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Bolstering tertiary science in Australia 54 55 0
Where was the Buchan Beach? A brachiopod investigation 60 60 0
The Early Cambrian tommotiid Micrina, a sessile bivalved stem group brachiopod 188 189 0
A Climate change : computers and how to use them 38 113 0
Editorial : A Fond scientific and educational farewell! (Science education news) 140 134 2
Unravelling the mysteries of early animal evolution 20 20 0
Editorial : Eurekas turn 20! (Science education news) 36 35 0
Editorial : Resourcing the national curriculum for science (Science education news) 72 49 0
Editorial : Interdisciplinary advances (Science education news) 130 121 1
Where was the Buchan Beach? A brachiopod investigation 37 40 0
Editorial : Textbooks go digital (Science education news) 40 44 0
Highly silicified Early Devonian (Emsian) brachiopods from the Murrindal Limestone, Buchan, eastern Victoria 72 72 0
Editorial : The Value of science communication (Science education news) 47 38 1
Early Silurian linguliform brachiopod biostratigraphy and oceanic turnover events 13 13 0
Brachiopod faunal turnover across the Ireviken and end - pesavis bio-events in Australia 32 24 0
The last of the 'Mohicans'? a new siphonotretid brachiopod from the silurian of New South Wales 18 18 0
Palaeontological perspectives on taxonomic techniques 13 13 0
Linguliformean brachiopod faunal turnover across the Ireviken Event (Silurian) at Boree Creek, central-western New South Wales, Australia 50 50 0
Silicified emsian (early Devonian) brachiopods from the Murrindal Limestone, Buchan, Victoria 16 16 0
A thorny problem revisited: a systematic review of the siphonotretid brachiopods 26 25 0
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