Browsing by Author "David, Bruno O."

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  • Conservation status of New Zealand freshwater fish, 2009

    Allibone, Richard; David, Bruno O.; Hitchmough, Rodney; Jellyman, Donald; Ling, Nicholas; Ravenscroft, Peter; Waters, Jonathan (Taylor & Francis Group, 2010)
    The threat status of 74 freshwater and estuarine fish present in New Zealand was determined. Fifty-one native taxa were ranked of which 67% were considered Threatened or At Risk. A single species was classified as Extinct, ...
  • Dating painted Panel E1 at Nawarla Gabarnmang, central-western Arnhem Land plateau

    David, Bruno O.; Delannoy, Jean-Jacques; Gunn, Robert; Chalmin, Emilie; Castets, Géraldine; Petchey, Fiona; Aplin, Ken; O'Farrell, Magen; Moffat, Ian; Mialanes, Jerome; Geneste, Jean-Michel; Barker, Bryce; Sadier, Benjamin; Katherine, Margaret; Manataki, Meropi; Pietrzak, Ursula (ANU Press, 2017)
    Western Arnhem Land, in the Top End of Australia’s Northern Territory, has a rich archaeological landscape, ethnographic record and body of rock art that displays an astonishing array of imagery on shelter walls and ceilings. ...
  • Determining the age of paintings at JSARN–113/23, Jawoyn Country, central-western Arnhem Land plateau

    David, Bruno O.; Delannoy, Jean-Jacques; Gunn, Robert; Brady, Liam M.; Petchey, Fiona; Mialanes, Jerome; Chalmin, Emilie; Geneste, Jean-Michel; Moffat, Ian; Aplin, Ken; Katherine, Margaret (ANU Press, 2017)
    Western Arnhem Land in northern Australia has the rare distinction, both at national and global scales, of containing a vast landscape of many thousands of rockshelters richly decorated with art, some of which was probably ...
  • Does artificial intelligence modelling have anything to offer traditional management of freshwater food resources?

    Death, Russell G.; Collier, Kevin J.; Hudson, Maui; Canning, Adam; Niessen, Miriam; David, Bruno O.; Catlin, Alicia; Hamer, Mark; Pingram, Mochael (Environmental Research Institute, University of Waikato, 2017)
    Management of freshwater systems and the ecosystem services they provide has become a multi-stakeholder activity. This requires information on resources and how to manage them to be disseminated to a wide range of users. ...
  • Earliest evidence for ground-edge axes: 35,400±410 cal BP from Jawoyn Country, Arnhem Land

    Geneste, Jean-Michel; David, Bruno O.; Plisson, Hugues; Clarkson, Chris; Delannoy, Jean-Jacques; Petchey, Fiona; Whear, Ray (Australian Archaeology Association, 2010)
    Evidence for the world’s earliest stone tools dates to 3.4 million years ago and pre-dates the earliest known Homo species in eastern Africa. However ground-edged tools did not appear until the dispersal of cognitively ...