Australian Museum Journals

Year First Author Reference
2014 Joanne Meers; Greg Simmons; Kiersten Jones; Daniel T. W. Clarke; Paul R. Young Joanne Meers; Greg Simmons; Kiersten Jones; Daniel T. W. Clarke; Paul R. Young, 2014. Koala retrovirus in free-ranging populations—prevalence. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 24: 15–17.
2014 Alex D. Greenwood; Alfred L. Roca Alex D. Greenwood; Alfred L. Roca, 2014. Koala retrovirus (KoRV): molecular biology and evolution. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 24: 11–14.
2014 Alfred L. Roca; Alex D. Greenwood Alfred L. Roca; Alex D. Greenwood, 2014. The evolution of koala retroviruses: insights from other endogenous retroviruses. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 24: 5–10.
2014 Maribeth V. Eiden Maribeth V. Eiden, 2014. A novel exogenous retrovirus isolated from koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) with malignant neoplasias in a United States zoo. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 24: 3–4.
2014 Geoffrey W. Pye; Rebecca N. Johnson; Alex D. Greenwood Geoffrey W. Pye; Rebecca N. Johnson; Alex D. Greenwood, 2014. Preface to papers presented at the Koala Retrovirus Workshop, San Diego Zoo, April 2013. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 24: 1–2.
2011 Kononenko Kononenko, Nina, 2011. Experimental and archaeological studies of use-wear and residues on obsidian artefacts from Papua New Guinea. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 21: 1–244.
2011 Elliott Elliott, Michael, 2011. Annotated catalogue of the Australian Scoliidae (Hymenoptera). Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 22: 1–17.
2011 Specht Specht, Jim; Torrence, Robin, 2011. Changing Perspectives in Australian Archaeology. Preface. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 23: 1–2.
2011 White White, Peter, 2011. Changing Perspectives in Australian Archaeology, part I. Regional archaeology in Australia. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 23 (1): 3–5.
2011 Sullivan Sullivan, Marjorie; Hughes, Philip; Barham, Anthony, 2011. Changing Perspectives in Australian Archaeology, part II. Abydos Plain—equivocal archaeology. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 23 (2): 7–29.
2011 Irish Irish, Paul, 2011. Changing Perspectives in Australian Archaeology, part III. Hidden in plain view—the Sydney Aboriginal Historical Places Project. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 23 (3): 31–44.
2011 Douglass Douglass, Matthew J.; Holdaway, Simon J., 2011. Changing Perspectives in Australian Archaeology, part IV. Quantifying stone raw material size distributions: investigating cortex proportions in lithic assemblages from western New South Wales. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 23 (4): 45–57.
2011 Frankel Frankel, David; Stern, Nicola, 2011. Changing Perspectives in Australian Archaeology, part V. Karremarter—Mid to Late Holocene stone artefact production and use in the lower southeast of South Australia. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 23 (5): 59–71.
2011 Hiscock Hiscock, Peter, 2011. Changing Perspectives in Australian Archaeology, part VI. Point production at Jimede 2, Western Arnhem Land. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 23 (6): 73–82.
2011 Robertson Robertson, Gail, 2011. Changing Perspectives in Australian Archaeology, part VII. Aboriginal use of backed artefacts at Lapstone Creek rock-shelter, New South Wales: an integrated residue and use-wear analysis. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 23 (7): 83–101.
2011 Fullagar Fullagar, Richard, 2011. Changing Perspectives in Australian Archaeology, part VIII. Burins, bones and base camps: a re-analysis of Aire Shelter 2, Glenaire, southern Victoria. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 23 (8): 103–131.
2011 Ross Ross, Anne; Tomkins, Helene, 2011. Changing Perspectives in Australian Archaeology, part IX. Fishing for data—the value of fine-mesh screening for fish-bone recovery: a case study from Peel Island, Moreton Bay, Queensland. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 23 (9): 133–145.
2011 Asmussen Asmussen, Brit, 2011. Changing Perspectives in Australian Archaeology, part X. There is likewise a nut. . . a comparative ethnobotany of Aboriginal processing methods and consumption of Australian Bowenia, Cycas, Lepidozamia and Macrozamia species. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 23 (10): 147–163.
2011 Taçon Taçon, Paul S. C.; Brennan, Wayne; Lamilami, Ronald, 2011. Changing Perspectives in Australian Archaeology, part XI. Rare and curious thylacine depictions from Wollemi National Park, New South Wales and Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 23 (11): 165–174.
2007 Specht Specht, Jim; Summerhayes, Glenn R., 2007. Archaeological Studies of the Middle and Late Holocene, Papua New Guinea. Part II. The Boduna Island (FEA) Lapita site. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 20: 51–103.