Monkey Mia: a hydrodynamic investigation. June 1998.

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This report outlines the methodology and results of a RMA10 hydrodynamic model investigation funded by the Department of Conservation and Land management (W.A.) into the hydrodynamics of Monkey Mia lagoon and Shark Bay. More specifically, the model results show the dilution of a variety of neutrally buoyant pollutant releases in Monkey Mia Lagoon (Red Cliff Bay). In addition, the key processes governing the dilution are elucidated.
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Luketina, D. A.
King, I. P.
Lyons, L. M.
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1998
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