Centre for Palynology and Palaeoecology research publications c. 1997-2009

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    Publications 2002 to present

    Coulter, S.E., Turney, C.S.M., Kershaw, A.P. and Rule, S. (in press) The characterisation and significance of a distal tephra on mainland Australia.  Quaternary Science Reviews.

    Walker, M., Johnsen,  S., Rasmussen, S.O., Steffensen, J.-P., Popp, T., Gibbard,  P., Hoek, W., Lowe, J., Andrews, J., Björck, S., Cwynar, L., Hughen, K., Kershaw, P., Kromer,  B., Litt, T., Lowe,  D.L., Nakagawa, T., Newnham, R. and Schwander, J. (2008) The Global Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) for the base of the Holocene Series/Epoch (Quaternary System/Period) in the NGRIP ice core. Episodes 31, 264-267.

    Builth, H., Kershaw. A.P., White, C., Roach, A., Hartney, L., McKenzie, M., Lewis, T., and Jacobsen, G. (2008) Environmental and cultural change on the Mt Eccles lava flow landscapes of south-west Victoria, Australia. The Holocene 18, 421-432.

    Rowe, C. and Kershaw, A.P. (2008) Microbotanical remains in landscape archaeology. In David, B. (Ed.) Handbook of Landscape Archaeology. Left Coast Press, Californiapp. 430-441.

    Brooks, B.W., Bowman, D.M.J.S., Burney, D.A., Flannery, T.F., Gagan, M.K., Gillespie, R., Johnson, C.N., Kershaw, A.P., Magee, J.W., Martin, P.S., Miller, G.H., Peiser, B., Roberts, R.G. (2007). Would the Australian megafauna have become extinct if people had never colonized the continent? Comments on ‘A review of the evidence for a human role in the extinction of Australian megafauna and an alternative explanation’ by S. Wroe and J. Field. Quaternary Science Reviews 26, 560-564.

    Lynch, A.H., Beringer, J., Kershaw, A.P., Marshall, A., Mooney, S. Tapper, N., Turney, C. and van Der Kaars, S. (2007) Using the paleorecord to evaluate climate and fire interactions in Australia. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 35, 215-239.

    Kershaw, A.P., Haberle, S.G., Turney, C.S.M. and Bretherton, S.C. (Eds.) (2007) Environmental history of the humid tropics region of north-east Australia. Special issue Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 251 (1), 1-173.

    Moss, P.T., Kershaw, A.P. (2007). A late Quaternary marine palynological record (Oxygen isotope stages 1-7) for the Humid Tropics of northeastern Australia based on ODP Site 820). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 251: 4-22.

    Kershaw, A.P., Bretherton, S.C., van der Kaars, S. (2007) A complete pollen record of the last 230 ka from Lynch’s Crater, northeastern Australia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 151: 23-45.

    Kershaw, A.P., McKenzie, G.M, Porch, N., Roberts, R.G., Brown, J., Heijnis, H., Orr, L.M., Jacobsen, G., Newall, P.R. (2007) A high resolution record of vegetation and climate through the last glacial cycle from Caledonia Fen, south-eastern highlands of Australia. Journal of Quaternary Science 22: 481-500

    Kershaw, P., van der Kaars, S., Moss, P., Opdyke, B., Guichard, F., Rule, S., Turney, C., 2007. Environmental change and the arrival of people in the Australian region. Before Farming [Online] http://www.waspress.co.uk/journals/beforefarming//journal_20061/, 2006/1 article 2.

    Reid, M.A., Sayer, C.D., Kershaw, A.P., Heijnis, H. (2007) Palaeolimnological evidence for submerged plant loss in a floodplain lake associated with accelerated catchment soil erosion (Murray River, Australia). Journal of Paleolimnology 38: 191-208.

    Sniderman, J.M.K., Pillans, B., O’Sullivan, P.B. and Kershaw, A.P. (2007) Climate and vegetation in southeastern Australia respond to Southern Hemisphere insolation forcing in the late Pliocene – early Pleistocene. Geology 35: 41-44.

    Kershaw, A.P. and van der Kaars (2007) Pollen records, Late Pleistocene, Australia and New Zealand. In: Elias, S.A. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science, Vol. 4. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 2613-2622.
     
    Kershaw, A.P., van der Kaars, S. and Flenley, J.F. (2007) The Quaternary history of far eastern rainforests. In: Bush, M.B. and Flenley, J.F. (Eds.) Tropical Rainforest Responses to Climate Change. Springer-Praxis, Berlin, pp. 77-115.

    Turney, C.S.M., Haberle, S., Fink, D., Kershaw, A.P., Barbetti, M., Barrows, T.T., Black, M., Cohen, T.J., Correge, T., Hesse, P.P., Qua, Q., Johnston, R., Morgan, V., Moss, P., Nanson, G., Van Ommen, T., Rule, S., Williams, N.J., Zhao, J-X., D’Costa, D., Feng, Y-X., Gagan, M., Mooney, S., Xia, Q. (2006). Integration of ice-core, marine and terrestrial records for the Australian Last Glacial Maximum and Termination: a contribution from the OZ INTIMATE group. Journal of Quaternary Science 21: 751-761

    Turney, C.S.M., Kershaw, A.P., James, S., Branch, N., Cowley, J., Fifield, LK., Jacobsen, G., Moss, P. (2006) Geochemical changes recorded in Lynch’s Crater, northeastern Australia, over the past 50 ka. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 233: 187-203.

    Turney, C.S.M., Kershaw, A.P. and Lynch, A. (Eds.) (2006) Integrating High Resolution Past Climate Records for Future Prediction in the Australasian Region. Special issue Journal of Quaternary Science 21 (7), 679-801.

    Bottjer, D.J., Correge, T., Kershaw, A.P. and Surlyk, F. (Eds.) (2006) Exploring Life and Environments Through Time: Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Palaeo-3. Special issue Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology  232 (2-4), 97-458. 

    Turney C.S.M., Kershaw, A.P., Lowe, J.J., van der Kaars, S., Johnston, R., Rule, S., Moss, P., Radke, L., Tibby, J., McGlone, M.S., Wilmshurst, J.M., Vandergoes, M.J., Fitzsimons, S.J., Bryant, C., Branch, N.P., Jacobsen, G. & Fifield, L.K. (2006) Climatic variability in the southwest Pacific during the Last Termination (20–10ka BP). Quaternary Science Reviews 25: 886–903.

    Tibby, J., Kershaw, A.P., Builth, H., Philibert, A. and White, C. (2006) Environmental change and variability in south-western Victoria: changing constraints and opportunities for occupation and land use, in David, B., Bryson, B  and McNiven, I., (Eds.) The Social Archaeology of Indigenous Societies.:  Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra, pp 254-269.

