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July 2000 Edition

Compiled by Richard Barwick December 1999 - July 2000, with additional entries from Drs Stuart Davey, Brian Lees, Ian Farrington, Warrick Nicholas, Julian Ash, and Professors Andrew Cockburn and Adrian Gibbs.

Including Honours theses, PhD theses, reports and published papers and commissioned studies, well as published papers relying on the data base established for Kioloa, these are particularly important in national and international GIS studies.

* Marks student reports held in the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, ANU, from work carried out during field Honours field work held at Kioloa between 1981 and 1994. These documents now form an important regional information base for staff and students.


PhD Theses

Barrett D. Ecophysiological bases for rainforest distribution. PhD Thesis, Division of Botany and Zoology, ANU

Boot, P. 1999. PhD thesis. ANU. (Title to be entered).

Christian R. 1994 The role of light and salinity in the distribution of mangroves. PhD thesis. Division of Botany and Zoology, ANU

Davey, S.M. 1989 The Environmental Relationships of Arboreal Marsupials in a Eucalypt Forest: A Basis for Australian Forest Wildlife Management. PhD thesis, Department of Forestry, ANU.

Fitzgerald, W. 1995.'Classification of multitemporal remote sensing and GIS data.' PhD thesis, Department of  Geography, ANU. .

Goldingay R.L. 1988 Ecology of the Yellow-bellied Glider Petaurus australis. PhD Thesis. Department of Biology, University of Wollongong Mak, H.T. (1982) The Relationship Between the Nutrient Status and Flammability of Forest Fuels. Ph.D. thesis, Department of Forestry, ANU, Canberra.

Neave, I.A. (1987) An Ecological Analysis of the Response of a Eucalyptus maculata Forest to Clearfelling. PhD. thesis. Department of Forestry, ANU.

Officer, K. 1993. Style and Graphic: an archaeological model for the analysis of rock art, PhD thesis. Department of Archaeology, ANU.

Payne, Karen BSc (U.Georgia) 1993-1997 'Recent advances in the problem of induction and their relationship to ecological modelling.'; PhD thesis Geography ANU.

Pearson, Diane BSc, MSc(Edinburgh).1995-1998 'The analysis of biodiversity using GIS modelling.' PhD Thesis Geography Department, ANU

van Neil, Kimberley Patrow. 2003 'Reconciling Geographical and Ecological Paradigms in modelling species distribution'. PhD thesis, Geography Department, ANU.

Woodside D.P. 1983 The role of social behaviour and spacing in populations of the bush rat, Rattus fuscipes. PhD Thesis, Department of Zoology ANU.

Masters, Honours, B.Litt theses etc

Browne, A. 1993. O'Hara Head, BA Honours thesis, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, ANU.

Bugg, Adrian 1995. 'Sub-cell modelling of terrain attributes for the prediction of Rock Wallaby habitat.' Honours Thesis, Department of Geography, ANU (Joint supervision with Forestry Department).

Crockett J. 1997 Fire and Rain forest boundaries. Honours Thesis, Department of Geography, ANU

Fitzgerald W.1991 'Neural Networks as an improved classifier of multi-source remote sensing data'. Honours thesis. Geography Department, ANU

Gardner S. 1995 Historical biogeography of Archontophoenix cunninghamia. Honours thesis Division of Botany and Zoology , ANU

Grott, Ursula . 1993 Predicting greater glider population density: a comparison of Decision Tree analysis and Linear Models'. Honours Thesis Geography Department, ANU

Hall, N. 1988. The Aboriginal Use Of Molluscan Resources on the Clyde River Estuary, South Coast, New South Wales, BA Honours thesis, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, ANU.

Hanson, Luke 1996. 'Fostering sustainable land use systems through improved land classification and assessment.' Honours Thesis Geography Department, ANU

Helman, Carole. 1983 Inventory analysis of southern New South Wales Rainforest vegetation. MSc Thesis Department of Geography, University of New England.

Hunt, M. 1990 Population and dietary studies of the Eastern Grey kangaroo, Macropus giganteus at Kioloa, NSW. Honours Thesis, Department of Zoology, ANU.

