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Robert S. Hill
Robert S. Hill
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The ecology and biogeography of Nothofagus forests
TT Veblen, RS Hill, J Read
Yale University Press, 1996
2791996
Changes in species assemblages within the Adelaide metropolitan area, Australia, 1836–2002
CJ Tait, CB Daniels, RS Hill
Ecological Applications 15 (1), 346-359, 2005
2082005
Southern conifers in time and space
RS Hill, TJ Brodribb
Australian Journal of Botany 47, 639-696, 1999
207*1999
Ecology of the southern conifers
NJ Enright, RS Hill
Melbourne University Press, 1995
1981995
History of the Australian vegetation: Cretaceous to Recent
RS Hill
Cambridge University Press, 1994
1971994
Origins of the southeastern Australian vegetation
RS Hill
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 2004
1812004
The importance of xylem constraints in the distribution of conifer species
T Brodribb, RS Hill
New Phytologist 143 (2), 365-372, 1999
1791999
A revised infrageneric classification of Nothofagus (Fagaceae)
RS HILL, J Read
Botanical journal of the Linnean Society 105 (1), 37-72, 1991
1771991
Patterns of Gondwana plant colonisation anddiversification
JM Anderson, HM Anderson, S Archangelsky, M Bamford, S Chandra, ...
Journal of African Earth Sciences 28 (1), 145-167, 1999
1691999
The evolutionary history of Nothofagus (Nothofagaceae)
RS Hill, GJ Jordan
Australian systematic botany 6 (2), 111-126, 1993
1651993
The evolution of the Australian flora: fossil evidence
R Hill, EM Truswell, S McLoughlin, M Dettmann
Csiro, 1999
1471999
The history of selected Australian taxa
RS Hill
History of the Australian vegetation: Cretaceous to Recent, 390-419, 1994
1281994
Nothofagus Biogeography Revisited with Special Emphasis on the Enigmatic Distribution of Subgenus Brassospora in New Caledonia
U Swenson, A Backlund, S McLoughlin, RS Hill
Cladistics 17 (1), 28-47, 2001
1252001
Fossil plants from the Pliocene Sirius Group, Transantarctic Mountains: evidence for climate from growth rings and fossil leaves
JE Francis, RS Hill
Palaios, 389-396, 1996
1171996
Reconstruction of the Oligocene vegetation at Pioneer, northeast Tasmania
RS Hill, MK Macphail
Alcheringa 7 (4), 281-299, 1983
1141983
Biogeography, evolution and palaeoecology of Nothofagus (Nothofagaceae): the contribution of the fossil record
RS Hill
Australian Journal of Botany 49 (3), 321-332, 2001
1072001
Fossil evidence for the onset of xeromorphy and scleromorphy in Australian Proteaceae
RS Hill
Australian Systematic Botany 11 (4), 391-400, 1998
1071998
The photosynthetic drought physiology of a diverse group of southern hemisphere conifer species is correlated with minimum seasonal rainfall
T Brodribb, RS Hill
Functional Ecology 12 (3), 465-471, 1998
1061998
Biogeography of Nothofagus supports the sequence of Gondwana break‐up
U Swenson, RS Hill, S McLoughlin
Taxon 50 (4), 1025-1041, 2001
1032001
PHOTOSYNTHETIC RESPONSES TO LIGHT OF AUSTRALIAN AND CHILEAN SPECIES OF NOTHOFAGUS AND THEIR RELEVANCE TO THE RAINFOREST …
J Read, RS Hill
New Phytologist 101 (4), 731-742, 1985
1011985
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