Conference abstracts

2012

66. Damuth, J., C.M. Janis, K. Travouillon, M. Archer, and S. Hand (2012). Molar wear gradient analysis in extant and fossil kangaroos (Marsupiala, Macropodidae). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP Program and Abstract Book, 2012.  p. 84.

65. Gilbert J. Price 2012. 350 thousand years of climate change and environmental perturbations in Queensland, Australia. Abstracts of the 34th International Geological Congress, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 5-10 August 2012. p. 780.

64. Gilbert J. Price, Webb, G.E., Hellstrom, J.C., Murray, A.S., Feng, Y.-x., Zhao, J.-x., Sobbe, I. 2012 Is Neds Gully really the youngest Pleistocene megafauna deposit in Australia? Abstracts of the 34th International Geological Congress, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 5-10 August 2012. p. 3500.

63. Black, K.H., Gilbert J. Price, Archer, M., Hand, S.J., Godthelp, H. 2012. Bearing up well: the koala’s 24 million-year-old family tree. Abstracts of the 34th International Geological Congress, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 5-10 August 2012. p. 122.

62. Nothdurft, L., Major, J., Leonard, N., Zhao, J.-x., Gilbert J. Price, Welsh, J., Webb, G., Hua, Q. 2012. Life and death of Holocene reefs of Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia. Abstracts of the 34th International Geological Congress, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 5-10 August 2012. p. 1686.

61. Eickoff, C., Nothdurft, L., Feng, Y.-x., Hocknull, S.A., Gilbert J. Price, Webb, G.E., Welsh, K., Drysdale, R., Zhao, J.-x. 2012. Millennial-scale variability in east Australian precipitation observed in central eastern Queensland speleothem. Abstracts of the 34th International Geological Congress, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 5-10 August 2012. p. 1203.

60. Louys, J., 2012. Palaeontology in ecology and conservation. 34th International Geological Congress. 5th – 10th August 2012

59. Montanari, S., Louys, J., Gilbert J. Price, 2012. Pliocene paleoenvironments of southeastern Queensland, Australia inferred from stable isotopes of marsupial tooth enamel. Abstracts of the 34th International Geological Congress, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 5-10 August 2012. p. 295.

58. Louys, J., 2012. A diverse wombat fauna from the Pliocene Chinchilla Sand Formation, southeastern Queensland, Australia. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 72nd Annual Meeting. 17th-20th October 2012

57.  Travouillon, K.J., Gurovich, Y., Beck, R.M.D., Muirhead, J., Archer, M. and Hand S.J. 2012. The evolution of bilbies and bandicoots. 34th International Geological Congress (IGC): Australia 2012.

 

2011

56. Gurovich, Y., Travouillon, K.J., Beck, R.M.D., Archer, M. and Muirhead, J., 2011. Three new species of mouse-sized Oligo-Miocene bandicoots (Marsupialia; Peramelemorphia) from Ngapakaldi, Ditjimanka and Kutjamarpu Local Faunas and Riversleigh deposits: implications for biogeography. in Geological Survey of Western Australia 2011, CAVEPS Perth 2011, 13th Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics, April 27th-30th: Geological Survey of Western Australia, Record 2011/9: p 40.

55. Travouillon, K.J., Gurovich, Y., Beck, R.M.D., Archer, M. and Muirhead, J., 2011. The genus Galadi: the story of a changing bandicoot (Marsupialia; Peramelemorphia) lineage in the Middle Miocene. in Geological Survey of Western Australia 2011, CAVEPS Perth 2011, 13th Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics, April 27th-30th: Geological Survey of Western Australia, Record 2011/9: p 82.

54. Westaway, M., Hocknull, S., Louys, J., Budby, S., Hatte, E., Pietsch, T., Thompson, J., 2011. Investigating the signature for people and megafauna at South Walker Creek, Central Queensland. Australian Archaeological Association Conference 1st-3rd December 2011.

53. Louys, J., Montanari, S., Plummer, T., Hertel, F., Bishop, L., 2011. Divergent toes: evolution of African antelope proximal phalanges and implications for divergence of shape and size. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 2nd-6th November 2011.

