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2010Personal branding and the commodification of reflexivityWee, Lionel; Brooks, Ann Irene
2007A philosophy of diversity for sustainable agricultural development: Responding to climate change by empowering peopleBardsley, D.
2004Phosphorus limitation of bacterial growth in high Arctic lakes and pondsGraneli, Wilhelm; Bertilsson, Stefan; Philibert, Aline
2012Pilgrimage to PontosLiddle, V.
2013Planned retreat as a management response to coastal risk: A case study from the Fleurieu Peninsula, South AustraliaNiven, R.; Bardsley, D.
2010A Pleistocene diatomite from the western piedmont of Jebel Marra volcano, Darfur, western Sudan, and its hydrological and climatic significancePhilibert, A.; Tibby, J.; Williams, M.
2007Policy implications for Australian coastal communities affected by sea-level riseHarvey, N.; Clarke, B.
2007The Politics and Policy of Economic Restructuring in Australia: Understanding government Responses to the Closure of an Automotive PlantBeer, A.; Thomas, H.
2016Pontic dance: feeling the absence of homelandLiddle, V.
2016Poor housing quality: prevalence and health effectsBaker, E.; Lester, L.; Bentley, R.; Beer, A.
2001PopulationHugo, G.
2007PopulationHugo, G.
2005PopulationHugo, G.
2013PopulationHugo, G.
2015Population ageing and low fertility: recent demographic changes in Bosnia and HerzegovinaPobric, A.; Robinson, G.
2012Population and housing in Australia: Challenges for the twenty first centuryHugo, G.; National Housing Conference (7th : 2012 : Brisbane, Queensland)
1997Population Change and Development in IndonesiaHugo, G.
2006Population development and the urban outlook for Southeast AsiaHugo, G.
2012Population distribution and internal migrationHugo, G.
2015Population dynamics in regional AustraliaHugo, G.; Tan, G.; Feist, H.; Harris, K.; Regional Australia Institute