Keady, E.A. (1978) Stand Components of an Irregular Spotted Gum Forest. Honours thesis, Department of Forestry, ANU.

McCutchan, G.R. (1978) Species distribution and environmental relationships in a south coast forest. Honours thesis, Forestry Department, ANU.

MacFarlane, I. 1987. Inter-site variability on the south coast of New South Wales, BA Honours thesis, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, ANU.

McKeown, D. 1990. Islands in the Sand, BA Honours thesis, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, ANU.

Osborne W. 1983 Assessment of Faunas in Rainforest. Grad. Dip. Thesis, Department of Zoology, ANU

Robinson, M.G. (1987) Vertical Distribution and Seasonality of the Coleoptera in a Coastal Sclerophyll Forest and Biology of Xyleborus truncatus Erichson. Honours thesis, Department of Zoology, ANU.

Robinson, N. (1984) An Appraisal of Techniques to Observe Behaviour of the Greater Glider (Petauroides volans). B.Sc. Honours thesis, Department of Forestry, ANU.

Russell-Smith, J.J. (1979) An analysis of forest vegetation patterns on the south coast of New South Wales. Honours thesis, Department of Forestry, ANU

*Titchen, S. 1986. An assessment of the archaeological/scientific significance of 177 sites located in the coastal hinterland of South-eastern N.S.W.

Tracey, M.A. 1994. When the timber cut out. Archaeological aspects of timber extraction procedures and shipbuilding in the Murramarang District, New South Wales, BA Hons thesis. Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, ANU.

Titchen, S 1986 Toward a conservation plan for the Edith and Joy London Foundation property at Kioloa on the South Coast of New South Wales. BA Honours Thesis Department of Prehistory and Anthropology, ANU

Treloar, M. 1985. Topographical analysis of Aboriginal sites of the New South Wales coastal hinterland, BA Honours thesis, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, ANU.

Tsang K. 1998 Migration and metapopulation structure in Archontophoenix cumnninghamiana. Hons Thesis Division of Botany and Zoology. ANU

Vallance, D. 1983. Fishing, Weather and Site Location; an esoteric essay, Unpublished B.Litt. thesis, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, ANU

Vanĺt Zelfde S.K.I. 1981 Aspects of the thermal biology of Antechinus stuartii and Antechinus swainsonii. Hons Thesis Department of Zoology , ANU.

Other papers and research manuscripts:

Ash J. and W. Southern 1982 Forest biomass at ButlerÝs Creek, Edith and Joy London Foundation, New South Wales. MS EJLF Foundation Collection.

Alexander, M. 1988. Perceptions of archaeological visibility in a forest environment.

Allen, R., Behncken, G.M., Gibbs, A.J., Greber, R.S., Helms, K., Matthews,

R.E.F. & Milne, R.G. (1982) Plant virology at Kioloa - 1981. Australasian Plant Path. 11, 18-22.

*Amerasinghe, M. 1982. Report on a field survey at the site of Murramarang.

*Anderson, G. 1984. Aboriginal access routes between Clyde River and Cockwhy Ridge.

Anderson, D. & Gibbs, A.J. (1982) Viruses and Australian native bees. Australasian Beekeeper 83, 131-134.

Anderson, D.L. & Gibbs, A.J. (1988) Inapparent virus infections and their

interactions in pupae of the honey bee (Apis mellifera,L.) in Australia. Ann. appl. Biol. 69, 1617-1625.

Anderson, D.L. & Gibbs, A.J. (1989) Transpuparial transmission of Kashmir

bee virus and sacbrood virus in the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.). Ann. appl. Biol 114, 1-7.

*Antcliff, P. 1988. Coast and Hinterland. Inter-site variability on and near the south coast of NSW.

*Apps, E. 1990. Prehistoric pebbles and their use in the hinterland forests of the NSW south coast.

*Argue, D. 1991. Settlement patterns in the coastal hinterland and inland regions, Kioloa, NSW.

Aspinall R. .J. and Lees B.G. 1994 Sampling and analysis of spatial environmental data. Proceedings, 6th International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Ed: Waugh T.C. and Healey R.G., Edinburgh, Scotland, vol2:1086-1098.

