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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 27 Number 1 2016

 
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‘Laudably Communicating to the World’: Science in Sydney’s Public Culture, 1788–1821 
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Lindy A. Orthia
pp. 1-12
 
  
 

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‘These Princely Plants’: Ferdinand Mueller and the Naming of Australasian Palms 
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John Leslie Dowe and Sara Maroske
pp. 13-27
 
  
 

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In His Own Words: Dr Hermann Beckler’s Writings about His Journeys between the Darling River and Bulloo, 1860–1 
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Beverley Wood and Thomas A. Darragh
pp. 28-40
 
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F. Mueller, ‘The Murray-scrub, Sketched Botanically’, 1850: A Humboldtian Description of Mallee Vegetation 
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Sara Maroske and Thomas A. Darragh
pp. 41-46
 
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Lawrence Ernest Lyons 1922–2010 
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John W. White
pp. 47-58
 
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Robert Lyndsay Sutherland 1947–2012 
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Elizabeth A. Musgrove
pp. 59-69
 
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Raymond John Stalker 1930–2014 
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Caroline Stalker , Richard Morgan and Roger I. Tanner
pp. 70-80
 
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Shirley Winifred Jeffrey 1930–2014 
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Simon W. Wright , Gustaaf M. Hallegraeff and R. Fauzi C. Mantoura
pp. 81-91
 
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Reviews 
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Compiled by Peter Hobbins
pp. 92-102
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Bibliography of the History of Australian Science, No. 36, 2015 
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Compiled by Helen M. Cohn
pp. iii-xxxiv
 
 

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