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Journal articles

  • Proske, U, Heslop, D & Haberle, S (2014). A Holocene record of coastal landscape dynamics in the eastern Kimberley region, Australia Journal of Quaternary Science. Vol. 29 163-174.
  • Haberle, S, Medek, D, Bowman, D et al (2014). The macroecology of airborne pollen in Australian and New Zealand urban areas PLOS ONE (Public Library of Science). Vol. 9 -.
  • Haberle, S (2014). New evidence on deglacial climatic variability from an alpine lacustrine record in northwestern Yunnan Province, southwestern China Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. Vol. 406 Sep-21.
  • Haberle, S (2014). Latest Pleistocene and Holocene vegetation and climate history inferred from an alpine lacustrine record, northwestern Yunnan Province, southwestern China Quaternary Science Reviews. Vol. 86 35-48.
  • Fletcher, M, Wood, S & Haberle, S (2014). A fire driven shift from forest to non-forest: evidence for alternative stable states? Ecology. Vol. 95 2504-2513.
  • Fletcher, M, Wolfe, B, Whitlock, C et al (2014). The legacy of mid-Holocene fire on a Tasmanian montane landscape Journal of Biogeography. Vol. 41 476-488.
  • Butler, D, Fensham, R, Murphy, B et al (2014). Aborigine-managed forest, savanna and grassland: Biome switching in montane eastern Australia Journal of Biogeography. Vol. 41 1492-1505.
  • Burrows, M, Fenner, J & Haberle, S (2014). Testing peat humification analysis in an Australian context: identifying wet shifts in regional climate over the past 4000 years Mires and Peat. Vol. 14 Jan-19.
  • Wiedemeier, D, Hilf, M, Smittenberg, R et al (2013). Improved assessment of pyrogenic carbon quantity and quality in environmental samples by high-performance liquid chromatography Journal of Chromatography A. Vol. 1304 246-250.
  • Reeves, J, Bostock, H, Ayliffe, L et al (2013). Palaeoenvironmental change in tropical Australasia over the last 30 000 years - a synthesis by the OZ-INTIMATE group Quaternary Science Reviews. Vol. 74 97-114.
  • Reeves, J, Bostock, H, Ayliffe, L et al (2013). Palaeoenvironmental change in tropical Australasia over the last 30 000 years - a synthesis by the OZ-INTIMATE group Quaternary Science Reviews. Vol. 74 97-114.
  • Montade, V, Nebout, N, Kissel, C et al (2013). Vegetation and climate changes during the last 22,000yr from a marine core near Taitao Peninsula, southern Chile Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. Vol. 369 335-348.
  • Mills, K, Gell, P, Gergis, J et al (2013). Paleoclimate studies and natural-resource management in the Murray-Darling Basin II: unravelling human impacts and climate variability Australian Journal of Earth Sciences. Vol. 60 561-571.
  • McWethy, D, Higuera, P, Whitlock, C et al (2013). A conceptual framework for predicting temperate ecosystem sensitivity to human impacts on fire regimes Global Ecology and Biogeography. Vol. 22 900-912.
  • Rule, S, Brook, B, Haberle, S et al (2012). The aftermath of megafaunal extinction: Ecosystem transformation in Pleistocene Australia Science. Vol. 335 1483-1486.
  • Proske, U & Haberle, S (2012). Island ecosystem and biodiversity dynamics in northeastern Australia during the Holocene: Unravelling short-term impacts and long-term drivers Holocene. Vol. 22 1097-1111.
  • Haberle, S, Lentfer, C, O'Donnell, S et al (2012). The palaeoenvironments of Kuk Swamp from the beginnings of agriculture in the highlands of Papua New Guinea Quaternary International. Vol. 249 129-139.
  • Haberle, S, Lentfer, C, O'Donnell, S et al (2012). The palaeoenvironments of Kuk Swamp from the beginnings of agriculture in the highlands of Papua New Guinea Quaternary International. Vol. 249 129-139.