    Moss, P.T., Kershaw, A.P. and Grindrod, J. (2005) Pollen transport and deposition in riverine and marine environments within the humid tropics of northeastern Australia. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 134: 55-69.

    Barry, M.J., Tibby, J., Tsitsilas, A., Mason, B., Kershaw, A.P. and Heijnis, H. (2005) A long term lake salinity record and its relationships to Daphnia populations. Archiv. fur Hydrobiologie, 163: 1-23.

    Kershaw, A.P., Moss, P.T. and Wild, R. (2005) Patterns and causes of vegetation change in the Australian Wet Tropics region over the last 10 million years. In Bermingham, E, Dick, C and Moritz, C. (eds.). Tropical Rainforests: Past Present and Future. The University of Chicago Press, pp. 374-400.

    Leahy, P.G., Tibby, J., Kershaw, A.P., Heijnis, H. and Kershaw, J.S. (2005) A palaeolimnological reconstruction of the impact of European settlement on the Yarra River floodplain, Victoria, Australia. River Research and Management, 2005, 21: 131-149.

    Wang, P., Clemens, S., Beaufort, L., Bracannot, P., Ganssen, G., Jian, Z., Kershaw, A.P. and Sarnthein, M. (2005) Evolution and variability of the Asian monsoon system: state of the art and outstanding issues. Quaternary Science Reviews, 24: 595-629.

    Pickett, E.J., Harrison, S.P., Hope, G., Harle, K., Dodson, J.R., Kershaw, A.P., Prentice I.C., Backhouse, J., Colhoun, E.A., D’Costa, D., Flenley, J., Grindrod, J., Haberle, S., Hassell, C., Kenyon, C., Macphail, M., Martin, H., Martin, A.H., McKenzie, M., Newsome, J.C., Penny, D., Powell, J., Raine, J.I., Southern, W., Sutra, J.-P., Thomas, I., van der Kaars, S. 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 14 C yr B.P. Journal of Biogeography, 30: 1381-1444.

    Hope, G.S., Kershaw, A.P., van der Kaars, S., Sun, X., Liew, P-M., Heusser, L.E., Takahara, H., McGlone, M., Myoshi, N. and Moss, P.T. (2004) History of vegetation and habitat change in the Austral-Asian region. Quaternary International, 118-119:

    Kershaw, A.P. and Orr, M.L. (Eds.) (2004) Environmental History of the Newer Volcanic Province of Victoria. Thematic issue, Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 116 (1), 1-182.

    Kershaw, A.P., D’Costa, D.M., Tibby, J., Wagstaff, B.E. and Heijnis, H. (2004) The last million years around Lake Keilambete, western Victoria. Proceedings, Royal Society of Victoria, 116: 95-106.

    Sherwood, J, Oyston, B. and Kershaw, A.P. (2004) The age and contemporary environments of Tower Hill volcano, southwest Victoria, Australia, Proceedings, Royal Society of Victoria, 116: 71-78.

    Harle, K.J., Kershaw, A.P. and Clayton, E. (2004) Patterns of vegetation change in southwest Victoria (Australia) over the last two glacial/interglacial cycles.  Proceedings, Royal Society of Victoria, 116: 107-139.

    Kershaw, A.P., Tibby, J. Penny, D., Yesdani, H., Walkley, R., Cook, E. and Johnston, R. (2004) Latest Pleistocene and Holocene vegetation and environmental history of the western plains of Victoria. Proceedings, Royal Society of Victoria, 2004, 116: 141-163.

    Anshari, G., Kershaw, A.P. and van der Kaars, S. (2004) Environmental Change and peatland forest dynamics in the Lake Sentarum Area, West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Journal of Quaternary Science, 19: 637-655.

    McKenzie, G.M. and Kershaw, A.P. (2004) A Holocene pollen record from cool temperate rainforest, Aire Crossing, the Otway region of Victoria, Australia. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 132: 281-290.

    Turney, C.S.M., Kershaw, A.P., Clemens, S., Branch, N., Moss, P.T. and Fifield, L.K. (2004) Millennial and orbital variations in El Niño/Southern Oscillation and high latitude climate in the last glacial period. Nature, 428, 306-310.

    Kershaw, A.P. and Turney, C.S.M. (2004) The day after tomorrow. Australasian Science 25 (7): 29-31.

    Kershaw, A.P., van der Kaars, S. and Moss, P.T. (2003) Late Quaternary Milankovitch-scale climate change and variability and its impact on monsoonal Australia. Marine Geology 201: 81-95.
    Kershaw, A.P., Moss, P.T. and van der Kaars, S. (2003) Causes and consequences of long-term climatic variability on the Australian continent. Freshwater Biology 48: 1274-1283.

    Tibby, J., Reid, M.A., Fluin, J., Hart, B.T. and Kershaw, A.P. (2003) Assessing long-term pH change in an Australian river catchment using monitoring and palaeolimnological data. Environmental Science and Technology 37: 3250-3255.

    Kershaw, A.P., David, B., Tapper, N.J., Penny, D. and Brown, J.(Eds.) (2002)Bridging Wallace’s Line: The Environmental and Cultural History and Dynamics of the Southeast Asian – Australian Region. Catena Verlag., Reiskirchen, Germany, 360 pp.

    Kershaw, A.P., van der Kaars, S., Moss, P.T. and Wang, X. (2002) Palynological evidence for environmental change in the Indonesian-northern Australian region over the last 140,000 to 300,000 years. In Kershaw, A.P., David, B., Tapper, N.J., Penny, D. and Brown, J. (eds.) Bridging Wallace’s Line: The Environmental and Cultural History and Dynamics of the Southeast Asian – Australian Region. Catena Verlag., Reiskirchen, Germany, pp. 97-118.

    David, B., Kershaw, A.P. and Tapper, N. (2002) Bridging Wallace’s Line: Bringing home the Antipodes. In Kershaw, A.P., David, B., Tapper, N.J., Penny, D. and Brown, J. (eds.) Bridging Wallace’s Line: The Environmental and Cultural History and Dynamics of the Southeast Asian – Australian Region. Catena Verlag., Reiskirchen, Germany, pp. 1-4.

    Kershaw, A.P., Clark, J.S. and Gill, A.M. (2002) A history of fire in Australia. In Bradstock, R., Williams, J. and Gill, A.M. (eds.) Flammable Australia: the Fire Regimes and Biodiversity of a Continent. Cambridge University Press, pp. 3-25.

    Clark, J.S., Gill, A.M. and Kershaw, A.P. (2002) Spatial variability in fire regimes: its effects on recent and past vegetation. In Bradstock, R., Williams, J. and Gill, A.M. (eds.) Flammable Australia: the Fire Regimes and Biodiversity of a Continent. Cambridge University Press, pp. 125-141.

