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Clarke, S, T Hubble, D Airey, P Yu, R Boyd, J Keene, N Exon, and James V Gardner. 2012. Submarine Landslides On The Upper Southeast Australian Passive Continental Margin – Preliminary Findings. 6Th International Symposium On Submarine Mass Movements And Their Consequences. 6Th International Symposium On Submarine Mass Movements And Their Consequences. Kiel, Germany.
Boyd, R, J Keene, T Hubble, James V Gardner, K Glenn, K Ruming, and N Exon. 2009. Southeast Australia: A Cenozoic Continental Margin Dominated By Mass Transport. Submarine Mass Movements And Their Consequences. Submarine Mass Movements And Their Consequences. Austin, TX, USA.
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Clarke, S, T Hubble, D Airey, P Yu, R Boyd, J Keene, N Exon, and James V Gardner. 2012. Morphologic Characteristics And Tsunamogenic Potential Of Southeastern Australia’S Upper Continental Slope Submarine Landslides.. 6Th International Symposium On Submarine Mass Movements And Their Consequences. 6Th International Symposium On Submarine Mass Movements And Their Consequences. Kiel, Germany.
Boyd, R, J Keene, T Hubble, James V Gardner, K Glenn, K Ruming, and N Exon. 2010. Southeast Australia:  A Cenozoic Continental Margin Dominated By Mass Transport. In Submarine Mass Movements And Their Consequences, 28:491-502. Submarine Mass Movements And Their Consequences. New York, NY, USA: Springer Science.