN-CHINESE IDENTITY IN HO NG 4 250

DR M R. GODLEY KONG

(U niversity of M elbourne)

ASSOC PROF. J.E. INGLESON WORKERS AND UN IONS IN COLONIAL JAVA 4 251

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

DR A.L. KUMAR THE INTERACTION OF JAVANESE SOCIAL 6 900

(A ustralian N ational U niversity) FORMS, REGIONAL ECOLOGIES AND MATERIAL

TECHNOLOGY IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY

PROF. R.J. M OORE THE EMERGENCE OF THE NEW BRITISH 5 750

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia) COM MONW EALTH

DR P.D. REEVES * BRITISH TRADE EAST OF SUEZ, 1815-1939 22 000

ASSOC PROF. F.J.A. BROEZE

DR K.l. MCPHERSON

(W estern A ustralian In stitu te of T echnology)

$

DR B.J. TERWIEL ETHNOHISTORY OF TAI RITUAL 11 500

DR A.V.N. DILLER

(A ustralian N ational University)

DR A.D. W ARD MULTI-CULTURALISM IN THE SOUTH-WEST 10 225

(La T robe U niversity) PACIFIC: NEW CALEDONIA AND VANUATU

Oth er Fields of History

This c at eg or y e m b r a c e s b o t h c o u n tr i e s a n d p e rio d s no t spec ifi ed el s ew h er e : thus, Ame rica n history offers m u c h s c o p e for fruitful re se a r c h especially as it relates t o Australia an d th e Pacific region;

an d earlier pe rio d s of Eu ropean, African, o r Midd le Eastern history are pu rsu ed .

DR R.A. BAUMAN RELATIONS BETWEEN ROMAN EMPERORS AND 2 500

(U niversity of Sydney) LAWYERS 27BC-235A D COVERING LARGELY

UNEXPLORED ASPECTS OF ROMAN IMPERIAL

POLITICS AND ROLE OF LAWYERS

DR A.G. BROMLEY A TECHNICAL HISTORY OF CHARLES 12 378

(U niversity of Sydney) BABBAGE'S CALCULATING MACHINES

MR C.J. DAVEY « ANALYSIS OF ANCIENT NEAR EASTERN 3 560

(Royal M elb o u rn e Institu te of Technology) METALWORKER S TOOLS

DR D.A. DEBATS POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS IN NINETEENTH 18 250

(Flinders U niversity of South A ustralia) CENTURY AMERICA

DR B.G. OCKINGA « EPIGRAPHIC W ORK AT EL MESHAYIKH EGYPT 9 300

(M acquarie University)

ASSOC PROF. |.M . RAYNAUD RESEARCH ON THE COLLECTION OF LEGAL 16 500

(Universily of Q u e e n sla n d ) DOCUMENTS CONCERNING VOLTAIRE (STAGED

1 1 6

H U M A N I T I E S A N D E C O N O M I C S ( c o n t d )

Other Fields of History (contd)

$

DR J.A. SARR

(University of M elbourne)

* FRANZ M OEW U S AND THE ORIGINS OF 9 450

MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

DR C.L. TOMLINS

(La T robe U niversity)

LABOR LAW IN NINETEENTH CENTURY 5 500

MASSACHUSETTS

DR G .j. WHITE

ASSOC PROF. J.R. MAZE

(U niversity of Sydney)

* A BIOGRAPHY OF HENRY A. WALLACE 1 ^ 1 1 5

Economics (except agricultural econ omic s)

This b r o a d c at eg o r y i n clu de s a d i v e r s e r a ng e of proj ect s, in cl ud in g in te rn at io na l e c o n o m i c p r ob le m s, w a g e policy a n d inflation, e c o n o m e t r i c m o del lin g, i n c o m e d i str ibu ti on a n d lab o u r mobility.

ASSOC PROF. P.F. APRS

MR G.S. JONES

MS E.J. SAVAGE

(U niversity of Sydney)

* REFORMS TO THE AUSTRALIAN TAXATION AND 25 250

SOCIAL SECURITY SYSTEMS

DR R. BARTELS

(U niversity of Sydney)

RESIDENTIAL ELECTRICITY DEMAND: AN 15 000

ECONOM ETRIC INVESTIGATION INTO THE

NATURE AND STABILITY OF THE FACTORS

INFLUENCING DEMAND

MR O.E. COVICK

(Flinders U niversity of South A ustralia)

PRODUCTIVITY-GEARED WAGES POLICIES 12 300

DR M.L. KING

(M onash U niversity)

SPECIFICATION ERROR IN 16 908

ECONOM ETRIC MODELS

DR I.G. M ANNING

DR B.S. GRAY

(N I E I R)

INCOM E DISTRIBUTIONS IN AUSTRALIA 26 738

DR M.J. MCALEER MONTE CARLO SIMULATIONS IN EC O N O M IC 6 000

(A ustralian N ational U niversity) MODELS

DR I.M . M CDONALD

PROF. J.O .N . PERKINS

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

AUSTRALIAN M AC RO ECO N O M IC 11 000

EXPERIENCE AND POLICY IN THE LIGHT

OF RECENT THEORETICAL AND EMPIRICAL

DEVELOPMENTS

PROF. F.M. M CDOUGALL

MR D.K. RO UN D

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

* THE EFFECTS OF CORPORATE TAKEOVERS 22 319

PROF. J.W . NEVILLE

DR J. VIPO N D

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

INFLATION, ANTI-INFLATION POLICY AND 31 941

INCOME DISTRIBUTION

1 1 7

H U M A N I T I E S A N D E C O N O M I C S ( c o n t d )

E c o n o m i c s ( e x c e p t a g r i c u l t u r a l e c o n o m i c s ) ( c o n t d )

MR B.R. PARMENTER MULTI-COUNTRY EC O N O M IC MODELS 28 943

DR K.R. PEARSON

DR R.J. RIMMER

(University of M elbourne)

DR J.R. PIGGOTT STUDIES IN GOVERNMENT EC O N O M IC POLICY 20 000

(U niversity of Sydney)

$

PROF. R.D. TERRELL

(A ustralian N ational University)

* CONDITIONAL PROJECTIONS IN DYNAMIC 16 000

ECONO M IC SYSTEMS

PROF. A.D. W O O DLA ND

(U niversity of Sydney)

EFFECT OF EC O N O M IC AND DEM OGRAPHIC 25 466

FACTORS O N LABOUR SUPPLY

Accounting, C o mm er ce and Finance

Areas of st ud y r e p r e s e n t e d h e r e in cl u d e t h e ev alu ati on of financial da ta, th e financial c o n tr o l of

bus iness a n d o t h e r m e t h o d s of b us in e ss m a n a g e m e n t .

ASSOC PROF. P. D O D D

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

* ECONOM IC DETERMINANTS OF DIRECTOR'S

FEES

10 237

ASSOC PROF. M.J. LAWRENCE

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

FORECASTING TECHNIQUE SELECTION 10 000

MR G.H. PARTINGTON

(M acquarie U niversity)

AN INVESTIGATION OF CORPORATE DIVIDEND

POLICY; ITS DETERMINANTS AND

CONSEQUENCES

10 250

Economic History

The em p h a si s h e r e is o n Australian e c o n o m i c history, linked in s o m e in stances to th e e xp e r i e n c e s of pa rticular States. Projects a r e f r e q u e n t ly c o n c e r n e d with t h e analysis of previously u n u s e d statistical data.

DR R. SH LOM OW ITZ

(Flinders U niversity of South A ustralia)

LABOUR MARKETS IN COLONIAL AUSTRALIA 18 800

DR G.D. SNOOKS

DR J.M. MCDONALD

(Flinders U niversity of South A ustralia)

THE ECONOM ICS OF DOMESDAY BOOK (1086) 22 000

DR G.D. SNOOKS

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

THE ECONOM ICS OF THE AUSTRALIAN

HOUSEHOLD SECTOR 1891 TO 1981

15 700

DR W. VAMPLEW

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

* AN ECONO M IC HISTORY OF PROFESSIONALISM

IN AUSTRALIAN SPORT

11 250

118

H U M A N I T I E S A N D E C O N O M I C S ( c o n t d )

Agricultural Economics

This field includ es t h e identification of e c o n o m i c factors affecti ng th e deci si ons of Australian farmers, a n d th e evaluation of t h e e f fe c tiv e n es s of th e decisio ns.

$

DR R.K. LINDNER

MR A.J. FISCHER

(U niversity of A delaide)

THE EC O N O M IC S O F AGRICULTURAL 27 442

INNOVATION

Education

Australian e d u c a ti o n a l history, a n d o b s t a c l e s t o learning, a c c o u n t for m u c h of t h e w o r k in this

field.

DR S.J. GRUNDY

(U niversity of N ew England)

* COM PUTER LANGUAGE IN THE CLASSROOM 6 000

PROF. P.W . HUGHES

(U niversity o f Tasm ania)

* THE IDENTIFICATION AND DEVELOPMENT 20 000

OF INTELLECTUAL ABILITY

DR A.P. LIAN

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

DEVELOPMENT OF A NATURAL LANGUAGE DATA 20 250

BASE FOR USE IN A GENERATIVE APPROACH

TO COM PUTER ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING

PROF. E. ROE

MS 1. MOSES

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

* THE ART AND SCIENCE OF HEADSHIP IN 11 500

UNIVERSITIES

DR M.J. ROSIER

(Aust C ouncil for E ducational R esearch)

* AUSTRALIAN C O M PO N EN T OF THE SECOND 20 000

INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE STUDY

DR G.E. SHERINGTON

(University of Sydney)

Geography

A HISTORY OF JUVENILE M IGRATION AND 3 480

EDUCATION IN AUSTRALIA(C1909-1959)

A w i d e - ra ng in g field of re se a r c h i n c l u d e s t h e s t u d y of rural land u se a n d th e p a tt e r n s of cities in

Australia, t o g e t h e r wi th similar in v es ti g a ti o n s in So u t h e as t Asia. G e o g r a p h y a t t e m p t s to a sc ert ain the pr in cip les u nd e rly in g t h e spa tial s t r u c t u r e of n atural p h e n o m e n a a n d h u m a n activities.

DR G.J. APLIN

(M acquarie U niversity)

MAN AND HIS ENVIRONM ENT IN SYDNEY 7 000

1788-1850

DR L.M. POTTER

(U niversity of A delaide)

AGRICULTURAL TRANSITION FROM SW IDDEN 6 950

TO GRASSLAND IN SOUTH KALIMANTAN,

INDONESIA

1 1 9

H U M A N I T I E S A N D E C O N O M I C S ( c o n t d )

Law

There is a growing n e ed for research in Law of a co m p arativ e and critical kind. Aspects of criminology are also re p re s e n ted a m o n g th e projects fu nded.

PROF. R. BAXT

(M onash U niversity)

A NEW FORM OF INCORPORATION FOR

SMALL BUSINESSES

$

20 000

ASSOC PROF. M. BLAKENEY

MS ). M CKEOUGH

(U niversity o f N ew South W ales)

* LEGAL REGULATION IN COM M UNICATIONS

INFORMATION AND MARKETING TECHNOLOGY

10 500

MR W .R. EDESON

(Australian N ational U niversity)

* THE LEGAL CONSEQUENCES OF RATIFYING

THE U.N. CONVENTION O N THE LAW OF THE

SEA

5 000

DR M.E.J. KRYGIER

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

LAW AS TRADITION 13 000

MR W.A. LEE

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

MODEL TRUSTEE CODE FOR AUSTRALIAN

STATES

4 500

ASSOC PROF. J.R. LEVINE

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF ELECTRONIC

FUNDS TRANSFER SYSTEMS IN

AUSTRALIA

13 173

PROF. R.G. NETTHEIM

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

ABORIGINAL LAND RIGHTS LAW IN

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

16 000

PROF. R.W. PARSONS

MR R.J. VANN

(University o f Sydney)

AUSTRALIAN INCOM E TAX LAW 12 000

DR L.V. PROTT

MR P.J. O'KEEFE

(U niversity of Sydney)

LAW AND CULTURAL HERITAGE 26 000

MS P.F. RYAN

(M acquarie U niversity)

* LEGAL INFLUENCES O N URBAN DEVELOPMENT 6 522

DR A.L. TYREE

(University of Sydney)

KNOWLEDGE BASED EXPERT SYSTEMS IN THE

ANALYSIS OF CASE LAW: A COM PARISON OF

THREE METHODS

5 365

Political Science

The e m p h a s i s is mainly u p o n Australian political a tt itu d e s a n d be hav io ur , with studi es also of Asian a nd o t h e r political systems.

