Associate Professor Barry Noller

Principal Research Fellow

Centre for Mined Land Rehabilitation
Sustainable Minerals Institute
b.noller@uq.edu.au
+61 7 334 64069

Overview

Qualifications

  • Fellow of Federation of Asian Chemical Societies
  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry
  • Fellow, Royal Australian Chemical Institute
  • Doctor of Phiilosophy, University of Tasmania
  • Master of Chemistry, University of New South Wales
  • Bachelor of Science, University of New South Wales

Publications

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Publications

Book

Book Chapter

  • Pham, Phong, Edraki, Mansour, Noller, Barry and Golding, Sue (2018). A case study of domain-based post-closure water quality monitoring in wet-dry climates. From start to finish: a life-of-mine perspective. (pp. 217-222) Carlton South, VIC Australia: AusIMM: Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.

  • Iwai, C. B., Sujira, H., Somparn, A., Komarova, T., Mueller, J. M. and Noller, B. N. (2007). Monitoring Pesticides in the Paddy Field Ecosystem of North-Eastern Thailand for Environmental and Health Risks. Rational Environmental Management of Agrochemicals : Risk Assessment, Monitoring, and Remedial Action. (pp. 259-273) edited by Ivan R. Kennedy, Keith R. Solomon, Shirley J. Gee, Angus N. Crossan, Shuo Wang and Francisco Sanchez-Bayo. United States of America: Oxford University Press.

  • Gilbert, S., Noller, B. N. and Burford, G. (2007). Safety : Issues and Policy. Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Policy and Public Health Perspectives. (pp. 83-98) edited by Bodeker, G. and Burford, G.. London, UK: Imperial College Press.

  • Shia, Gilbert, Noller, Barry and Burford, Gemma (2006). Safety: Issues and policy. Traditional, complementary and alternative medicine: policy and public health perspectives. (pp. 83-100) London, United Kingdom: Imperial College Press. doi: 10.1142/9781860949135_0005

  • Ng, J. C. and Noller, B. N. (2004). Arsenic. TEAM NT: Technologies for the environmental advancement of mining in the Northern Territory: Toolkit. (pp. 39-46) edited by David R. Jones and Michael Fawcett. Darwin, Australia: Northern Territory Minerals Council and the Mines and Petroleum Management Division of the Northern Territory Government.

  • Priestly, B., Moore, M. R., Noller, B. N. and Ng, J. C. (2004). Human Health Risk Assessment. Investigation of the Potable Water Contamination Incident at Ranger Mine March 2004. (pp. 107-172) edited by Dr Arthur Johnston. Darwin, NT: Uniprint NT.

  • Rayment, G., Sadler, R., Craig, A., Noller, B. N. and Chiswell, B. (2003). Analysis of inorganic parameters. Chemical Analysis of Contaminated Land. (pp. 99-128) edited by K Clive Thompson and C. Paul Nathanail. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

  • Ng, J. C., Bruce, S. L. and Noller, B. N. (2003). Laboratory and field evaluation of potential arsenic exposure from mine tailings to grazing cattle. Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects V. (pp. 181-195) edited by Willard R. Chappell, Charles O. Abernathy, Rebecca L. Calderon and David J. Thomas. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Elsevier.

  • Noller, B. N., Parker, G. and Gao, G. H. (1999). Protecting the Mining Environment: The Role of Optimisation of Water Release at Tropical Locations to Minimise Impacts. Australian Chemistry Resource Book. (pp. 63-71) edited by C. L. Fogliani. Bathurst, NSW Australia: Chemical and Scientific Aid Centre, Charles Sturt University.

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Grants (Administered at UQ)

PhD and MPhil Supervision

Completed Supervision