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  • The role of vegetation clearing in the mass failure of hillslopes : Moresby Ranges, Western Australia
  • Action anthropique ; Australie ; Dynamique de versant ; Erosion des sols ; Géotechnique ; Mouvement de masse ; Propriété du sol ; Versant ; Végétation ; Western Australia
  • Australia ; Geotechnics;Engineering geology ; Human impact ; Mass movement ; Slope ; Slope dynamics ; Soil erosion ; Soil properties ; Vegetation ; Western Australia
  • 1992
  • Agroclimatologie ; Australie ; Circulation atmosphérique ; Cyclone tropical ; Effet de serre ; Mousson ; Queensland ; Variation annuelle ; Variation climatique ; Variation saisonnière ; Western Australia ; Zone intertropicale
  • Agricultural climatology;Agroclimatology ; Annual variation ; Atmospheric circulation ; Australia ; Climatic variation ; Greenhouse effect ; Monsoon ; Queensland ; Seasonal variation ; Tropical zone ; Western Australia
  • on the formation and the steady development of the Pilbara heat low over the northwestern part of Australia and the importance of the location of the monsoon shear line, active and break cycles of the monsoon, influence of South China. Sea cold surges on monsoon
  • 1992
  • Late glacial and Holocene vegetation history at Poets Hill lake, western Tasmania
  • Altitude ; Australia ; Climatic variation ; Forest ; Palynology ; Pollen diagram ; Quaternary ; Tasmania ; Vegetation
  • 1992
  • The West Victorian Uplands of southeastern Australia : origin and history
  • Australia ; Earthquake ; Fault ; Paleogeography ; Tectonics ; Victoria ; Volcanism ; Weathering
  • This paper discusses the origin and development of the West Victorian Uplands, and compares the morphology and history of the area with that of the remainder of the Eastern Highlands of Australia. It is suggested that the West Victorian Uplands may
  • provide a model for the early development of the Eastern Highlands of Australia.
  • 1992
  • Kakadu and Uluru : aboriginal lands in Australia's national parks
  • Aborigines ; Australia ; Ethnic group ; Land appropriation ; Landed property;Landed estate ; Natural park ; Nature conservation
  • An important juncture in the evolution of planning and management policies for Australia's national parks was the return to aboriginal ownership of designated areas of Kakadu and Uluru parks. - (DWG)
  • 1992
  • Gradient irregularity in the Herbert gorge of Northeastern Australia
  • Australia ; Carrying capacity ; Channel geometry ; Floods ; Fluvial processes ; Hydrodynamics ; Paleogeography ; Queensland
  • The seventy-kilometre-long Herbert Gorge of northeastern Australia preserves a record of past floods in slackwater deposits and palaeostage indicators. These flood reconstructions provide insight into the role of extreme flows in shaping bedrock
  • 1992
  • Financial deregulation and access to home ownership in Australia : a rejoinder
  • Acquiring property ; Australia ; Credit ; Housing ; Interest rate
  • Réponse à la note de R. Leeson dans cette même revue, année 1992 pp. 1191-1194.
  • 1992
  • The impact of the friction of distance on the early settlement and development of Eyre Peninsula, South Australia
  • Accessibilité ; Australie ; Centre-périphérie ; Colonisation ; Distance ; Espace économique ; Eyre Peninsula ; Occupation séquentielle ; Pastoral ; Peuplement ; South Australia ; Transport ; Utilisation du sol
  • Accessibility ; Australia ; Colonization ; Core-periphery ; Distance ; Economic space ; Land use ; Pastoral ; Sequential occupance ; Settlement ; South Australia ; Transport
  • 1992
  • Geomorphological evidence for late Holocene climatic change in northern Australia
  • Aeolian features ; Australia ; C 14 dating ; Chronostratigraphy ; Climatic variation ; Dune ; Fluvial processes ; Holocene ; Northern Territory ; Palynology ; Quaternary ; Queensland ; Thermoluminescence
  • The hypothesis that the late Holocene climate of northern Australia has been characterised by periods of reduced rainfall has been examined by constructing a detailed chronostratigraphy of climatically sensitive geomorphological sites, in particular
  • dunefields and lake deposits. This paper reviews the results of a synoptic evaluation of river mouth and aeolian depositional histories across northern Australia.
