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Bigger, Stephen, Ngeh, Lawrence, Dann, P and Orbell, John ORCID: 0000-0003-3485-5309 (2017) Towards a quantitative indicator of feather disruption following the cleansing of oiled birds. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 120 (1-2). 268 - 273. ISSN 0025-326X

Bigger, Stephen W, Munaweera, Kasup, Ngeh, Lawrence, Dann, Peter and Orbell, John (2013) Mathematical Model for Sequential pick-up of chemical contaminants by magnetic particles. Journal of Environmental Engineering, 139 (6). pp. 796-802. ISSN 1943-7870 (print) 0733-9372 (online)

Ngeh, Lawrence, Orbell, John, Bigger, Stephen W, Munaweera, Kasup and Dann, Peter (2012) "Magnetic Cleansing” for the Provision of a ‘Quick Clean’ to Oiled Wildlife. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 72. pp. 1091-1093. ISSN 2010-3778

Sun, Shu, Xu, Hong and Ngeh, Lawrence (2012) The Evaluation of Chinese Therapeutic Food for the Treatment of Moderate Dyslipidemia. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2012. ISSN 1741-427X (print) 1741-4288 (online)

Munaweera, Kasup, Ngeh, Lawrence, Bigger, Stephen W, Orbell, John and Dann, Peter (2012) Towards a rational choice of pre-treatment agents for the cleansing of oiled wildlife. In: 8th Australian Wildlife Rehablitation Conference, July 16-20, 2012, Townsville, North Queensland.

Bigger, Stephen W, Ngeh, Lawrence and Orbell, John (2010) A mathematical model for the sequestering of chemical contaminants by magnetic particles. Journal of Environmental Engineering, 136 (11). pp. 1255-1259. ISSN 0733-9372

Hongli, W, Ngeh, Lawrence, Hong, Hong, Orbell, John ORCID: 0000-0003-3485-5309, Adorno, P, Tzardis, S and Buddhadasa, S (2009) Heavy Metals in Chinese Herbs. In: 2009 International Symposium on Environmental Science and Technology - 2009 ISEST, 02 June 2009-05 June 2009, Beijing, China.

Orbell, John, Dao, Hien Van, Ngeh, Lawrence and Bigger, Stephen W (2008) An Investigation into the Feasibility of Applying Magnetic Particle Technology to the Cleansing of Oiled Wildlife in the Field. Technical Report. Australian Maritime Safety Authority, Victoria.

Ngeh, Lawrence (2002) The development of magnetic particle technology for application to environmental remediation. PhD thesis, Victoria University of Technology.