OR P.J. ELDRFDGE * THE POLITICAL ROLE OF COM MUNITY 5 000

(U niversity of Tasm ania) ACTION CROU PS IN INDIA AND INDONESIA

DR L.T. HOLMES CORRUPTION IN THE COM M UNIST WORLD 26 422

(U niversity of M elbourne)

120

H U M A N I T I E S A N D E C O N O M I C S ( c o n t d )

Political Science (contd)

DR O .D . M ENDELSOHN A POLITICAL ECONO M Y O F INDIAN 8 000

(La T ro b e U niversity) UNTOUCHABLES

DR A.W . PARKIN URBAN GOVERNM ENT IN ANGLO-AMERICAN 1 000

(Flinders U niversity of South A ustralia) DEMOCRACIES

DR J.D. PLAYFORD A POLITICAL BIOGRAPHY OF SIR THOM AS 21 440

(U niversity of A delaide) PLAYFORD

DR C. PU GH * HOUSING POLICIES IN URBAN INDIA 5 140

(South A ustralian In stitu te of Technology)

DR R.J. ROBISON * THE IMPACT OF THE EMERGING INDUSTRIAL 14 500

(M u rd o ch U niversity) ELITE O N THE STRUCTURE OF POLITICAL

POWER IN INDONESIA

DR G.C. SHARMAN STATE AND PROVINCIAL CONSTITUTIONS: 2 516

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia) SUB-NATIONAL CONSTITUTIONAL DESIGN

AND FUNCTION IN AUSTRALIA AND CANADA

DR F.C. TEIWES * FACTIONALISM IN CHINESE ELITE POLITICS 15 731

(U niversity of Sydney) SINCE M AO

PROF. P.M . WELLER MALCOLM FRASER IN POWER: 10 250

(G riffith U niversity) A PORTRAIT OF A PRIME MINISTER

$

Public Administration

The m a c h i n e r y of g o v e r n m e n t at f e de ra l, st a te a n d local levels p ro v i d es m u c h s c o p e for fu rther

re se a rc h, es pe cia ll y in c o m p a r a t i v e te r m s .

PROF. J. POW ER ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM OF THE VICTORIAN 32 990

DR J. HALLICAN PUBLIC SECTOR

MR J. RIMMER

MR M. O'G RA OY

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

International Relations

The b e h a v i o u r of sov e re ig n st a te s t o w a r d s o n e a n o th e r , a n d t h e o p e r a t io n s of i nte rn ati on al

o rg an isa ti on s.

DR S.G. FIRTH THE NUCLEAR ISSUE IN THE PACIFIC 4 000

(M a c q u a rie U niversity)

ASSOC PROF. V. KUBALKOVA MARXIST DOCTRINES AND PRACTICE OF 12 800

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) INTERNATIONAL LAW: THEIR EFFECT ON

INTERNATIONAL ORDER

DR J.H. POLHEMUS

(D eakin U niversity)

ZIMBABWE JOINS THE WORLD:INTERNATIONAL 6 343

RELATIONS AND FOREIGN POLICY OF A NEW

STATE

121

H U M A N I T I E S A N D E C O N O M I C S ( c o n t d )

Industrial Relations

Here the focus is on th e so urces of industrial conflict and th e resp onse s of unions, em p lo y e rs and go vernments . The topics relate to b o th earlier ep is odes and area s of prosp ective unrest.

$

MR J.W . HIGGINS

(M acquarie U niversity)

TRADE UN ION RESPONSES TO INDUSTRIAL 18 897

RATIONALISATION AND M ODERNISATION IN

AUSTRALIA

ASSOC PROF. H.M . TH OM PSO N

(M urdoch U niversity)

* CAPITAL-LABOUR RELATIONS IN THE M INING 20 300

INDUSTRY: A MARXIST ANALYSIS

Oth er

PROF. M.J. CHARLESWORTH

ASSOC PROF. L.A. FARRALL

(D eakin University)

THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF SCIENTIFIC 40 027

RESEARCH: A CASE STUDY OF THE WALTER

AND ELIZA HALL INSTITUTE O F MEDICAL

RESEARCH

ASSOC PROF. A.D. CR O W N

(U niversity of Sydney)

THE FORM AND TECHNICAL ANCESTRY OF THE 5 250

SAMARITAN U N BO UN D MANUSCRIPT

MR J.E. FLETCHER

(U niversity of Sydney)

AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND EARLY 21 000

IMPRINTS PROJECT N S W

MR J.N. GREEN

(W estern A ustralian M a ritim e M useum )

RESEARCH INTO 17TH CENTURY 48 749

SHIPBUILDING TECHNIQUES AND METHODS OF

RECORDING HULL STRUCTURES

DR R. ILLING

(Private)

EARLY EDITIONS OF THE ENGLISH 2 000

METRICAL PSALTER

PROF. M .M . MCCARTHY

(U niversity of M elbourne)

* THE SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF 33 254

ROADSIDES

DR T.J. Q U INN

PROF. R.D. SUSSEX

DR J.A. BOW DEN

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

A STUDY OF COMPUTER - AIDED LANGUAGE 37 600

TEACHING AND INSTRUCTION

DR R.D. SPRINGBORG

(M acquarie U niversity)

COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF AUSTRALIAN 7 600

DRY LAND AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY IN

THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA

122

P H Y S I C A L S C I E N C E S

Mathematics

Studies of p ro b lem s in p u re m a t h e m a ti c s including categ o ry theory, g r o u p theor y, alg ebra, and analysis; th e d e v e l o p m e n t of t e c h n i q u e s for t h e solutio n of p r o b le m s in a p pli ed m athem ati cs; statistics.

$

DR C.J. ASH

(M onash U niversity)

RECURSIVE M ODEL THEORY 6 800

DR L.T.M. BERRY

(U niversity of A delaide)

INVESTIGATION O F A PARDODOXICAL 8 000

CO NG ENSTIO N PH EN O M EN O N AND ITS

RELEVANCE T O PRACTICAL DESIGN OF

TELECOM M UNICATIONS NETWORKS

PROF. G. BROW N

DR I. RAEBURN

DR C.E. SUTHERLAND

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

STRUCTURE OF DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS 32 038

PROF. G. BROW N

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

TR IG ON OM ETIC SUMS AND APPLICATIONS 14 304

PROF. G. BROW N

ASSOC PROF. J.H. LOXTON

PROF. A ). VAN DER POORTEN

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

* DISTRIBUTION OF NUMBERS AND 8 770

PROBABILISTIC ANALYSIS

DR M .W . BUNDER

(U niversity of W ollongong)

* TOPICS IN COM BINATORY LOGIC AND LAMBDA 7 500

CALCULUS AND APPLICATIONS

DR D.l. CARTWRIGHT

DR J.R. MCMULLEN

PROF. M .G . COW LING

(U niversity of Sydney)

* HARM ONIC ANALYSIS AND STRUCTURE FOR 8 000

GROUPS OF IOSMETRIES OF GRAPHS

DR D.Y.C. CHAN

PROF. L.R. WHITE

(U niversity of M e lbourne)

* FRACTAL PHENOM ENA IN VISCOUS FINGERING 8 000

AND RA ND OM STRUCTURES

DR P.J. COSSEY

(A ustralian N ational U niversity)

* FITTING CLASS CONSTRUCTIONS 8 000

PROF. J.N. CROSSLEY

(M onash U niversity)

RECURSIVE CO NTENT OF ALGEBRA & 8 000

ANALYSIS

PROF. J.N. DARROCH

(Flinders U niversity of S outh Australia)

LOG LINEAR M ODELS FOR MULTIDIMENSIONAL 8 000

CONTINGENCY TABLES

DR B.A. DAVEY

(La T robe U niversity)

* DUALITIES AND EQUIVALENCES FOR 5 000

VARITIES O F ALGEBRAS

DR P.G. DO DD S

(Flinders U niversity of South A ustralia)

* POSITIVE OPERATORS AND SPACES OF 35 254

MEASURABLE FUNCTIONS

123

PHYSICAL SCIENCES (contd)

Mathematics (contd)

PROF. C .l. GAUDRY HARM ONIC ANALYSIS O N PARTICULAR LIE 32 463

DR J.W. RICE GROUPS

PROF. M .G . COW LING

DR A.H. DOOLEY

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

$

DR T.E. HALL

(M onash University)

PROF. C.A. HURST

PROF. W . MORAN

DR A.L. CAREY

(U niversity of A delaide)

PROF. A.T. JAMES

DR J.T. WISKICH

(U niversity of A delaide)

AUTOMATA, LANGUAGES, MACHINES AND 6 000

INVERSE SEMIGROUPS

C*-ALGEBRAS AND G R O U P ACTIONS 6 000

* MODELLING OF METABOLISM BY STATISTICAL 17 000

ANALYSIS OF MULTIDIMENTIONAL FACTORIAL

EXPERIMENTS

PROF. G.M . KELLY

(U niversity of Sydney)

APPLICATIONS OF ENRICHED CATEGORIES

AND BICATEGORIES TO ALGEBRA, GEOMETRY

AND LOGIC

DR T.C. KUO

(U niversity of Sydney)

NORMAL FORMS OF SINGULARITIES AND REAL

ALGEBRAIC GEOMETRY

ASSOC PROF. J.H. LOXTON P-ADIC METHODS IN NUMBER THEORY 18 000

PROF. A.J. VAN DER POORTEN

(U niversity of N ew S outh W ales)

ASSOC PROF. A.G.R. MCINTOSH MULTILINEAR OPERATORS AND APPLICATIONS 15 196

(M acquarie U niversity) TO PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

ASSOC PROF. G.J. MCLACHLAN PROPERTIES OF MIXTURE MODELS APPLIED 7 000

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) TO DATA

PROF. W . M ORAN * DISTRIBUTION OF NUMBERS AND 4 470

DR C.E.M. PEARCE PROBABILISTIC ANALYSIS

(U niversity of A delaide)

PROF. C.E. PRAEGER * GROUPS, GRAPHS AND FINITE GEOMETRY 28 265

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

ASSOC PROF. J. ROBINSON * GENERAL MULTIVARIATE CONDITIONAL 6 500

DR M.P. QUINE LIMIT THEOREMS

(U niversity of Sydney)

PROF. I.H. SLOAN MULTIPLE INTEGRATION 9 426

(University of N ew South W ales)

PROF. I.H. SLOAN * NUMERICAL INTEGRATION AND INTEGRAL 15 000

(University of N ew South W ales) EQUATIONS

%

1 24

P H Y S I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Mathematics (contd)

$

PROF. A.P. STREET

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

ADVANCED COM BINATORIAL DESIGNS 5 800

PROF. A.J. VAN DER POORTEN

(M acq u arie U niversity)

* DIOPHANTINE APPROXIM ATION 7 668

PROF. G.E. WALL

DR J.J. C A N N O N

DR G. BUTLER

(U niversity of Sydney)

* ALGEBRAIC ALGORITHMS AND THEIR 18 500

APPLICATION

ASSOC PROF. W .D . WALLIS

(U niversity of N ew castle)

APPLIED COM BINATORIAL MATHEMATICS 7 500

PROF. E.j. WILLIAMS

(U niversity of M e lb o u rn e )

Theoretical Physics

CONDITIONAL STATISTIC INFERENCE 28 059

T h eo r e ti c al stu d ies n o t classified u n d e r a n o t h e r he ading.