  • 1992
  • Thermoluminescence and excess 226Ra decay dating of late Quaternary fluvial sands, East Alligator River, Australia
  • Australia ; C14 dating ; Dating ; Fluvial processes ; Northern Territory ; Quaternary ; Sand ; Thermoluminescence
  • 1992
  • Financial deregulation and access to home ownership in Australia : an examination of the evidence
  • Acquiring property ; Australia ; Housing ; Housing cost ; Housing market ; Housing occupance ; Market regulation
  • 1992
  • Denudational isostatic rebound of intraplate highlands : the Lachlan River valley, Australia
  • Australia ; Erosion ; Erosion velocity ; Geomorphology ; Isostasy ; Lithosphere ; Model ; Neogene ; New South Wales ; Tectonics
  • 1992
  • Photogeological study of Cenozoic landform evolution in the Cooktown area, north Queensland, Australia
  • Australia ; Cenozoic ; Drainage network ; Fault ; Model ; Photogeology ; Photointerpretation ; Queensland ; Tectonics ; Volcanism
  • 1992
  • The Ausmap atlas of Australia
  • Atlas ; Australia ; Economic activity ; Natural environment ; Population ; Thematic map
  • 1992
  • The evolution of tidal creek networks, Mary River, Northern Australia
  • Australia ; Coastal environment ; Coastal plain ; Drainage network ; Estuary ; Fresh water ; Sea water ; Stream ; Tide
  • The AA. describe the extension of tidal creek networks for 50 years. They have extended over 30 km inland across the coastal plains of the Mary River in Northern Australia, invading freshwater wetlands and destroying the associated vegetation
  • 1992
  • Correlation between rainfall and dust occurrence at Mildura, Australia : the difference between local and source area rainfalls
  • Australia ; Climatology ; Correlation ; Drought ; Dust ; Dust storm ; Precipitation ; Victoria ; Wind
  • The AA. use dust records at Mildura, Australia along with observed wind directions during dust storms and events and both local and regional source area rainfall for the period 1960-1989 to test the adequacy of using local rainfall and to show
  • 1992
  • Long-term landscape evolution in Australia
  • Australia ; Cenozoic ; Erosion surface ; Erosion velocity ; Mesozoic ; Orogeny ; Paleogeography ; Plate tectonics ; Tectonics ; Volcanism ; Weathering
  • The most important factor contributing to the survival of ancient landscapes in Australia is the low rate of denudation which the continent has experienced during the Mesozoic and Cenozoic. However, in order for landforms to have survived over
  • such timespans, denudation must not only have been low, but must also have been highly localized over space and time. This has been the case both on a regional scale, with long-term denudation rates in central Australia contrasting with higher rates along
  • 1992
  • Unfolding Australia. Proceedings of the joint meeting of the International Map Collectors' Society and the Australian Map Circle, Sydney, Australia, 17-21 November 1991
  • Antarctica ; Australia ; Bathymetric chart ; Cadastral survey ; Discoveries ; Exploration ; History of cartography ; Old map ; Pacific Region ; Topographic map
  • 1992
  • Iron deposits and microorganisms in saline sulfidic soils with altered soil water regimes in South Australia
  • Australie ; Biogéochimie ; Fer ; Géochimie ; Micro-organisme ; Microstructure ; Minéralisation ; Propriétés du sol ; Sol ; South Australia
  • Australia ; Biogeochemistry ; Geochemistry ; Iron ; Micro-organism ; Microstructure ; Mineralization ; Soil ; Soil properties ; South Australia
  • 1992
  • Timescales and the role of inheritance in long-term landscape evolution, northern New England, Australia
  • Australia ; Drainage network ; Earth surface processes ; Fluvial processes ; Lithology ; New South Wales ; Paleogeography ; River bed ; Tectonics ; Volcanism
  • 1992