Australia: The Land Where Time Began

A biography of the Australian continent 

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Author contributions
D.H.B., J.P.N. and A.J.M. designed the research. D.H.B. and J.P.N. performed the
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AWS data. All authors commented on the manuscript.
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Multiple Causes of Interannual Sea Surface Temperature Variability in the Equatorial Atlantic Ocean

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The Impact of Polar Mesoscale Storms on Northeast Atlantic Ocean Circulation

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Hydrothermal and Resedimented Origins of the Precursor Sediments to Banded Iron-Formation: Sedimentological Evidence from the Early Palaeoproterozoic Brockman Supersequence of Western Australia

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The Lopingian of Australasia - A Review

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Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide - A 300-Million-Year record from Plant Cuticles

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Lake Baraba - A Vegetation & Fire History Going Back More Than 43,000 Years

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8,200 year event (8.2 Ky Event)

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Nicolussi, Kurt, and Christian Schlüchter. "The 8.2 Ka Event—Calendar-Dated Glacier Response in the Alps." Geology 40, no. 9 (September 1, 2012 2012): 819-22.

Antarctic Cold Reversal - Glacier Advance in Southern Middle-latitudes

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Holocene Western Alps Glacier Culmination - Their hemispheric relevance

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Dark Survival in a Warmer Climate

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Marshall, Shawn J., 2012, The Cryosphere, Princeton University Press.

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Anderson, John B., 1999, Antarctic Marine Geology, Cambridge University Press 

Lewis, Sophie C., and David J. Karoly. "Anthropogenic Contributions to Australia's Record Summer Temperatures of 2013." Geophysical Research Letters 40, no. 14 (2013): 3705-09.

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Lordkipanidze, David, Marcia S. Ponce de León, Ann Margvelashvili, Yoel Rak, G. Philip Rightmire, Abesalom Vekua, and Christoph P. E. Zollikofer. "A Complete Skull from Dmanisi, Georgia, and the Evolutionary Biology of Early Homo." Science 342, no. 6156 (October 18, 2013 2013): 326-31.

Lordkipanidze, David, Abesalom Vekua, Philip G. Rightmire, Ann Margvelashvili, 2007, Hominid Fossils from Dmanisi and Their Place Among the Early Hominids, Bull. Georg. Natl. Acad. Sci.

Cane, Scott, 2013, First Footprints: The epic story of the first Australians, Allen & Unwin.

Scott Cane has included in his book, written as a companion to the ABC TV series of the same name, a number of stories from his days living among Aboriginal people in the desert and moving around with them.



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