The Kimberley Society

 

 

 

2018

Paleoecology, biodiversity and climate change: Recent research on Kimberley environmemnts at ANU. (Simon Haberle, December)

From Carniverous plants to rockpools: diversity and ecology in the Kimberley. (Adam Cross & Laura Skates, November)

The German ethnographic expeditions to the Kimberley, Northwest Australia, 1938/39, 1954/55. (Martin Porr, October)

Gija Jumula-The story of Kings Park Big Boab 10 years after its arrival at Kings Park and Botanic Garden. (Patrick Courtney, September)

An overview of the Thunderbird mineral sands project. (Kim Pervan, August)

Sawfish Stories. (Monique Barker & Karissa Lear, July)

Sandalwood: Heaven Scent. (Chris Done, June)

First descent of the Drysdale River, Kimberley, 1986. (Joc Schmiechen, May)

The past, the present and the future: Aboriginal cultural heritage in the Kimberley. (Sam Lovell, April)

The Kimberley Coast-naturally. (Kevin Coate, March)

Seek and ye shall find: Walking, canoeing, driving and helicopter adventures in the North Kimberley, 2017.  (Jeff Gresham, Tim Griffin, Hamish McGlashan and Mike Cusack, February)

 

  


 

 

 
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