  • Daniau, A, Bartlein, P, Harrison, S et al (2012). Predictability of biomass burning in response to climate changes Global Biogeochemical Cycles. Vol. 26 -.
  • Sniderman, J & Haberle, S (2011). Fire and vegetation change during the Early Pleistocene in southeastern Australia Journal of Quaternary Science. Vol. online 9 NOV 2011 11pp.
  • Mooney, S, Harrison, S, Bartlein, P et al (2011). Late Quaternary fire regimes of Australasia Quaternary Science Reviews. Vol. In Press 1.00E+19.
  • Holz, A, Haberle, S, Veblen, T et al (2011). Fire history in western Patagonia from paired tree-ring fire-scar and charcoal records Climate of the Past Discussions. Vol. 7 3203-3238.
  • Tng, D, Hopf, F, Haberle, S et al (2010). Seasonal pollen distribution in the atmosphere of Hobart, Tasmania: preliminary observations and congruence with flowering phenology American Journal of Botany. Vol. 58 440-452.
  • McNiven, I, David, B, Aplin, K et al (2010). Historicising the Present:Late Holocene Emergence of a Rainforest Hunting Camp, Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea Australian Archaeology. Vol. 71 41-53.
  • Haberle, S, Behling, H, Dupont, L et al (2010). Introduction:Tropical palaeoecology and global change Global Change Biology. Vol. 16 1645-1646.
  • Haberle, S, Heijnis, H, Roberts, P et al (2010). Paleofire in the wet tropics of northeast Queensland, Australia PAGES News. Vol. 18 78-80.
  • David, B, Geneste, J, Aplin, K et al (2010). The Emo site (OAC), Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea: Resolving long-standing questions of antiquity and implications for the history of the ancestral Hiri maritime trade Australian Archaeology. Vol. 70 39-54.
  • Bowman, D, Brown, G, Braby, M et al (2010). Biogeography of the Australian monsoon tropics Journal of Biogeography. Vol. 37 201-216.
  • Bowman, D & Haberle, S (2010). Paradise burnt: How colonizing humans transform landscapes with fire PNAS - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Vol. 107 21234-21235.
  • Anderson, A, Haberle, S, Froyd, C et al (2010). Historic fuel wood use in the Galapagos Islands: identification of charred remains Vegetation History and Archaeobotany. Vol. 19 207-217.
  • Marchant, R, Harrison, S, Hooghiemstra, H et al (2009). Pollen-based biome reconstructions for Latin America at 0, 6000 and 18 000 radiocarbon years ago Climate of the Past. Vol. 5 725-767.
  • Denham, T, Atchison, J, Austin, J et al (2009). Archaeobotany in Australia and New Guinea: Practice, Potential and Prospects Australian Archaeology. Vol. 68 1-Oct.
  • Denham, T, Atchison, J, Austin, J et al (2009). Archaeobotany in Australia and New Guinea: Practice, Potential and Prospects Australian Archaeology. Vol. 68 1-Oct.
  • Denham, T & Haberle, S (2008). Agricultural emergence and transformation in the Upper Wahgi Valley, Papua New Guinea during the Holocene: theory, method and practice Holocene. Vol. 18 481-496.
  • Denham, T & Haberle, S (2008). Agricultural emergence and transformation in the Upper Wahgi valley, Papua New Guinea, during the Holocene: theory, method and practice Holocene. Vol. 18 481-496.
  • Tibby, J & Haberle, S (2007). A late glacial to present diatom record from lake Euramoo, wet tropics of Queensland, Australia Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. Vol. 251 46-56.
  • Stevenson, J, Haberle, S, Johnston, F et al (2007). Seasonal distribution of pollen in the atmosphere of Darwin, tropical Australia: Preliminary results Grana. Vol. 46 34-42.
  • Power, M, Marlon, J, Ortiz, N et al (2007). Changes in fire regimes since the Last Glacial Maximum: an assessment based on a global synthesis and analysis of charcoal data Climate Dynamics. Vol. 30 887-907.
