Peer-reviewed articles

 




 

2007 INQUA Conference Papers (see all abstracts at Quaternary International Elsevier)

Anthony Barham, Sue O’Connor (2007) Archaeological site stratigraphies as geoarchives for testing models of tsunami event periodicity during the Holocene — case studies from Western Australian shorelines. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.24. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

David Bulbeck, John Dodson, John Hughes, Sue O’Connor (2007) Climatic modelling for critical issues in Late Pleistocene Indo-Malaysian archaeology. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.53. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

David Bulbeck, Sue O’Connor, Matthew Spriggs, Peter Veth, Stephen Oppenheimer (2007) Implications for the Pleistocene human fossil record from tropical Sahul. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.43. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Sarah Davies, Chris Turney, Valerie Hall, Peter Kershaw, Simon Haberle, Tim Denham, Brent Alloway (2007) The characterisation of local and distal tephras in the northern sector of Greater Australia including some preliminary high-precision correlations between significant archaeological sites in Papua New Guinea (PNG). Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.91. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Tim Denham, Simon Haberle (2007) Human-environment interactions in the Upper Wahgi valley, Papua New Guinea: Early Holocene to present. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.96. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

John Dodson, John Hughes, Sue O’Connor, Sean Ulm (2007) Environmental setting and the human colonisation of Australia. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.100. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Iona Flett, Simon Haberle (2007) Four thousand years of environmental change from a Galapagos peat archive. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.122. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Richard Gillespie (2007) Updating Martin’s global extinction model. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.141. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Donna Green, Anthony Barham (2007) Adapting to future climate impacts by learning from the past: combining traditional environmental knowledge with proxy data of past inundations of cultural heritage sites – a case study from Saibai Island, Torres Strait. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.147. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Simon Haberle (2007) Fire Histories from the Wet Tropics: Global vs. Local Perspectives. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.150. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Simon Haberle (2007) Was the early Holocene characterised by “El Niño–like” or “La Niña-like” conditions? Evidence from terrestrial archives in the Western Pacific Warm Pool region. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.150. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Simon Haberle, Iona Flett, Henry Lamb (2007) High resolution geochemical analysis of laminated coastal lagoon sediments from the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.151. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Jennifer Harrison, Krystyna Saunders, Iona Flett, John Tibby (2007) Refining recent sediment dating using multiple radionuclides. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.155. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Geoffrey Hope (2007) Fire records from Pacific peatlands. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.177. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Ben Marwick (2007) Archaeology and palaeoecology in Northwest Thailand during the late Pleistocene and early Holocene: examining the resolution of cultural and palaeoecological data from the excavated rockshelters. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.272. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Ben Marwick (2007) Mainland Southeast Asia during the Middle Pleistocene: Synthesizing the state of knowledge on patterns of hominid settlement and identifying future research areas. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.272. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Rachel Nanson (2007) The evolution and stability of peat-swamp channels, Barrington Tops, New South Wales, Australia. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.301. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Ashley Natt, Simon Haberle, Geraldine Jacobsen (2007) Preliminary paleolimnological data from a Santiago Island coastal lagoon, Galapagos Archipelago, Ecuador. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.302. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Sue O’Connor (2007) En route to Sahul: New evidence for early modern human colonization east of the Sunda Shelf. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.482. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Nick Porch (2007) Quantitative palaeoclimate reconstruction in Australia using fossil beetles: Are climate space limitations intractable? Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.327. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Nick Porch (2007) Insect Fossils from Pacific Island Prehuman and Archaeological Contexts: Reconstructing Lost ‘Edens’ and Human Impacts. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.328. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Nick Porch, Mat Prebble, Simon Haberle (2007) Invasion Palaeoecology: Using the fossil record to reconstruct the history and impact of human-moderated biological invasions. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.327. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Mat Prebble, John Dowe (2007) Quaternary plant extinctions: a case study of palm (Arecaceae) lineages from oceanic islands. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.330. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Cassandra Rowe, Simon Haberle, Geoffrey Hope, Stuart Hungerford, Markus Buchhorn (2007) The Australasian Pollen and Spore Atlas: A new online relational database. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.355. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Susan Rule, Peter Kershaw, Simon Haberle, Chris Turney (2007) A high resolution record covering the last 50,000 years from Lynch’s Crater, northeast Queensland, Australia. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.357. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Janelle Stevenson (2007) Mid-Holocene environmental change in the Northern Philippines. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p397. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

Sean Ulm, Anthony Barham, Bruno David, Geraldine Jacobsen, Ian McNiven, Fiona Petchey, Mike Rowland (2007) Marine Carbon Reservoir Variability in Torres Strait: Preliminary Results of AMS Dating of Live-Collected Shell Specimens. Quaternary International Vol. 167-168 Supplement, p.426. XVII INQUA Congress, Cairns, Queensland, Australia. July 28th – August 3rd, 2007.

 

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