52. Elton, S., Meloro, C., Louys, J., Ditchfield, P., Bishop, L., 2011. Fauna and habitats in Plio Pleistocene eastern Africa: a multi-species ecomorphological approach. Inaugural meeting of the European Society for Human Evolution, Leipzig, Germany, 23rd-24th September, 2011.

51. Hocknull, S.A. Cramb, J., Gilbert J. Price, 2011. Quaternary minifauna extinctions in northern Australia – the growing list. Geological Survey of Western Australia 2011, CAVEPS Perth 2011,13th conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution Palaentology and Systematics, April 27th–30th: Geological Survey of Western Australia, Record 2011/9: 49.

50. Gilbert J. Price, Webb, G.E. 2011. Pleistocene and Holocene extinctions. Geological Survey of Western Australia 2011, CAVEPS Perth 2011,13th conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution Palaentology and Systematics, April 27th–30th: Geological Survey of Western Australia, Record 2011/9: 65. (This was an invited Keynote address for the conference)

49. Gilbert J. Price, Webb, G.E., Hellstrom, J.C., Murray, A.S., Feng, Y.-x., Zhao, J.-x., Sobbe, I.H. 2011. Integrated chronology for the Neds Gully Pleistocene megafauna deposit, Darling Downs, southeastern Queensland. Geological Survey of Western Australia 2011, CAVEPS Perth 2011,13th conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution Palaentology and Systematics, April 27th–30th: Geological Survey of Western Australia, Record 2011/9: 64.

48. Gilbert J. Price, 2011. Caves and fossils: Chillagoe’s ancient window into Australia’s prehistoric past. Chillicon 18-22 April (Australian Speleological Society Conference), Chillagoe. Electronic Abstracts Resource. (I was an invited speaker at this conference)

47. Cramb, J., Gilbert J. Price, Hocknull, S.H. 2011. Fossils from the Chillagoe caves: a historical review. Chillicon 18-22 April (Australian Speleological Society Conference), Chillagoe. Electronic Abstracts Resource.

46. Hua, Q., Webb, G.E., Zhao, J.-x., Nothdurft, L. Gilbert J. Price. 2011. Variations in marine reservoir corrections for the Great Barrier Reef during the last 7000 years. Twelfth International Conference on Accelerator Mass Spectrometry, 20-25 March 2011, New Zealand at the Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa (Te Papa).

 

2010

45. Louys, J., Meloro, C., Elton, S., Ditchfield, P., Bishop, L. C., 2010. Quantitative approaches in palaeosynecology: correlating community structure with habitats. 3rd International Palaeontology Congress.

44. Meloro, C., Elton, S., Louys, J., Ditchfield, P. Bishop, L.C., 2010. What to do with fragmentary fossils? An example based on a fossil dog from Olduvai Bed II. 3rd International Palaeontology Congress.

43. Louys, J., Elton, S., Meloro, C., Ditchfield, P., Bishop, L. C., 2010. Vegetation heterogeneity a predictor of large mammal community structure: implications for palaeoecology and conservation. American Journal of Physical Anthropologists S50: 158.

42. Northdurft, L.D., Webb, G.E., Opdyke, B.N., Gilbert J. Price, Zhao, J.-x. 2010. Keep up, catch up or give up: implications of shallow transect coring, Heron Reef,Great Barrier Reef,Australia. 2010 Australian Earth Sciences Convention (AESC), Geological Society ofAustralia, 4-8 July, National Convention Centre,Canberra,Australian Capital Territory. Abstracts: 231-232.

41. Yu, K., Zhao, j.-x., Shi, Q., Gilbert J. Price, Chen, T.-R., Zhang, H. Intensified massive coral mortality since 1860 AD In the southern South China Sea. 2010 Australian Earth Sciences Convention (AESC), Geological Society ofAustralia, 4-8 July, National Convention Centre, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. Abstracts: 55-56.


2009

40. Travouillon, K.J., Muirhead, J., Beck, R.M.D. and Gurovich, Y., 2009. An exceptionally well-preserved short-snouted bandicoot (Marsupialia; Peramelemorphia) from Riversleigh’s Oligo-Miocene deposits, Northwestern Queensland, Australia. Oral presentation at the 69th Annual Meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology.

