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  • Slope stability and tephra mantles in the Papua New Guinea highlands
  • The influence of drought on tropical rainforest vegetation in Papua New Guinea in Frost and drought in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea.
  • Influence of soil moisture extremes on sweet potato yield in the Papua New Guinea Highlands in Frost and drought in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea.
  • An experimental study that suggests that sweet potatoes undergo a major reduction in yield when an extended wet period is followed by a mild drought. Implications for understanding food suply in Highland New Guinea. - (DWG)
  • High altitude occupation and environment in Frost and drought in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea.
  • Overview of New Guinea highland environment, history of settlement and agriculture. - (DWG)
  • Morphotectonics of Papua New Guinea in The geomorphology of plate boundaries and active continental margins.
  • Tectonic features have generally been explained by plate tectonics, with collision and subduction, but newer hypotheses are now available, including exotic terranes. Here the AA. discuss some of the tectonic and morphotectonic features of Papua New
  • Guinea.
  • Papua New Guinea Scene No.13. Introducing a new marketing concept to Papua New Guinea: the maket raun
  • Migration from Yumbisa 1972-1975 in Frost and drought in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea.
  • Crop loss from the 1972 frost forced migration from the high Enga country of Papua New Guinea. Dispersion of gardens over a range of sites was a key factor in their adjustment. (DWG)
  • Frost and drought through time and space, part I : the climatological record in Frost and drought in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea.
  • Sifting of the climatological record shows a suggestive, but not conclusive, correlation of frost events with dry periods in Papua New Guinea. - (DWG)
  • Rural differentiation in Papua New Guinea
  • The A. divides the literature on rural differentiation in Papua New Guinea into three major approaches : the mainstream social science approach, the dependency approach and the materialist approach. These three categories appear to represent
  • Full circle or spiralling out of control ? State violence and the control of urbanisation in Papua New Guinea
  • Behaviour ; Criminality ; Ethnic group ; Papua New Guinea ; Social change ; Squatter ; Urban administration ; Urban growth ; Urbanization ; Violence
  • In Papua New Guinea, colonial control of urban populations has been replicated in contemporary times, often in more draconian form. Eviction of urban settlers have been tied to issues of crime and urban respectability, and lingering perceptions
  • An argument for reframing debates about corruption : insights from Papua New Guinea
  • Corruption ; Definition ; Legality ; Papua New Guinea ; Regulation
  • Corrupción ; Definición ; Papúa-Nueva Guinea ; Reglamentación
  • House types of Papua New Guinea's Kasakana
  • Application of regional flood frequency analysis to large tropical catchments : a case study in the Sepik Basin, Papua New Guinea
  • Consumer behavior and the village trade store : a Papua New Guinea example
  • Holocene sea level change and coral-reef growth at Huon peninsula, Papua New Guinea
  • Regional associations among urban migrants in Papua New Guinea
  • Surveying, charting and mapping problems in Papua New Guinea
  • The future : questions for policy and research in Frost and drought in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea.
  • Summary of what has been learned about frost in New Guinea that can be applied to administer policy and comments on the same natural hazard in tropical highlands elsewhere in the world. - (DWG)
  • Slope form and soil properties in polygonal karst, New Ireland, Papua New Guinea
  • Doline ; Drainage network ; Geomorphometry ; Hydrochemistry ; Infiltration ; Karst ; Papua New Guinea ; Slope gradient ; Soil properties
  • Stable isotope and chemical studies of volcanic exhalations and thermal waters, Rabaul caldera, New Britain, Papua New Guinea
  • Analyse isotopique ; Fumerolle ; Gaz volcanique ; Géographie de l'Océanie ; Géothermie ; New Britain ; Papouasie-Nouvelle Guinée ; Phénomène volcanique secondaire ; Rabaul, caldeira ; Source thermale ; Thermalisme ; Volcanisme