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Dr Annabelle Keene
BSc(Hons)(UNSW), PhD(UNSW)
Current Appointment: Casual Academic (Teaching)
Organisational Unit: School of Health and Human Sciences

Telephone: 02 6620 3076
Email: annabelle.keene@scu.edu.au
Location: P Block (Room 1-35)
Campus: Lismore

Selected journal publications

Burton E.D., Johnston S.G., Watling K., Bush R.T., Keene A.F., Sullivan L.A. (2010) Arsenic effects and behavior in association with the Fe(II)-catalysed transformation of schwertmannite. Environmental Science and Technology 44 (6), 2016?2021.

Cheetham M.D., Bush R.T., Keene A.F., Erskine W.D. (2010) Longitudinal correlation of late Quaternary terrace sequences of Widden Brook, southeastern Australia. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences 57, 97?109.

Cheetham M.D., Bush R.T., Keene A.F., Erskine W.D., Fallon S., Jacobsen G. (2010) Resolving the Holocene alluvial record in southeastern Australia using luminescence and radiocarbon techniques. Journal of Quaternary Science, In Press, Accepted Manuscript, DOI: 10.1002/jqs.1396.

Johnston S.G., Burton E.D., Bush R.T., Keene A.F., Sullivan L.A., Smith C.D., McElnea A.E., Ahern C.R, Powell B. (2010) Abundance and fractionation of Al, Fe and trace metals following tidal inundation of a tropical acid sulfate soil. Applied Geochemistry 25, 323?335.

Johnston S.G., Keene A.F., Burton E.D., Bush R.T., Sullivan L.A., McElnea A.E., Ahern C.R., Smith C.D., Powell B. (2010) Arsenic mobilisation in a seawater inundated acid sulfate soil. Environmental Science and Technology 44 (6), 1968?1973.

Keene A.F., Johnston S.G., Bush R.T., Burton E.D., Sullivan L.A. (2010) Reactive trace element enrichment in a highly modified, tidally inundated acid sulfate soil wetland: East Trinity, Australia. Marine Pollution Bulletin 60, 620?626.

Keene A.F., Johnston S.G., Bush R.T., Sullivan L.A., Burton E.D., McElnea A.E., Ahern C.R, Powell B. (2010) Effects of hyper-enriched reactive Fe on sulfidisation in a tidally inundated acid sulfate soil wetland. Biogeochemistry, In Press, Accepted Manuscript, DOI: 10.1007/s10533-010-9461-2.

Erskine W.D., Chalmers A.C., Keene A.F., Cheetham M.D., Bush R.T. (2009) Role of a rheophyte in bench development on a sand-bed river in southeast Australia. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 34, 941?953.

Johnston S.G., Burton E.D., Keene A.F., Bush R.T., Sullivan L.A., Issacson L. (2009) Porewater sampling in acid sulfate soils: a new peeper method. Journal of Environmental Quality 38, 2474-2477.

Johnston S.J., Keene A.F., Bush R.T., Burton E.D., Sullivan L.A., Smith D., McElnea A.E., Martens M.A., Wilbraham S. (2009) Contemporary pedogenesis of severely degraded tropical acid sulfate soils after introduction of regular tidal inundation. Geoderma 149, 335?346.

Burton E.D., Sullivan L.A., Bush R.T., Johnston S.G., Keene A.F. (2008) A simple and inexpensive chromium-reducible sulfur method for acid sulfate soils. Applied Geochemistry 23, 2759?2766.

Cheetham M.D., Keene A.F., Sullivan L.A., Erksine W.D., Bush R.T. (2008) A comparison of grain-size analysis methods for sand-dominated fluvial sediments. Sedimentology 55, 1905?1913.

Macdonald B.C.T., White I., Astrom M.E., Keene A.F., Melville M.D., Reynolds J.K. (2007) Discharge of weathering products from acid sulfate soils after a rainfall event, Tweed River, eastern Australia. Applied Geochemistry 22, 2695?2705.

Macdonald B.C.T., Smith J., Keene A.F., Tunks M., Kinsela A., White I. (2004) Impacts of runoff from sulfuric soils on sediment chemistry in an estuarine lake. Science of the Total Environment 329, 115?130.

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