39. Travouillon, K.J., Escarguel, G., Legendre, S., Archer, M., and Hand, S.J., 2009. The use of MSR: how much data is needed to say something meaningful in Palaeoecology?, in Travouillon, K.J., Worthy, T.H., Hand, S.J. and Creaser, P. (editors), 2009. Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics, Geological Society of Australia Abstracts, 93: p 58.

38. Travouillon, K.J., Muirhead, J., Beck, R.M.D. and Gurovich, Y., 2009. Description, phylogeny and palaeoecology of a new short-snouted bandicoot (Marsupialia; Peramelemorphia) from Riversleigh’s Oligo-Miocene deposits, Northwestern Queensland, Australia., in Travouillon, K.J., Worthy, T.H., Hand, S.J. and Creaser, P. (editors), 2009. Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics, Geological Society of Australia Abstracts, 93: p 57.

37. Louys, J., Meijaard, E., 2009. Reconstruction of Pleistocene Southeast Asian environments through megafauna community analysis. Southeast Asian Gateway Evolution. 14th-17th September 2009.

36. Meloro, C., Elton, S., Louys, J., Ditchfield, P., Bishop, L.C., 2009. Habitat adaptation as predicted by humerus morphometry in Felidae (Fissipedia, Carnivora): implications for paleoecological reconstructions. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 23rd-26th September 2009. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 29 (3): 147A.

35. Louys, J., Meijaard, E., 2009. Reconstruction of Pleistocene Southeast Asian environments through megafauna community analysis. Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 23rd-26th September 2009. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 29 (3): 137A.

34. Price, Gilbert J., Webb, G.E., Zhao, J-x.,  Feng, Y.-x., Hocknull, S.A. 2009. Pre-human climatic forcing for late Pleistocene megafaunal extinction: evidence from the Darling Downs, eastern Australia  69th Annual Meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. University of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom, 23-26th September 2009, Abstracts: 167A.

33. Price, Gilbert J., Feng, Y.-x., and Zhao, J.x. 2009. Systematic U/Th dating of Australia’s most northerly Pleistocene megafauna: Palorchestes azael from Tea Tree Cave, northeastern Queensland. In. Travouillon, K.J., Worthy, T.H., Hand, S.J., and Creaser, P. (Eds.) Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics 2009. Geological Society of Australia, Abstracts 93: 78.

32. Price, Gilbert J. and Piper, K.J. 2009. Building giants during the Pleistocene: Body size evolution of the Australian Diprotodon (Marsupialia; Diprotodontoidea). In. Travouillon, K.J., Worthy, T.H., Hand, S.J., and Creaser, P. (Eds.) Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics 2009. Geological Society ofAustralia, Abstracts 93: 77.

31. Price, Gilbert J., Sobbe, I.H., and Wilkinson, J.E. 2009. Determining the significance of Ned’s Gully in the Australian Pleistocene megafauna extinction debate. In. Travouillon, K.J., Worthy, T.H., Hand, S.J., and Creaser, P. (Eds.) Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics 2009. Geological Society ofAustralia, Abstracts 93: 51.

30. Price, Gilbert J., Webb, G.E., Zhao, J-x.,  Feng, Y.-x., Hocknull, S.A., Sobbe, I.H., and Cooke, B.N. 2009. Climatic forcing for Late Pleistocene megafaunal extinction: evidence from the Darling Downs, eastern Australia In. Travouillon, K.J., Worthy, T.H., Hand, S.J., and Creaser, P. (Eds.) Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics 2009. Geological Society of Australia, Abstracts 93: 50.

 

2008

29. Louys, J., 2008. Reconstructing palaeohabitats of Pleistocene Southeast Asia using taxon-free analysis. QUAVER 2008 18th-19th April 2008. Department of Archaeology, University of York.

 

2007

28. Travouillon, K.J., Legendre, S., Archer, M., and Hand, S.J., 2007. Explaining the gaps in body mass distributions (cenograms): statistical visualization of the ecological impact of introduced species. Oral presentation at the 67th Annual Meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 27 Program and Abstracts supplement: p 159.

