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Citation analyses were performed for Australian social science journals to determine the differences between data drawn from Web of Science and Scopus. These data were compared with the tier rankings assigned by disciplinary groups to the journals for the purposes of a new research assessment model, Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA), due to be implemented in 2010. In addition, citation-based indicators including an extended journal impact factor, the h-index, and a modified journal diffusion factor, were calculated to assess whether subsequent analyses influence the ranking of journals. The findings suggest that the Scopus database provides higher number of citations for more of the journals. However, there appears to be very little association between the assigned tier ranking of journals and their rank derived from citations data. The implications for Australian social science researchers are discussed in relation to the use of citation analysis in the ERA.

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(Hepaticae) of Australia. I. Subfamily Ptychanthoideae. — Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 52 : 1–79. Gradstein S. R. Lejeuneaceae (Hepaticae) of Australia. I. Subfamily Ptychanthoideae

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., Melbourne, Australia, pp. 483–487. Buller, A.H.R. 1919. Essays on Wheat. The Macmillan Company, New York, USA. Buller A

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842 Australian Government, Department of Health and Ageing: National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System. Pertussis 2010, http://www9.health.gov.au/cda/Source/Rpt_4_sel.cfm (accessed 25

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. Council of Australian Governments (1992b): Intergovernmental Agreement on the Environment. Canberra. Council of Australian Governments

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Introduction Bark painting is an important art form in indigenous Australian society [ 1 ]. In addition to being culturally significant, such artworks are popular in national and international art collections. The increasing

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460 Suter, D., Békés, F. 2012. Wheat immunoreactivity. Australian Patent http://v3.espacenet.com/publicationDetails/biblio?CC=HU&NR=AU2011000468

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amongst loyalty card members. This was also observed in a study involving a convenience sample of 1,463 Electronic Gaming Machine (EGM) gamblers in Australia tracked over 18 months ( Van Dyke et al., 2016 ). This study showed that loyalty card use was

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This paper describes the brief history of forensic activation analysis in Australia, together with a description of techniques and equipment employed. Forensic activation analysis began in 1967 and since that time, many cases have been handled; these include arsenic determinations in hair, glass, metal, hair and drug comparions together with gunshot residue determinations from the hands of suspects. The paper discusses irradiation facilities and equipment available for providing an activation analysis to police forces throughout Australia and the types of analyses carried out, and the reception of these analyses in Australian Law Courts.

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A series of 20 mother-infant pairs were studied in Brisbane, Australia at 6–12 weeks post-partum. Mean breast milk selenium concentration (±SD) was 11.9±3.5 ng/g; infants' mean 24 hour selenium intakes (±SD) were 10.7±4.1 g. Mean selenium concentration in material blood was 101 (±SD 19) ng/g and in material serum 81 (±15) ng/g.

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