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2008Assessment of tidal inlet evolution and stability using sediment budget computations and hydraulic parameter analysisVila Concejo, Ana; Dias, Joao; Ferreira, Oscar; Pacheco, A; School of GeosciencesAssessment of tidal inlet evolution and stability using sediment budget computations and hydraulic parameter analysis, Marine Geology, vol.247,(1-2),2008,pp 104-127
2007At the End of the World: Holding onto Health Workers in NiueConnell, John; School of GeosciencesAt the End of the World: Holding onto Health Workers in Niue, Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, vol.16,(2),2007,pp 179-197
2008Australia-a Cenozoic historyBranagan, David; School of GeosciencesAustralia-a Cenozoic history in History of Geomorphology and Quaternary Geology, Geological Society of London, 2008, pp. 189-213
2007Australian absolute plate motions, reorganisations and LIPS in a mantle framework since the JurassicMuller, Ralph (Dietmar); Torsvik, Trond; School of GeosciencesAustralian absolute plate motions, reorganisations and LIPS in a mantle framework since the Jurassic, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, vol.70,(18),2007,pp A435-A435
2003Australian beach systems - the morphodynamics of wave through tide-dominated beach-dune systemsShort, Andrew; School of GeosciencesAustralian beach systems - the morphodynamics of wave through tide-dominated beach-dune systems, Journal of Coastal Research, vol.19,(Special Issue 35),2003,pp 7-20
2006Australian beach systems — Nature and distributionShort, Andrew; School of GeosciencesAustralian beach systems — Nature and distribution, Journal of Coastal Research, vol.22,(1),2006,pp 11-27
2006Australian Coastal Geomorphology, 1984–2004Short, Andrew; Thom, Bruce; School of GeosciencesAustralian Coastal Geomorphology, 1984–2004, Journal of Coastal Research, vol.22,(1),2006,pp 1-10
2002Australian Stratigraphy and Palaeontology: the nineteenth century French contributionBranagan, David; School of GeosciencesAustralian Stratigraphy and Palaeontology: the nineteenth century French contribution, Academie des Sciences. Comptes Rendus. Palevol, vol.N/A,(N/A),2002,pp 657-662
2008Back to Nukunuku: Employment, identity and return migration in TongaConnell, John; Maron, Nicole; School of Geosciences; School of GeosciencesBack to Nukunuku: Employment, identity and return migration in Tonga, Asia Pacific Viewpoint, vol.49,(2),2008,pp 168-184
2006Beach face and berm morphodynamics fronting a coastal lagoonHughes, Michael; Weir, Felicia; Baldock, Tom E.; School of Geosciences; School of GeosciencesBeach face and berm morphodynamics fronting a coastal lagoon, Geomorphology, vol.82,(2006),2006,pp 331-346
2007'The best island on the globe': constantly constructing tourism on NiueConnell, John; School of Geosciences'The best island on the globe': constantly constructing tourism on Niue, Australian Geographer, vol.38,(1),2007,pp 1-13
2002Beyond the Limits of Location: Human Environmental Disturbance Prior to Official European Contact in Early Colonial AustraliaGale, Stephen; Haworth, R J; School of GeosciencesBeyond the Limits of Location: Human Environmental Disturbance Prior to Official European Contact in Early Colonial Australia, Archaeology in Oceania, vol.37,(3),2002,pp 123-136
2005Beyond the resource enclave: Regional development challenges in northern remote AustraliaPritchard, William (Bill); School of GeosciencesBeyond the resource enclave: Regional development challenges in northern remote Australia, Journal of Australian Political Economy, vol.55,(Jun-05),2005,pp 77-93
2008Big is Not Always better: Global Value Chain Restructuring and the Crisis in South Indian tea EstatesNeilson, Jeffrey; Pritchard, William (Bill); School of Geosciences; School of GeosciencesBig is Not Always better: Global Value Chain Restructuring and the Crisis in South Indian tea Estates in Agri-Food Commodity Chains and Globalising Networks (Dynamics of Economic Space), Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2008, pp. 35-48
2006Biogeochemical fluxes across piedmont slopes of Jornada BasinNeave, Melissa; Abrahams, Athol D; Howes, David A; Parsons, Anthony J.; Schlesinger, William H.; Wainwright, John; School of GeosciencesBiogeochemical fluxes across piedmont slopes of Jornada Basin in Structure and Function of a Chihuahuan Desert ecosystem: The Jornada Basin Long Term Ecological Research site, Oxford University Press, 2006, pp. 150-175
2004Biological Control Of Cl/Br And Low Sulfate Concentration In A 3.5-Gyr-Old Seawater From North Pole, Western AustraliaRey, Patrice; Banks, David; Foriel, Julien; Menez, Benedicte; Philippot, Pascal; Somogyi, Andrea; School of GeosciencesBiological Control Of Cl/Br And Low Sulfate Concentration In A 3.5-Gyr-Old Seawater From North Pole, Western Australia, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, vol.228,(3-4),2004,pp 451-463
2006Biomarkers from Huronian oil-bearing fluid inclusions: An uncontaminated record of life before the Great Oxidation EventDutkiewicz, Adriana; Buick, Roger; George, Simon C; Ridley, John; Volk, Herbert; School of GeosciencesBiomarkers from Huronian oil-bearing fluid inclusions: An uncontaminated record of life before the Great Oxidation Event, Geology (Boulder), vol.34,(6),2006,pp 437-440
2009Birdwatching, twitching and tourism: towards an Australian perspectiveConnell, John; School of GeosciencesBirdwatching, twitching and tourism: towards an Australian perspective, Australian Geographer - Review Article, vol.40, 2,pp 203-217
2008The Blakeney Esker (TG 055 415)Gale, Stephen; Hoare, Peter; School of Geosciences; School of GeosciencesThe Blakeney Esker (TG 055 415) in The Quaternary of Northern East Anglia, Quaternary Research Association, 2008, pp. 204-222
2003Bomb radiocarbon in tree rings from northern New South Wales, Australia: implications for dendrochronology, atmospheric transport, and air-sea exchange of CO2Barbetti, Michael; Chapman, David; Thomson, Bruce; Hua, Quan; Zoppi, U; Electron Microscope; School of Geosciences; Electron MicroscopeBomb radiocarbon in tree rings from northern New South Wales, Australia: implications for dendrochronology, atmospheric transport, and air-sea exchange of CO2, Radiocarbon: an international journal of cosmogenic isotope research, vol.45,(3),2003,pp 431-447