Aspinall, R. & Lees, B.G. 1995. 'Sampling and analysis of spatial environmental data.' in Waugh, T. C. & Healey, R.G. (eds) Advances In GIS Research, Taylor and Francis, Southhampton,1086-1099.

*Balean, C. 1989. Coast and hinterland: cultural variation along ridges.

*Barber, M. 1990. An examination of raw materials in Aboriginal sites from South Brooman State Forest.

Barrett D.J. & J.E. Ash. 1992 Growth and carbon partitioning in rainforest and Eucalypt forest species of South Coast New South Wales, Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 40, 13 ˝ 25

Barrett D.J., Hatton, T.J., Ash J.E., & Ball M.C. 1995 Evaluation of the heat pulse velocity technique for measurement of sap flow in rainforest and eucalypt forest. Plant Cell and Environment 18, 463 - 469

Barrett D.J., Hatton, T.J., Ash J.E., & M. C. Ball 1996 Transpiration from contrasting forest types. Australian Journal of Botany 44, 249 - 263.

Barwick, R.E. 1990 Kioloa Amphibians. 1-7. MS prepared for Mangement Committee EJLF.

Barwick, R.E. 1998 The Edith and Joy London Foundation of the Australian National University: a concise history. Management Committee of The Edith and Joy London Foundation. Briefing Document. 26pp.

*Bassett, S. 1982. Stone analysis: Murramarang.

*Behr, M. 1990. An analysis of flaking floors and inter-site variability on the south coast.

*Beveridge, A. 1984. Brooman Forest survey - aspects of visibility.

*Block, E. 1987. Murramarang Point - a conservation plan?

*Boot, P. 1986. Flat Rock and Jendarra - a study of artefact and site function around Pigeon House Mountain.

*Bowdery, D. 1984. Kioloa field study report - Bush Takeaway.

*Browne, A. 1991. O'Hara Head lithic variability.

*Bullock, V. 1983. An economic appraisal of archaeological site MB52, Murramarang.

*Burgess, M. 1986.. An investigation into settlement patterns in the hinterland of Ulladulla.

*Bushell, A. 1990. Ridges as accessways.

*Cain, F. 1990. Testing an archaeological model of the Cockwhy Creek catchment area.

*Chandler, M. 1983. Changing appearance of Murramarang Point sites.

Carnahan, J. A. 1977 Marine Algae ˝ References. 1-4 MS. prepared for Mangement Committee EJLF.

Cheema, U.A., 2006. Landcover Classification using Inductive Machine Learning. Procedings of the International Conference on Space Technology and Geoinformatics 2006 held at Pattaya on November 5-8, 2006.

*Church, J. 1986. Flat Rock Forest and Yadboro Flat.

*Coates, I. 1989. An analysis of Cullendulla Creek 1. An artefact scatter and midden complex.

*Comber, J. 1987. Murramarang Lithics Survey and Analysis.

*Cooke, H. 1987. Shellfish and silcrete chips: Kioloa Beach and Murramarang Headland.

*Courto, V. 1990. Rivers and red herrings. The archaeological significance of fording points and waterways of the Brooman State Forest and adjoining regions of the hinterland of south east NSW.

Croome, Richard 1987 'Vegetation reflectance and its relationship to Landsat multispectral data.' Hons Thesis Department of Geography, ANU

*Culican, G. 1986. Inland sites on the south coast of NSW: a stone tool reduction sequence.

Dale, J., Gardiner, J.E. & Gibbs, A.J. (1975) Viruses in Kennedia rubicunda. Australian Plant Path. Soc. Newsl. 4, 13-14. Dale, J. & Gibbs, A.J. (1976) Kennedya yellow mosaic virus: another

tymovirus. Aust. J. Biol. Sci. 29, 397-403.

*Datan, I. 1989. An investigation of the distribution of Aboriginal sites in the Boyne and Benendarah State Forests.

Davey S.M. 1984 Habitat characteristics and the occurrence of arboreal marsupials. In Smith A.P. and Hons I.D. (Eds) Possums and Gliders. (eds. A.P. Smith and I.D. Hume) pp. 509-16. Australian Mammal Society and Surrey Beatty & Sons, Sydney.

