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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 in Australia and the southwest Pacific. More

Editors: R.W. Home and L. Robin

 
 
 

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Volume 24 Number 2 2013

 
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Table of Contents 
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Liebig’s Australian Connection: James King’s Scientific Viticulture 
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Ian D. Rae and William H. Brock
pp. 189-206
 
  
 

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Ralph Tate (1840–1901), Naturalist par excellence: Life and Work before Emigration to Australia 
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Barbara P. Kidman
pp. 207-224
 
  
 

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The Nature Study Idea in New South Wales: The Role of Charles Tucker Musson (1856–1928) 
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Dorothy Kass
pp. 225-241
 
  
 

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Mollie Elizabeth Holman 1930–2010 
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Elspeth M. McLachlan and G. David S. Hirst
pp. 242-250
 
  
 

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Paul Ivan Korner 1925–2012 
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John Chalmers, James Angus, Robert Graham, John Carmody, Roger Dampney, Garry Jennings and Nicholas Korner
pp. 251-282
 
  
 

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Nancy Fanny Millis 1922–2012 
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A. J. Pittard
pp. 283-293
 
  
 

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Bernard Yarnton Mills 1920–2011 
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R. H. Frater, W. M. Goss and H. W. Wendt
pp. 294-315
 
  
 

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John Frederick Adrian Sprent 1915–2010 
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Chris Bryant, Ian Beveridge, Malcolm Jones and Hugh I. Jones
pp. 316-338
 
  
 

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Reviews 
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Compiled by Sara Maroske
pp. 339-351
 
 

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Annual Author Index 
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pp. ii-ii
 
 

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1. Published 7 May 2013
Assembling Acclimatization: Frederick McCoy, European Ideas, Australian Circumstances

Peter Minard

2. Published 7 May 2013
Specimens and the Currency of Honour: the Museum Trade of Ferdinand von Mueller

A. M. Lucas

3. Published 7 May 2013
Frank John Fenner 1914–2010

Stephen Boyden, Robert Blanden and Cedric Mims

4. Published 7 May 2013
Bibliography of the History of Australian Science, No. 33, 2012

Compiled by Helen M. Cohn

5. Published 9 November 2012
Australian and Indian Plants: Making Connexions in Nineteenth-Century Botany

Sara Maroske

6. Published 2 November 2011
Duboisia Pituri: A Natural History

Luke Keogh

7. Published 12 November 2013
Ralph Tate (1840–1901), Naturalist par excellence: Life and Work before Emigration to Australia

Barbara P. Kidman

8. Published 12 November 2013
John Frederick Adrian Sprent 1915–2010

Chris Bryant, Ian Beveridge, Malcolm Jones and Hugh I. Jones

9. Published 12 November 2013
The Nature Study Idea in New South Wales: The Role of Charles Tucker Musson (1856–1928)

Dorothy Kass

10. Published 4 May 2011
The Search for a Solution to Australian Locust Outbreaks: How Developments in Ecology and Government Responses Influenced Scientific Research

E. D. Deveson

11. Published 7 May 2013
Phillip Garth Law 1912–2010

Patrick G. Quilty and Desmond J. Lugg

12. Published 7 May 2013
Fraser John Bergersen 1929–2011

John Brockwell, Janet I. Sprent and David A. Day

13. Published 7 May 2013
Graeme Reade Anthony (‘Bill’) Ellis 1921–2011

Robert Delbourgo and Peter M. McCulloch

14. Published 7 May 2013
David Orme Masson, the Periodic Classification of the Elements and His ‘Flap’ Model of the Periodic Table

Ian D. Rae

15. Published 11 May 2012
National Identity and International Science: The Case of Acacia

Libby Robin and Jane Carruthers

16. Published 9 November 2012
John Paul Wild 1923–2008

R. H. Frater and R. D. Ekers

17. Published 7 May 2013
William Herdman Elliott 1925–2012

George E. Rogers

18. Published 12 November 2013
Mollie Elizabeth Holman 1930–2010

Elspeth M. McLachlan and G. David S. Hirst

19. Published 12 November 2013
Liebig’s Australian Connection: James King’s Scientific Viticulture

Ian D. Rae and William H. Brock

20. Published 12 November 2013
Nancy Fanny Millis 1922–2012

A. J. Pittard


      
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