DR I.R. AFNAN

(Flinders U niversity of South A ustralia)

INTERMEDIATE ENERGY NUCLEAR THEORY 27 243

PROF. M .N . BARBER

(A ustralian N ational U niversity)

STOCHASTIC DETERMINATION OF 20 943

EIGENVALUES OF TRANSFER MATRICES

AND QUANTUM HAMILTONIANS

DR R.A. BROW N

(M a c q u a rie U niversity)

EFFECTIVE HAMILTONIAN STUDIES OF 13 738

ELECTRON DYNAMICS IN DEFORMED CRYSTALS

ASSOC PROF. C.A. CROXTON

(U niversity of N ew castle)

STATISTICAL MECHANICS OF COMPLEX 19 000

MOLECULAR SYSTEMS

DR B.J. DALTON

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

* THEORETICAL QUANTUM OPTICSrNON LINEAR 8 000

PROCESSES

PROF. R. DELBOURGO

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

QUANTISED SUPERGRAVITY MODELS 27 475

PROF. A.J. GUTTMANN

ASSOC PROF. W .A. OATES

(U niversity of N ew castle)

THE APPLICATION OF M ONTE CARLO METHODS 14 000

TO SOME LATTICE STATISTICAL PROBLEMS

PROF. H. HORA

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

M OM ENTUM EXCHANGE OF LIGHT WITH 24 337

CONDUCTIVITY ELECTRONS AND DIPOLES IN

HIGH DENSITY MATERIALS

PROF. C.A. HURST

(U niversity of A delaide)

CCR'S AND MASSLESS FIELDS 25 926

12 5

P H Y S I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Theoretical Physics (contd)

$

DR G.C. JOSHI

(U niversity of M elbourne)

* STUDIES OF COM POSITE MODELS AND 13 369

COLLIDER PHYSICS

PROF. B.H.J. MCKELLAR

(U niversity of M elbourne)

WEAK INTERACTIONS 25 066

DR I. M ORRISON

(U niversity of M elbourne)

COLLECTIVE BOSON MODELS OF NUCLEAR 21 045

STRUCTURE

DR D. NEILSON

(University of N ew South W ales)

MULTI-ELECTRON EXCITATIONS FOR 26 146

INTERACTING ELECTRONS IN SOLIDS

ASSOC PROF. J. OITMAA

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

PHASE TRANSITIONS 19 147

AND CRITICAL PHENOMENA IN MODEL

LATTICE SYSTEMS

ASSOC PROF. P.V. SMITH

(U niversity of N ew castle)

THE APPLICATION OF SEMI-EMPIRICAL 25 265

TECHNIQUES TO THE DETERMINATION OF THE

SURFACE RELAXATION A N D /O R

RECONSTRUCTION OF METALS AND

Acoustics and Optics

COVALENT SOLIDS

The p r o d u c t i o n a n d tr ans mission of s o u n d in musical in st r u m e n t s, biological systems, and buildings; t h e t h eo r y , design a n d a p p lic at io n o f optical systems.

DR D.G. BLAIR ULTRALOW TEMPERATURE ACOUSTIC LOSS 8 100

DR P. LYNAM

(U niversity o f W e ste rn A ustralia)

MEASUREMENTS IN NIOBIUM

MR N.A. BRENNAN

DR N. EFRON

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

* SURFACE SHAPE OF CONTACT LENSES 5 000

MR G.W . CALDERSMITH

(Private)

* STRING MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, 2 715

STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES, PHYSICAL

BEHAVIOUR AND MUSICAL QUALITY

DR C.C.. DON

(Chisholm In stitu te of Technology)

* REFLECTION AND PROPAGATION OF 13 583

IMPULSIVE NOISE

DR C.M . HO RW ITZ

DR G.L. PAUL

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

MICROSTRUCTURED OPTICAL SURFACES 24 000

DR A.R. LEE

(La T robe U niversity)

* MUSICAL ACOUSTICS 7 600

DR C. MACASKILL

(U niversity of Sydney)

PROPAGATION IN WAVEGUIDES WITH 7 000

RANDOMLY VARYING REFRACTIVE INDEX

126

PHYSICAL SCIENCES (contd)

Acoustics and Optics (contd)

DR C. SMITH * OPTICAL FACTORS AFFECTING THE RETINAL

(University of M e lb o u rn e ) IMAGE VISUAL ACUITY AND PERFORMANCE

DR R.C. TOBIN R O O M TEMPERATURE METAL VAPOUR LASERS

(M onash U niversity)

Nuclear and Particle Physics

The s t r u c t u r e a n d p r o p e r t i e s of a t o m i c nuc lei a n d of n u c le a r re a c ti o n s a n d t h e p r o p e r t i e s and

i n te r ac tio ns of f u n d a m e n t a l p ar ticl es .

DR K. AM OS

DR I. M ORRISON

(U niversity of M elbourne)

MR A.M. BAKICH

ASSOC PROF. L.S. PEAK

(U niversity of Sydney)

PROF. H.H. BOLOTIN

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

DR R.T. CAHILL

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

PROF. A.G. KLEIN

PROF. G .l. OPAT

(U niversity of M elbourne)

PROF. B.H.J. MCKELLAR

(University of M elbourne)

ASSOC PROF. L.S. PEAK

MR A.M . BAKICH

(U niversity of Sydney)

DR D.G. SA RGO OD

(U niversity of M elbourne)

PROF. B.M. SPICER

DR G .G. SHUTE

DR V.C. OFFICER

(U niversity of M elbourne)

ASSOC PROF. R.B. TAYLOR

DR I.B. W HITTINGHAM

(Jam es C o o k U niversity of N orth Q u e e n sla n d )

THEORETICAL STUDIES IN INTERMEDIATE

ENERGY NUCLEAR PHYSICS

* STUDY O F SHORT LIVED PARTICLES WITH

NUCLEAR EMULSIONS

EXPERIMENTAL NUCLEAR STRUCTURE STUDIES

OF SHORT LIVED EXCITED STATES

SU PERC ON DUC TOR TYPE VACUUM IN

PARTICLE PHYSICS

EXPERIMENTS IN NEUTRON OPTICS

THE POTENTIAL APPROXIMATION IN NUCLEAR

PHYSICS

* CONSTRUCTION OF A SOLAR NEUTRINO AND

U N DERGROU ND PHYSICS LABORATORY

* EXPERIMENTAL TESTS OF THE STATISTICAL

M ODEL OF NUCLEAR REACTIONS

* ISOVECTOR GIANT RESONANCES AND THE

EFFECTIVE NUCLEON-NUCLEON INTERACTION

* THE ELASTIC & INELASTIC SCATTERING

OF LOW ENERGY GAMMA-RAYS

ASSOC PROF. H.H. THIES * SYSTEMATIC INVESTIGATION OF PH OTO -

(University of W e ste rn Australia) NEUTRON MEAN ENERGIES BELOW THE GIANT

RESONANCE W ITH QU A SI-M O N O CH RO M A TIC

PHOTONS

8 834

9 103

$

14 147

20 750

27 200

15 734

23 027

38 390

56 000

14 000

55 311

18 000

14 277

12 7

P H Y S I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Nuclear and Particle Physics (contd)

$

PROF. A.W . THOMAS

DR L.R. D O D D

CHIRAL QUARK MODELS OF HADRON 33 290

STRUCTURE AND APPLICATIONS TO NUCLEAR

(U niversity of A delaide) PHYSICS

PROF. A.W . THOMAS DEEP INELASTIC SCATTERING FROM 32 238

(U niversity of A delaide) NUCLEONS AND NUCLEI

PROF. A.W . THOMAS

(U niversity of A delaide)

* MEDIUM ENERGY PHYSICS AT THE QUARK 5 000

LEVEL

DR M.N. THOM PSON STUDY OF HIGH ENERGY PH OTO PROTONS 15 780

DR E.G. MUIRHEAD

(U niversity of M elbourne)

FROM LIGHT NUCLEI

DR S.N. TOVEY HIGH ENERGY ANTIPROTON-PROTON 5 200

(U niversity of M elbourne)

Atomic and Molecular Physics

INTERACTIONS

Studies of th e st r u c tu r e of a to m s a n d m o le c u le s a n d their inte rac tio ns with electrically ch ar ge d particles a n d with light.

DR A.J. BLAKE * PHOTOABSORPTION AND PHOTO IO NIZATIO N OF 21 800

DR D.G. M CCOY

DR L.W. TO RO P

(U niversity of A delaide)

GASES

DR D.C. CREAGH

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF DATA O N XRAY 3 000

ATTENUATION COEFFICIENTS, X-RAY

ANOMALOUS DISPERSION CORRECTION AND

XRAY SPECTROSCOPY

DR K.G. DYALL

(M onash University)

RELATIVISTIC ATOM IC ELECTRONIC 5 000

STRUCTURE AND REARRANGEMENT PROCESSES

PROF. R.J. MACDONALD

DR D.J. O 'C O N N O R

NEUTRALISATION AND DE-EXCITATION OF 15 800

IONS AND ATOMS SCATTERED FROM ION

(U niversity of N ew castle) BOMBARDED SURFACES

PROF. I.E. MCCARTHY ELECTRON M OM ENTUM SPECTROSCOPY IN 11 252

PROF. E. W EIGOLD

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

QUANTUM CHEMISTRY

PROF. I.E. MCCARTHY

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

ATOMIC SCATTERING AND REACTION THEORY 63 007

DR J.L. NICOL

DR I.B. WHITTINGHAM

MR B.C. GIBSON-WILDE

(Jam es C ook U niversity of N orth Q u e ensland)

TEMPERATURE EFFECTS IN RESONANCE 3 490

BROADENING OF SPECTRAL LINES

128

Atomic and Molecular Physics (contd)

P H Y S I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

$

PROF. G .l. OPAT

PROF. A.G. KLEIN

(U niversity of M e lbourne)

MOLECULAR OPTICS 16 633

PROF. J.A. PIPER STIMULATED RAMAN SHIFTING IN ATOM IC 22 830

(M acq u arie U niversity) METAL VAPOURS

DR R.J. SANDEMAN SUB DOPPLER NON-LINEAR LASER 11 000

DR H.A. BACHOR

DR G.J. MILBURN

(A ustralian N ational U niversity)

SPECTROSCOPY

PROF. B.M. SPICER M OM ENTUM DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRONS 32 264

DR E.G. MUIRHEAD IN INNER SHELLS OF M EDIUM AND HEAVY

(U niversity of M elbourne) ATOMS

DR M .C. STANDAGE A STUDY OF RYDBERG ATOM S USING 13 811

DR W .R. MACGILLIVRAY TRANSIENT SPECTROSCOPY AND ELECTRON

(G riffith U niversity) SCATTERING

DR M .C . STANDAGE ATOM IC COLLISION STUDIES USING 6 360

DR W .R. MACGILLIVRAY

(G riffith U niversity)

STEPWISE ELECTRON LASER EXCITATION

DR A.T. STELBOVICS THE THEORY OF ELECTRON-ATOM 20 470

(M urdoch U niversity) SCATTERING

DR J.B. SWAN

PROF. J.F. WILLIAMS

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

MOLECULAR IO N SCATTERING 31 000

DR P.J.O. TEUBNER ELECTRON-PHOTON COIN CIDENCE 21 070

(Flinders U niversity of South A ustralia) STUDIES IN THE ALKALIS

DR P.J.O. TEUBNER

(Flinders U niversity of South A ustralia)

ELECTRON SCATTERING FROM ATOMS AND 8 100

MOLECULES

DR P.J.O. TEUBNER ELECTRON COLLISIONS W ITH LASER EXCITED 31 000

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia) ATOMS AND MOLECULES

PROF. E. W EIGOLD

(Flinders U niversity of South A ustralia)

ELECTRON CO IN CIDENCE SPECTROSCOPY OF 56 865

ATOMS, MOLECULES AND SOLIDS

PROF. E. W EIGOLD

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

* THE CO ULO M B THREE BODY PROBLEM 38 944

PROF. J.F. WILLIAMS

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia)

ANGULAR CORRELATIONS OF SCATTERED 51 500

ELECTRONS AND PH O TO N S FROM ELECTRON

IMPACT EXCITATION OF HYDROGEN AND

HELIUM ATOMS

129

P H Y S I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Atomic and Molecular Physics (contd)

$

PROF. J.F. WILLIAMS

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

DENSITY OF STATES IN THIN FILMS 41 956

PROF. J.F. WILLIAMS

DR R.A. ANDERSON

DR J.L. ROBINS

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

Discharge and Plasma Physics

PRODUCTION AND DETECTION OF POLARISED 58 000

ELECTRONS

The p r o p e r t i e s of ionized gases such as t h o s e p r e se n t in th e stars, in electric arcs, a n d in th e

p r o p o s e d nu c le ar fusion re actors. Also inclu de s so m e wo rk on lasers.