Davey, S.M. 1984 Habitat preferences of arboreal marsupials within a coastal forest in southern New South Wales. In Possums and Gliders (eds. A.P. Smith and I.D. Hume) pp. 509-16. Australian Mammal Society and Surrey Beatty & Sons, Sydney.

Davey, S.M. 1989 Thoughts towards a forest wildlife management strategy. Aust, For. 52 (2), 56-67.

Davey, S.M. 1990 Methods for surveying the abundance and distribution of arboreal mammals in a south coast forest of New South Wales. Aust. Wildl Res. 17, 427-45.

Davey, S.M. and Norton, T.W. (1990) State Forests in Australia and their Role in Wildlife Conservation. In Australian Ecosystems: 200 years of utilization, degradation and reconstruction. (ed. D.A. Saunders). Proc. Ecol. Soc. Aust.16, 323-45.

Davey S.M. and Russell-Smith, J.J. (1984) A case study in collecting resource information for forest managers. In Survey Methods for Nature Conservation Vol. 2 (eds. K. Myers, C.R. Margules and I, Musto) pp. 263-74. CSIRO Division of Water and Land Resources, Canberra

Davey S.M. and Russell-Smith J.J., Florence R.G. Austin M. (CSIRO) and Braithwaite L.W.(CSIRO) 1983? An appreciation of vegetation patterns and animal habitat in a coastal Spotted Gum forest: their bearing on silvicultural practice. Department of Forestry, ANU Research Project.

Davey, S.M. and Stockwell, D.R.B. (1991) Incorporating wildlife habitat into an artificial intelligence environment: concepts, theory and practicalities. AI Applications 5(2), 59-104.

*David, B. 1983. The analysis of subsistence remains at sites AS26 and AS29 Murramarang Point.

*Dickins, J. 1992. An explanation for archaeological variation between hinterland regions of the south coast.

Dickman, C.R., King, D.H., Adams, M. and Baverstock, P.R. (1988) Electrophoretic identification of a new species of Antechinus (Marsupialia: Dasyuridae) in south-eastern Australia. Aust. J. Zool. 36, 455-63.

Ding, S.-W., Keese, P and Gibbs, A. (1990). The nucleotide sequence of the genomic RNA of Kennedya yellow mosaic tymovirus-Jervis Bay isolate: relationships with potex- and carlaviruses. J. gen. Virol. 71, 925-931.

*Djuwita, R. 1991. A comparative analysis of the stone artefacts from Termeil, Meroo and Willinga Lake catchments.

Donaldson, J.D. (1983) Forestry and the National Estate: implications for the Benandarah Area. Honours thesis, Department of Forestry, ANU.

*Donovan, H. 1992. Isolated finds or sites?

*Durietz, S. 1982. A study of the distribution of midden material on two slopes.

*Evans, B. 1992. Lithic technological analysis derived from field records.

*Feary, S. 1981. Report on a field survey at the site of Murramarang, N.S.W.

*Feint, J. 1982 The distribution of bone remains on the 'whale' midden, Murramarang, N.S.W.

Fitzgerald R.W., & Lees, B.G. 1995 . 'Spatial context and scale relationships in raster data or thematic mapping in natural systems.' in Waugh, T. C. & Healey, R.G. (eds) Advances In GIS Research, Taylor and Francis, Southhampton, 462-475.

Fitzgerald, R.W. & Lees, B.G. 1992. 'The application of Neural Networks to the floristic classification of remote sensing and GIS data in complex terrain Q.' Proceedings of the 17th ISPRS, Washington DC, USA. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Bethesda. Vol XXIX, Part 137; 570-573.

Fitzgerald, R.W. & Lees, B.G., 1993. 'Assessing the classification accuracy of multisource remote sensing data.' Remote Sensing of the Environment, 47: 1 - 25.

Fitzgerald, R.W., & Lees, 1996. 'Temporal context in floristic classification.' in Lees, B.G. (ed) Neural Network Applications in the Geosciences. Special Volume, Computers and Geosciences, 22:9, 981-994.

Fitzgerald, Bill 1991 'Neural Networks as an improved classifier of multi-source remote sensing data'. Honours Thesis, Geography Department, ANU

Fitzgerald, R. W., 1995, Neural Networks: Successful Classification, GIS User, No. 13, pp. 60 - 62, Ed J. Fairall, South Pacific Science Press, Alexandria NSW.