27. Travouillon, K.J., Legendre, S., Archer, M., and Hand, S.J., 2007. Do cenograms work on Marsupial faunas? Comparison with other palaeoecological techniques and implication for the Riversleigh faunas. Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics (CAVEPS), Geological Society of Australia Abstracts, 85: p 34.

26. Louys, J., 2007. Quaternary extinctions of Southeast Asia’s megafauna. In: Cupper, M. L. & Gallagher S. J. (eds). Climate change or human impact? Australia’s megafaunal extinction, Selwyn Symposium of the GSA Victoria Division, September 2007, Geological Society of Australia Extended Abstracts No. 79, p. 43-46.

25. Louys, J., 2007. Super-eruptions, fluctuating seas and marauding humans: exploring the role of extrinsic factors in the extinction of Southeast Asia’s megafauna. Quaternary International 167-168: 251.

24. Louys, J., 2007. Limited effect of the Quaternary’s largest super-eruption (Toba) on land mammals from Southeast Asia. In: Warren, A. (ed). Conference on Australasian Evolution, Palaeontology & Systematics. Geological Society of Australia Abstracts 85, p.58.

23. Price, Gilbert J. (Invited speaker) 2007. Climatic forcing for Pleistocene megafaunal extinction: Evidence from easternAustralia. In: Cupper, M.L. and Gallagher, S.J. (Eds.) Selwyn Symposium 2007, Climate Change or Human Impact? Australia’s Megafaunal Extinction, Geological Society of Australia, Victoria Division, Extended Abstracts, 79: 25-29.

22. Price, Gilbert J. Webb, G.E., Hocknull, S.A., Zhao, J.-x., Feng, Y.-x., Sobbe, I.H., and Cooke, B.N. 2007. Climatic forcing for Pleistocene megafaunal extinction: Evidence from the Darling Downs, southeastern Queensland, Australia. In: Catto, N.R. (Ed.) 17th INQUA Congress. The Tropics: Heat Engine of the Quaternary. Quaternary International (Abstracts) 167-168: 332.

21. Webb. G.E., Price, Gilbert J., Nothdurft, L.D., Deer, L.. Bostrom, T.E. and Rintoul, L. 2007. Paradoxes in carbonate diagenesis: Implications for radiocarbon dating and trace element and stable isotope archives in terrestrial clams and marine corals. In: Catto, N.R. (Ed.) 17th INQUA Congress. The Tropics: Heat Engine of the Quaternary. Quaternary International (Abstracts) 167-168: 442-443.

20. Zhao, J.-x. Feng, Y.-x., Hocknull, S.A., Deer, L., Price, Gilbert J., and Webb, G.E. 2007. Speleothems from Mt. Etna, central Queensland, Australia: Archives of climate change during the last 500,000 years. In: Catto, N.R. (Ed.) 17th INQUA Congress. The Tropics: Heat Engine of the Quaternary. Quaternary International (Abstracts) 167-168: 474.

19. Price, Gilbert J. 2007. Diprotodon dynasties: towards an understanding of the taxonomy and palaeobiology of the largest-ever marsupial (Diprotodontoidea, Marsupialia). In: Warren, A. (Ed.) 11th Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics (Museum of Victoria, Victoria, 10-13th April 2007). Geological Society ofAustralia, Abstracts 85: 37.

18. Price, Gilbert J., Zhao, J. Feng, Y. and Hocknull, S.A. 2007. Constructing a spatially-constrained chronology of megafauna evolution and extinction in eastern Australia. In: Warren, A. (Ed.) 11th Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics (Museum of Victoria, Victoria, 10-13th April 2007). Geological Society ofAustralia, Abstracts 85: 39.

17. Price, Gilbert J. and Hocknull, S.A. 2007. Koala conundrums: a new species of middle Pleistocene Madakoala (Phascolarctidae, Marsupialia) has implications for fossil vertebrates as biocorrelative tools. In: Warren, A. (Ed.) 11th Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics (Museum of Victoria, Victoria, 10-13th April 2007). Geological Society ofAustralia, Abstracts 85: 58-59.