PROF. H.A. BLEVIN

DR J. FLETCHER

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

STUDY OF PHOTONS FROM A GAS 14 000

DISCHARGE

PROF. H.A. BLEVIN

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

GAS DISCHARGE TOM OGRAPHY 46 735

DR G.F. BRAND

DR L.C. ROBINSON

(U niversity of Sydney)

GYROTRON APPLICATIONS IN PLASMA 10 000

DIAGNOSTICS AND SPECTROSCOPY

PROF. M .H . BRENNAN

DR R.C. CROSS

DR I.S. FALCONER

DR B.W. JAMES

ASSOC PROF. J.A. LEHANE

(U niversity of Sydney)

LOW FREQUENCY WAVES IN TOKAMAK PLASMAS 65 646

DR J. FLETCHER

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

STUDY OF ELECTRON TRANSPORT IN GAS 15 500

LASER MIXTURES

PROF. S.C. HAYDON

(U niversity of N ew England)

NANOSECOND TIME RESOLVED STUDIES 26 279

OF RADIO FREQUENCY PLASMAS

PROF. S.C. HAYDON

(University of N ew England)

* OPTO-GALVANIC INVESTIGATION OF TRACE 9 449

IMPURITY EFFECTS IN IONIZED GASES

DR C.M . HORW ITZ

(University of N ew South W ales)

* HOLLOW CATHODE STUDIES 19 600

PROF. I.R. JONES

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

ROTAMAK MAGNETIC FIELD STUDIES 45 547

DR A.L. MCCARTHY

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

* CURRENT DRIVE IN TOROIDAL PLASMAS 12 200

BY TRAVELLING WAVES

DR A.I. MCINTOSH

(University of N ew England)

METAL VAPOUR LASERS 12 117

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130

P H Y S I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Discharge and Plasma Physics (contd)

$

PROF. J.A. RIPER

(M acq u arie University)

DISCHARGE-EXCITED METAL ATOM 66 116

RECOMBINATION LASERS

DR S.W . SIM PSON

PROF. H.K. MESSERLE

(U niversity of Sydney)

BUFFER GAS PLASMA CENTRIFUGE 13 650

DR R.G. STORER

(Flinders U niversity of S outh A ustralia)

C o n d e n se d Matter Physics

* RESISTIVE M AGNETOHYDRODYNAM IC SPECTRUM 1 1 2 5 2

FOR TOROIDAL PLASMAS

Studies of a w i d e r a ng e of p h e n o m e n a in solids a n d liquids incl ud ing t h e b e h a v i o u r of mat eri als at

very lo w t e m p e r a t u r e s , t h e p r o p e r t i e s of c er t a i n s e m i c o n d u c t o r s , m a g n e tic p h e n o m e n a a n d factors affec ting t h e s t r e n g th a nd o t h e r physi cal p r o p e r t i e s of m aterials.

DR G.A. BIELIG

(Jam es C o o k U niversity o f N orth Q u e e n sla n d )

* POINT DEFECT-DISLOCATION INTERACTION 3 800

IN IO N IC CRYSTALS

ASSOC PROF. G.J. BOW DEN

(U niversity of N ew S outh W ales)

NUCLEAR SPIN C O O LIN G USING 4 000

ANTIFERROMAGNETIC M AGNONS

ASSOC PROF. G.J. BOW DEN

ASSOC PROF. J. OITM AA

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

PULSED NMR EXPERIMENTS IN M AGNON 8 826

COOLED ANTIFERROMAGNETS AT LOW

TEMPERATURES

DR L.A. BURSILL

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

HIGH-TEMPERATURE IN SITU ELECTRON 35 943

M ICRO SCO PIC STUDIES OF

NONSTOICHIOM ETRIC OXIDES

DR L.A. BURSILL

DR A.E.C. SPARGO

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

COMPUTER SIMULATION OF 12 675

IMAGES OF SMALL AND EXTENDED

DEFECTS IN CRYSTALS

ASSOC PROF. J.D. CASHION

(M onash U niversity)

A STUDY OF THE STRUCTURE AND MAGNETIC 54 339

PROPERTIES OF SOLIDS USING THE

MOSSBAUER EFFECT

DR D .H. CHAPLIN

PROF. G.V.H. WILSON

DR S.J. CAMPBELL

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

MEASUREMENT OF CRITICAL PHENOMENA 13 156

IN MAGNETIC MATERIALS

DR D.J.H. COCKAYNE

DR D.R. MCKENZIE

DR A.R. M O O N

(U niversity of Sydney)

STRUCTURAL AND ANALYTICAL STUDIES OF 55 000

MATERIALS USING HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRON

M ICROSCOPY

ASSOC PROF. R.S. CRISP

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

LOW TEMPERATURE SOFT X-RAY EMISSION 7 550

STUDIES IN METALS AND ALLOYS

131

PHYSICAL SCIENCES (contd)

Condensed Matter Physics (contd)

PROF. P. FISHER

DR C.A. FREETH

DR A.D. MARTIN

DR P.E. SIM M ONDS

(University of W ollongong)

PROF. H.J. GOLDSMID

DR G.L. PAUL

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

ELECTRONIC

AND VIBRATIONAL SPECTRA OF SOLIDS

THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF AM O RPH OU S

FILMS

DR E.M. GRAY

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

A DYNAMIC STUDY OF PLATEAU SLOPE AND

HYSTERESIS IN SOME METAL HYDRIDES

PROF. D. HANEMAN

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

AM ORPHOUS SEM ICONDUCTORS AND

INTERFACES

PROF. D. HANEMAN COPPER INDIUM DISELENIDE FILMS

(U niversity o f N ew South W ales)

DR T.J. HICKS MAGNETISM IN ATOMICALLY RANDOM SYSTEMS

(M onash U niversity)

PROF. J.C. KELLY

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

PROF. R.J. M ACDONALD

(U niversity of N ew castle)

DR C.D. MCKENZIE

DR J.S. WILLIAMS

(U niversity of M elbourne)

DR D.J. MILLER

DR L.B. HARRIS

DR C.T. GRAINGER

DR P R. ELLISTON

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

DR D. NEILSON

PROF. H.J. GOLDSMID

(University of N ew South W ales)

MULTI MEV IONS FROM LASER-SOLID

INTERACTIONS

* LOW ENERGY ION SCATTERING FOR SURFACE

CRYSTALLOGRAPHY AND ATOM LOCATION

M ICRO SCO PIC VARIATIONS IN ION

IMPLANTED MATERIAL

SEMIMAGNETIC SEM ICONDUCTORS: MAGNETIC

PROPERTIES AND BAND STRUCTURE

ELECTRON MOBILITY IN

ALUMINIUM GADOLINIUM AND

GADOLINIUM ARSENIC

HETEROSTRUCTURES

DR G.L. NYBERG

DR J.S. WILLIAMS

(La T robe U niversity)

IRRADIATION INDUCED ADHESION CHANGES

O F THIN METALLIC FILMS ON

SILICON/SILICA SUBSTRATES

DR D.J. O 'C O N N O R * MEDIUM ENERGY ION SCATTERING FOR

(U niversity of N ew castle) SURFACE STRUCTURE AND COM POSITIONAL

ANALYSIS

66 571

$

8 0 0 0

3 914

5 500

19 941

10 206

8 000

28 243

9 800

13 000

16 471

30 950

11 400

132

P H Y S I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Condensed Matter Physics (contd)

s

DR G.L. PAUL

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

LOW FREQUENCY LIGHT SCATTERING STUDIES 3 000

OF PHASE TRANSITIONS

DR J.D. RILEY DETERMINATION OF THE ELECTRONIC 3 000

DR R. LECKEY BAND STRUCTURE OF SOME METALS AND

(La T ro b e U niversity) ALLOYS USING A NOVEL PHOTOELECTRON

SPECTROMETER

DR J.D. RILEY ELECTRON STATES AND BO ND IN G OF 53 967

DR R. LECKEY EPITAXIALLY G R O W N FILMS O N SEMI

(La T ro b e U niversity) COND UCTORS

PROF. T.F. SMITH VIBRATIONAL M ODES AND LATTICE 13 600

ASSOC PROF. J.D. CASHION

DR T.R. FINLAYSON

DR F. N IN IO

(M onash U niversity)

STABILITY IN SOLIDS

DR A.E.C. SPARGO * EFFECT OF INELASTIC SCATTERING AND 3 000

(U niversity of M e lb o u rn e ) FAST-ELECTRON CHANNELING O N HRTEM

IMAGING

DR A.E.C. SPARGO * HRTEM STUDIES OF TETRAHEDRAL 6 500

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e) SEM ICONDUCTORS

PROF. K.N.R. TAYLOR * BASIC INTERACTIONS IN SOLID STATE 3 3 200

DR G.J. RUSSELL

DR D. NEILSON

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

LOW DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURES

DR S.M. THURGATE ULTRAHIGH VACUUM STUDIES OF THE 3 000

DR J.C.L. CORNISH

ASSOC PROF. P.J. JENNINGS

(M u rd o ch U niversity)

METAL-SEMICONDUCTOR INTERFACE

DR S.M. THURGATE

ASSOC PROF. P.J. JENNINGS

(M u rd o ch University)

HIGH RESOLUTION LEED SPECTROSCOPY 2 000

DR S.M. THURGATE * SURFACE COINCIDENCE AUGER ELECTRON 14 600

DR A.T. STELBOVICS

(M u rd o c h U niversity)

SPECTROSCOPY

PROF. G .V .H . WILSON HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS IN MAGNETIC 57 419

DR D .H. CHAPLIN

DR P. LYNAM

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

MATERIALS

133

P H Y S I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Physics of the Ocean, Atmosphere, Ionosphere and Magnetosphere

Studies of a wide range of natural p h e n o m e n a , including o c e a n waves, cyclones, th e m o v e m e n t of a tm ospheric pollutants, winds, io n o sp h e ric irregularities a n d th e m ag n eto sp h ere.

$

DR J.A. BENNETT

DR P.L. DYSON

(M onash U niversity)

* IONOSPHERIC RAY TRACING PROGRAMS FOR 5 000

REAL TIME TRACING AND MULTI M ODE

AND SPECTRAL BROADENING CALCULATIONS

DR G.G. BOW MAN

(University of Q u e e n sla n d )

* AN INVESTIGATION OF TRAVELLING 3 000

IONOSPHERIC DISTURBANCES USING A

SWEPT-FREQUENCY INTERFEROMETER

DR E.C. BUTCHER

(La T robe University)

* ABNORMAL QUIET DAYS IN THE QUIET-DAY 6 500

VARIATIONS OF THE GEOMAGNETIC FIELD

PROF. K.D. COLE

DR E.C. BUTHCHER

DR P.L. DYSON

DR E.A. COHEN

DR P.R. HAMMER

(La T robe U niversity)

MAGNETOSPHERE-IONOSPHERE COUPLING 63 208

PROF. K.D. COLE

(La T robe U niversity)

* SOLAR-TERRESTRIAL PHYSICS 26 738

DR P.L. DYSON

(La T robe U niversity)

WAVES IN SPACE PLASMAS 3 500

DR P.L. DYSON

(La T robe U niversity)

* DYNAMICS OF THE THERMOSPHERE AND 25 000

IONOSPHERE

ASSOC PROF. B.J. FRASER PROPAGATION STUDIES OF HYDROMAGNETIC 45 673

(University of N ew castle) WAVES BETWEEN SPACED STATIONS

DR M L. HERON * OFFSHORE STUDIES OF NORTH AUSTRALIAN 7 780

(James C ook U niversity o f N orth Q u e ensland) CLOUD LINE DISTURBANCES (NACLD)

DR F. JACKA STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF THE 18 200

PROF. H.S. GREEN

(U niversity of A delaide)

STRATOSPHERE

DR T.J. LYONS

(M urdoch U niversity)

* PERTH AIRSHED MODEL 17 750

DR D. MACKERRAS

PROF. M. DARVENIZA

* W ORLD-W IDE SURVEY OF THE RATIO OF 4 000

CLOUD FLASHES TO G R OU ND FLASHES IN

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) LIGHTNING STORMS

PROF. B.R. M ORTON

DR R.K. SMITH

(M onash U niversity)

DYNAMICS OF TROPICAL CYCLONES 7 500

134

Physics of the Ocean, Atmosphere, Ionosphere and Magnetosphere (contd)

P H Y S I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

DR R.K. SMITH

DR M.A. PAGE

(M onash U niversity)

DR R.K. SMITH

(M onash U niversity)

DR R.A. VINCENT

DR W .K. HOCKING

DR W .G . ELFORD

DR B.H. BRIGGS

(U niversity of A delaide)

DR R.A. VINCENT

(U niversity of A delaide)

PROF. J.D . W HITEHEAD

DR K.L. JONES

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

ASSOC PROF. D.E. W IN CH

(U niversity of Sydney)

SOUTHERLY BUSTER COLD FRONTS 4 500

$

* THE NORTH AUSTRALIAN CLOUD LINE 15 000

MIDDLE ATMOSPHERE DYNAMICS 51 530

* NEW GENERATION PARTIAL REFLECTION 13 900

RADAR FOR STUDIES OF THE EQUATORIAL

MESOSPHERE

IONOSPHERIC IRREGULARITIES USING AN 12 400

H F RADAR

* ELECROMAGNETIC SO U N D IN G OF THE ENTIRE 4 410

EARTH

Astronomy and Cosmic Rays

Studi es of stars, pulsars, galaxies, q u a sa rs , a n d o t h e r a s t r o n o m i c a l o b jec ts; stud ies of t h e n a tu r e of

ex tra -te rr es tia l high e n er gy pa rti cl e s (c osmic rays).

