Also publishes as (Michael John O'Leary, Michael J. O'Leary, M.J. O'Leary)
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O'Leary, M.J., Hearty, P.J., and McCulloch, M.T. (2008) Geomorphic evidence of major sea-level fluctuations during marine isotope substage-5e, Cape Cuvier, Western Australia. Geomorphology, 102 (3-4). pp. 595-602.
Andersen, Morten B., Stirling, Claudine H., Potter, Emma-Kate, Halliday, Alex N., Blake, Steven G., McCulloch, Malcolm T., Ayling, Bridget F., and O'Leary, Michael (2008) High-precision U-series measurements of more than 500,000 year old fossil corals. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 265 (1-2). pp. 229-245.
O'Leary, Michael J., Hearty, Paul J., and McCulloch, Malcolm T. (2008) U-series evidence for widespread reef development in Shark Bay during the last interglacial. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 259 (4). pp. 424-435.
O'Leary, Michael John (2007) The stratigraphy and geochronology of emergent fossil reef deposits of Western Australia. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Hearty, Paul, O'Leary, Michael, Donald, Andrew, and Lachlan, Terry (2006) The enigma of 3400 years BP coastal oolites in tropical northwest Western Australia... why then, why there? Sedimentary Geology, 186 (3-4). pp. 171-185.
Hearty, Paul J., O'Leary, Michael J., Kaufman, Darrell S., Page, Michael C., and Bright, Jordon (2004) Amino acid geochronology of individual foraminifer (Pulleniatina obliquiloculata) tests, north Queensland margin, Australia: A new approach to correlating and dating Quaternary tropical marine sediment cores. Paleoceanography, 19 (PA4022). pp. 1-14.