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2019Abiotic degradation of highly branched isoprenoid alkenes and other lipids in the water column off East AntarcticaRontani, J.; Smik, L.; Belt, S.; Vaultier, F.; Armbrecht, L.; Leventer, A.; Armand, L.
2019Housing implications of individual budget home care models for older renters: an Australian case studyCornell, V.
2019Fatness, obesity and disadvantage in the Australian suburbs: unpalatable politicsWarin, M.; Zivkovic, T.
2019Identifying ecological red lines in China's Yangtze River Economic Belt: a regional approachXu, X.; Yang, G.; Tan, Y.
2019Interculturalism and responsive reflexivity in a settler colonial contextKearney, A.
2019Public open space exposure measures in Australian health research: a critical review of the literatureLamb, K.; Mavoa, S.; Coffee, N.; Parker, K.; Richardson, E.; Thornton, L.
2019Climate change in Nepal: a comprehensive analysis of instrumental data and people's perceptionsShrestha, U.; Shrestha, A.; Aryal, S.; Shrestha, S.; Gautam, M.; Ojha, H.
2019Development of a spreadsheet-based model for transient groundwater modellingAnkor, M.; Tyler, J.
2019Development of an autonomous, monthly and daily, rainfall sampler for isotope researchAnkor, M.; Tyler, J.; Hughes, C.
2019‘Co-creating meeting spaces’: feminist ethnographic fieldwork in BangladeshWilliams, S.; Drew, G.
2018Cycling related content in the driver licensing processBonham, J.; Johnson, M.; Haworth, N.
2018Forecasting and foreclosing futures: the temporal dissonance of advance care directivesZivkovic, T.
2018Ecosystem services trade-offs and determinants in China's Yangtze River Economic Belt from 2000 to 2015Xu, X.; Yang, G.; Tan, Y.; Liu, J.; Hu, H.
2018Returning to that which was never lost: Indigenous Australian saltwater identities, a history of land claims and the paradox of returnKearney, A.
2018Spot, log, map: Assessing a marine virtual citizen science program against Reed's best practice for stakeholder participation in environmental managementNursey-Bray, M.; Palmer, R.; Pecl, G.
2018When did homo sapiens first reach Southeast Asia and Sahul?O Connell, J.; Allen, J.; Williams, M.; Williams, A.; Turney, C.; Spooner, N.; Kamminga, J.; Brown, G.; Cooper, A.
2018Lake-wetland ecosystem services modeling and valuation: progress, gaps and future directionsXu, X.; Jiang, B.; Tan, Y.; Costanza, R.; Yang, G.
2018Climate change, bushfire risk, and environmental values: examining a potential risk perception threshold in peri-urban South AustraliaBardsley, D.; Moskwa, E.; Weber, D.; Robinson, G.; Waschl, N.; Bardsley, A.
2018Adapting to climate change: lessons from farmers and peri-urban fringe residents in South AustraliaRobinson,, G.; Bardsley, D.; Raymond, C.; Underwood, T.; Moskwa, E.; Weber, D.; Waschl, N.; Bardsley, A.
2018Rock art as cultural expressions of social relationships and kinshipBrady, L.; Bradley, J.; Kearney, A.