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  The history of science, pure and applied, in Australia and the southwest Pacific
 
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Historical Records of Australian Science records the history of science, pure and applied, in Australia and the southwest Pacific. More

Editors: Sara Maroske and Ian Rae

 
 
 

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Volume 26 Number 1 2015

 
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The Lapérouse Expedition and Geomagnetism: The Unexpected Discovery of Lamanon’s ‘Lost’ Letter and Ledru’s Instructions 
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Doug Morrison and Ivan Barko
pp. 1-19
 
  
  
 

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Sugar in Mid-twentieth-century Australia: A Bittersweet Tale of Behaviour, Economics, Politics and Dental Health 
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H. F. Akers , M. A. Foley , P. J. Ford and L. P. Ryan
pp. 20-35
 
  
 

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How Astronomers Focused the Scope of their Discussions: The Formation of the Astronomical Society of Australia 
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Nick Lomb
pp. 36-57
 
  
 

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The Science and Industry Endowment Fund: Supporting the Development of Australian Science 
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Susan Smith and Thomas H. Spurling
pp. 58-83
 
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Stephen John Angyal 1914–2012 
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John D. Stevens
pp. 84-91
 
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Reviews 
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Compiled by Peter Hobbins
pp. 92-99
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Bibliography of the History of Australian Science, No. 35, 2014 
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Compiled by Helen M. Cohn
pp. iii-liii
 
 

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How the Desert got a Past: A History of Quaternary Research in Australia’s Deserts

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The Science and Industry Endowment Fund: Supporting the Development of Australian Science

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6. Published 4 May 2015
The Lapérouse Expedition and Geomagnetism: The Unexpected Discovery of Lamanon’s ‘Lost’ Letter and Ledru’s Instructions

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7. Published 5 May 2014
What’s Happening to the Weather? Australian Climate, H. C. Russell, and the Theory of a Nineteen-Year Cycle

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Stephen John Angyal 1914–2012

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10. Published 4 May 2015
How Astronomers Focused the Scope of their Discussions: The Formation of the Astronomical Society of Australia

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11. Published 11 November 2014
State, Scientists and Citizens: Conserving Lake Magenta and Dragon Rocks, Western Australia

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Sugar in Mid-twentieth-century Australia: A Bittersweet Tale of Behaviour, Economics, Politics and Dental Health

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Renfrey Burnard Potts 1925–2005

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Ian D. Rae

20. Published 11 November 2014
Arthur Melville Thompson 1917–2009

Barry D. Inglis


      
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