    Harle, K.J., Heijnis, H., Chisari, R., Kershaw, A.P., Zoppi, U. and Jacobsen, G. (2002) A chronology for the long pollen record from Lake Wangoom, western Victoria (Australia) as derived from uranium/thorium disequilibrium dating. Journal of Quaternary Science 17, 707-720.

    Reid, M.A., Fluin, J., Ogden, R.W., Tibby, J. and Kershaw, A.P. (2002) Long-term perspectives on human impacts on floodplain-river ecosystems, Murray-Darling Basin, Australia. Proceedings of the International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology , 28: 710-716.

    Book chapters/published conference proceedings

    Anderson, A. Haberle, S.G., Rojas, G., Seelenfreund, A., Smith, I., and Worthy, T. (2002). An archaeological exploration of Robinson Crusoe Island, Juan Fernandez Archipelago, Chile. In: Bedford, S., Sand, C., and Burley, D. (eds.), Fifty Years in the Field. Essays in Honour and Celebration of Richard Shutler Jrs Archaeological Career, pp.239-249. New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph No. 25, Auckland Museum, Auckland.

    Bush, M.B., Stute, M., Ledru, M.-P., Behling, H., Colinvaux, P.A., De Oliveira, P.E., Grimm, E.C., Hooghiemstra, H., Haberle, S.G., Leyden, B.W., Salgado-Labouriau, M.-L., and Webb, R. (2001). Paleotemperature estimates for the lowland Americas between 30°S and 30°N at the last glacial maximum. In : Markgraf, V. (ed.) Interhemispheric Climate Linkages , pp. 293-306. Academic Press, San Diego.

    Clark, J.S., Gill, A.M. and Kershaw, A.P. (2002). Spatial variability in fire regimes: its effects on recent and past vegetation.In: Bradstock, R., Williams, J. and Gill, A.M. (eds.) Flammable Australia: the Fire Regimes and Biodiversity of a Continent, pp. 125-141. Cambridge University Press.

    David, B.. (in press). Time bandits: archaeology, the Dreaming and the primitivist project. In: Russell, L., Langton, M. and Grossman, M. (eds.), Imaging Aboriginality: Indigenous-European entanglements in culture and representation. Publisher to be advised.

    David, B. (in press). The emergence of late Holocene symbolism in NE Australia. In: C. Chippindale and G. Nash (eds.),Landscapes of Rock-art. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

    David, B. and Wilson, M (2002). Spaces of resistance: graffiti and indigenous place markings in the early European contact period of northern Australia. In: B. David and M. Wilson (eds.).Inscribed Landscapes: marking and making place, pp. 42-60. University of Hawai‘i Press, Honolulu.

    David, B., Kershaw, A.P. and Tapper N.. (2002). Bridging Wallace’s Line: bringing home the Antipodes. In: Kershaw, A.P., David B., Tapper, N.J., Penny, D. and Brown, J. (eds.), Bridging Wallace’s Line: the Environmental and Cultural History and Dynamics of the Australian-Southeast Asian Region, pp. 1-4. Advances in Geoecology 34, Catena Verlag GMBH, Reiskirchen.

    David, B., Tuniz, C., Lawson, E., Hua, Q., Jacobsen, G.E., Head, J. and Rowe, M. (2000). Dating charcoal drawings from Chillagoe, north Queensland. In: G.K. Ward and C. Tuniz (eds.), Advances in Dating Australian Rock-Markings: papers from the First Australian Rock-Picture Dating Workshop, pp. 84-89. Occasional AURA Publication 10, Australian Rock Art Research Association, Melbourne.

    David, B. , Tuniz, C., Lawson, E., Hua, Q., Jacobsen, G.E., Head, J. and Rowe, M.. (1999). New AMS determinations for Chillagoe rock art, Australia, and their implications for northern Australian prehistory.In : D. Seglie (ed.), NEWS95 – International Rock Art Congress: North, East, West, South, 1995 IRAC. Proceedings, p. 49. Centro Studi e Museo d’Arte Preistorica, Pinerolo.

    David, B., McNiven, I., Attenbrow, V., Flood, J. and Collins, J. (1998). Of Lightning Brothers and White Cockatoos: dating the antiquity of signifying systems in the Northern Territory, Australia.In : T. Murray (ed.), Archaeology of Aboriginal Australia: a Reader, pp. 290-304. Allen and Unwin, St. Leonards. Paper originally published in 1994 in Antiquity 68: 241-251.

    David, B. (1998). Introduction: ‘a mountain once seen never to be forgotten’. In: David, B. (ed.),Ngarrabullgan: Geographical Investigations in Djungan Country, Cape York Peninsula. Monash Publications in Geography and Environmental Science 51, pp. 1-26 Monash University, Melbourne.

    David, B.. (1998). The rock art. In: DavidB. (ed.), Ngarrabullgan: Geographical Investigations in Djungan Country, Cape York Peninsula. Monash Publications in Geography and Environmental Science 51, pp. 143-156. Monash University, Melbourne.

    David, B., McNiven, I., Bekessy, L., Bultitude, R., Clarkson, C., Lawson, E., Murray, C. and Tuniz, C.. (1998). More than 37,000 years of human occupation. In: David, B. (ed.),Ngarrabullgan: Geographical Investigations in Djungan Country, Cape York Peninsula. Monash Publications in Geography and Environmental Science 51, pp. 157-178. Monash University, Melbourne.

    Haberle, S.G. (2000). Vegetation Response To Climate Variability: A Palaeoecological Perspective on the ENSO Phenomenon.In: Grove, R,. and Chappell, J. (eds.) El Niño: History and Crisis , pp.66-78. White Horse Press, Cambridge.

    Haberle, S.G. (1997). Late Quaternary vegetation and climate history of the Amazon Basin: Correlating marine and terrestrial pollen records. In: Flood, R.D., Piper, D.J.W., Klaus, A. and Peterson, L.C.(eds.) Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, Amazon Fan Vol 155. pp. 381-396. Ocean Drilling Program, College Station, Texas.

    Haberle, S.G., and Hope, G.S. (2003). The history of the human landscapes of New Guinea. In: Pawley, A., Attenborough, R., Golson, J., and Hide, R. (eds.), Papuan Pasts. Pandanus Press, ANU, Canberra, in press.

    Hill R.S. and Kershaw, A.P. (1997). Preface. In:Australian Palaeoclimates: Refinement of Estimates from Palaeobotanical Data. Special Issue, Australian Journal of Botany 45,3.

    Kershaw, A.P. and Bohte, A. (1997). The impact of prehistoric fires on tropical peatland forests’. In: J.O. Rieley and S.E. Page (eds.) Biodiversity and Sustainability of Tropical Peatlands pp. 73-80. Samara Press, Tresaith, Cardigan.

