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A Consortium Approach to Marine Science


The Origins of VIMS and Its Consortium Approach

Benefits and Problems of a Consortium Approach

Realizing the Benefits, Overcoming the Problems

VIMS' Role in the Consortium

Building on the Consortium Approach




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Anon., 1992. Cooperative Research Centres Program: guidelines for applicants. AGPS, Canberra, 27 pp.

Colman, R., Gwyther, D., Keough, M., Quinn G. and Smith, J., 1991. Indicators for Victorian coastal and marine environments. Office of the Commissioner for the Environment, Melbourne, 112 pp. and appendices.

Hammond, L.S., 1985. Economic and management benefits of research funds allocated to the Victorian Institute of Marine Sciences. VIMS' Research Committee Paper R/85/5, mimeo, 2 pp.

Hammond, L.S., 1991. Measuring and achieving efficiency and effectiveness in public sector research and development. In Conference on Maximising Efficiency and Effectiveness in the Victorian Public Sector. Melbourne, mimeo, 10 pp.

Hammond, L.S., in press. From discovery to distinction: a brief history. Chapter 1, in Australian Marine Biology, L.S. Hammond and R.N. Synnot eds., Longman Cheshire, Melbourne [published in 1994 as Marine Biology].

Organisations in Australian Science at Work - Victorian Institute of Marine Sciences

People in Bright Sparcs - Hammond, Lawrence Stuart

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Hammond, Laurie 1992 'A Consortium Approach to Marine Science', Education, Antarctica, Marine Science and Australia's Future: Proceedings of the Phillip Law 80th Birthday Symposium, 23 April 1992, Royal Society of Victoria, pp. 63-70.

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