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Science meets parliament: National press club and parliament house Canberra, March 8-9 2005 29 27 0
INQUA mid-conference field trip report to Undara Lava Tubes 35 35 0
Channel breakdown and floodplain wetland morphodynamics in the Macquarie Marshes, south-eastern Australia 42 41 0
Scales and mechanisms of channel breakdown, lower Macquarie river and Macquarie Marshes 125 125 0
Wandering wetlands: an investigation of geomorphic processes in the Macquarie Marshes 43 40 0
Geomorphology and sedimentary products of avulsion and floodout in a lowland-dryland floodplain wetland, south-eastern Australia 28 28 0
Macquarie Marshes: evidence of recent channel movement and discontinuous biological records in floodplain sediments 101 94 0
Palaeolimnological study of the Macquarie Marshes, Australia: evidence of channel movement during the Holocene based on algae (Charophytes, diatoms), macrophytes and invertebrates 76 76 0
Dryland wetlands : the Holocene response of inland rivers in Australia 126 131 0
Fallout radionuclides, single-grain OSL and AMS 14C dating indicate reworking and deposition of recent sediments in the Southern Macquarie Marshes, Australia 73 60 0
Holocene channel breakdown and floodplain wetlands: the geomorphology and sedimentology of the Macquarie Marshes, south-eastern Australia 61 50 0
Geomorphic and ecologic impacts of artificial in-channel and floodplain structures in inland Australian floodplain wetlands 51 45 0
Floodouts, drainage breakdown and wetland formation in a losing river in Eastern Australia 133 31 0
Sedimentary and palaeoecological indicators of geomorphic and hydrologic change in Deep Lagoon Macquarie Marshes, Central NSW 124 123 0
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