DR D.K. AITKEN INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY O F ASTRONOMICAL 29 000

PROF. |.A . THOM AS OBIECTS

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

PROF. R.D. BROW N * WEAK INTERSTELLAR MASERS 10 000

(M onash University)

DR R.W. CLAY

(U niversity of A delaide)

PILOT STUDY OF THE ECONO M ICAL 3 210

DETECTION AND ANALYSIS OF ULTRA-

HIGH ENERGY C O SM IC RAY SHOWERS

PROF. T.W . COLE FLEURS C O M P O U N D GRATING RADIOTELESCOPE 56 161

MR A. W ATKINSON

DR J. BUNTON

DR W .B. MCADAM

(U niversity of Sydney)

DR J. DAVIS

PROF. R. HANBURY BROW N

DR W .J. TANGO

(U niversity of Sydney)

THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MODERNIZED

VERSION OF MICHELSON'S STELLAR

INTERFEROMETER

135

P H Y S I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Astronomy and Cosmic Rays (contd)

$

DR W .G . ELFORD

(U niversity of A delaide)

METEOR STUDIES 24 975

PROF. G.R.A. ELLIS

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

JUPITER, SOLAR AND PULSAR 5 000

DECAMETRIC RADIO EMISSIONS

PROF. G.R.A. ELLIS * MAPPING THE GALACTIC RADIO EMISSION 4 600

vUniversity of Tasm ania) NEAR 1.5 M HZ

DR A.G. FENTON COSM IC RAY AIR SHOWER OBSERVATIONS 18 050

DR K.B. FENTON

DR j.E. HUMBLE

(University of Tasm ania)

AT 10-100 TEV

DR K.B. FENTON

DR A.G. FENTON

DR J.G. GREENHILL

DR R.K. SO O D

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

X-RAY ASTRONOMY 79 243

DR P.A. HAMILTON GALACTIC AND EXTRAGALACTIC 5 000

DR P.M. MCCULLOCH

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

PULSARS

DR P.A. HAMILTON

DR P.M. MCCULLOCH

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

OBSERVATIONS WITH THE 26M TELESCOPE 68 682

PROF. V.D. HOPPER

DR D.K. AITKEN

(U niversity of M elbourne)

METEORITE DISINTEGRATION STUDY 2 450

PROF. B Y. MILLS

(University of Sydney)

OBSERVATIONS OF CO SM IC RADIO EMISSION 129 128

DR J.J. M ONAGHAN

(M onash University)

* HYPERSONIC FLOW 10 000

DR H.S. M URDOCH

DR R.W. HUNSTEAD

(U niversity o f Sydney)

ABSORPTION SPECTRA OF QUASI-STELLAR 2 100

OBJECTS AND BL LAC OBJECTS

PROF. J.R. PRESCOTT CERENKOV STUDIES OF CO SM IC RAY AIR- 50 500

DR A.G. GREGORY

DR R.W. CLAY

DR J.R. PATTERSON

(U niversity of A delaide)

SHOWERS

136

PHYSICAL SCIENCES (contd)

Astronomy and Cosmic Rays (contd)

PROF. J.R. PRESCOTT

DR A.G. GREGORY

DR J.R. PATTERSON

DR R.W . CLAY

(U niversity of A delaide)

DR R.J. PROTHEROE

(U niversity o f A delaide)

DR D.E. REES

DR C.J. DURRANT

(U niversity of Sydney)

DR R.R. SHOBBROOK

(U niversity of Sydney)

PROF. K.N.R. TAYLOR

(U niversity o f N ew South W ales)

PROF. J.A. THOM AS

DR D.K. AITKEN

(U niversity of N ew S o u th W ales)

DR K. TH O M PSO N

DR D .W . COATES

(M onash University)

DR D.T. WICKRAMASINGHE

(A ustralian N ational U niversity)

PROF. P.R. WILSON

(U niversity o f Sydney)

ASSOC PROF. M .M . W IN N

DR J. ULRICHS

MR L. HORTON

(U niversity of Sydney)

DR W.J. ZEALEY

(U niversity of W ollongong)

STUDIES OF C O SM IC RAY SHOWERS WITH

SIZES BELOW 10 TO THE 5TH PARTICLES

ULTRA-HIGH ENERGY GAMMA-RAY ASTRONOMY

AND THE O R IG IN OF C O SM IC RAYS

MAGNETIC STRUCTURES OF THE SOLAR

ATMOSPHERE

* THE DISTANCE TO THE MAGELLANIC CLOUDS

USING THE LUMINOSITY CALIBRATION OF

THE STRENGTH OF THE H BETA ABSORPTION

LINE IN HOT STARS

* SOUTHERN MARKARIAN SURVEY

* NEAR INFRARED PHOTOMETRY AND

SPECTROSCOPY OF ASTRONOMICAL SOURCES

* PHOTOELECTRIC PHOTOMETRY AND

SPECTROSCOPY OF KNOW N AND CANDIDATE

RS CVN STARS

MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF THE

ATMOSPHERIC STRUCTURE OF AND RADIATIVE

TRANSFER IN MAGNETIC STARS

* THE GROW TH AND DECAY OF SOLAR

MAGNETIC FLUX

A STUDY OF A VERY HIGH ELECTRON

DENSITIES IN THE CORES OF COSM IC RAY

AIR SHOWERS

* THE INTERACTION OF PRE-MAIN-SEQUENCE

STELLAR W IN D S W ITH THE SU RROUNDING

MEDIUM

47 760

$

37 968

11 000

1 500

2 090

1 0 0 0 0

2 750

3 920

9 150

5 000

2 598

1 37

Instruments and Techniques

The developm ent of new, or improved, instruments and techniques.

P H Y S I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

PROF. M .|. BUCKINGHAM

DR D.G. BLAIR

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia)

DR T.J. HICKS

DR J.R. DAVIS

(M onash U niversity)

DR G.J.F. LEGGE

(U niversity of M elbourne)

DR G.J.F. LEGGE

(U niversity of M elbourne)

MICROWAVE FREQUENCY STABILISATION WITH

A SAPPHIRE LOADED SUPERCONDUCTING

CAVITY

POLARISATION ANALYSIS OF DIFFUSE

NEUTRON SCATTERING

HIGH RESOLUTION SCANNING PROTON

MICROPROBE FOR HIGH SENSITIVITY

ELEMENTAL MICROANALYSIS AND

QUANTITATIVE MAPPING

ELEMENTAL MICROANALYSIS RESOURCE

PROGRAM

DR O . MAYO

(U niversity of A delaide)

IMPLICATIONS OF FIDUCIAL INFERENCE FOR

EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN AND ANALYSIS

DR D.R. MILLS

ASSOC PROF. J.C. KELLY

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

ION IMPLANTED OPTICAL MULTILAYERS,

WAVEGUIDES AND LENSES

DR C.F. OSBORNE

DR I.D. SVALBE

(Chisholm In stitu te of Technology)

FRACTAL DIMENSIONALITY AS A MEASURE

OF TEXTURE

DR J.W.V. STOREY

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

INFRARED DETECTOR ARRAYS FOR

ASTRONOMY

DR D.V. THIEL

(Griffith U niversity)

DR B.L. TURTLE

DR J.W.V. STOREY

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

DR M .D. WATERWORTH

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

ANGLE OF ARRIVAL STUDIES OVER AN

ANISOTROPIC EARTH PLANE

AUTOMATED PATROL TELESCOPE

LASER IGNITION DEVICE

Other

Mainly ex p er i m e n t al wo rk on a variety of topics no t classified u n d e r a n o th e r heading.

PROF. M.J. BUCKINGHAM

DR C. EDWARDS

DR D.G. BLAIR

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

EXPERIMENTS IN GRAVITATIONAL

RADIATION DETECTION

24 667

9 516

50 949

$

44 277

13 340

20 900

6 600

18 420

3 400

16 118

10 0 0 0

92 100

138

P H Y S I C A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Other (contd)

DR J.R. DE LAETER

DR K.J.R. ROSMAN

(W e stern A ustralian In stitu te of T echnology)

PROF. C .l. OPAT

PROF. A.G. KLEIN

(U niversity of M elb o u rn e)

DR J.R. PILBROW

(M onash U niversity)

PROF. J.R. PRESCOTT

DR J.T. HUTTON

(U niversity of A delaide)

DR J.T. HUTTON

(U niversity of A delaide)

PROF. J.R. PRESCOTT

MR J.T. HUTTON

(U niversity of A delaide)

PROF. F.D. STACEY

DR G.J. TUCK

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

ISOTOPIC ANOMALIES IN THE

ALLENDE METEORITE AND IMPLICATIONS FOR

THEORIES OF NUCLEOSYNTHESIS

ELECTROMAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF

ACCELERATED MATTER

ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE OF TRANSITION

IONS IN BIOLOGICAL AND MODEL

SYSTEMS

TIME SCALES SINCE THE PLEISTOCENE AND

C O SM IC RAY INTENSITY VARIATIONS

THE PHYSICS O F THERMOLUMINESCENCE

DATING W ITH APPLICATIONS TO EARTH

SCIENCE AND ARCHAEOLOGY

A GEOPHYSICAL MEASUREMENT OF THE

NEWTONIAN GRAVITATIONAL CONSTANT

13 817

26 445

28 175

9 600

$

9 000

76 753

1 39

S O C I A L S C I E N C E S

Psychology of Individual Differences

The focus here is on how m u ch p e o p le vary b e tw e e n each o th e r in personality, social interactions and o t h e r aspects of their b e h av io u r and functioning. It is th e u n derstanding of th e differences rather th an th e similarities in h o w p erso ns be h av e th at is se en to index th e full complexity of hum an activity.

$

DR M.G. DICKERSON M O O D AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN 15 300

(A ustralian N ational University) AROUSAL AND CO G N ITIO N IN PERSISTENT

GAMBLING

DR N.R. GRIEVE

DR W.K. BARTLETT

DR P.E. PATTISON

(University of M elbourne)

PROF. J.A. KEATS

DR R.A. HEATH

(U niversity of N ew castle)

SEX DIFFERENCES IN SOLVING 8 000

MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMS

INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN 17 120

EXPERIMENTALLY DERIVED PARAMETERS AND

THEIR RELATIONSHIPS TO INTELLIGENCE

AND ITS DEVELOPMENT

DR L. STANKOV

(U niversity of Sydney)

PRACTICE EFFECTS IN D O IN G 22 000

COGNITIVE TASKS

Personality and Social Psychology

These pr o j ec ts involve t h e st u d y of t h e interests, a tti tu d e s, e x p e c ta n c ie s a n d m oti va tio ns whi ch arise fro m t h e i nte rac tio n of h u m a n s as m o ti v a te d org an ism s o p e r a t in g in th eir physical a n d social e n vi ro nm en ts . Social Psychology looks closely at th e n a tu r e of t h e s e inter act ions and , in particular, at the wa y pe r so ns pe rc e iv e a n d th in k a b o u t their e n v ir o n m e n t .