Fitzgerald, R. W., and Lees, B. G., 1992, The Application of Neural Networks to the Floristic Classification of Remote Sensing and GIS Data in Complex Terrain, Proceedings of the I7th ISPRS, pp. 2-14, Washington DC.

Fitzgerald R. W., and Lees, B. G., 1994 Assessing the Classification Accuracy of Multisource Remote Sensing Data, Remote Sens. Environ., Vol. 47, pp. 362-368.

Florence, R.G. (1985) Managing Native Forests: Seeking a solution to the conservation - development dilemma. Paper to Conservation and the Economy Conference, Sydney, 1984. Microfische, pp. 429-444. Department of Arts, Heritage and Environment, A.G.P.S., Canberra.

Florence R.G. and Marsh J.P. 1984? Soil factors limiting the establishment and vigour of Spotted Gum regrowth. Department of Forestry, ANU. Research project.

*Fuller, N. 1986. Knolls as overnighters.

Furrer, B.J. (1971) Management and Silviculture in the Spotted Gum Forests on the South Coast of New South Wales. MSc thesis, Department of Forestry, ANU.

Gahegan, M. and West, G.W., 1998, The Classification of Complex Geographic Datasets: An Operational Comparison of Artificial Neural Network and Decision Tree Classifiers, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Geocomputation, Bristol, UK.

German, G. W. H., 1993, Modelling Continuous Functions with Functional Link Networks, Undergraduate Thesis, School Electrical and Computer Engineering, Curtin University of Technology, Bentley Western Australia.

German. W. H., 1994, Multi Layered Perceptrons and the Classification of Remotely Sensed Data, Honours Thesis, School of Computing, Curtin University of Technology, Bentley Western Australia.

German, G. W. H., 1995, The Use of Multi Layered Perceptrons for Remote Sensing Classification with Temporal Data, Proceedings of the International Conference on Neural Networks, IEEE ICNN'95 Perth.

German, G. W. H. and Gahagan, M. N., 1996, Neural Network Architectures for the Classification of Temporal Image Sequences, Computers and Geosciences, Vol. 22, No. 9, pp. 969-979.

Gibbs, A.J. (1978) Kennedya yellow mosaic virus. C.M.I./A.A.B. Descriptions of Plant Viruses No. 193.

Gibbs, A.J. (1983) Virus ecology - struggle of the genes. Encycl. Plant Physiol. 12C, 459-467.

Gibbs, A.J. (1978) Kennedya yellow mosaic virus. C.M.I./A.A.B. Descriptions of Plant Viruses No. 193.

Gibbs, A.J. (1980) A plant virus that partially protects its wild legume host against herbivores. Intervirology 13, 42-47.

Gibbs A. & Waterhouse, P. (1985) Plant Virology at Kioloa - 1985. Australasian Plant Path. 14, 15-18.

Goldingay, R.L. (1989) Time budget and related aspects of the foraging behaviour of the Yellow-bellied Glider, Petaurus australis. Aust Wildl. Res. 16, 105-112.

Gostin, V.A. and Herbert, C. (1973) Stratigraphy and the Upper Carboniferous and Lower Permian Sequence, Southern Sydney Basin. J. Geol. Soc. Aus. 20, 49-70.

Gunn, R.H., Austin, M.P., Galloway, R.W., and Richardson, D.P. (1979) Land Systems of the South Coast Study Area, New South Wales. In Land Use on the South Coast of New South Wales: A Study in Methods of Acquiring and Using Information to Analyse Regional Land Use Options. Vol. 1: General Report. (ed. J.J. Basinski; Gen. eds M.P. Austin and K.D. Cocks) (map) CSIRO, Melbourne, Australia.

*Green, M. 1982 An analysis of coastal Aboriginal shellfish exploitation strategies at Murramarang Point, N.S.W.

Greenslade P. and Nicholas W.L. 1991 Some Thoraccosomopsidae (Nematoda:Enoplida) from Australia, including descriptions of two new genera and diagnostic keys. Invertebrate Taxonomy 4:1031-1052

*Grinbergs, A. 1992. Living on the Clyde. A site location model and economic

threshold analysis for the upper Clyde River, NSW.