    Kershaw, A.P., Moss, P.T. and Wild, R. (in press). Patterns and causes of vegetation change in the Australian wet tropics region over the last 10 million years. In: C. Moritz and E. Bermingham (eds.)Tropical Rainforests: Past and Future. Chicago University Press.

    Kershaw, A.P., van der Kaars, S., Moss, P.T. and Wang, X.(2002). Palynological evidence for environmental change in the Indonesian-northern Australian region over the last 140,000 to 300,000 years.In: Kershaw, A.P., B. David , N.J. Tapper, D. Penny, and Brown, J. (eds.) Bridging Wallace’s Line: The Environmental and Cultural History and Dynamics of the Southeast Asian – Australian Region pp. 97-118. Catena Verlag., Reiskirchen, Germany.

    Kershaw, A.P., Quilty, P.G., van Huet, S., David, B. and McMinn, A. (2000). The Quaternary. In: Contributions to Phanerozoic Biogeography of Australasian Faunas and Floras. Australasian Association of Palaeontologists Memoirs, 23: 461-506.

    Kershaw, A.P. , Penny, D., van der Kaars, S.,Anshari, G. and Thamotherampillai, A. (in press). Evidence for vegetation and climate in lowland southeast Asia at the Last Glacial Maximum.In: Melcalfe, I., Smith, J.M.B., Morwood, M. and Davidson, I. (eds.)Floral and Faunal Migrations and Evolution in Australia-Southeast Asia pp. 227-236. Balkema, Lisse,.

    Kershaw, A.P., Clark, J.S. and Gill, A.M. (2002). A history of fire in Australia. In: Bradstock, R., Williams, J. and Gill, A.M. (eds.)Flammable Australia: the Fire Regimes and Biodiversity of a Continent, pp. 3-25. Cambridge University Press.

    Kershaw, A.P., M.B. Bush, G.S. Hope, K-F. Weiss, J.G. Goldammer, and R. Sanford (1997). The contribution of humans to past biomass burning in the tropics. In: J. Clark et al.(eds.) Sediment Records of Biomass Burning and Global Change. Springer, Berlin, pp.413-442.

    Kershaw, A.P., Reid, M. and Bulman, D. (1997). The nature and development of peatlands in Victoria, Australia’. In: J.O. Rieley and S.E. Page (eds.) Biodiversity and Sustainability of Tropical Peatlands pp. 81-92. Samara Press, Tresaith, Cardigan.

    Kershaw, A.P., Quilty, P.G., David, B., van Huet S. and McMinn A. (2000).. Palaeobiogeography of the Quaternary of Australasia.In: A.J. Wright, G.C. Young, J.A. Talent and J.R. Laurie (eds.),Palaeobiogeography of Australasian Faunas and Floras. Memoir of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists 23, pp. 471-516, Canberra.

    Lourandos, H. and David, B. (2002). Long-term archaeological and environmental trends: a comparison from late Pleistocene-Holocene Australia. In: Kershaw, A.P., David B., Tapper N.J., Penny D., and Brown J. (eds.), Bridging Wallace’s Line: the Environmental and Cultural History and Dynamics of the Australian-Southeast Asian Region, pp. 307-338. Advances in Geoecology 34, Catena Verlag GMBH, Reiskirchen.

    McNiven, I., David, B. and Brayer, J. (in press). Kabadul Kula rock-art site, Dauan Island, Torres Strait. In: I. McNiven and M. Quinnell (eds.), Torres Strait: archaeology and material culture. Special Issue of Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, Cultural Heritage Series, Brisbane.

    McNiven, I. and David, B. (in press). Torres Strait rock-art: overview of sites and pigment sources. In: I. McNiven and M. Quinnell (eds.), Torres Strait: archaeology and material culture. Special Issue of Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, Cultural Heritage Series, Brisbane.

    Moss, P.T. and Kershaw, A.P. (1999).Evidence from marine ODP Site 820 of fire/vegetation/climate patterns in the humid tropics of Australia over the last 250,000 years. In: Proceedings, Australian Bushfire Conference Albury, July 1999, pp. 269-279.

    Reid, M. (2002). A diatom-based palaeoecological study of two billabongs on the Goulburn River floodplain, southeast Australia.In: John, J. (ed.) Proceedings of the 15th International Diatom Symposium, Perth, Australia 28 September – 2 October 1998 pp. 237-253. Königstein, Koeltz Scientific Books:.

    Reid, M. (1998). A fine resolution palaeoecology of recent sediments from Lake Wellington, Gippsland Lakes, Victoria. In: Newall, P. (ed.) Proceedings of the First Australian Diatom Workshop, Warrnambool, Australia, 1-3 February, 1997. Deakin University School of Ecology and Environment, Technical Paper 1998/1, 86-91

    Reid, M. (1998). A palaeoecological study of billabongs of the Goulburn River floodplain. In: Newall, P. (ed.) Proceedings of the First Australian Diatom Workshop, Warrnambool, Australia, 1-3 February, 1997. Deakin University School of Ecology and Environment, Technical Paper1998/1 , 64-80.

    Roberts, N., Eastwood, W., Lamb, H. and Tibby, J. (1997). The age and consequences of mid-late Holocene environmental changes in southwest Turkey. In: Nuzhte-Dalfes, H., Kukla, G. and Weiss, H. (eds.).Third Millennium BC Climate Change and Old World Collapse, pp. 409-429. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg.

    Tibby, J. (1998). A diatom-based history of Burrinjuck Reservoir (southern New South Wales) and its catchment. In: Newall, P.(ed.) Proceedings of the First Australian Diatom Workshop, Warrnambool, Australia, 1-3 February, 1997. Deakin University School of Ecology and Environment, Technical Paper 1998/1 , 52-63.

    Tibby, J. (1998). A mid-Holocene to present palaeoecological study of the Tuross Lakes system, south coast, New South Wales. In: Newall, P.(ed.) Proceedings of the First Australian Diatom Workshop, Warrnambool, Australia, 1-3 February, 1997. Deakin University School of Ecology and Environment, Technical Paper 1998/1 , 92-103.

    Wilson, M. and David, B. Introduction. (2002). In:David, B. and Wilson, M. (eds.), Inscribed Landscapes: marking and making place, pp. 1-9. University of Hawai‘i Press, Honolulu.

    Refereed journal articles

    Anshari, G., Kershaw, A.P. and van der Kaars, S.(2001). A Late Pleistocene and Holocene pollen and charcoal record from peat swamp forest, Lake Sentarum Wildlife Reserve, West Kalimantan, Indonesia.Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 171: 213-228.

    Ariztegui, D., Asioli, A., Lowe, J.J., Trincardi, F., Vigliotti, L., Tamburini, F. Accorsi, C.A., Bandini Mazzanti, M., Mercuri, A.M., van der Kaars, S., Chondrogianni, C., McKenzie, J.A. and Oldfield, F. (2000). Palaeoclimate and the formation of sapropel S1: inferences from Late Quaternary lacustrine and marine sequences in the Central Mediterranean region.Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 158: 215-240.