16. Price, Gilbert J., 2007. Exploring Australian Plio-Pleistocene megafauna chronologies: pre-human geographic range contractions of Diprotodon and Zygomaturus (Diprotodontidae, Marsupialia). 5th Southern Connection Conference, South Australia, 21-25 January 2007. 54.

 

2006

15. Travouillon, K. J., 2006. The use of MSR (Minimum Sample Richness) for analyzing modern and fossil faunas in conjunction with a taxonomic distinctness measure. Riversleigh 2006 Symposium Abstracts: p 37.

14. Travouillon, K. J. and Bedward, M., 2006. Finding the Minimum Sample Richness (MSR) for multivariate analyses: implications for palaeoecology. Symposium of vertebrate palaeontology and comparative anatomy (SVPCA) Abstracts: p 33.

13. Louys, J. & Bassarova, M., 2006. Community structure of rainforest mammals: implications for fossil deposits. Riversleigh Symposium 20th -22nd November 2006.

12. Louys, J. & Curnoe, D., 2006. Characteristics of Pleistocene megafauna extinctions in Southeast Asia. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 129 (S42): 122.

11. Price, Gilbert J., Webb, G.E., Hocknull, S.A., Zhao, J.-x., Feng, Y.-x, Sobbe, I.H. and Cooke, B.N. 2006. New ages for Pleistocene megafauna deposits of southeast Queensland. Riversleigh 2006 Research Symposium. 33.

10. Price, Gilbert J., 2006. Pleistocene palaeoecology: Towards an understanding of habitat change, species extinction, and chronologies on the Darling Downs, southeastern Queensland, Australia. Abstracts, 10th Conference on Australian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics.NaracoorteCaves World Heritage Area,South Australia, 29 March–2 April 2005. Alcheringa Special Issue 1: 460-461.

9. Price, Gilbert J. and Sobbe, I.H. 2006. Bite me: Thylacoleo fast food in the Pleistocene Darling Downs. Abstracts, 10th Conference on Australian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics.NaracoorteCaves World Heritage Area,South Australia, 29 March–2 April 2005. Alcheringa Special Issue 1: 461.

8. Price, Gilbert J. and Webb, G.E., 2006. Stratigraphy, sedimentology and taphonomy of megafauna-bearing fossil deposits of the Darling Downs, southeastern Queensland, Australia. Abstracts, 10th Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics, 29 March – 2 April 2005. Alcheringa Special Issue

 

2005

7. Travouillon, K.J., Archer, M., Hand, S. and Godthelp, H., 2005. Multivariate Analyses of the Riversleigh Local Faunas. Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics (CAVEPS) Abstracts: p 74.

6. Louys, J., Aplin, K., & Archer, M., 2005. A description of Oligo-Miocene koala skulls (Marsupialia: Phascolarctidae) and their functional interpretation. 10th Conference on Australasian Evolution, Palaeontology & Systematics and Quaternary Extinctions Symposium 29th March – 2nd April 2005. Pp 46-47.

 

2003

5. Price, Gilbert J., 2003. Pleistocene palaeoecology of the eastern Darling Downs: Site QML796. 9th Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics, Queensland Museum, Brisbane, July 7-11th 2003. Abstracts. 6-7.

4. Price, Gilbert J., 2003. Pleistocene bandicoots from the eastern Darling Downs. 9th Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics, Queensland Museum, Brisbane, July 7-11th 2003. Abstracts. 29.

3. Price, Gilbert J. and Tyler, M.J., 2003. Pleistocene frog fossils from the eastern Darling Downs, southeast Queensland. 9th Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics,QueenslandMuseum,Brisbane, July 7-11th 2003. Abstracts. 18.

2. Price, Gilbert J. and Sobbe, I.H., 2003. The palaeoecology of Frog Hollow (QML1396), King Creek, Darling Downs. 9th Conference on Australasian Vertebrate Evolution, Palaeontology and Systematics,QueenslandMuseum,Brisbane, July 7-11th 2003. Abstracts. 8-9.

 

2002

1. Price, Gilbert J., 2002 A taxonomic assessment of Diprotodon (Diprotodontoidea, Marsupialia) and an interpretation of sexual dimorphism within the genus. International Palaeontological Congress 2002, Geological Society ofAustralia. Abstracts, 68: 131.