Groeters, F.R. and Strong, K.L. (1993) Observations on distastefulness of Monistria concinna (Walker) (Orthoptera: Pyrgomorphidae). Journal of the Australian Entomological Society, 32: 153-154.

*Hadlow, B. 1988. The plant food resource of the central south coast of NSW and its hinterland. Its adequacy for pre-contact Aboriginal people?

*Hall, N. 1988. The Aboriginal molluscan menu: a landscape perspective.

*Hanson, J. 1989. Gaps in the archaeological record : a question of visibility in a soil landscape?

Harris V.A. 1977 Crustacea of Kioloa. 1-13. MS prepared for Mangement Committee EJLF.

*Hermes, M. 1984. An investigation of a small midden, Kioloa Beach, NSW.

*Heron, R. 1990. A study of three different sections of open scatter sites in the hinterland.

*Hirschfeld, A. 1992. An exploration into the chronology of inland sites of the Kioloa study area.

*Hookey, P. 1984. An analysis of shellfish and their exploitation from a small rock platform on Kioloa Beach, NSW.

*Hunt, P. 1992. Pathways, site patterns, and Pigeon House mountain.

*Johnston, D. 1989. A comparison of the Clyde River, Cockwhy Creek and Cullendulla Creeks and an interpretation of their function.

Johnston, Ian (Ed) 1980 Holier than thou, Proceedings of the 1978 Kioloa Conference on Australian Prehistory. Department of Prehistory, ANU , 171pp.

*Kabaila, P. 1992. Variations in archaeological sites in the vicinity of Lagoon Head (coastal N.S.W.).

Kiratyi-Angul, S. & Gibbs, A. (1992) Group-specific antiserum detects potyviruses in several wild plant species in S.E. Australia. Aust. Plant Path. 21, 118-9.

*Klaver, J. 1987. Artefacts or fictions.

*Knight, T. 1992. Four Mountain Creeks.

*Kuskie, P. 1989. Proximity of sites to water in the South Coast hinterland.

Lacey, C.J., Davey, S.M. and Harries, E.D. (1990) RAC Submission, Bureau of Rural Resources, Canberra.

*Lance, A. 1981. Murramarang report.

Lees, B.G. 1990 An efficient and effective method for incorporating 'prior knowledge' into computer modelling of vegetation distribution.' Proceedings AURISA 90, Canberra.

Lees, B.G. 1991. Problems of producing useable vegetation information from remotely sensed data.' In Harris, G., (ed), Remote Sensing for Global Change', Report of Australian IGBP Workshop No. 8. CSIRO Office of Space Science and Applications.

Lees, B.G. 1991. 'Integrating knowledge based systems with remotely sensed formation and terrain models.' Agricultural Systems & Information Technology, 3: 38-39.

Lees, B.G. 1992. 'Current progress in the modelling of integrated spatial data using artificial intelligence techniques.' Geographic Information Systems, Cartographic and Geoscience Data Standards, BMR Record 1992/27, 125-13 1.

Lees, B.G. 1992. 'Trends and requirements for integrated data.' in Walker P. & Smythe R.E. (eds) Spatial Data Integration A new challenge for GIS. AURISA Canberra. Monograph 7; 45-50.

Lees B.G. 1994 Decision trees, artificial Neural Networks and Genetic Algorithms for classification of remotely sensed and ancillary data. Proceedings 7th Australasian Remote Sensing Conference, Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Association Australia Ltd. Floreat, WA V1:51-60

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Lees, B.G. 1996. ' Improving the spatial extension of point data by changing the data modes.' in Integrating GIS and Environmental Modelling (eds) Goodchild, M. et al., Santa Barbara: National Centre for Geographic Information and Analysis, WWW;CD.

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Lees B.G. 1997 Data and questions in Geocomputations. in Pascoe, R.T. (ed) Geocomputation Ű97, Spatial Information Research Centre, University of Otago, Dunedin NZ Aug 1997, 288-297.