    Armitage, R.A., David, B., Hyman, M., Rowe, M.W., Tuniz, C., Lawson, E., Jacobsen G. and Hua, Q. (1998). Radiocarbon determinations on Chillagoe rock paintings: small sample Accelerator Mass Spectrometry. Records of the Australian Museum, 50 (3): 285-292.

    Bennett, K.D., Haberle, S.G., and Lumley, S.H. (2000). The Last Glacial – Holocene transition in southern Chile. Science, 290: 325-328.

    Bird, M.I. Ayliffe, L.K., Fifield, L.K., Turney, C.S.M., Cresswell, R.G., Barrows, T.T. and David, B. (1999). Radiocarbon dating of ‘old’ charcoal using a wet oxidation, stepped-combustion procedure. Radiocarbon, 41 (2): 127-140.

    Bishop, P, Penny, D., Stark, M. and Scott, M. (in press). A 3.5ka record of paleoenvironments and human occupation at Angkor Borei, Mekong delta, southern Cambodia. Geoarchaeology, 18(3)

    Bohte, A. and Kershaw, A.P. (1999). Taphonomic influences on the interpretation of the palaeoecological records from Lynch’s Crater, northeastern Australia. Quaternary International, 57/58: 49-59.

    Carcaillet, C., Almquist, H., Asnong, H., Bradshaw, R.H.W., Carrion, J.S., Gajewski, K., Haas, J.N., Haberle, S.G., Hadorn, P., Richard, P.J.H., Richoz, I., Sánchez Goñi, M.F., von Stedingk, H., Stevenson, A.C., Talon, B., Tardy, C., Tinner, W., Tryterud, E., Wick, L., Willis, K.J.,(2002). Holocene fires and global dynamics of carbon-cycle. Chemosphere, 49: 845-863.

    Cheddadi, R., Lamb, H.F., Guiot, J. and van der Kaars, S. (1998). Holocene climatic change in Morocco: a quantitative reconstruction from pollen data. Climate Dynamics, 14: 883-891.

    Chivas, A.R., García, A., van der Kaars, S., Couapel, M.J.J., Holt, S., Reeves, M.R., Wheeler, D.J., Switzer, A.D., Murray-Wallace, C.V., Banerjee, D., Price, D.M., Wang, S.X., Pearson, G., Edgar, N.T., Beaufort, L., De Deckker, P., Lawson, E. and Cecil, C.B. (2001). Sea-level and environmental changes since the last interglacial in the Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia: an overview. Quaternary International, 83-85: 19-46.

    D’Costa, D.M. and Kershaw, A.P. (1997). An expanded recent pollen database from southeastern Australia and its potential for refinement of palaeoclimatic estimates. Australian Journal of Botany, 45: 583-605.

    Dam, R.A.C., Fluin, J., Suparan, P. and van der Kaars, S. (2001). Palaeoenvironmental developments in the Lake Tondano area (N. Sulawesi, Indonesia) since 33,000 B.P. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 171: 147-183.

    David, B. Landscape: the rise and fall of a concept.Cambridge Archaeological Journal, in press.

    David, B. Archaeology of a Dreaming mountain in NE Australia. Waikato Radiocarbon Laboratory Newsletter, 5, in press.

    David, B. (2000). Painted Ell: further evidence for late Holocene abandonment of Ngarrabullgan (north Queensland). The Artefact, 23: 35-40.

    David, B. (1999). Whiter Landscapes? The rise and fall of a concept. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 9 (2): 294-295.

    David, B. (1999). The first Regional Training Course on Rock-Art Painting Conservation for SE Asia and the Pacific, Indonesia. Rock Art Research, 16 (1): 55-56.

    David, B. (1998). Rock art of southeast Cape York Peninsula: Bonney Glen Station. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, 1(1): 127-136.

    David, B. and Lourandos, H. (1999). Landscape as mind: land use, cultural space and change in north Queensland prehistory.Quaternary International , 59: 107-123.

    David, B. and Lourandos, H. (1998). Rock art and socio-demography in northeastern Australian prehistory. World Archaeology, 30 (2): 193-219.

    David, B. and Lourandos, H. (1997). 37,000 years and more in tropical Australia. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 63: 1-23.

    David, B. and Wilson, M. (1999). Re-reading the landscape: place and identity in NE Australia during the late Holocene. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 9 (2): 163-188.

    David, B., Armitage, R.A., Rowe, M.W. and. Lawson, E.(2001). Landscapes in transition? New radiocarbon dates on cave paintings from the Mitchell-Palmer limestone belt (northeastern Australia). American Indian Rock Art, 27: 107-116.

    David, B., Armitage, R.A., Hyman, M., Rowe M. and Lawson E. (1999). How old is north Queensland’s rock-art? a review of the evidence, with new AMS determinations. Archaeology in Oceania, 34 (3): 103-120.

    David, B., Brayer, J. McNiven, I. and Watchman, A. (2001). Why digital enhancement of rock paintings works: rescaling and saturating colours. Antiquity, 75: 781-792.

    David, B., Langton, M., McNiven, I. (in press). Re-inventing the wheel: indigenous peoples and the master race in Philip Ruddock’s ‘wheel’ comments. Philosophy, Activism, Nature.

    David, B., Lecole, M., Lourandos, H., Baglioni Jnr, A.J. and Flood, J. (1999). Investigating relationships between motif forms, techniques and rock surfaces in north Australian rock art. Australian Archaeology, 48: 16-22.

    David, B., Roberts, R., Tuniz, C., Jones, R. and Head, J.(1997). New optical and radiocarbon dates from Ngarrabullgan cave, a Pleistocene archaeological site in Australia: implications for the comparability of time clocks and for the human colonisation of Australia.Antiquity , 71: 183-188.

    David, B., Walt, H., Lourandos, H., Rowe, M., Brayer, J. and Tuniz, C. (1997). Ordering the rock paintings of the Mitchell-Palmer limestone zone (Australia) for AMS dating. The Artefact, 20: 57-72.

    De Deckker, P., Tapper, N.J. and van der Kaars, S. (2003). The status of the Indo-Pacific Warm Pool and adjacent land at the Last Glacial Maximum.Global and Planetary Change, 35, 25-35.

    Dickinson, W. and Bleakley, N.L. Comparative petrology of the Sirius Group Table Mountain and Mount Feather, Dry Valleys Area, Antarctica.Journal of Sedimentary Research, in press.

    Eastwood, W. J., Tibby, J., Roberts, C.N.R., Lamb, H.F., Birks, H.J.B. (2002). The environmental impact of the Minoan eruption of Santorini (Thera): statistical analysis of palaeoecological data from Gölhisar, southwest Turkey. The Holocene, 12(4): 431-444.

