Fairbairn, A. 2005. An archaeobotanical perspective on Holocene plant-use practices in lowland northern New Guinea. World Archaeology 37(4), 487–502. [210Kb]
Fairbairn, A., and Swadling, P. 2005. Re-dating Mid-Holocene Betelnut (Areca catechu L.) and other plant use at Dongan, Papua New Guinea. Radiocarbon 47, 377–382. [735Kb]
Haberle, S.G. 2005. A 23,000-yr pollen record from Lake Euramoo, Wet Tropics of NE Queensland, Australia. Quaternary Research 64, 343-356. [9.0Mb]
Haberle, S.G., and Atkin, G. 2005. Needles in a haystack: searching for sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.) in the fossil pollen record. In Ballard, C, Brown, P., Bourke, R.M., and Harwood, T. (eds.), The Sweet Potato in Oceania: a reappraisal, pp. 25-33. Oceania Monograph 56, Oceania Publications, University of Sydney. [2.9Mb]
Hope, G.S. 2005. The Quaternary in Southeast Asia. In A. Gupta (ed.), The Physical Geography of Southeast Asia. Oxford University Press, Oxford. Pp 24-37.
Hope, G.S., Chokkalingam, U., and Anwar, S. 2005. The stratigraphy and fire history of the Kutai Peatlands, Kalimantan, Indonesia. Quaternary Research 64, 407-417. [700Kb]
Hope, G.S. and Aplin, K. (2005) Environmental change in the Aru Islands. pp 25-40 in S. O’Connor, M. Spriggs and P. Veth (eds.), The Archaeology of the Aru Islands, Eastern Indonesia. Terra Australis 22, Canberra, Pandanus Press.
Hope, G.S. and Haberle S.G. 2005. The history of the human landscapes of New Guinea. In Pawley, A., Attenborough, R., Golson, J. and Hide, R. (eds.), Papuan Pasts: Cultural, Linguistic and Biological Histories of Papuan-Speaking Peoples, pp.541-554. Pacific Linguistics, The Australian National University, Canberra. [960Kb]
Hope, G., Whinam, J. and Good, R. (2005) Methods and preliminary results of post-fire experimental trials of restoration techniques in the peatlands of Namadgi (ACT) and Kosciuszko National Parks(NSW). Ecological Management and Restoration 6, 215-218.
Macphail, M.K. and Casey, M. (2005) Bridging the biogeographic ‘gap’: microfossil evidence for the quillwort Isoetes on the Cumberland Plain west of Sydney during the early colonial period. Cunninghamia 9, 295-306.
Massaferro, J., Brooks, S.J., Haberle, S.G. 2005. The dynamics of chironomid assemblages and vegetation during the Late Quaternary at Laguna Facil, Chonos Archipelago, southern Chile. Quaternary Science Reviews 24, 2510–2522. [340Kb]
O’Connor, S., Aplin, K., Pasveer, J. and Hope, G. (2005) Liang Nabulei Lisa: A Late Pleistocene and Holocene sequence from the Aru Islands. pp 125-162 in S. O’Connor, M. Spriggs and P. Veth (eds.), The Archaeology of the Aru Islands, Eastern Indonesia. Terra Australis 22, Canberra, Pandanus Press.
Prebble, M., Sim, R., Finn, J., and Fink, D. 2005. A Holocene pollen and diatom record from Vanderlin Island, Gulf of Carpentaria, lowland tropical Australia. Quaternary Research 64, 357-371. [900Kb]
Prentice, M.L., Hope, G.S., Maryunani, K., and Peterson, J.A. 2005. An evaluation of snowline data across New Guinea during the last major glaciation, and area-based glacier snowlines in the Mt. Jaya region of Papua, Indonesia, during the Last Glacial Maximum. Quaternary International 138-139, 93-117. [2.9Mb]
Read, J., Hope, G.S. and Hill, R.S. (2005) Phytogeography and climate analysis of Nothofagus subgenus Brassospora in New Guinea and New Caledonia. Australian Journal of Botany 53, 1-15.
Stevenson, J., and Hope, G.S. 2005. A comparison of late Quaternary forest changes in New Caledonia and northeastern Australia. Quaternary Research 64, 372-383. [1.0Mb]