DR J.K. ANTILL

DR C. RUSSELL

PROF. ). G O O D N O W

(M acquarie U niversity)

PARENTS' SEX ROLE VARIABLES & BELIEFS: 22 000

THEIR IMPACT O N CHILDREARING PRACTICES

AND CHILDREN'S SEX ROLE DEVELOPMENT

DR P.J. DAVIS EFFECTS O N MEMORY FOR EMOTIONAL 11 500

(University of Sydney) MATERIAL

PROF. N.T. FEATHER MOTIVES,EXPECTATIONS AND ACTIONS 26 500

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

PROF. N.T. FEATHER

DR G.E. O'BRIEN

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

* STUDY OF EMPLOYED AND UNEMPLOYED 8 200

SCHOOL-LEAVERS

DR J.P. FORGAS

(University of N ew South W ales)

AFFECTIVE INFLUENCES O N SOCIAL 19 500

CO GN ITIO N AND BEHAVIOUR

DR J.M. INNES

(University of A delaide)

SELF AWARENESS AND AROUSAL AS 23 000

MEDIATING FACTORS OF ATTITUDE CHANGE

140

S O C I A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Personality and Social Psychology (contd)

PROF. L. MANN

PROF. C. POWER

(Flinders U niversity of S outh Australia)

UNDERSTANDING AND IM PROVING DECISION

MAKING IN ADOLESCENTS

$

24 300

PROF. W .A. SCOTT

(A ustralian N ational University)

ADAPTATION OF MIGRANT AND AUSTRALIAN

BORN FAMILIES: ANALYSIS OF AVAILABLE

AND SUPPLEMENTARY DATA

11 000

DR J.C. TURNER

(M acq u arie U niversity)

G R O U P BEHAVIOUR, SOCIAL INFLUENCE AND

THE POLARIZATION OF G R O U P NORMS

25 340

DR M B. WALKER

MS A. TRIMBOLI

(U niversity of Sydney)

* STUDIES IN NONVERBAL CO M M U N ICA TIO N 23 100

Learning, Memory and Perc ep tio n

Study of t h e basic pr o c e ss e s of t h e t h ink in g, r e m e m b e r i n g a n d se nsi ng org an ism, anim al as well as

h u m a n , is involved here. H o w a n o r g a n is m a cq u i r es , st or es , re tri ev e s a n d uses t h e in fo rm a tio n that

is g a t h e r e d is c o n s i d e r e d basic t o t h e u n d e r s t a n d i n g of b e h a v i o u r .

DR D.K. BURNHAM DEVELOPMENT OF CATEGORICAL SPEECH 19 000

ASSOC PROF. J.E. CLARK PERCEPTION

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

DR D.K. BURNHAM

DR B. D O D D

(U niversity of N ew S outh W ales)

DR M.L. C O O K PERCEPTION OF SPATIAL LOCATION 13 500

(A ustralian N ational University)

* REPRESENTATION O F SPEECH IN PRE-VERBAL 23 103

INFANTS

PROF. R.H. DAY

(M onash U niversity)

PERCEPTUAL PROCESSES INVOLVED IN

VISUAL ILLUSIONS

ASSOC PROF. B. FENELON

DR D.C. FINLAY

(U niversity of N ew castle)

ELECTRO PHYSIO LOGICAL STUDY

OF THE PERCEPTION OF APPARENT M OTIO N

DR R.F. GUNSTONE ANALYSES OF PHYSICS LEARNING 15 000

(M onash U niversity)

DR ).H. HOGBEN

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

DR M S. HUMPHREYS

DR J.D. BAIN

DR R. PIKE

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

DR B. JENKINS

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia)

* SUPPRESSION OF VISIBLE PERSISTENCE 4 435

THE ROLE OF CONTEXT IN RECOGNITION AND 26 000

RECALL

CO RRELAIION MECHANISMS IN THE HUMAN 18 500

VISUAL SYSTEM

141

Learning, Memory and Perception (contd)

S O C I A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

DR E.J. KEHOE

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

LEARNING AND TRANSFER IN CLASSICAL

CO N D ITIO NING

$

24 371

DR W.J. LOVEGROVE

PROF. D. M CNICOL

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

* VISION, PHONOLOGICAL ENCODING, MEMORY

AND SPECIFIC READING DISABILITY

19 800

DR K.M. MCCONKEY

(M acquarie University)

EMOTIONALITY AND MEMORY IN HYPNOTIC

SUBJECTS

23 000

DR S.R. OLDFIELD

(D eakin University)

* MECHANISMS O F SO U N D LOCALISATION 19 500

PROF. J. ROSS

(University of W e ste rn Australia)

QUANTITATIVE STUDIES OF INHIBITION AND

OF M OTIO N BY MEANS OF IMAGE

PROCESSING

17 454

DR D.A.T. SIDDLE

(M acquarie U niversity)

EFFECTS OF STIMULUS PREEXPOSURE AND

CONTEXT CHANGE O N OM ISSION PRODUCED

DISHABITUATION IN HUMANS

18 750

DR D. SIDDLE

DR P. LOVIBOND

DR N. BOND

(M acquarie U niversity)

* HUMAN PAVLOVIAN CO ND ITIO NING

WITH FEAR-RELEVANT STIMULI

19 600

DR J.J. SUMMERS

(University of M elbourne)

THE STRUCTURE OF M OTOR PROGRAMS:

ANALYSIS OF HUMAN M OTO R CONTROL

16 000

DR D M. THOM SON

(M onash U niversity)

RECALL AND RECOGNITION PROCESSES 21 000

DR P.M. WENDEROTH

(University of Sydney)

* ANOMALOUS ILLUSIONS OF VISUAL

ORIENTATION

26 702

Comparative and Physiological Psychology

Projects he r e a r e c o n c e r n e d p r e d o m i n a n t l y with animal fu nc tion, a n d fo cu s particularly on pro ces se s of a physiological kind. The results from st ud ies c o n d u c t e d in this area fr e q u e n t ly th r o w imp or ta nt light on t h e m ean in g of be h av io ur of ot her, q u i te different, organisms.

DR D.M. ATRENS THE PSYCHOBIOLOGY OF ENERGY BALANCE 97 200

(U niversity of Sydney)

ASSOC PROF. R.J. BARRY

DR J.G. O 'G O R M A N

(University of N ew S outh W ales)

DR A.). TILLEY * EFFECTS OF A DAYTIME NAP O N THE 18 000

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) RECOVERY OF STAGE 4 SLEEP FOLLOWING

PARTIAL STAGE 4 DEPRIVATION

THEORIES OF HABITUATION: COM PARISONS 6 000

BASED ON THE "MISSING-STIMULUS" EFFECT

142

Comparative and Physiological Psychology (contd)

S O C I A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

PROF. A .|. YATES * CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTIONING AND PRECISE 18 500

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia) OR IMPRECISE FEEDBACK DURING TASK

PERFORMANCE

$

Psychometrics

The application of specialized measurement and statistical procedures to the analysis of human reaction, measured usually within the laboratory setting, forms an important part of the movement to quantify human behaviour in precise terms.

PROF. D. ANDRICH

(M urdoch University)

INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT OF PRE­

ADOLESCENT AND ADOLESCENT CHILDREN

FROM PSYCHOMETRIC AND COGNITIVE

DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVES

30 681

PROF. R.A.M. GRECSON

(U niversity of N ew England)

* NONLINEAR SYSTEM THEORY BASES FOR

HUMAN PSYCHOPHYSICS

12 200

DR G .N. MASTERS

(U niversity of M e lb o u rn e )

* CONSTRUCTING OBJECTIVE MEASURES FROM

ORDERED CATEGORY DATA

15 540

Sociology

The relationships between Australian social groups (including migrants and aboriginals) form the basis for much of the research carried on here, the emphasis being placed in some cases upon the growth of new communities.

ASSOC PROF. C. BALDOCK

(M u rd o ch U niversity)

THE UNPAID WORKER IN SOCIAL WELFARE 15 900

PROF. R.W. CONNELL

(M a c q u a rie University)

TRANSFORMATIONS OF MASCULINITY IN FOUR

AUSTRALIAN SUB-POPULATIONS

25 184

DR S.J.U. GRIMES

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

UNIVERSITIES AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:

THE IMPACT OF LEGISLATION ON THE

GENDER-BASED DIVISION OF LABOUR

IN THE TERTIARY SPHERE

20 000

PROF. S.C. HILL

MR C.R. HORNE

(U niversity of W ollongong)

* CO M M U N ICA TIO N AND ORGANISATION EFFECTS

OF TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE

15 000

MS R.A. PRINGLE

MS A.A. GAME

(M a c q u a rie U niversity)

SECRETARIES: A CASE STUDY OF GENDER,

TECHNOLOGY AND THE PUBLIC/PRIVATE

DIVISION IN AUSTRALIA SINCE W ORLD WAR

TW O

25 500

DR M.R. PUSEY

(U niversity of N ew S o u th W ales)

SENIOR PUBLIC SERVANTS AND THE

"CRISIS OF THE STATE"

10 000

DR B.W. STENING

(U niversity of W e ste rn A ustralia)

* AUSTRALIAN CORPORATE ELITE: A PROFILE

OF THE CHIEF EXECUTIVES AND DIRECTORS

11 500

1 43

SOCIAL SCIENCES (contd)

Sociology (contd)

DR Y. SU G IM O TO

(La T robe U niversity)

$

* QUANTITATIVE STUDIES OF POPULAR 19 000

PROTEST IN MEIJI AND TAISHO JAPAN

DR J. WAJCMAN

DR B. PROBERT

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

* THE FUTURE OF WORK: THE DEVOLUTION OF 14 000

THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION?

PROF. J. WESTERN PROFESSIONAL SOCIALIZATION IN 24 000

DR T. WILLIAMS TRAINING AND W ORK

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

PROF. J.S. WESTERN THE CLASS STRUCTURE OF AUSTRALIA 28 000

PROF. S.R. CLEGG

MR P.R. BOREHAM

DR J.M. EMMISON

DR D M. GIBSON

(University of Q u e e n sla n d )

DR E. WILLIS HEALTH AND SAFETY AT W ORK : A 17 500

(M onash U niversity) SOCIO-HISTORICAL ANALYSIS

Social Work and Administration

The intricacies of t h e system of social se rvices in Australia call for care ful investigation, as d o the

a s s u m p t io n s b e h in d the system.

DR L.l. DALGLEISH » DECISION MAKING IN CHILD ABUSE CASES 13 000

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

Demography

This field involves t h e q ua n ti t at i v e st u d y of h u m a n p o p u la ti o n s, t h r o u g h ex ami natio n of cen su ses , sa m pl e surveys a n d vital statistics. Focus is pl ac ed especially o n th e disco very a n d m e a s u r e m e n t of pa tt e rn s of c on si st en c y in the p r o c e s s e s of h u m a n birth, d e a t h , p o p u l a t i o n g r o w t h a n d m o v e m e n t. In Australia's cas e m u c h a tt e n ti o n is paid to t h e effects of migra tion fro m a b r o a d a n d migration

within t h e c o un try .

PROF. W .D . BORRIE

(Private)

* THE PEOPLING OF AUSTRALASIA: A

DEMOGRAPHIC HISTORY

12 425

DR J.J.T. EVANS

(Australian N ational University)

THE SOCIAL CIRCUMSTANCES, HEALTH

AND WELFARE OF OLD PEOPLE IN A

JAVANESE CITY

6 500

DR P.A. GU NN

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

* NINETEENTH CENTURY HOUSEHOLD FORMATION

IN TASMANIA

2 500

DR G.J. H U G O

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

CHANGING PATTERNS OF FAMILY FORMATION

AND STRUCTURE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA

44 800

144

S O C I A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Demography (contd)

$

MR B.J. KIDD

(U niversity of M elbourne)

A STUDY OF THE USE OF SENSORY INPUTS 16 300

BY SEVERELY VISUALLY IMPAIRED PEOPLE

IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

EMERITUS PROF. H .O . LANCASTER

(U niversity of Sydney)

Cross Cultural Psychology

HISTORY OF MEDICAL STATISTICS 11 800

These p r o j e c ts m a k e c o m p a r i s o n s a n d c o m b i n a t i o n s of c u lt u r e s to e x a m i n e t h e p a tt e r n s of

b e h a v i o u r th a t o c c u r a cro ss d i f f e r e n t e n v i r o n m e n t s u n d e r sp ec ifi c c o m m o n co n d it i o n s. Such stud ies an al ys e similarities as wel l as d i f f e r e n c e s th at exist a m o n g p e o p le , b o t h w i t h in a n d acro ss

c ul tu re s

PROF. L. MANN

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

Organisational Psychology

CROSS-CULTURAL STUDIES IN DECISION 11 500

MAKING

These pr o j ec ts involve t h e s t u d y of t h e s t r u c t u r e a n d th e re la ti o n s h ip of g r o u p s as well as the

stud y of individuals, esp eci ally as t h e y r e la te t o o u r u n d e r s t a n d i n g of p e r f o r m a n c e in t h e work

sector, a t t i t u d e s t o w a r d wo rk , a n d a nal ysi s of m a n a g e m e n t - b a s e d o rg an isa ti on s.