    Eastwood, W.J., Roberts, C.N.R., Lamb, H.F. and Tibby, J.(1999). Holocene environmental changes in southwest Turkey: a palaeoecological record of lake and catchment changes. Quaternary Science Reviews,18, 671-695.

    Eltz, T., Brühl, C.A., van der Kaars, S. , Chey, V.K. and Linsenmair, K.E. (2001). Pollen foraging and resource partitioning of stingless bees in relation to flowering phenology in a South-East Asian tropical rainforest.Insectes Sociaux, 48: 273-279.

    Eltz, T., Brühl, C.A., van der Kaars, S. and Linsenmair, K.E. (2001). Assessing stingless bee pollen diet by analysis of garbage pellets: a new method. Apidologie, 32: 341-353.

    Eltz, T., Brühl, C.A., van der Kaars, S. and Linsenmair, K.E. (2002). Determinants of stingless bee nest density in lowland dipterocarp forests of Sabah, Malaysia. Oecologia , 131: 27-34.

    Fullagar, R. and David, B. (1997). Investigating changing attitudes towards an Australian Aboriginal Dreaming mountain over >37,000 years of occupation via residue and use wear analyses of stone artefacts.Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 7(1): 139-144.

    Gagan, M.K., Hendy, E.J., Haberle, S.G., and Hantoro, W.S.(submitted). Post-glacial evolution of the Indo-Pacific Warm Pool and El Niño-Southern Oscillation. Quaternary International.

    Gell, P. A., Sluiter, I.R., Fluin, J. (in press). Seasonal and inter-annual variations in diatom assemblages in Murray River-connected wetlands in northwest Victoria, Australia. Marine & Freshwater Research.

    Goodall, R. and David, B. (2001). Mineralogical and chemical analyses of an ochred rock, Ngarrabullgan Cave (N Qld, Australia).Rock Art Research, 18: 58-60.

    Grindrod, J., Moss, P. and van der Kaars, S.(1999). Late Quaternary cycles of mangrove development and decline on the north Australian continental shelf. Journal of Quaternary Science, 14, 465-470.

    Haberle, S.G. (1998). Dating the evidence for prehistoric agricultural change in the highlands of New Guinea: the last 2000 years.Australian Archaeology, 47: 1-19.

    Haberle, S.G. (1998). Late Quaternary vegetation change in the Tari Basin, Papua New Guinea. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 137: 1-24.

    Haberle, S.G. and Lumley, S.H. (1998). A postglacial eruption history of Hudson volcano, southwestern Chile. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 84: 239-256.

    Haberle, S.G. and Maslin, M. (1999). Late Quaternary vegetation and climate change in the Amazon Basin based on a 50,000 year pollen record from the Amazon Fan, ODP Site 932. Quaternary Research, 51: 27-38.

    Haberle, S.G., and Chepstow-Lusty, A. (2000). Can climate influence cultural development?: a view through time. Environment and History, 6: 349-369.

    Haberle, S.G., Szeicz, J.M., Bennett, K.D., (2000). Late Holocene vegetation dynamics and lake geochemistry at Laguna Miranda, Region XI, Chile. Revista Chilena de Natural Historia, 73: 655-669.

    Haberle, S.G. and Bennett, K.D. (2001). Modern pollen rain and lake mud-water interface geochemistry along environmental gradients in southern Chile. Review of Palynology and Palaeobotany , 117: 93-107.

    Haberle, S.G., Hope, G.S. and Van der Kaars, W.A. (2001). Biomass burning in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea: natural and human induced fire events in the fossil record. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology , 171: 259-268.

    Haberle, S.G. and Ledru, M.-P. (2001). Correlations among charcoal records of fires from the past 16,000 years in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, and Central and South America. Quaternary Research, 55: 97-104.

    Haberle, S.G. (2002). Late Quaternary vegetation dynamics and human impact on Alexander Selkirk Island, Chile. Journal of Biogeography, 29: in press.

    Haberle, S.G. (2003). The emergence of an agricultural landscape in the Highlands of New Guinea. Archaeology in Oceania: in press.

    Haberle, S.G., and David, B. (submitted). Human Dimensions of Holocene Environmental Change in Low Latitudes of the PEPII Transect. Quaternary International.

    Hall, L. and David B. (1997). A rock in time.Australian Geographic , 46: 106-121.

    Harle, K.J., Heijnis, H., Chisari, R., Kershaw, A.P., Zoppi, U. and Jacobsen, G. (2002). A chronology for the long pollen record from Lake Wangoom, western Victoria (Australia) as derived from uranium/thorium disequilibrium dating. Journal of Quaternary Science, 17(7): 707-720.

    Jenkins, M.A. and Kershaw, A.P. (1997). A mid-late Holocene vegetation record from an interdunal swamp, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria.Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 109: 133-148.

    Kealhofer, L. and Penny, D. (1998). 14,000 years of vegetation change in northeast Thailand’ Review of Palaeobotany & Palynology, 103: 83-93.

    Kershaw, A.P. (in press). The history, palaeoclimatic significance and present day status of the southern conifer families Araucariaceae and Podocarpaceae, with special reference to Australia.Revista Universidade Guarulhos Geociencias.

    Kershaw, A.P. (1998). Estimates of regional climatic variation within southeastern Australia since the Last Glacial Maximum from pollen data.Palaeoclimates – Data and Modelling, 3: 107-134.

    Kershaw, A.P. (1997). A bioclimatic analysis of Early to Middle Miocene brown coal floras, Latrobe Valley, southeastern Australia.Australian Journal of Botany, 45: 373-387.

    Kershaw, A.P. (1997). A modification of the Troels-Smith system of sediment description and portrayal. Quaternary Australasia, 15/2: 63-68.

    Kershaw, A.P. and Wagstaff, B.E. (2001). The southern conifer family Araucariaceae: history, status, and value for palaeoenvironmental reconstruction. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 32: 397-414.

    Kershaw, A.P., Moss, P.T. and van der Kaars, S.(1997). Environmental change and the human occupation of Australia’Anthropologie , XXXV/2-3: 35-43.

    Kershaw, A.P. , Moss, P.T. and van der Kaars, S. (in press). Causes and consequences of long-term climatic variability on the Australian continent. Freshwater Biology

    Lamb, H., Roberts, N., Leng, M., Barker, P., Benkaddour, A. and van der Kaars, S. (1999). Lake evolution in a semi-arid montane environment: reponse to catchment change and hydroclimatic variation.Journal of Paleolimnology 21: 325-343.

    Lloyd, P.J. and Kershaw, A.P. (1997). Late Quaternary vegetation and early Holocene quantitative climatic estimates from Morwell Swamp, Latrobe Valley, southeastern Australia. Australian Journal of Botany, 45, 549-563.

