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2006A cautionary tale from down under: dating the Black Creek Swamp megafauna site on Kangaroo Island, South AustraliaGrun, Rainer; Eggins, Stephen; Wells, Roderick Tucker; Rhodes, Ed J; Bestland, Erick Anthony; Spooner, Nigel A; Ayling, Michelle; Forbes, Matthew Sean; McCulloch, Malcolm
2009Chronology and organic chemistry of the Black Creek Swamp Megafauna site (Late Pleistocene), Kangaroo Island, AustraliaWells, Roderick Tucker; Bestland, Erick Anthony; Forbes, Matthew Sean; Krull, Evelyn
2008The crystal chemistry of Al-bearing goethites: an infrared spectroscopic studyBlanch, Adam J; Quinton, Jamie Scott; Lenehan, Claire Elizabeth; Pring, Allan
2009Diprotodontid footprints from the Pliocene of central AustraliaCamens, Aaron; Wells, Roderick Tucker
2003Effects of pH and Geological Medium on Bacteriophage MS2 Transport in a Model AquiferSchulze-Mukuch, Dirk; Guan, Huade; Pillai, Suresh D
2006Guano-derived deposits within the sandy cave fills of Naracoorte, South AustraliaForbes, Matthew Sean; Bestland, Erick Anthony
2008In situ growth of Soletellina alba (Bivalvia: Psammobiidae) in response to detrital supply and mouth status in a seasonally-closed estuaryFairweather, Peter George; Matthews, Ty G
2010Late Pleistocene environmental change interpreted from {delta}13C and {delta}18O of tooth enamel from the Black Creek Swamp Megafauna site, Kangaroo Island, South AustraliaForbes, Matthew Sean; Kohn, M J; Bestland, Erick Anthony; Wells, Roderick Tucker
2006Late Pleistocene megafauna site at Black Creek Swamp, Flinders Chase National Park, Kangaroo Island, South AustraliaWells, Roderick Tucker; Grun, Rainer; Sullivan, Jo; Bestland, Erick Anthony; Forbes, Matthew Sean; Dalgairns, Simone; Rhodes, Ed J; Walshe, Keryn Anne; Spooner, Nigel A; Eggins, Stephen
2009A late Pleistocene record of aeolian sedimentation in Blanche Cave, Naracoorte, South Australia.Darrenougue, Nicholas; Fallon, Stewart; De Deckker, Patrick; Fitzsimmons, Kathryn; Norman, Marc; van der Kaars, Sander; Reed, Elizabeth Helen
2007Mammalian responses to Pleistocene climate change in southeastern AustraliaRoberts, Richard Graham; Megirian, Dirk; Westaway, Kira E; Hellstrom, John C; Olley, Jon M; Prideaux, Gavin John
2006Mid-Pleistocene vertebrate records: AustraliaPrideaux, Gavin John
2003A model for the structure of the hydrated aluminium phosphate, kingite, determined by ab initio powder diffraction methodsPring, Allan; Wallwork, Kia S; Taylor, Max Ronald; Hunter, B A
2008Mutiny and Mineralogy: sourcing hematite in William Bligh's logbooksMakepeace, Joshua William; Lenehan, Claire Elizabeth; Pring, Allan; Quinton, Jamie Scott; Proud, Jodie
2004The network of hydrogen bonding in kingite, as revealed by a neutron-diffraction investigation of its deuterated analogue, AI3(PO4)2F37d2OPring, Allan; Wallwork, Kia S; Taylor, Max Ronald; Hunter, B A
2008A new Pleistocene tree-kangaroo (Diprotodontia: Macropodidae) from the Nullarbor Plain of south-central AustraliaWarburton, Natalie M; Prideaux, Gavin John
2004The origin of the colour of pearls in iridescence from nano-composite structures of the nacrePring, Allan; Losic, Dusan; Shapter, Joseph George; Self, P; Snow, M
2008Osmotic efficiency in Callovo-Oxfordian argillites: Experimental vs. theoretical modelsGoncalves, Julio; Violette, Sophie; Gueutin, Pauline
2007Osmotic interpretation of overpressures from monovalent based triple layer model, in the Callovo-Oxfordian at the Bure siteAltmann, Scott; Goncalves, Julio; Cosenza, Philippe; Violette, Sophie; Gueutin, Pauline
2003An overview of leaf phytolith production patterns in selected northwest Australian floraWallis, Lynley Anne
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