Yea is a town in Victoria, Australia. It is in the Shire of Murrindindi local government area. Located 109 kilometres (68 mi) north-east of Melbourne via the Melba Highway, Yea sits at the junction with the Goulburn Valley Highway, and 172 metres (564 ft) above sea-level. At the 2006 Census, Yea had a population of 1,052.
Tallangatta is a small town in north-eastern Victoria, Australia. At the 2001 census, Tallangatta had a population of 950. The town is situated on the banks of the Mitta Arm of Lake Hume, approximately 40 kilometres (25 mi) south-east of Albury-Wodonga along the Murray Valley Highway.
Benalla is a city of just over 9,000 people located just off the Hume Freeway in north-eastern Victoria, Australia, about 40 kilometres (20 mi) south of Wangaratta. Its Local Government Area is the Rural City of Benalla.
Echuca is a town located on the banks of the Murray River in Victoria, Australia. Twin town Moama is on the northern side of the river in New South Wales. Its location at the closest point of the Murray to Melbourne contributed to its development as a thriving river port city during the 1800s. At the 2006 census, Echuca had a population of 12,358. Echuca, an Aboriginal name meaning "Meeting of the Waters" is indicative of the role rivers have played in the town's existence.
Tyers is a small town in Victoria, Australia. It is 158 kilometres (98 mi) east of Melbourne, 10 kilometres (6 mi) north-west of Traralgon and located in the City of Latrobe. It was known until 1852 as "Boola Boola", after which it was named after the surveyor and explorer Charles Tyers. At the 2006 census, Tyers had a population of 864. Tyers Post Office opened on 11 September 1882.
Corryong is a small town in Victoria, Australia. It is located 120 kilometres (75 mi) east of Albury-Wodonga, near the upper reaches of the Murray River and thus close to the New South Wales border. At the 2006 Census in Australia, Corryong had a population of 1,228.
Rutherglen pronunciation is a small town in north-eastern Victoria, Australia, near the Murray River border with New South Wales. The town was named after the Scottish town of Rutherglen which lies just outside Glasgow. At the 2006 census, Rutherglen had a population of 2,502.
Warragul is a rural centre with a population of 12,943 people 104 kilometres (65 mi) kilometres east-southeast of Melbourne in Victoria. Warragul lies between the Strzelecki Ranges to the south and the Mount Baw Baw Plateau of the Great Dividing Range to the north. The town is named after an Aboriginal word meaning "wild dog". Warragul is the main population and service centre of the West Gippsland region and the Shire of Baw Baw.
Castlemaine (note the Flat A rather than a Broad A) is a city in Victoria, Australia, in the "Goldfields" region about 120 kilometres northwest by road from Melbourne, and about 40 kilometres from the major provincial centre of Bendigo. It is part of the Shire of Mount Alexander. In 2006, Castlemaine's population was 6,797 (2006 census data), of whom about 17% were born overseas (3% in the United Kingdom).
Colac is a town in the western district of Victoria, Australia, situated approximately 150 kilometres south-west of Melbourne on the southern shore of Lake Colac. It is approximately 40 km inland from Bass Strait and is on the Princes Highway, which is the alternative route from Melbourne to Adelaide and part of Australia's circumnavigational Highway 1, which is reputed to be the longest road in the world. At the 2006 census, Colac had a population of 10,857.
For other uses of the term Melton, see Melton (disambiguation). Melton is a satellite city of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 35 km west from Melbourne's central business district. Its Local Government Area is the Shire of Melton. At the 2006 Census, Melton had a population of 35,490. Statistically, Melton is considered part of Greater Melbourne. Melton is located approximately 60 km from Geelong and is about 60 km east of Ballarat along the Western Freeway.
Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen or TKN is the sum of organic nitrogen; ammonia (NH3) and ammonium (NH4) in the chemical analysis of soil, water, or wastewater (e.g. sewage treatment plant effluent). To calculate Total Nitrogen (TN), the concentrations of nitrate-N and nitrite-N are determined and added to TKN. TKN is determined in the same manner as organic nitrogen, except that the ammonia is not driven off before the digestion step. It is named after Johan Kjeldahl.