  • Markgraf, V, Whitlock, C & Haberle, S (2007). Vegetation and fire history during the last 18,000 cal yr B.P. in Southern Patagonia: Mallin Pollux, Coyhaique, Province Aisen (45°4130S, 71°50'30 W, 640 m elevation) Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. Vol. 254 492-507.
  • Kershaw, A, Haberle, S, Turney, C et al (2007). Environmental history of the humid tropics region of North-East Australia Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. Vol. 251 1-Mar.
  • Haberle, S (2007). Prehistoric human impact on rainforest biodiversity in highland New Guinea Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B. Vol. 362 219-228.
  • Donders, T, Haberle, S, Hope, G et al (2007). Pollen evidence for the transition of the Eastern Australian climate system from the post-glacial to the present-day ENSO mode Quaternary Science Reviews. Vol. 26 1621-1637.
  • Black, M, Mooney, S & Haberle, S (2007). The fire, human and climate nexus in the Sydney Basin, Eastern Australia Holocene. Vol. 17 469-480.
  • Turney, C, Haberle, S, Fink, D et al (2006). Integration of ice-core, marine and terrestrial records for the Australian Last Glacial Maximum and Termination: a contribution from the OZ INTIMATE group Journal of Quaternary Science. Vol. 21 751-761.
  • Haberle, S, Hashimoto, T & Saintilan, N (2006). Mid-Holocene Development of Mangrove Communities Featuring Rhizophoraceae and Geomorphic Change in the Richmond River Estuary, New South Wales, Australia Geographical Research. Vol. 44 63-76.
  • Haberle, S, Tibby, J, Dimitriadis, S et al (2006). The impact of European occupation on terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem dynamics in an Australian tropical rain forest Journal of Ecology. Vol. 94 987-1002.
  • Massaferro, J, Brooks, S & Haberle, S (2005). The dynamics of chironomid assemblages and vegetation during the Late Quaternary at laguna Facuil, Chonos Archipelago, south Chile Quaternary Science Reviews. Vol. 24 2510-2522.
  • Haberle, S (2005). A 23,000-yr pollen record from Lake Euramoo, Wet Tropics of NE Queensland, Australia Quaternary Research. Vol. 64 343-356.
  • Pickett, E, Harrison, S, Hope, G et al (2004). Pollen-based reconstructions of biome distributions for Australia, southeast Asia and the Pacific Journal of Biogeography. Vol. 31 1381-1444.
  • Haberle, S, Denham, T & Lentfer, C (2004). New Evidence and Revised Interpretations of Early Agriculture in Highland New Guinea Antiquity. Vol. 78 839-857.
  • Haberle, S & David, B (2004). Climates of change: Human dimensions of Holocene environmental change in low latitudes of the PEPII transect. Quaternary International. Vol. 118-119 165-179.
  • Haberle, S & Bennett, K (2004). Postglacial formation and dynamics of north Patagonian rainforest in the Chonos Archipelago, Southern Chile. Quaternary Science Reviews. Vol. 23 2433-2452.
  • Gagan, M, Hendy, E, Haberle, S et al (2004). Post-glacial evolution of the Indo-Pacific Warm Pool and El Nino-Southern Oscillation Quaternary International. Vol. 118-119 127-143.
  • David, B, McNiven, I, Mitchell, R et al (2004). Badu 15 and Papuan-Austronesian settlement of Torres Strait Archaeology in Oceania. Vol. 39 65-78.
  • Szeicz, J, Haberle, S & Bennett, K (2003). Dynamics of north Patagonian rainforests from fine-resolution pollen, charcoal and tree-ring analysis, Chonos Archipelago, Southern Chile. Austral Ecology. Vol. 28 413-422.
  • Haberle, S (2003). Comments on Rainfall Variability and Subsistence Systems in Southeast Asia and the Western Pacific Current Anthropology. Vol. 44 378-379.
