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10-Dec-2018A high-resolution multi-proxy palaeoecological record of the last two glacial cycles from Lake Selina, TasmaniaFletcher, MS; Lise-Pronovost, A; Mariani, M; Hopf, F; Gadd, PS; Hiejnis, H
10-Jul-2013Late quaternary environmental change at Lake McKenzie, Southeast Queensland: evidence from microfossils, biomarkers and stable isotope analysisAtahan, P; Heijnis, H; Dodson, JR; Grice, K; Le Métayer, P; Taffs, K; Hembrow, S; Woltering, M; Zawadski, A
29-Jun-2014Ochre through the late Quaternary at Gledswood Shelter 1, northwest QueenslandWallis, LA; Lowe, KM; Popelka-Filcoff, R; Bennett, JW; St George, C; Watson, C; Fitzsimmons, KE; Wight, C; Watchman, A; Lenehan, C; Matthews, J
29-Jun-2014Holocene environmental change in northern New Zealand: the view through the lens of Lake SpectacleAugustinus, P; Horrocks, M; Munro, H; Gadd, PS; Linnell, T
10-Dec-2014Late holocene climate variability In the Australian Alps: can sedimentary and geochemical tracers track fine scale paleo-environment change?Stromsoe, N; Vernon, J; Marx, SK; Woodward, C; Saunders, KM
Jul-2007Late holocene evolution of the coastal and estuarine lakes of the Snowy River floodplain (SE Australia): salinity regimes, nutrient dynamics and anthropogenic impacts.MacGregor, A; Gell, PA; Tibby, J; Harrison, J; Jacobsen, GE; Hancock, G
Jul-2007Low latitude moisture regime changes over the last 14,000 years recorded by diatomaceous sediments from dry tropical Australia.Wust, RA; Shemesh, A; Ridd, P; Stephenson, J; Jacobsen, GE; Smith, A
10-Dec-2018Understanding human-environment interactions in space and time: 3 case studies from the Holocene in AustraliaFlecther, MS; Romano, A; Mariani, M; Zawadski, A
10-Dec-2018Post-LGM evolution of the lower Ord River, WA, constrained by luminescence and cosmogenic radionuclide datingSmith, ML; McPherson, AA; Cupper, ML; Fuijoka, T; Wilcken, KM
29-Jun-2014Debris flow dominated alluvial fans in the Victorian high country indicate that landscape denudation through the Holocene has been dominated by post-bushfire runoff eventsMarren, P; Kermonde, SJ; Nyman, P