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  1. Introduction: A D-section and a tin whistle: A tribute to Prof. Geoff Hope (PDF, 671KB)

 

Ecosystem responses to long and short term climate change

  1. The contrasting biology of tropical versus temperate Nothofagus species and its relevance to interpretations of Cenozoic rainforest history in southeast Australia
    Jennifer Read, Robert S. Hill, Geoffrey S. Hope and Raymond J. Carpenter
  2. Beneath the peat: A refined pollen record from an interstadial at Caledonia Fen, highland eastern Victoria, Australia
    A. Peter Kershaw, G. Merna McKenzie, Jonathan Brown, Richard G. Roberts and Sander van der Kaars
  3. The vegetation cover of New Zealand during the Last Glacial Maximum: Do pollen records under-represent woody vegetation?
    Matt S. McGlone, Rewi M. Newnham and Neville T. Moar
  4. Holocene vegetation history of a high-elevation (1200 m) site in the Lake Heron Basin, inland Canterbury, New Zealand
    J. M. Pugh and J. Shulmeister
  5. Last Glacial Maximum habitat change and its effects on the grey-headed flying fox (Pteropus poliocephalus Temminck 1825)
    J. G. Luly, David Blair, Jennifer G. Parsons, Samantha Fox and Jeremy VanDerWal
  6. Observations on feeding frequencies among native and exotic birds and fruitbats at Erythrina variegata and Dysoxylum trees on American Samoa
    Julie A. Sherman and Patricia L. Fall
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Human colonisation and ecological impacts

  1. Megafaunal extinctions and their consequences in the tropical Indo-Pacific
    Richard T. Corlett
  2. Marsupials as introduced species: Long-term anthropogenic expansion of the marsupial frontier and its implications for zoogeographic interpretation
    Thomas E. Heinsohn
  3. The empty coast: Conditions for human occupation in southeast Australia during the late Pleistocene
    Sandra Bowdler
  4. Early Holocene human occupation and environment of the Southeast Australian Alps: New evidence from the Yarrangobilly Plateau, New South Wales
    Ken Aplin, Fred Ford and Peter Hiscock
  5. Holocene lowland vegetation change and human ecology in Manus Province, Papua New Guinea
    Matthew Prebble, Jean Kennedy and Wendy Southern
  6. Geomorphic and archaeological consequences of human arrival and agricultural expansion on Pacific islands: A reconsideration after 30 years of debate
    Matthew Spriggs
  7. Pollen evidence for plant introductions in a Polynesian tropical island ecosystem, Kingdom of Tonga
    Patricia L. Fall
  8. Integrating social and environmental change in prehistory: A discussion of the role of landscape as a heuristic in defining prehistoric possibilities in northeast Thailand
    William E. Boyd and Nigel Chang
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Fire and its role in transforming our environment

  1. A 40,000 year wood charcoal record from Carpenter’s Gap 1: New insights into palaeovegetation change and indigenous foraging strategies in the Kimberley, Western Australia
    Susan Frawley and Sue O’Connor
  2. The burning question: Claims and counter claims on the origin and extent of buttongrass moorland (blanket moor) in southwest Tasmania during the present glacial-interglacial
    Mike Macphail
  3. Ecological drift or stable fire cycles in Tasmania: A resolution?
    Ian Thomas, Phil Cullen and Michael-Shawn Fletcher
  4. Restoration of mires of the Australian Alps following the 2003 wildfires
    Roger Good, Genevieve Wright, Jennie Whinam and Geoff Hope
  5. Post-fire experimental trials of vegetation restoration techniques in the peatlands of Namadgi (ACT) and Kosciuszko National Parks (NSW), Australia
    Jennie Whinam, Geoffrey Hope, Roger Good and Genevieve Wright
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Methodological advances and applications in environmental change research

  1. The archaic and puzzling record of Lake Xere Wapo, New Caledonia
    Janelle Stevenson, Richard Gillespie, Geoff Hope, Geraldine Jacobsen, Stewart Fallon and Vladimir Levchenko
  2. Comparative AMS 14C dating of plant macrofossils, beetles and pollen preparations from two Late Pleistocene sites in southeastern Australia
    Nick Porch, A. Peter Kershaw
  3. Can Myrtaceae pollen of the Holocene from Bega Swamp (New South Wales, Australia) be compared with extant taxa?
    Andrew H. Thornhill
  4. The evolution of a coastal peatland at Byron Bay, Australia: Multi-proxy evidence from the microfossil record
    Kathryn H. Taffs, Brendan Logan, Jeff F. Parr and Geraldine E. Jacobsen
  5. Development of mountain peatlands in stable equilibrium with open-channel hydraulics: A new concept in peatland formation and maintenance
    Rachel Nanson
  6. Glacier crippling and the rise of the snowline in western New Guinea (Papua Province, Indonesia) from 1972 to 2000
    Michael L. Prentice and S. Glidden
  7. Altitudinal limits of 230 economic crop species in Papua New Guinea
    R. Michael Bourke