John W. Magee
Also publishes as (John Magee, J.W. Magee)
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Bruno, David, Roberts, Richard G., Magee, John, Mialanes, Jerome, Turney, Chris, Bird, Michael, White, Chris, Fifield, L. Ketih, and Tibby, John (2007) Sediment mixing at Nonda Rock: investigations of stratigraphic integrity at an early archaeological site in northern Australia and implications for the human colonisation of the continent. Journal of Quaternary Science, 22 (5). pp. 449-479.
Brook, Barry W., Bowman, David M.J.S., Burney, David A., Flannery, Timothy F., Gagan, Michael K., Gillespie, Richard, Johnson, Christopher, Kershaw, Peter, Magee, John W., Martin, Paul S., Miller, Gifford H., Peiser, Benny, and Roberts, Richard G. (2007) Would the Australian megafauna have become extinct if humans had never colonised the continent? Comments on “A review of the evidence for a human role in the extinction of Australian megafauna and an alternative explanation” by S. Wroe and J. Field. Quaternary Science Reviews, 26 (3-4). pp. 560-564.
Hesse, P.P., Luly, J.G., and Magee, J.W. (2005) The beating heart: environmental history of Australia's deserts. In: Smith, Mike, and Hesse, Paul, (eds.) 23 Degrees South: Archaeology and environmental history of the Southern Deserts. National Museum of Australia Press, Canberra, Australia, pp. 56-72.