Proceedings 128

PROCEEDINGS 128

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Proceedings 128


Individual papers for RSQ Proceedings Volume 128:
AuthorKeywordsTitleDate of acceptanceDate of publication
Refereed Papers
Barry R. Pollockcitizen science, degenerate gonads, oocyte atresia, size at maturity, sub-populationDo dusky flathead Platycephalus fuscus (Cuvier, 1829), spawn in upper estuarine areas?6.7.202024.10.2020
Stephen J. Maxwell et al.Canarium labiatum, clustering, colour, imposex, pseudohermaphroditism, sex bias, size dimorphismPopulation Structure of Canarium labiatum (Röding, 1798) (Mollusca: Neostromboidae: Strombidae) on Green Island, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland21.8.202024.10.2020
Sharon M. Brown and Suzanne ThompsonIndigenous culture, education, land restoration, income streams, cultural and eco-tourism Gracevale, a Case Study on Caring for Country and Rediscovery of Culture and Language by the Iningai People in Central West Queensland25.8.202024.10.2020
Colin Lynamtsunami hazard, meteotsunami, tsunamigenic, earthquake, archival preservation, FAIR data re-useOn a Fine Day at Shorncliffe the Sea came Boiling Upwards across the Bathers27.8.2020 24.10.2020
minor correction 3.1.21
Paul Williams, Dave Kington and Eleanor Collinseucalypt forest, wildfire, cultural burning, burning regime, planned burning, vegetation condition, kangaroo grass, Themeda triandraVegetation Change over 50 Years in Eucalypt Forest on North Stradbroke Island28.8.202024.10.2020
Adam KerezsyLachlan River, off-river areas, Lake Cargelligo, Booberoi Creek, community involvement, fish surveys, endangered speciesThe Benefits of Community and Stakeholder Driven Fish Monitoring Projects in a Murray-Darling Basin River31.8.202024.10.2020
Luciana L. Porfirio et al.arid/semi-arid rangelands, biophysical models, land management, productivity database, rangeland monitoring and management, vegetation and carbon modellingProductivity and Biomass of Australia’s Rangelands: Towards a National Database19.10.202017.11.2020
Noore Alam and Cordia Chuinfodemic, coronavirus, pandemic, misinformation, One Health, whole-of-government pandemic plan, social science, risk communicationsCOVID-19 Pandemic: Tackling ‘Infodemics’ Through an Integrated One Health–Social Science Approach7.11.202017.11.2020
Alison Specht and Raymond SpechtInternational Biological Program (IBP), International Science Council (ISC), Australian Academy of Science (AAS), interdisciplinary research, conservation of terrestrial communitiesThe Legacy of the International Biological Program in Australia24.11.20206.12.2020
Elwyn E. Hegartyrainforest, complex notophyll vine forest, eucalypt forest, , understorey, environmental gradients, vegetation succession, history of wildfires, exotic Lantana camaraNatural Limits to the Expansion of Subtropical Rainforest at Mt Nebo, Queensland 9.12.202023.12.2020
Peter E. Anderson and Wayne OrchistonQueensland astronomy, Brisbane Astronomical Society, D. Eglinton, J. P. Thomson, F. D. G. Stanley, 6-inch Grubb refractor, Queensland Popular Science and Art Society, 12-inch reflectorThe Brisbane Astronomical Society (1896 to 1917), Its Six-inch Refractor, and Key Members Dudley Eglinton and James Park Thomson22.12.202023.12.2020
RoySocQld Reports
Ross A. Hyneswhole-systems science, multi-level ecological analysis, wet tropics, QldGlobe, translational ecologyScience Through a Big Window
Presidential Address 2020
10.12.202023.12.2020
Geoff Edwards and James HansenAnnual ReportRoyal Society of Queensland Annual Report 2019–202017.11.202023.12.2020
Geoff Edwards Research FundThe Royal Society of Queensland Research Fund19.12.202023.12.2020
Alex Jiangkoala-cattle interactionHumble Cow: A Koala Serial Killer?
Royal Society of Queensland Research Project 2018
19.11.202023.12.2020
Chapa G. Manwaduge et al.native Notelaea, threatened speciesConservation Biology of Threatened Native Olives (Genus Notelaea) in Southern Queensland
Royal Society of Queensland Research Project 2018
19.11.202023.12.2020
Michaela Blytonkoala diet, microbiomeWhat Do Koalas Eat Where and Does This Shape Their Microbiomes?
Royal Society of Queensland Research Project 2019
19.11.202023.12.2020
Bonnie Quigleykoala retrovirusComparing Koala Retrovirus Infection between Central and South East Queensland Koalas
Royal Society of Queensland Research Project 2019
19.11.202023.12.2020
James Galletly
James C. GalletlyLockyer, baseflow, aquiferBaseflow in the Lockyer Creek
PhD Dissertation Abstract
1.10.202023.12.2020
Jeff N. Tullberg and Anne ChamberlainJim GalletlyDr James C. Galletly
Obituary
1.10.202023.12.2020