DR B. KABANOFF

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

Psycholinguistics

* A M ODEL OF INTERPERSONAL CONFLICT IN 12 500

ORGANISATIONS

These p r o j e c ts st ud y the a c q u i s i t io n a n d d e v e l o p m e n t of la n g u a g e a n d ex am in e t h e p r o c e ss e s

re sp o n si b l e for ve rb al u t te r a n c e s , e sp e c i a l l y t h o s e re la te d to t h e c o m p r e h e n s i o n a n d g e n e r a ti o n of

s e n t e n c e s . S p e e ch d e f e c ts as wel l as linguistic c o m p e t e n c e a r e c o v e r e d .

PROF. J. ANDERSON

(Flinders U niversity of South A ustralia)

AN INVESTIGATION OF CO HESIO N, 16 195

COM PREHENSION AND READABILITY

DR D.C. BRADLEY

DR R.J. WALES

(M onash U niversity)

* PH ONO LO GICAL STRUCTURES AND LEXICAL 17 500

PROCESSES

DR T.H. CAIRNEY

(M itchell C o lle g e of A dvanced E ducation)

* INTERTEXTUALITY AND READING 2 400

COM PREHENSION

DR K.l. FORSTER

(M onash U niversity)

VISUAL PROCESSING OF SENTENCES 22 800

DR V.M . HOLMES

(U niversity of M e lb o u rn e )

* STRATEGIES IN LANGUAGE PRODU CTION 17 000

PSYCHOMETRIC TESTS

DR M. TAFT

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

EXPLORING THE MENTAL LEXICON 19 200

14 5

Psycholinguistics (contd)

$

S O C I A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

DR R.J. WALES

DR P.E. PATTISON

(U niversity of M elbourne)

Town Planning

* MODELLING LANGUAGE ACQUISITION 18 800

Town plannin g d e als with studi es of t h e d e v e l o p m e n t of u r b a n areas, a n d th e re lationship b e tw e e n urban land use p a tt e rn s a n d the b e h a v i o u r of individuals a n d gr oups.

MRS A. LOGAN

(U niversity of M elbourne)

* MELBOURNE'S DISTRICT CENTRE 4 200

POLICY

PROF. J.B. MCLOUGHLIN

(U niversity of M elbourne)

Criminology

* PLANNING IN METROPOLITAN MELBOURNE 23 000

Criminology stu di es th e caus es of c r im e (including possible m e t h o d s of d e t e r r e n c e a n d prevention), the t r e a t m e n t of o f fen de rs, and t h o s e social institutions th at deal with th e d e te c t i o n a n d t r e a tm e n t

of crime.

PROF. G.F. GALE

MS R.J. BAILEY-HARRIS

(U niversity of A delaide)

* YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT AND YOUTH OFFENDING 25 000

DR J.A. LAWRENCE

MR R.J. HOMEL

(M urdoch U niversity)

SENTENCING IN MAGISTRATES' COURTS 17 000

DR J.E. SUTTON

DR S. HATTY

(M acarthur Institu te of H igher Education)

Psychopharmacology

POLICE INTERVENTION IN DOMESTIC 23 500

VIOLENCE IN NEW SOUTH WALES

These pr oj ec ts c ov er the field of psy ch ol og y w hi c h ex amines th e behavioural, mental and physiological effects of ch emical s u b s ta n c e s a fte r t he s e have b e e n given to an organism, h u m a n or animal. The field relates closely to t h e st u d y of physiological Psychology.

DR G.B. CHESHER

(University of Sydney)

INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN RISK-TAKING 30 000

BEHAVIOUR AND IN DIVIDED ATTENTION:

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE EFFECTS

OF CANNABIS AND ALCOHOL

DR M E. GIBBS

DR K.T. NG

(La T robe University)

HORMONAL MODULATION OF LONG TERM 22 000

MEMORY FORMATION

PROF. M .G. KING

(University o f N ew castle)

* PINEAL PRINCIPLES: ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOURS 29 875

AND BRAIN BIOCHEMICAL PROFILES

146

SOCIAL SCIENCES (contd)

Psychopharmacology (contd)

ASSOC PROF. D.H. OVERSTREET

DR A.D. CROCKER

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

ASSOC PROF. D.H. OVERSTREET

DR A.D. CROCKER

(Flinders U niversity of S outh A ustralia)

MEMORY DISTURBANCE IN RATS INDUCED BY 14 000

DISRUPTIONS OF THE CHOLINERGIC SYSTEM

$

* PHARMACOLOGICAL AND NEUROCHEMICAL 30 000

GENETICS OF THE CHOLINERGIC SYSTEM

Educational Psychology

This is t h e st ud y of t h e e d u c a b l e a n d t h e e d u c a t e d a n d aim s t o a n al yz e h u m a n a s p e c t s of learning

in t h e e d u c a ti o n a l co n te xt . It e n c o m p a s s e s also t h e analysis of actual ed u ca ti o n a l si tu ati on s a n d

their i m p a c t o n t h o s e w h o p a r ti c i p a te wi thin t h e m . Study in this field o ft en b e ar s direc tly on th e

t r e a t m e n t of lear ning disabilities a n d sch ol as tic pr ob le m s.

PROF. C .T. EVANS CONCERNS,NEEDS,ATTRIBUTIONS AND 35 000

ASSOC PROF. M E. POOLE SKILL LEVELS OF AUSTRALIAN

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) ADOLESCENTS

DR J.R. KIRBY EFFECTS OF TEXT STRUCTURE AND LEARNING 5 000

(U niversity of N ew castle) STRATEGIES U PO N COM PREHENSION

DR H .W . MARSH LONGITUDINAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE 7 000

DR I.D. SMITH TRANSITION FROM A SINGLE-SEX HIGH

(U niversity of Sydney) SCHOOL TO CO -EDUCATIONAL HIGH SCHOO L

ASSOC PROF. S. SCHW ARTZ APPLICATION OF AUTOMATED MEASURES OF 15 974

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d ) READING COMPETENCE IN READING

INSTRUCTION

DR W.E. TUNMER * DEVELOPMENTAL CHANGES IN THE 9 000

DR A.R. NESDALE METALINGUISTIC PERFORMANCE

(U niversity of W e ste rn Australia) CORRELATES OF READING ACHIEVEMENT

Clinical Psychology

Aims to e x p a n d o u r k n o w l e d g e a b o u t t h e p r o c e ss e s u nd e r ly i n g men ta l di sorders, a n d t h e fa ctors

th at a f fe c t th eir t r e a t m e n t a n d p r e v e n t io n . Study in this a r e a may also e n c o m p a s s analysis of t he

social s t r u c tu r e s t h a t un d e r li e m e n t a l illness, an d t h e re h ab ili ta ti o n of th o se w h o a r e ex p eri en ci n g

difficulties in co ping.

DR J.E. JAMES THE ROLE OF CONTINGENCY MANAGEMENT AND 14 524

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia) SELF-MANAGEMENT IN THE GENERALIZATION

AND MAINTENANCE OF FLUENCY IN

STUTTERERS

147

Experimental Psychopathology

Study of the mechanisms and processes underlying abnormal phenomena. Area includes also the study of normal processes in abnormal individuals.

S O C I A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

PROF. R.J. GOLDMAN

(La T robe University)

CHILDREN'S SEXUAL EXPERIENCE, SEXUAL

DEVELOPMENT AND SEX EDUCATION W ITHIN

THE CONTEXT OF FAMILY LIFE

$

3 500

DR G.C. LEDER

(M onash U niversity)

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TEACHERS WAIT

TIME TO QUESTIONS, SUBJECT AREA, SEX

AND ACHIEVEMENT LEVEL OF THE STUDENTS

19 850

DR J.J. SMOLICZ

MISS M.J. SECOMBE

(U niversity of A delaide)

HOME AND SCHOO L IN A MULTICULTURAL

SOCIETY FROM THE STUDENT'S PERSPECTIVE

10 000

Evaluation and Measurement

Study of q u a n tit at iv e m e t h o d s in data collection, particularly in relation to th e e x p e r t in ter p ret ati o n of sa mples, scores, o bs e rv at io ns a n d results in o r d e r to d e t e r m i n e their relative significance or value.

PROF. S. BALL

DR H.W . MARSH

(U niversity of Sydney)

THE EVALUATION OF THE PEER REVIEW 9 000

PROCESS USED TO ASSESS THE MERIT

OF RESEARCH

COM PARISON OF DATA FROM 11 500

A BEHAVIOURAL M ETHOD FOR

MEASURING SLEEP/WAKEFULNESS

TIME

Counselling Psychology

DR P.C. BIRRELL

(University of N ew South W ales)

Examination of in terpersonal relationships in which o n e p e r s o n (the counsellor) a t t e m p t s to help a n o th e r (the client) to u nd e r st an d an d cop e with pr o bl em s. Area inclu de s the analysis of proces s an d p h e n o m e n a occur ri ng in th e counselling setting.

ASSOC PROF. L.L. VINEY THE PROCESS OF COUNSELLING 17 000

(U niversity of W ollongong)

Adult Dev el opm en t and Ageing

This a r ea de als with t h e expla natio n of changes in e x p er i en c e a n d b e h av i ou r o c cu rr in g o ve r the adult p h a s e of th e life span. Subject matter includes stu dy of cog nitive capacities, c h an g e s in skills and p a tt e r n s of in te rp ers on al relationships.

DR B. BROW N AGEING EFFECTS ON PERIPHERAL RETINAL 20 000

MR K.J. BOW M AN FUNCTION

DR B. CRASSINI

(Q u eensland In stitu te of Technology)

DR M.A. LUSZCZ REMEMBERING AND AGEING 18 000

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

148

S O C I A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

History of Psychology

Study of th e roo ts of th e di scipline of Psychology and its relatio nship to o th er areas of know ledge. Historical analysis of th eo ries d ealing with th e causes of th o u g h ts , actions and e v en ts a n d the c o n tr ib u tio n of individual theorist s or th in kers to that pool of know ledge.

$

MS A.M . TURTLE

(U niversity of Sydney)

THE DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY IN 15 500

AUSTRALIA TO 1965

Environmental Psychology

Study of 'life s p a c e ' affec ting o r g a n is m s ( h u m a n a n d animal) in t h e p a tt e r n of th ei r a d a p t a t i o n Area

i nc lu de s t h e analysis of all c o n d i t i o n s a n d fa cto rs affecting an o rg a n is m from w i t h o u t.

DR A T. PURCELL

(U niversity of Sydney)

THE ORGANISATION OF AND EMOTIONAL 19 000

RESPONSE T O THE BUILT AND NATURAL

ENVIRONMENTS

Neuropsychology

The in ve sti ga tio n of th e c o r re l a t i o n b e t w e e n e x p e r i e n c e (or b eh av i o u r ) a n d basic physiological p r o c es s es . Primary foc us is on t h e role of t h e n e rv o us sys tem.

DR J.L. BRADSHAW

DR N.C. NETTLETON

(M onash U niversity)

HEMISPACE AND INTERMODALITY 22 800

INTEGRATION AND CONFLICT IN

DECISION M AKING AND LEARNING

ASSOC PROF. B. FENELON

(U niversity o f N ew castle)

BRAIN RESPONSES IN PREDICTED AND 24 300

UNPREDICTED STIMULATION SEQUENCES

ASSOC PROF. G. GEFFEN

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

THE EFFECTS OF LESIONS OF THE 32 452

CORPUS CALLOSUM AND RIGHT HEMISPHERE

SPECIALIZATION O N TACTILE INFORM ATION

PROCESSING

ASSOC PROF. G. GEFFEN

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

TEMPORAL ASPECTS OF SPEECH PERCEPTION 26 500

AND SPEECH PR O D U CTIO N

DR G.J. KINSELLA

DR M R. PRIOR

(La T ro b e U niversity)

MUSIC PROCESSING ABILITY IN BRAIN 12 350

DAMAGED INDIVIDUALS

DR K. MCFARLAND

DR R. ASHTON

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

* LATERALIZATION OF COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS 11 500

ASSOC PROF. S. SCHWARTZ

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

NEUROBIOLOGY OF MEMORY AND INFORM ATION 23 000

PROCESSING

149

Family Studies

Investigation of the family as a group unit and study of the factors that affect its structure and function. Focus frequently on social factors that affect or influence the unit, or com ponents of it.

