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Bird, M. I, Hope, G.S. and Taylor, D. (2004) Populating PEP II: the dispersal of humans and agriculture through Austral-Asia and Oceania. Quaternary International 118-119, 145-163. [390Kb]

Denham, T.P., Haberle, S.G. and Lentfer, C. (2004) New Evidence and Revised Interpretations of Early Agriculture in Highland New Guinea. Antiquity 78 (302), 839-857. [1.6Mb]

David, B., McNiven, I., Mitchell, R., Orr, M. Haberle, S.G., Brady, L., and Crouch, J., (2004) Badu 15 and Papuan-Austronesian settlement of Torres Strait. Archaeology in Oceania 39, 65-78. [1.2Mb]

Dodson, J.R. and Macphail, M.K. (2004) Palynological evidence for aridity events and vegetation change during the Middle Pliocene, a warm period in Southwestern Australia. Climatic Change 41, 285-307.

Gagan, M.K., Hendy, E.J., Haberle, S.G., and Hantoro, W.S. (2004). Post-glacial evolution of the Indo-Pacific Warm Pool and El Niño-Southern Oscillation. Quaternary International. 118–119, 127–143. [830Kb]

Haberle, S.G. and Bennett, K.D. (2004) Postglacial formation and dynamics of North Patagonian Rainforest in the Chonos Archipelago, Southern Chile. Quaternary Science Reviews 23, 2433–2452. [1.6Mb]

Haberle, S.G., and David, B. (2004). Climates of change: human dimensions of Holocene environmental change in low latitudes of the PEPII transect. Quaternary International 118–119, 165-179. [750Kb]

Hope, G.S. (2004) Glaciation of Malaysia and Indonesia, excluding New Guinea. Pp 211-214 in J. Ehlers and P.L. Gibbard (eds). Quaternary Glaciations - Extent and Chronology, Part III: South America, Asia, Africa, Australasia, Antarctica. Developments in Quaternary Science, Vol. 2c. Amsterdam, Elsevier.

Hope, G.S., Sun, X. Liew, P-M., Kershaw, A.P., van der Kaars, W.A., Takahara, H., McGlone, M., Heusser L.E. and Miyoshi, N. (2004) History of vegetation and habitat change from the PEP II transect. Quaternary International 118-119, 103-126. [940Kb]

Keeley, H., Allison, E., Branch, N., Cameron, N., Dobinson, S., Ellis, I., Ellison, P., Fairbairn, A., Green, C., Hunter, R., Lee, J., Locker, A., Lowe, J., Palmer, A., Robinson, E., Stewart, J., and Wilkinson, K. (2004) “Chapter 12: The Environmental Evidence” in P. Clark, The Dover Bronze Age Boat. London, English Heritage pp. 229 – 249.

Macphail, M.K. and Stone, M.S. (2004) Age and palaeoenvironmental constraints on the genesis of the Yandi channel iron deposits, Marillana Formation, Pilbara, northwestern Australia. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences 51, 497-520.

Macphail, M.K. and Truswell, E.M. (2004) Palynology of Site 1166. In Cooper, A.K., O'Brien, P.E. & Richter, C. (Editors). Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results 188, 21-43.

Macphail, M.K. and Truswell, E.M. (2004) Palynology of Sites 1165, 1167. In Cooper, A.K., O'Brien, P.E. & Richter, C. (Editors). Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results 188: 1-20.

Pickett, E., Harrison, S.P., Hope, G.S., Harle, K., Dodson, J.R., Kershaw, A.P., Prentice, I.C., Backhouse, J., Colhoun, E.A., D’Costa, D., Flenley, J., Garret Jones, S., Grindrod, J., Haberle, S.G., Hassell, C., Kenyon, C., Macphail, M.K., Martin, H., Martin, A.H., McKenzie, M., Newsome, J.C., Penny, D., Powell, J., Raine, I., Southern, W., Stevenson, J., Sutra, J.P., Thomas, I., van der Kaars, S., Walker, D. and Ward, J. (2004) Pollen-based reconstructions of biome distributions for Australia, South East Asia and the Pacific (SEAPAC region) at 0, 6000 and 18,000 14C yr B.P. Journal of Biogeography 31, 1381-1444. [820Kb]

Stevenson, J. (2004) A late Holocene record of human impact from the southwest coast of New Caledonia. The Holocene 14(6), 888-898. [880Kb]

Thomas, F.R., Nunn, P.D., Osborne, T., Kumar, R., Areki, F., Matararaba, S., Steadman, D., O’Day, S. and Hope, G.S. (2004) Recent Archaeological Findings at Qaranilaca Cave, Vanuabalavu Island, Fiji. Archaeology in Oceania 39, 42-49.

Truswell, E.M. and Macphail, M.K. (2004) Carnivorous plants at high latitudes: Pollen evidence for Droseraceae growing in East Antarctica during the Late Eocene. Alcheringa 29, 85-97.

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