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Journal Article

Schmack, M., Ho, G. and Anda, M. (2016) A bubble column evaporator with basic flat-plate condenser for brackish and seawater desalination. Environmental Technology, 37 (1). pp. 74-85.

Schmack, M., Ho, G. and Anda, M. (2015) The Bubble-Greenhouse: A holistic sustainable approach to small-scale water desalination in remote regions. Desalination, 365 . pp. 250-260.

Schmack, M., Ho, G. and Anda, M. (2015) Technical evaluation of simple condenser devices for a bubble column desalinator. Desalination and Water Treatment, 57 (40). pp. 18573-18587.

Schmack, M., Ho, G. and Anda, M. (2013) Saline water desalination with vapour capture device: a literature review of foundational technologies and underlying principles. Environmental Technology Reviews, 2 (1). pp. 71-84.

Schmack, M., Chambers, J. and Dallas, S. (2012) Evaluation of a bacterial algal control agent in tank-based experiments. Water Research, 46 (7). pp. 2435-2444.

Conference Paper

Schmack, M., Ho, G. and Anda, M. (2013) A novel passive condenser for small-scale water desalination. In: Ozwater'13, 7 - 9 May, Perth, Western Australia

Conference Item

Schmack, M. and Dallas, S. (2009) Biological control of algal blooms in the Swan-Canning River System, Western Australia evaluation of a novel bacterial treatment. In: Swan River Trust’s Swan Canning Research and Innovation Program, 19th August, Perth, Western Australia.


Schmack, Mario (2015) A Holistic Sustainable Approach to Small-Scale Water Desalination in Remote Regions: Development of a thermal desalination method based on vapour transfer processes in water-filled bubble columns. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

Schmack, Mario (2009) Biological control of Algal blooms in the Swan-Canning river system Western Australia: Evaluation of a Novel Bacterial Treatment. Honours thesis, Murdoch University.

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