Special Collections at Murdoch University

Special Collections at Murdoch University

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Skeleton weed eradication experiments at Moora, Western Australia, Australia

Skeleton weed eradication experiments at Moora, Western Australia, Australia. [Photograph] [Special Collections]

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Summary

Murdoch University psychologists developed a training package to help searchers 'learn' to find skeleton weed.

Left to Right: Dave Hobson, Agriculture Protection Board; Pauline Arnold, Occupational Psychology student at Murdoch University; Tom Higgins, Psychology Honours student at Murdoch University and Associate Professor Laurence Hartley, Associate Professor in Psychology at Murdoch University.

The complete set of 9 negatives is available at Murdoch University Library.

These images are part of the History of Murdoch University Collection.

Date: 11 February 1988
Item Type: Special Collections
Collection: History of Murdoch University
Other Information: Appears in: Murdoch News, 17 April 1988
Notes: 2 photographs : negative
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/46921
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