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2013Community based adaptation to climate change: The Arabana, South AustraliaNursey-Bray, M.; Fergie, D.; Arbon, V.; Rigney, L.; Palmer, R.; Tibby, J.; Harvey, N.; Hackworth, L.; National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility
2009Anthropogenic acceleration of sediment accretion in lowland floodplain wetlands, Murray-Darling Basin, AustraliaGell, P.; Fluin, J.; Tibby, J.; Hancock, G.; Harrison, J.; Zawadski, A.; Haynes, D.; Khanum, S.; Little, F.; Walsh, B.
2006The impact of European occupation on terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem dynamics in an Australian tropical rain forestHaberle, S.; Tibby, J.; Dimitriadis, S.; Heijnis, H.
2003Explaining lake and catchment change using sediment derived and written histories: an Australian perspectiveTibby, J.
2016Carbon isotope discrimination in leaves of the broad-leaved paperbark tree, Melaleuca quinquenervia, as a tool for quantifying past tropical and subtropical rainfallTibby, J.; Barr, C.; McInerney, F.; Henderson, A.; Leng, M.; Greenway, M.; Marshall, J.; McGregor, G.; Tyler, J.; McNeil, V.
2010Complex reservoir sedimentation revealed by an unusual combination of sediment records, Kangaroo Creek Reservoir, South AustraliaTibby, J.; Gell, P.; Hancock, G.; Clark, M.
2012The Younger Dryas: relevant in the Australian region?Tibby, J.
2007The impact of regulation and salinisation on floodplain lakes: the lower River Murray, AustraliaGell, P.; Tibby, J.; Little, F.; Baldwin, D.; Hancock, G.
2007Diatom-salinity relationships in wetlands: assessing the influence of salinity variability on the development of inference modelsTibby, J.; Gell, P.; Fluin, J.; Sluiter, I.
2007LIMPACS - human and climate interactions with lake ecosystems: setting research priorities in the study of the impact of salinisation and climate change on lakes, 2005-2010Gell, P.; Fritz, S.; Battarbee, R.; Tibby, J.