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Geo-botany of the cretaceous to neogene

Author(s)Macphail, Michael; Hill, Robert S; Partridge, Alan, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2014
Date Created-

High-throughput sequencing of ancient plant and mammal DNA preserved in herbivore middens

Author(s)Murray, Daithi C; Pearson, Stuart G; Fullagar, Richard, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2012
Date Created-

Lake George revisited: New evidence for the origin and evolution of a large closed lake, Southern Tablelands, NSW, Australia

Author(s)Macphail, Michael; Fifield, L Keith; Pillans, Bradley, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2015
Date Created-
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Last interglacial climates of south-eastern Australia: plant and beetle-based reconstructions from Yarra Creek, King Island, Tasmania

Author(s)Porch, Nicholas; Jordan, Gregory J.; Price, David M, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2009
Date Created-

Late Holocene vegetation and environments of the Mersey Valley, Tasmania

Author(s)Moss, Patrick; Thomas, Ian; Macphail, Michael
TypeJournal article
Date Published2007
Date Created-

Late Miocene vegetation and palaeoenvironments of the Drygalski Formation, Heard Island, Indian Ocean: evidence from palynology

Author(s)Truswell, Elizabeth; Quilty, Patrick G; McMinn, A, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2005
Date Created-

Near-tropical early eocene terrestrial temperatures at the Australo-Antarctic margin, western Tasmania

Author(s)Carpenter, Raymond J.; Jordan, Gregory J.; Macphail, Michael, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2012
Date Created-

New potential nearest living relatives for Araucariaceae producing fossil Wollemi Pine-type pollen (Dilwynites granulatus W.K. Harris, 1965)

Author(s)Macphail, Michael; Carpenter, Raymond J.
TypeJournal article
Date Published2013
Date Created-

"News from the Interior": what can we tell from plant microfossils preserved on historical archaeological sites in colonial Parramatta?

Author(s)Macphail, Michael; Casey, Mary
TypeJournal article
Date Published2008
Date Created-

Palaeobotany of the Poaceae

Author(s)Macphail, Michael; Hill, Robert S
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2002
Date Created-

Palynological evidence for aridity events and vegetation change during the Middle Pliocene, a warm period in Southwestern Australia

Author(s)Dodson, John Richard; Macphail, Michael
TypeJournal article
Date Published2004
Date Created-

Palynology of Neogene slope and rise deposits from ODP sites 1165 and 1167, East Antarctica

Author(s)Macphail, Michael; Truswell, Elizabeth
TypeJournal article
Date Published2004
Date Created-

Palynology of Site 1166, Prydz Bay, East Antarctica

Author(s)Macphail, Michael; Truswell, Elizabeth
TypeJournal article
Date Published2004
Date Created-
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Polar forests on the edge of extinction: what does the fossil spore and pollen evidence from East Antarctica say?

Author(s)Truswell, Elizabeth; Macphail, Michael
TypeJournal article
Date Published2009
Date Created-

Pollen-based reconstructions of biome distributions for Australia, southeast Asia and the Pacific

Author(s)Pickett, Elizabeth J; Harrison, Sandra; Hope, Geoffrey, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2004
Date Created-

Polynesian Plant Introductions in the Southwest Pacific: Initial Pollen Evidence from Norfolk Island

Author(s)Macphail, Michael; Hope, Geoffrey; Anderson, Atholl
TypeJournal article
Date Published2001
Date Created-

Post-glacial biota from the inner part of southwest Joseph Bonaparte Gulf

Author(s)Clarke, Jonathan; Bone, Yvonne; Cann, JH, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2001
Date Created-

Sedimentology and stratigraphy of an intra-cratonic basin coal seam gas play: Walloon subgroup of the Surat Basin, eastern Australia

Author(s)Martin, M.A.; Wakefield, M.; Macphail, Michael, et al
TypeJournal article
Date Published2013
Date Created-

Tectono-Sedimentary History of uppermost Cretaceous through Oligocene sequences from the Tasmanian Region, a temperate Antarctic margin

Author(s)Exon, N.F.; Brinkhuis, Henk; Robert, Christian M, et al
TypeBook chapter
Date Published2004
Date Created-

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