Proceedings 124 now published
Volume 124 of the Proceedings of The Royal Society of Queensland has been completed and printed. For the first time since the journal was launched in 1884, the annual volume has been published online with open access. Copies are available for $35 plus postage – contact email@example.com.
The Proceedings is the pre-eminent peer-reviewed journal publishing general Queensland science. The Honorary Editor is now accepting papers for the next annual edition, with a revised manuscript deadline of 31 July.
Timms, B. et al The ecology of gnammas (weathering pits) on the Stanthorpe Plateau
Marlow, D. Creating and then abolishing bodies of scientific knowledge, expertise and analytical capability
Alexandra, J. Processes and institutions for scientific independence: Reflections on Land & Water Australia
Rowland, Michael J. By savage hands his steps were stayed! Life and death on the Percy Isles, 1854
Maxwell, S. J. et al Essentialistic Pluralism: The theory of spatio-temporal positioning of species using integrated taxonomy
Anderson, P. Brisbane’s famous early astronomer: Captain Henry O’Reilly
Kemp, A. Changes in the freshwater environments of the Australian lungfish in south-east Queensland
Collins, S. J. et al Revisiting inscriptions on the Investigator Tree on Sweers Island, Gulf of Carpentaria.
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Obituaries T. Clifford and Ben Lawson