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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
Jul-2007AMS C14 dating using pollen concentrate for sediments with low organic content in the tropics of Australia.Moss, PT; McTainsh, GH; Dunbar, GB; Dickens, G; Jacobsen, GE
Jul-2009Murray-Darling basin freshwater shells: riverine reservoir effect.Gillespie, R; Fink, D; Petchey, F; Jacobsen, GE
Jul-2007High-resolution record of vegetation and climate through the last glacial cycle from Caledonia Fen, southeastern highlands of Australia.Kershaw, AP; McKenzie, GM; Porch, N; Roberts, RG; Brown, J; Heijnis, H; Orr, ML; Jacobsen, GE; Newallt, PR
1-Jun-2009ANSTO AMS facility sample processing and target preparation: an update.Jacobsen, GE; Barry, LA; Bertuch, F; Hua, Q; Mifsud, C; Pratap, P; Reilly, N; Varley, S; Williams, AG
Dec-2008Comparison of radiocarbon ages from different organic fractions in tropical peat cores: insights from Kalimantan, Indonesia.Wust, RAJ; Jacobsen, GE; van der Gaast, H; Smith, AM
Mar-2008Possible evidence for wet Heinrich phases in tropical NE Australia: the Lynch's Crater depositMuller, J; Kylander, M; Wust, RAJ; Weiss, D; Martinez-Cortizas, A; LeGrande, AN; Jennerjahn, T; Behling, H; Anderson, WT; Jacobsen, GE
Sep-2007Sediment mixing and stratigraphic disorder revealed by the age-structure of Tellina shells in Great Barrier Reef sediment.Kosnik, MA; Hua, Q; Jacobsen, GE; Kaufman, DS; Wust, RAJ
Jan-2008Diatom-based Holocene record of human impact from a coastal environment: Tuckean Swamp, eastern AustraliaTaffs, KH; Farago, LJ; Heijnis, H; Jacobsen, GE
1-Jun-2009Upland olive domestication in the chalcolithic period: new 14C determinations from El-Khawarij (Ajlun), JordanLovell, JL; Meadows, J; Jacobsen, GE