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Book in a Series (Edited) 1999 Bacus, Elisabeth A. Complex Polities in the Ancient Tropical World [Bacus, 1999 #22018]
Journal Article 2017 Kusmartono, Vida P.R. Late Pleistocene to recent: Human activities in the deep interior equatorial rainforest of Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo Quaternary International [Kusmartono, 2017 #27035]
Journal Article 2017 Barker, Graeme The ‘cultured rainforests’ of Borneo Quaternary International [Barker, 2017 #27034]
Journal Article 2005 Hunt, C. O. Pollen taphonomy and airfall sedimentation in a tropical cave: the West Mouth of the Great Cave of Niah in Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo Journal of Archaeological Science [Hunt, 2005 #28498]
Journal Article 2007 Partin, Judson W. Millennial-scale trends in west Pacific warm pool hydrology since the Last Glacial Maximum Nature [Partin, 2007 #28584]
Journal Article 2007 Barker, Graeme The ‘human revolution’ in lowland tropical Southeast Asia: the antiquity and behavior of anatomically modern humans at Niah Cave (Sarawak, Borneo) Journal of Human Evolution [Barker, 2007 #28795]
Book Section 1992 Bellwood, Peter The antiquity of equatorial rainforest occupation in Southeast Asia Man and his culture: a resurgence [Bellwood, 1992 #24129]
Journal Article 1997 van der Kaars, S. Vegetation and climate change in West-Java, Indonesia during the last 135,000 years Quaternary International [van 1997 #31360]
Journal Article 1998 van der Kaars, S. Marine and terrestrial pollen records of the last glacial cycle from the Indonesian region: Bandung Basin and the Banda Sea Palaeoclimates [van 1998 #31359]
Journal Article 1973 Whyte, Robert Orr The Gramineae, wild and cultivated, of monsoonal and equatorial Asia. I. Southeast Asia Asian Perspectives (1972) [Whyte, 1973 #33264]
Journal Article 1968 Chang, Jen-Hu The agricultural potential of the humid tropics Geographical Review [Chang, 1968 #33744]
Book Section in a Series 1971 Brunig, E. F. On the ecological significance of drought in the equatorial wet evergreen (rain) forest of Sarawak (Borneo) [and discussion] The Water Relations of Malesian Forests. Transactions of the First Aberdeen-Hull Symposium on Malesian Ecology, Hull, 1970 [Brunig, 1971 #26328]