    Lourandos, H. and David, B. (1998). Comparing long-term archaeological and environmental trends: north Queensland, arid and semiarid Australia. The Artefact 21: 105-114.

    R. Marchant, H. Behling, A. Cleef, S. Harrison, H. Hooghiemstra, V. Markgraf, C. Prentice, M.L. Absy, T. Ager, R. Anderson, C. Baied, S. Bjorck, R. Byrne, M. Bush, J. Duivenvoorden, J. Flenley, P. De Oliveira, B. van Geel, K. Graf, S.G. Haberle, T. van der Hammen, B. Hansen, S. Horn, P. Kuhry, M.-P. Ledru, B. Leyden, S. Garcia-Lozano, A.B.M. Melief, P. Moreno, N.T. Moar, A.R. Prieto, G. van Reenen, M.L. Salgado-Labouriau, F. Schabitz, E.J. Schreve-Brinkman ‘Pollen-based biome reconstructions for Latin America at 0, 6000 and 18,000 radiocarbon years’ Journal of Biogeography BIOME 6000 special issue, in press

    McKenzie, G.M. (2002). The late Quaternary vegetation history of the south-central highlands of Victoria, Australia. II. Sites below 900 m.Austral Ecology , 27: 32-54.

    McKenzie, G. M. (1997). The late Quaternary vegetation history of the south-central highlands of Victoria, Australia. I. Sites above 900 m Australian Journal of Ecology, 22: 19-36.

    McKenzie, G.M. and Kershaw, A.P. (2000). The last glacial cycle from Wyelangta, the Otway Region of Victoria, Australia’Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 155: 177-193.

    McKenzie G. M. and Kershaw, A.P. (1997). A vegetation history and quantitative estimate of Holocene climate from Chapple Vale, in the Otway Region of Victoria, Australia. Australian Journal of Botany, 45: 565-581.

    McMinn, A., Bleakley, N.L., Steinburner, K., Roberts, D. and Trenery, L. Effects of permanent sea ice cover and different nutrient regimes on the phytoplankton succession of fjords of the Vestfold Hills Oasis, eastern Antarctica. Journal of Plankton Research, in press.

    McNiven, I., David, B. and Brayer, J. (2000). Digital enhancement of Torres Strait rock-art. Antiquity, 74: 759-760.

    McNiven, I.J., David, B. and Lourandos, H. (1999). Long-term Aboriginal use of western Victoria: reconsidering the significance of recent Pleistocene dates for the Grampians-Gariwerd region. Archaeology in Oceania, 34 (2): 83-85.

    Moss, P.T. and Kershaw, A.P. (2000). The last glacial cycle from the humid tropics of northeastern Australia: comparison of a terrestrial and a marine record. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 155: 155-176.

    Ogden, R., Spooner, N, Reid, M., Head, J. (2001). Sediment dates with implications for the age of conversion from palaeochannel to modern fluvial activity on the Murray River and tributaries. Quaternary International,83-85 , 195-209.

    Penny, D. (2001). A 40,000 year palynological record from north-east Thailand; implications for biogeography and palaeo-environmental reconstruction. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 171: 97-128.

    Penny, D. (1999). Palaeoenvironmental analysis of the Sakon Nakhon basin, north-east Thailand; palynological perspectives on climate change and human occupation. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association , 18(2): 139-149.

    Penny, D. (1999). Pollen grains in the sands of time; Lake sediments contribute to the archaeology of Thailand. Expedition, 14(3): 32-36.

    Porch, N. and Elias, S. A. (2000). Quaternary beetles: A review and issues for Australian studies. Australian Journal of Entomology , 39(1): 1-9.

    Reid, M., Fluin, J., Ogden, R.,Tibby, J. and Kershaw, P. (in press). Long-term perspectives on human impacts on floodplain-river ecosystems, Murray-Darling Basin, Australia.Verhandlungen der Internationalen Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie.

    Rowe, C. , Stanisic, J., David B. and Lourandos, H. (2001). The helicinid land snail Pleuropoma extincta (Odhner 1917). as an environmental indicator in archaeology. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, 46(2): 741-770.

    Suparan, P., Dam, R.A.C., van der Kaars, S. and T. E. Wong, T.E.(2001). Late Quaternary tropical lowland environments on Halmahera, Indonesia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 171: 229-258.

    Thoms, M. C., Ogden, R.W., Reid, M.A. (1999). Establishing the condition of lowland floodplain rivers: a palaeo-ecological approach.Freshwater Biology, 41 : 407-423.

    Tibby, J., (in press). Explaining lake and catchment change using sediment derived and written histories: An Australian perspective. Science of the Total Environment.

    Tibby, J. (2001). Diatoms as indicators of sedimentary processes in Burrinjuck Reservoir, southern NSW, Australia. Quaternary International , 83-85 : 245-256.

    Turney, C.S.M., Bird, M.I., Fifield, L.K., Kershaw, A.P., Cresswell, R.G., Santos, G.M., di Tada, M.L., Hausladen, P.A. and Youping, Z. (2001). Development of a robust 14C chronology for Lynch’s Crater (North Queensland, Australia). using different pretreatment strategies.Radiocarbon, 43: 45-54.

    Turney, C.S.M., Kershaw, A.P., Moss, P., Bird, M.I., Fifield, L.K., Cresswell, R.G., Santos, G.M., di Tada, M.L., Hausladen, P.A. and Youping, Z. (2001). Redating the onset of burning at Lynch’s Crater (North Queensland): implications for human settlement in Australia. Journal of Quaternary Science, 16: 767-771.

    van der Kaars, S. (2001). Pollen distribution in marine sediments from the south-eastern Indonesian waters. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology , 171: 341-361.

    van der Kaars, S. (1998). Marine and terrestrial pollen records of the last glacial cycle from the Indonesian region: Bandung basin and Banda Sea.Palaeoclimates – Data and Modelling, 3: 209-219.

    van der Kaars, W.A. and Dam, M.A.C. (1997). Vegetation and climate change in West-Java, Indonesia during the last 135,000-years. Quaternary International, 37: 67-71.

    van der Kaars, S. and De Deckker, P. (in press). A Late Quaternary pollen record from deep-sea core Fr10/95-GC17 offshore Cape Range Peninsula, northwestern Western Australia. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology.

    van der Kaars, S., Wang, X., Kershaw, A.P., Guichard, F. and Setiabudi, D.A. (2000). A late Quaternary palaeoecological record from the Banda Sea, Indonesia: patterns of vegetation, climate and biomass burning in Indonesia and northern Australia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 155: 135-153.

    van der Kaars, S., Penny, D., Tibby, J., Fluin, J., Dam, R. and Suparan, P. (2001). Late Quaternary palaeoecology, palynology and palaeolimnology of a tropical lowland swamp: Rawa Danau, West Java, Indonesia.Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 171: 185-212.

