Links to Collections of Papers since 1822


Point Counterpoint on natural gas as a transition fuel (from December 2020 issue)

Papers on Aboriginal themes

Papers by polymath William Stanley Jevons (1835-1882) and his son, Herbert Stanley Jevons (1875-1955),
a 1936 paper on WSJ by John Maynard Keynes, and
a 2004 paper on WSJ by Ian Castles, former Australian Statistician.

Papers by geologist, William Branwhite Clarke (1798-1878),
with some biographical papers.

Twenty-seven papers by astronomer, John Tebbutt Jr. (1834-1916)

Fifty-six papers by chemist, Archibald Liversidge (1846-1927)

Papers by aviation pioneer, Lawrence Hargrave (1850-1915),
with an appreciation of Hargrave.

Twenty-seven papers by mathematician and statistician Sir George Handley Knibbs (1858-1929),
and a biography. Sir George was the first Commonwealth Statistician.

Eighteen papers by engineer William Henry Warren (1852-1926)

Fifty papers by botanist, Joseph Henry Maiden (1859-1925)

Twenty-two papers  by geologist, Sir Tannatt William Edgeworth David (1858-1934),
and an appreciation and a centenary colloquium.

Twelve papers by physicist, James Arthur Pollock (1865-1922),
and a modern application.

Thirty-four papers by the geologists Ida Alison Brown (1900-1976) and her husband, William Rowan Browne (1884-1975)

Seventeen papers by chemists Rita Harriet Harradence (1915-2012) and her husband, Sir John Warcup Cornforth (1917-2013).
Sir John is the sole N.S.W.-born Nobel laureate so far.


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