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2003An alternative method for predicting body mass: the case of the Pleistocence marsupial lionCrowther, Mathew; Seebacher, Frank; Wroe, Stephen; Gillespie, Anna; Kear, Ben; Myers, Troy; Salisbury, Steve; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Electron MicroscopeAn alternative method for predicting body mass: the case of the Pleistocence marsupial lion, Paleobiology, vol.29,(3),2003,pp 403-411
2003Australian marsupial carnivores: recent advances in palaeontologyWroe, Stephen; Electron MicroscopeAustralian marsupial carnivores: recent advances in palaeontology in Predators with pouches: the biology of carnivorous marsupials, CSIRO Publishing, 2003, pp. 102-123
2005Bite club: comparative bite force in big biting mammals and the prediction of predatory behaviour in fossil taxaWroe, Stephen; McHenry, Colin; Thomason, Jeffrey; Electron MicroscopeBite club: comparative bite force in big biting mammals and the prediction of predatory behaviour in fossil taxa, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences, vol.272,(1563),2005,pp 619-625
2005Bottom-feeding plesiosaursWroe, Stephen; Cook, Alex G; McHenry, Colin; Electron MicroscopeBottom-feeding plesiosaurs, Science, vol.310,(5745),2005,pp 75-75
2003Causes of extinction of vertebrates during the Holocene of mainland Australia: arrival of the dingo, or human impact?Wroe, Stephen; Johnson, C N; Electron MicroscopeCauses of extinction of vertebrates during the Holocene of mainland Australia: arrival of the dingo, or human impact?, The Holocene: a major interdisciplinary journal focusing on recent environmental change, vol.13,(6),2003,pp 1009-1016
2008Chronological overlap between humans and megafauna in Sahul (Pleistocene Australia–New Guinea): A review of the evidenceField, Judith; Fillios, Melanie; Wroe, Stephen; Australian Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis (ACMM); Australian Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis (ACMM)Chronological overlap between humans and megafauna in Sahul (Pleistocene Australia–New Guinea): A review of the evidence, Earth-Science Reviews, vol.89, N/A, 2008,pp 97-115
2016Cranial Shape and the Modularity of Hybridization in Dingoes and Dogs; Hybridization Does Not Spell the End for Native MorphologyCrowther, Mathew; Colman, Nick J; Letnic, Mike; Parr, William C H; Wilson, Laura; Wroe, Stephen; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES)Cranial Shape and the Modularity of Hybridization in Dingoes and Dogs; Hybridization Does Not Spell the End for Native Morphology, Evolutionary biology, vol.43, 2, 2016,pp 171-187
2013Finite element micro-modelling of a human ankle bone reveals the importance of the trabecular network to mechanical performance: New methods for the generation and comparison of 3D modelsJones, Allan; Chamoli, Uphar; Parr, William C H; Walsh, William R.; Wroe, Stephen; Chemical & Biomolecular EngineeringFinite element micro-modelling of a human ankle bone reveals the importance of the trabecular network to mechanical performance: New methods for the generation and comparison of 3D models, Journal of Biomechanics, vol.46, 1, 2013,pp 200-205
2004Megafaunal Extinction In The Late Quaternary And The Global Overkill HypothesisField, Judith; Fullagar, Richard; Jermiin, Lars; Wroe, Stephen; Electron Microscope; Archaeology; Biological Sciences; Electron MicroscopeMegafaunal Extinction In The Late Quaternary And The Global Overkill Hypothesis, Alcheringa: an Australian journal of palaeontology, vol.28,(1),2004,pp 291-332
2006Megafaunal extinction: climate, humans and assumptionsField, Judith; Wroe, Stephen; Grayson, Donald K; Electron Microscope; Electron MicroscopeMegafaunal extinction: climate, humans and assumptions, Trends in Ecology & Evolution, vol.21,(2),2006,pp 61-62
2007A note on pterosaur nesting behaviorThompson, Michael; Wroe, Stephen; Grellet-Tinner, Gerald; Ji, Qiang; Biological Sciences; Electron MicroscopeA note on pterosaur nesting behavior, Historical Biology: An international journal of paleobiology, vol.19,(4),2007,pp 273-277
2004On The Rarity Of Big Fierce Carnivores And Primacy Of Isolation And Area: Tracking Large Mammalian Carnivore Diversity On Two Isolated ContinentsDickman, Christopher; Wroe, Stephen; Argot, Christine; Biological Sciences; Electron MicroscopeOn The Rarity Of Big Fierce Carnivores And Primacy Of Isolation And Area: Tracking Large Mammalian Carnivore Diversity On Two Isolated Continents, Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, vol.271,(1544),2004,pp 1203-1211
2010Overdone overkill — the archaeological perspective on Tasmanian megafaunal extinctionsCharles, Bethan; Field, Judith; Aubert, Maxime; Brenner-Coltrain, Joan; Cosgrove, R; Garvey, Jillian; Goede, Albert; Grun, Rainer; Lees, Wendy; O'Connell, J; Pike-Tay, Anne; Wroe, Stephen; Archaeology; Electron MicroscopeOverdone overkill — the archaeological perspective on Tasmanian megafaunal extinctions, Journal of Archaeological Science, vol.37, N/A,pp 2486-2503
2005Prolonged coexistence of humans and megafauna in Pleistocene AustraliaCharles, Bethan; Dortch, Joseph; Field, Judith; Wroe, Stephen; Trueman, Clive; Archaeology; Archaeology; Electron Microscope; Electron MicroscopeProlonged coexistence of humans and megafauna in Pleistocene Australia, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol.102,(23),2005,pp 8381-8385
2007Reply: A reply to comment by Brook et al. “Would the Australian megafauna have become extinct if humans had never colonized the continent?”Field, Judith; Wroe, Stephen; Electron MicroscopeReply: A reply to comment by Brook et al. “Would the Australian megafauna have become extinct if humans had never colonized the continent?”, Quaternary Science Reviews, vol.26,(3&4),2007,pp 565-567
2002A review of terrestrial mammalian and reptilian carnivore ecology in Australian fossil faunas, and factors influencing their diversity: the myth of reptilian domination and its broader ramificationsWroe, Stephen; Electron MicroscopeA review of terrestrial mammalian and reptilian carnivore ecology in Australian fossil faunas, and factors influencing their diversity: the myth of reptilian domination and its broader ramifications, Australian Journal of Zoology, vol.50,(1),2002,pp 1-24
2006A review of the evidence for a human role in the extinction of Australian megafauna and an alternative interpretationField, Judith; Wroe, Stephen; Electron Microscope; Electron MicroscopeA review of the evidence for a human role in the extinction of Australian megafauna and an alternative interpretation, Quaternary Science Reviews, vol.25,(N/A),2006,pp 2692-2703
2004The Size Of The Largest Marsupial And Why It MattersChong, John; Crowther, Mathew; Dortch, Joseph; Wroe, Stephen; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Archaeology; Electron MicroscopeThe Size Of The Largest Marsupial And Why It Matters, Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, vol.271,(N/A),2004,pp S34-S36