S O C I A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

OR K.M. REIGER

(Phillip In stitu te of T echnology)

* A SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE NURSING

MOTHERS' ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA

$

13 562

DR G. RUSSELL

DR P. JOOLS

(M acquarie University)

* THEORY AND PRACTICE OF SHARED

RESPONSIBILITY FOR PARENTING

17 800

C o g n i t i v e P r o c e s s e s

Study of th e natu re , m e c h an is m s a n d significance of c ogn iti on d e f in e d as t he pr o c es s by whi ch living or ga n ism s atta in k n o w l e d g e of o b j e c t s o r b e c o m e a w a r e of th ei r e n v ir o n m en t. Illustrative pr oc es s es a r e p e r c e p ti o n , r eco gn iti on , imagery, j u d g e m e n t a n d thinking.

PROF. K.F. COLLIS

(U niversity of Tasm ania)

* DEVELOPMENT OF INTELLECTUAL SKILLS IN

RELATION TO NUMBER, SPACE AND VOLUME

DURING MIDDLE C H ILDH OOD

17 000

DR G.D. GUM MING

DR M R. PRIOR

(La T robe University)

COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING TO

READ

24 500

DR G. GUM M ING

(La T robe University)

LOGIC PROGRAM M ING AND COGNITIVE

DEVELOPMENT

18 300

DR G.S. HALFORD

DR J.D. BAIN

DR M.E. KELLY

DR W .H. WILSON

(U niversity o f Q u e e n sla n d )

THE DEVELOPMENT OF W ORKING MEMORY

AND REPRESENTATION IN N-TERM

SERIES PROBLEMS

42 750

DR R.A. HEATH

(U niversity of N ew castle)

PARALLEL DISTRIBUTED MODELS FOR THE

STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL OF

SPATIOTEMPORAL INFORMATION IN HUMAN

MEMORY

12 500

DR B. M CGAW

DR J. LAWRENCE

(M urdoch University)

EXPERTISE PROBLEM SOLVING 22 000

DR J. SWELLER

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

PROCESSES INVOLVED IN PROBLEM SOLVING 19 000

DR D. VICKERS

(U niversity of A delaide)

CONTROL MECHANISMS IN INFORMATION

PROCESSING BY NORMAL AND ABNORMAL

SUBJECTS

26 800

150

S O C I A L S C I E N C E S ( c o n t d )

Cognitive Processes (contd)

$

DR D. VICKERS

DR T. NETTELBECK

DR N. KIRBY

(U niversity of A delaide)

INDICES OF INFORM ATION PROCESSING 25 300

PERFORMANCE

PROF. J.G. WALLACE

(D eakin U niversity)

Developmental Psychology

KNOWLEDGE ACQU ISITION AND COGNITIVE 17 000

ABILITIES: AN INFORM ATION PROCESSING

APPROACH

Analysis of fh e s e q u e n c e s o v e r t i m e in t h e p a tt e r n i n g of b e h a v i o u r of animal or h u m a n organisms.

Focus is usually o n pr o gr es siv e c h a n g e in o r g a ni s m s c o n ti n u o u s l y d i r e c t e d t o w a r d s an e n d c o n d it i o n .

DR B. CRASSINI

MR J. BROERSE

DR D. CA THERW OO D

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

SPATIAL PROCESSING CHANNELS 21 900

PROF. J.J. G O O D N O W

(M a c q u a rie U niversity)

* W ORK RELATIONSHIPS IN THE HOUSEHOLD 19 946

DR R.M. HENRY

(U niversity of W ollongong)

DEVELOPMENTAL IMPLICATIONS OF CHILD- 13 250

REARING W ITHIN THE FAMILY SYSTEM

DR B.E. MCKENZIE

(La T ro b e U niversity)

SPATIAL REPRESENTATION IN HUMAN 16 000

INFANTS

DR B.E. MCKENZIE

PROF. R.H. DAY

(La T ro b e U niversity)

THE DEVELOPMENT OF SPACE PERCEPTION 27 173

DR D.J. POWER

(B risbane C ollege of A dvanced E ducation)

FUNCTIONAL LINGUISTIC INTERACTIONS 4 200

BETWEEN MOTHERS AND AGE AND

LINGUISTICALLY MATCHED HEARING AND

HEARING IMPAIRED INFANTS

DR J.A. UNGERER

(M a c q u a rie U niversity)

Mental Retardation

THE DEVELOPMENT OF SCRIPT KNOWLEDGE IN 20 000

CHILDREN FROM 14 TO 34 MONTHS OF AGE

This field e m p h a s i z e s t h e slo w i n g u p of m o v e m e n t, skill, cap aci ty, o r d e v e l o p m e n t in an organism. Re se ar c h f o c u se s usually on t h e m e n t a l d e v e l o p m e n t of a child.

DR A.F. ASHMAN

(U niversity of N ew castle)

GENERALIZATION FOLLOW ING COGNITIVE 7 000

TRAINING W ITH MENTALLY RETARDED

ADOLESCENTS

151

SOCIAL SCIENCES (contd)

Mental Retardation (contd)

PROF. P.B. BERRY

MRS V.P. GUNN

DR A. HAYES

DR J. ELKINS

(U niversity of Q u e e n sla n d )

DR N.D. BREWER

DR G.A. SMITH

(Victoria C o llege B urw ood Cam pus)

MR W .A. SPARROW

DR J.J. SUMMERS

(Victoria C ollege B urw ood Cam pus)

COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT IN D O W N SYNDROME

INFANTS: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY

SPEED-ACCURACY CONTROL PROCESSES

IN INTELLECTUALLY RETARDED

PEOPLE

THE CO OR DINA TIO N AND CONTROL OF

MOVEMENT IN THE INTELLECTUALLY

RETARDED

Other

ASSOC PROF. D.J. GLENCROSS

(Flinders U niversity of South Australia)

DR S.M. MAGAREY

(U niversity of A delaide)

ASSOC PROF. C. MAGUIRE

(U niversity of N ew South W ales)

PROF. R.F. OVER

(La T robe University)

PROF. R.F. OVER

(La T robe University)

DR R. PENMAN

(C anberra C ollege of A dvanced Education)

PARAMETRIC SPECIFICATION AND THE

ADAPTABILITY OF PROGRAMMES OF ACTION

IN HUMAN M OTO R CONTROL

* CHANGING IDEOLOGIES IN THE 1890S

* MARKETING AND TECHNOLOGICAL

INFORMATION IN TRADITIONAL

MANUFACTURING AND HIGH TECHNOLOGY

ENTERPRISE

* AGE AND SCIENTIFIC ACHIEVEMENT

* RESEARCH PRODUCTIVITY AND IMPACT OF

MEN AND W OM EN

THE STRUCTURE OF CO M M U NICA TION IN THE

JUDICIAL PROCESS

11 398

$

15 000

16 941

27 696

13 600

15 000

11 000

11 0 0 0

17 300

152

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BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (Molecular Biology and Cell Metabolism)

Biochemistry and Metabolism of Plants Biochemistry and Metabolism of Animals Molecular Biology Biochemistry of Reproduction

Structure and Infectivity of Viruses Genetics of Animals and Plants Biochemistry of the Immune Response Biochemistry of the Nervous System

Electron Microscope Techniques in Biology Biochemistry and Physical Chemistry of Proteins and Enzymes Chemistry of Natural Organic Substances Biochemistry and Metabolism of Microorganisms Cell Membrane Biology

Biological Energy Conversion Genetics and Biochemistry of Marsupials Biochemistry of Insects Genetics of Microorganisms

Plant Cell Structure Water and Nutrient Relations in Plants Biological Nitrogen Fixation Other

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (Plant and Animal Biology)

Systematics and Taxonomy Genetics and Evolution Plant Physiology Animal Physiology

Development Biology Plant and Animal Ecology Animal Behaviour Limnology

Marine Biology Parasitology and Plant Pathology Anatomy and Histology Electron Microscopy

Reproduction Neurophysiology Endocrinology Agricultural Science Veterinary Science

Applied Biology Other

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CHEMICAL SCIENCES

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Mechanisms of Reactions gg

Determination of Chemical Structures 61

Inorganic and Metal Chemistry 63

Chemistry of Catalysis 65

Electrochemistry 66

Environmental and Analytical Chemistry 66

Polymer and Colloid Chemistry 67

Industrial and Mineral Chemistry 69

Biological Chemistry 69

Medical Chemistry 7 q

Organic Chemical Synthesis 70

Chemistry of Natural Organic Substances 72

Other 73

Chemical Energetics Chemical Binding

EARTH SCIENCES

Crystallography and Mineralogy 74

Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology 74

Sedimentology (including sedimentary geochemistry) 76

Genesis of Ore Deposits 76

Exploration Geochemistry 77

Geochronology and Isotopic Geochemistry 78

Structural Geology and Regional Geology 79

Solid Earth Geophysics 80

Marine Geology and Geophysics 81

Physical Oceanography 81

Invertebrate Palaeontology, Palaeobotany, and Stratigraphy 81

Vertebrate Palaeontology 83

Geomorphology 83

Quaternary Geology 84

Soil Science and Hydrology 85

Organic Geochemistry (including fossil fuels) 86

Exploration Geophysics 86

Other 86

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ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCES

Civil Engineering (General) Civil Engineering (Structures) Soil and Rock Mechanics Water and Sanitary Engineering

Building Science and Architecture Mechanical Engineering (General) Applied Mechanics Plant and Power

Materials and Manufacturing Processes Fluid Mechanics Heat and Thermodynamics Aerospace Engineering

Industrial Engineering and Management Metallurgy Electrical Engineering (General) Electric Power

Communications Electronic Devices and Circuits Control and Systems Computer Science and Data Processing (General) Computer Hardware

Computer Software Information Systems Mathematics of Computing Computing Methodologies

Chemical Engineering (General) Chemical Engineering Processing Biochemical Systems Applied Science (General)

Applied Physics Engineering Mathematics Acoustics and Noise Control Biomechanics

Surveying and Earth Resources Environmental Engineering Other

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HUMANITIES AND ECONOMICS

Classical Studies and Classical Archaeology 105

Asian Languages and Literature 106

English (including Australian and American Literature) 106

European Languages and Literature 107

Drama 108

Linguistics 108

Music and Fine Arts 109

Architecture 110

Philosophy 111

Anthropology and Prehistory 111

Australian History 113

British and European History 114

Asian and Pacific History 115

Other Fields of History 116

Economics (except agricultural economics) 117

Accounting, Commerce and Finance 118

Economic History 118

Agricultural Economics 119

Education 119

Geography 119

Law 120

Political Science 120

Public Administration 121

International Relations 121

Industrial Relations 122

Other 122

PHYSICAL SCIENCES

Mathematics 123

Theoretical Physics 125

Acoustics and Optics 126

Nuclear and Particle Physics 127

Atomic and Molecular Physics 128

Discharge and Plasma Physics 130

Condensed Matter Physics 131

Physics of the Ocean, Atmosphere, Ionosphere and Magnetosphere 134

Astronomy and Cosmic Rays 135

Instruments and Techniques 138

Other 139

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SOCIAL SCIENCES

Psychology of Individual Differences 140

Personality and Social Psychology 140

Learning, Memory and Perception 141

Comparative and Physiological Psychology 142

Psychometrics 143

Sociology 143

Social Work and Administration 144

Demography 144

Cross-Cultural Psychology 145

Organisational Psychology 145

Psycholinguistics 145

Town Planning 146

Criminology 146

Psychopharmacology 146

Educational Psychology 147

Clinical Psychology 147

Experimental Psychopathology 148

Evaluation and Measurement 148

Counselling Psychology 148

Adult Development and Ageing 148

History of Psychology 149

Environmental Psychology 149

Neuropsychology 149

Family Studies 150

Cognitive Processes 150

Developmental Psychology 151

Mental Retardation 151

Other 152

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