  • Haberle, S (2003). Late quaternary vegetation dynamics and human impact on Alexander Selkirk Island, Chile Journal of Biogeography. Vol. 30 239-255.
  • Haberle, S (2003). The emergence of an agricultural landscape in the highlands of New Guinea. Archaeology in Oceania. Vol. 38 149-159.
  • Denham, T, Haberle, S, Lentfer, C et al (2003). Origins of Agriculture at Kuk Swamp in the Highlands of New Guinea Science. Vol. 301 189-193.
  • Haberle, S, Hope, G & van der Kaars, W (2001). Biomass burning in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea: natural and human induced fire events in the fossil record Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. Vol. 171 259-268.

Books

  • David, B, Haberle, S & Walker, D (2012). Peopled landscapes: (terra australis 34)archaeological and biogeographic approaches to landscapes . Canberra: ANU ePress.
  • Haberle, S, Stevenson, J & Prebble, M (2010). Altered Ecologies: Fire, climate and human influence on terrestrial landscapes (Terra Australis 32) . Canberra Australia: ANU ePress.

Book chapters

  • Ballard, C, Denham, T & Haberle, S (2013). Wetland archaeology in the highlands of New Guinea. In Francesco Menotti and Aidan O’Sullivan (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Wetland Archaeology (pp. 231-248) Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Prebble, M, Stevenson, J & Haberle, S (2010). A D-section and a tin whistle: A tribute to Prof. Geoff Hope. In Haberle, S.G., Stevenson, J. and Prebble, M. (Ed.), Altered Ecologies: Fire, climate and human influence on terrestrial landscapes (Terra Australis 32) (pp. Jan-14) Canberra Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Denham, T, Haberle, S & Pierret, A (2009). A multi-disciplinary method for the investigation of early agriculture: Learning lessons from Kuk. In Andrew Fairbairn, Sue O’Connor, Ben Marwick (Ed.), New Directions in Archaeological Science (Terra Australis 28) (pp. 139-154) Canberra Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Denham, T, Haberle, S & Pierret, A (2009). A multi-disciplinary method for the investigation of early agriculture: Learning lessons from Kuk. In Andrew Fairbairn, Sue O’Connor, Ben Marwick (Ed.), New Directions in Archaeological Science (Terra Australis 28) (pp. 139-154) Canberra Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Willis, K, Bennett, K & Haberle, S (2008). Solar influence on Holocene fire history. In G. Fiorentino and D. Magri (Ed.), Charcoals from the Past: Cultural and Palaeoenvironmental Implications (pp. 307-318) Oxford: Archaeopress.
  • Flett, I & Haberle, S (2008). East of Easter: Traces of human impactin the far-eastern Pacific. In Geoffrey Clark, Foss Leach & Sue O'Connor (Ed.), Islands of inquiry: colonisation, seafaring and the archaeology of maritime landscapes (Terra Australis 29) (pp. 281-299) Canberra: ANU ePress.
  • Hope, G & Haberle, S (2005). The history of the human landscapes of New Guinea. In Andrew Pawley, Robert Attenborough, Jack Golson and Robin Hide (Ed.), Papuan pasts: Cultural, linguistic and biological histories of Papuan-speaking peoples (pp. 541-554) Canberra Australia: Pacific Linguistics.
  • Haberle, S & Atkin, G (2005). Needles in a haystack: searching for sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.) in the fossil pollen record. In Chris Ballard, Paula Brown, R. Michael Bourke and Tracy Harwood (Ed.), The Sweet Potato in Oceania: a reappraisal (pp. 25-34) Rosebery, NSW, Australia: Oceania Publications and University of Pittsburgh.
  • Haberle, S (2000). Vegetation Response to Climate Variability: A Paleoecological Perspective on the Enso Phenomenon. In Grove, R H; Chappell, J (Ed.), El Nino, history and crisis: Studies from the Asia-Pacific Region (pp. 66-78) Cambridge, UK: The White Horse Press.

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