    Verschuren, D., Tibby, J., Leavitt, P.R. and Roberts, C.N (1999). The environmental history of a climate-sensitive lake in the former “White Highlands” of central Kenya. Ambio, 28(6) : 494-501.

    Verschuren, D., Cocquyt, C, Tibby, J. Roberts, C.N and Leavitt, P.R. (1999). Two centuries of change in the biology of a fluctuating tropical soda lake. Limnology and Oceanography, 44(5): 1216-1231.

    Verschuren, D., Tibby, J., Sabbe, K. and Roberts, N.(2000). Effects of lake level, salinity and substrate on the benthic invertebrate community of a shallow tropical lake system. Ecology,81(1) : 164-182.

    Wagstaff, B.E., Kershaw, A.P., O’Sullivan, P.B., Harle, K.J. and Edwards, J. (2001). An Early to Middle Pleistocene palynological record from the volcanic crater of Pejark Marsh, Western Plains of Victoria, southeastern Australia. Quaternary International, 83-85: 211-232.

    Wagstaff , B.E. Constantine, A.E. and McEwen-Mason, J.R.C. (1997). Palynological dating of Strzelecki Group sediments associated with Lower Cretaceous labyrinthodont fossils, Victoria, Australia.Palaeontographica. Abteilung B, Paläophytologie , 247: 19-23.

    Walt, H., David, B. , Brayer, J. and Musello, C. (1997). The International Rock Art Database Project. Rock Art Research 14 (1): 44-50.

    Wang, X., van der Kaars, S., Kershaw, A.P., Bird, M. and Jansen, F. (1999). A record of vegetation and climate through the last three glacial cycles from Lombok Ridge core G6-4, eastern Indian Ocean, Indonesia.Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology , 147: 241-256.

    Watchman, A., David, B., McNiven, I.J. and Flood, J. (2000). Micro-archaeology of engraved and painted rock surface crusts at Yiwarlarlay (the Lightning Brothers site), Northern Territory, Australia. Journal of Archaeological Science, 27: 315-325.

    White, J.C., Penny, D., Maloney, B. & Kealhofer, L. (in review). Vegetation changes from the Terminal Pleistocene through the Holocene from three areas of archaeological significance in Thailand. Quaternary International.

    Wilson, M., Sanhampath, J., Senembe, P.D., David, B., Hall, N. and Abong, M. (2000). ‘Tufala kev blong devil’: people and spirits in north west Malakula, Vanuatu – implications for management. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites, 4: 151-166.

    Books and special journal issues

    Dam, R., van der Kaars, S. and Kershaw, A.P. (2001).Quaternary Environmental Change in the Indonesian Region. Special issue,Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, vol.171, 428 pp.

    David, B. (2002). Landscapes, Rock-art and the Dreaming: an archaeology of preunderstanding. Continuum, London.

    David, B. and Wilson, M. (eds.). (2002). Inscribed Landscapes: marking and making place. University of Hawai‘i Press, Honolulu.

    David, B. (ed.). Ngarrabullgan: Geographical Investigations in Djungan Country, Cape York Peninsula. Monash Publications in Geography and Environmental Science 51. Monash University, Melbourne, 1998.

    Kershaw, A.P. and C. Whitlock (eds.) (2000). Last Glacial-Interglacial Cycle: Patterns and Causes of Change. Special issue,Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, vol. 155 (1-2), 209 pp.

    Kershaw, A.P., David, B., Tapper, N.J., Penny, D. and Brown, J. (2002). Bridging Wallace’s Line: The Environmental and Cultural History and Dynamics of the Southeast Asian – Australian Region. Catena Verlag., Reiskirchen, Germany, 360 pp.

    Kershaw, A.P., Pittock, B. and Simmonds, I. (eds.) (1998).Climate Change in the Australian Region: Quantifying the Past to Understand the Future. Special Issue, Palaeoclimates: Data and Modelling, vol. 3, 238 pp.

    Partridge, T., Kershaw, A.P. and Iriondo, M. (eds.) (1999).Palaeoclimates of the Southern Hemisphere During the Last 200,000 Years: Data, Models and Regional Syntheses. Special issue, Quaternary International, vols. 58/58, 235 pp.

    Sonneman, J.A., Sincock, A., Fluin, J., Reid, M., Newall, P., Tibby, J. and Gell, P. (1999). An illustrated guide to common stream diatoms from temperate Australia. Thurgoona, Cooperative Research Centre for Freshwater Ecology, 166 pp.

    Williams, M.A.J., Dunkerley, D.L., De Deckker, P., Kershaw, A.P. and Chappell, J. (1998). Quaternary Environments, (Second Edition) Edward Arnold, London, 329 pp.

    Reviews and non-refereed articles

    David, B. (in press). Review of A. Sagona’s (ed.)’Bruising the Red Earth’ Australian Archaeology.

    David, B. (in press). Review of P.V. Kirch’s ‘Feathered Gods and Fishhooks: an Introduction to Hawaiian Archaeology and Prehistory.Discovering Archaeology .

    David, B. (in press). Review of A. Patterson’s ‘A Field Guide to Rock Art Symbols of the Greater Southwest’ Discovering Archaeology.

    David, B. (1998). Review of R. Bradley’s ‘Rock Art and the Prehistory of Atlantic Europe: Signing the Land’. Rock Art Research, 15 (1), 51.

    David, B. (1997). Review of P. Ucko’s (ed.) ‘Theory in Archaeology: a World Perspective’ Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 63, 421-422.

    David, B. (1997). Review of C. Carr and J.E. Neitzel’s (eds.) ‘Style, Society, and Person: Archaeological and Ethnological Perspectives’. Australian Archaeology, 45, 65-66.

    Kershaw, A.P. (2000). Review of ‘Australian Rainforests: Islands of Green in a Land of Fire’, by D.M.J.S. Bowman. Journal of Ecology, 88: 929-930.

    Kershaw, A.P. (2000). Review of ‘Environmental Change in the Pacific Basin. Chronologies, Causes, Consequences’ by Patrick D, Nunn.Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 157: 162-163.

    Van der Kaars, S. , Kershaw, A.P., Tapper, N., Moss, P. and Turney, C. (2001). Pollen records of the last glacial cycle in the Southern Hemisphere tropics of the PEPII transect. PAGES News. 9,2: 11-12.

    Articles selected for inclusion in Readers

    B. David, I. McNiven, V. Attenbrow, J. Flood and J. Collins. Of Lightning Brothers and White Cockatoos: dating the antiquity of signifying systems in the Northern Territory, Australia. In: T. Murray (ed.), Archaeology of Aboriginal Australia: a Reader, pp. 290-304. Allen & Unwin, St. Leonards, 1998.

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