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2010Uncoupling ecological innovation and speciation in sea snakes (Elapidae, Hydrophiinae, Hydrophiini)Sanders, K.; Mumpuni; Lee, M.
2001Understanding Active Noise CancellationHansen, C.
2005Understanding alternative splicing: towards a cellular codeMatlin, A.; Clark, F.; Smith, C.
2012Understanding inland acid sulfate soilsFitzpatrick, R.; National Acid Sulfate Soil Conference (3rd : 2013 : Melbourne, Victoria)
2006Understanding kiwifruit management using causal mappingFairweather, John; Hunt, Lesley; Rosin, Chris; Campbell, Hugh; Benge, Jayson; Watts, Michael John
2008Understanding phytoplankton variability throughout Spencer Gulf, South Australia, via satellite derived Chlorophyll-ABierman, P.; Lewis, M.; Tanner, J.; Ostendorf, B.; IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (2008 : Boston, USA)
2010Understanding predictive uncertainty in hydrologic modeling: The challenge of identifying input and structural errorsRenard, B.; Kavetski, D.; Kuczera, G.; Thyer, M.; Franks, S.
2004Understanding soil change: soil sustainability over millennia, centuries, and decadesChittleborough, D.
1998Understanding the behaviour and optimising the performance of back-propagation neural networks : an empirical studyMaier, Holger R.; Dandy, Graeme Clyde
2008Understanding the impact of biofilm growth on pipe roughnessLambert, M.; Brookes, J.; Kildea, M.; Grantham, T.; McFarlane, B.; World Environmental and Water Resources Congress (2008 : Honolulu, Hawaii)
2003Understanding the mechanisms modelled by artificial neural networks for hydrological predictionHumphrey, G.; Maier, H.; Lambert, M.; International Congress on Modelling and Simulation (15th : 2003 : Townsville, Queensland)
2001Understanding the range of applicability of artificial neural network forecasting modelsBowden, G.; Maier, H.; Dandy, G.; International Congress on Modelling and Simulation (14th : 2001 : Canberra, A.C.T.)
2018Underutilized biogeochemical tracers distinguish invertebrate populations in a complex river systemMunroe, S.; Fry, B.; Olley, J.
2011Unexpected post-settlement freshening and increase in charophytes in Bombah Broadwater (Myall Lakes, New South Wales, Australia)Leyden, E.; Tibby, J.; Garcia, A.; Zawadzki, A.
2013Unified changes in cell size permit coordinated leaf evolutionBrodribb, T.; Jordan, G.; Carpenter, R.
2001A unified electron transfer model for the different precursors and excited states of the hydrated electronKee, T.; Son, D.; Kambhampati, P.; Barbara, P.
2013Uniparental markers in Italy reveal a sex-biased genetic structure and different historical strataBoattini, A.; Adler, C.; Cooper, A.; Dersarkissian, C.; Haak, W.; Adler, Christina Jane; Cooper, Alan; Dersarkissian, Clio Simone Irmgard; Haak, Wolfgang
1997A united approach to almond improvementAinsley, P.; Bertozzi, T.
2011Unmixing of soil types and estimation of soil exposure with simulated hyperspectral imagerySummers, D.; Lewis, M.; Ostendorf, B.; Chittleborough, D.
2010Unraveling diet and feeding histories of fish using fatty acids as natural tracersElsdon, Travis Samuel