Lees, B.G. 1999 Global change and the Back Paddock. Australasian Science 20, 36-38

Lees, B.G. & Allison, B. 1999 A comparison between the accuracy of traditional forest mapping and more advanced, database oriented techniques. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality. W. Shi, Goodchild M., & Fisher P. (eds) 442-448

Lees, B.G. & Ritman, K. 1991. 'A decision tree and rule induction approach to the integration of remotely sensed and GIS data in the mapping of vegetation in disturbed or hilly environments.' Environmental Management, 15, 823-83.

*Lewis, D. 1983. Fire Trail Archaeology.

McColl, J.G. (1969) Soil-plant relationships in a Eucalyptus forest on the south coast of N.S.W. Ecology 50, 354-62.

McColl, J.G. and Humphreys, F.R. (1967) Relationships between some nutritional factors and the distributions.

*MacFarlane, I. 1987. An archaeological survey of Tabourie, Termeil, Meroo and Willinga Lakes.

Mak H.T., Florence R.G., Cheyney N.P. and Gill A.M. 1984/ Relationship between nutrient status and flammability of forest fuels. Department of Forestry, ANU, Research Project.

*Mangi, J. 1983. Grass roots at Kioloa : An investigation into the impact of environmental factors on site preservation.

*Marshall, H. 1988. A technological analysis of stone tool industries at Clear Point on the South Coast of N.S.W.

*McKeown, D. 1989. A forest flaking floor. A technological appraisal.

McNee, A and Cockburn, A.1992 Specific identity is not correlated with behavioural and life-history diversity in Antechinus stuarti sensu lato. Australian Journal of Zoology, 1992, 40, 127-33

Moore, David 1988 'SIMPLE: An analytical system for spatial data. The design, development and evaluation of an analytical system for spatially distributed data.' Honours Thesis, Geography Department, ANU

Moore, DAM., Lees, B.G. & Davey, S. 1991. 'A new method for predicting vegetation distributions using Decision Tree Analyses in a Geographic Information System.' Environmental Management, 15, 59-7 1.

*Mulvaney, R. 1983. Archaeological ramblings in Murramarang National Park.

Neave I.A. and Florence R.G. 1984? Site vegetation relationships in coastal Spotted Gum. Department of Forestry, ANU, Research Project.

Neave, I.A., Davey, S.M., Russell-Smith, J.J. and Florence, R.G. (1995) The relationship between vegetation patterns and environment on the south coast of New South Wales. Forest Ecology and Management.. Nicholas W.L. and Stewart A.C. 1990 Structure of the cuticle Metadasynemoides cristatus (Chromadonidae: Ceramonematidae) Journal Nematology 22:247-261 Nicholas W.L. and Stewart A.C. 1995 New genera, species and a new sub-family of Xylidae (Nematoda:Monhysterida) from ocean beaches in Australia and Thailand. Trans. Roy. Soc. S. Aust. 119:47-66

*Nicholson, A. 1988. From Durras Lake to Batemans Bay : a regional archaeological assessment.

Norton, T.W. (1985) Arboreal marsupials and foliar nutrients in eucalypt forests of Australia. Comm. For. Rev. Dec., 385.

Norton, T.W. (1986) Towards understanding the (eucalypt) forest- dependent wildlife of southeast Australia. Tigerpaper (FAO: Bangkok) 13, 24-29.

Norton, T.W. (1988) Ecology of Greater Gliders, Petauroides volans Kerr 1792, in relation to variations in habitat quality in eucalypt forests in south-east New South Wales.

*Officer, K. 1984. Cockwhy to Flat Top : a ridgetop survey.

*O'Gorman, A. 1989. An investigation of aboriginal pebble artefacts at some sites on the South Coast

Oliver E. 1999 The Cakile-Alternaria root pathogen system. Honours Thesis, Division of Botany and Zoology, ANU

*O'Reilly, S. 1989. An archaeological survey of the Boyne and Benandarah State Forests

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*Packard, P. 1982. A report on fieldwork at Murramarang Point.

*Parrott, H. 1982. Site survey : Murramarang Point.

*Pask, J. 1992. A comparative analysis of aboriginal site densities in the south coast hinterland.

Passioura J. The Eucalyptus saligna - E. botryoides complex. Honours thesis Division of Botany and Zoology, ANU

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