References

Key references:

Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) URL
Climate Change Cluster (C3) Resources URL
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
(IPCC) URL

Annink, E. and Bruinsma, M. (2008) Lovely language: Words divide, images unite. Vienna: Veenman Publishers. Review URL
Grieves, V. 2009, Aboriginal Spirituality: Aboriginal Philosophy, The Basis of Aboriginal Social and Emotional Wellbeing, Discussion Paper No. 9, Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, Darwin. Download .pdf
McGilchrist, Iain. (2009) The Master and his Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World. New Haven, London: Yale University Press
Kirkup, L. Experimental Methods: An Introduction to the analysis and presentation of Data. (1994) Australia: John Wiley & Sons
Sheppard, S.R.J. (2012) Visualising Climate Change: A Guide to Visual Communication of Climate Change and Developing Local Solutions. London, New York: Routledge
Washington, H. and Cook, J. (2011) Climate Change Denial: Heads in the Sand. London: Earthscan.
Washington, H. (2013) Human Dependence on Nature. London, New York: Routledge
White, M.E. (2003) Earth Alive! From Microbes to a Living Planet. Dural, Australia: Rosenberg Publishing Pty Ltd
Wilson, S. (2008) Research is Ceremony: Indigenous Research Methods Nova Scotia: Fernwood Publishing
Watts, E. (1977). Towards Dance and Art: A study of relationships between two art forms. London: Lepus Books.
Ziman, J. (1991) Reliable Knowledge: An Exploration of the Grounds for Belief in Science. Cambridge: Canto.


URLs:

Science

Food web visualisation Understanding interdependence in nature. Pacific Ecoinformatics (accessed 13 November 2012)

Australian Antarctic Division
Australian National Data Service
Climate Change Cluster (C3), University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)
Climate Change Cluster (C3) Resources
The Conversation —
Extreme weather, climate change, and people: academic views 18 November 2011 (accessed 23 Dec 2011)
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
NASA/Godard Space Flight Center.
Thermohaline circulation animation (accessed 2 January 2012)
NOAA Paleoclimatology Satellite and Information Service (accessed 10 February 2012)
Southern Ocean Acidification Report Card 2010: Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems (accessed 16 June 2011)
UTS Science in focus 2011 presentations
Swenson, H. Why is the ocean salty? Denver: US Geological Survey Publications
World Ocean Observatory The information exchange about the ocean – defined as an integrated global social system

Art

Aphids   Coral work
Lita Albuquerque

Claire Beynon
Karin Beaumont (Australia)(Sur Polar artist)
Erika Blumenfeld
Kenneth Colarado (EEUU-Canada)(Sur Polar artist)
Chris Drury website and Blog
Stephen Eastaugh

Eko Emersleben & Marcus Oben – The Smile at the Foot of the Ladder (from Henry Miller)
Margarita Garcia Faure (Argentina)(Sur Polar artist)
Carla Graziano (Argentina) (Sur Polar artist)
Ansilta Grizas & Federico Peretti (Argentina)(Sur Polar Artist)
Stuart Klipper

Eveline Kolijn Artist-printmaker
Gaston Lacombe (Canada-USA)(Sur Polar artist)
Emma Lindsay (Australia)
Adriana Lestido (Argentina)(Sur Polar artist)
Davy & Kristin McGuire The Ice Book, The Parting etc.
MUTO (2008) Wall painted animation
Diego Narvaez (Mexico)(Sur Polar artist)
Paxton, S. (1972) Contact Improvisation
Paxton, S. (2008) The Small Dance
Jean de Pomereu
Helen Poynor – Movement artist
Verena Stenke & Andrea Pagnes (Germany-Italy)
Guido Yannito (Argentina)(Sur Polar)
Andrea Juan (Argentina)(Sur Polar convener)

Cartoons

Arctic Adventures of Dioxy
The Animals Save the Planet

Other

Animation History Timeline Compiled from thinkquest, from AAST and Brown (accessed 23 Dec 2011)
Centre for Art & Environment Nevada
The Conversation:
Open access and scholarly publishing: is it time to tear down the paywalls? 25 October 2011 (accessed 23 Dec 2011)
Open access and academic journals: the publishers respond 11 August 2011 (accessed 23 Dec 2011)

Fox, W.  Author’s website (accessed 21 September 2011)
Gilding, P. The Great Disruption
Leonard, A. The Story of Stuff (accessed 26 December 2011)
Otto Neurath Writings
Prudence, P. (2004-)
DataIsNature.com (accessed 20 September 2011)
Research Information: Our community is used to immediate release of preprints — Interview with Jens Vigen. June-July 2006 (accessed 23 Dec 2011)
RCA videos:
—Bryan Appleyard  The brain is wider than the sky
RCAnimate:
—Iain McGilchrist (psychaiitrist) The divided brain
Semiconductorfilms (accessed 17 Dec 2011)
Do you think science …?
Slavin, K. TED lecture Kevin Slavin: How algorithms shape our world

Lisa’s Deliscious bookmarks

BOOKS:

Annink, E. and Bruinsma, M. (2008) Lovely language: Words divide, images unite. Vienna: Veenman Publishers. Review
Appleyard, B. (2011) The Brain is wider than the Sky London: Weidenfeld & Nicholson
Bach, R. (1970) Jonathan Livingston Seagull.
Bainbridge Cohen, B. (1993) Sensing, Feeling, and Action: The experiential anatomy of body-mind centering. Massachusetts: Contact Editions.
Blom, L. A. and Tarin Chaplin, L. (1988) The Moment of Movement: Dance Improvisation. Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh Press.
Bosnack, R. (2007) Embodiment: Creative Imagination in medicine, art, and travel. Routledge.
Dawkins, R. (2011) The Magic of Reality. London: Bantam Press.
Fox, W. (2000). Traversing the Great Basin: the Void, the Grid and the Sign. Reno and Las Vegas: University of Nevada Press.
Fox, W. (2007). Terra Antarctica: Looking into the Emptiest Continent. San Antonio, Texas: Shoemaker and Hoard.
Grayling, A.C. (2005). The Heart of Things: Applying Philosophy to the 21st Century. London: Phoenix.
Hinkson, M. (2001) Aboriginal Sydney: A guide to important places of the past and present. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press.
Kapit, W. (1977) The Anatomy Coloring Book. New York: Harper Collins.
Klanten, R. (Ed.) (2008) Data Flow: Visualising information in graphic design. Berlin: Gestalten.
Langer, S. (1953) Feeling and form: A theory of art developed from Philosophy in a New Key. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons
Levy, P. Collective Intelligence. pp.253-257 in Reading digital culture Ed. David Trend (2001). Maldon, Oxford, Carlton: Blackwell publishing URL
Maholy-Nagy, L.  (1949) Vision in motion. Chicago: Paul Theobald and Company.
Messel, H. (1964) Science for High School Students (Volumes 1-3). Sydney: Nuclear Research Foundation, University of Sydney.
Neurath, O. (1936) International Picture Language. London: Kegan Paul, 1934 facsimile reprint: Department of Topography and Graphic Communication, University of Reading, 1980.
Sheppard, S. R. J. (2012) Visualizing Climate Change: A Guide to Visual Communication of Climate Change and Developing Local Solutions. London, New York: Earthscan from Routledge.
Tufte, E. R. (1997) Visual Explanations: Images and Quantities, Evidence and Narrative. Cheshire, Connecticut: Graphics Press.
Tulloch, C. (2001) The Heart of the World: Antarctica. Sydney: ABC Books
Washington, H. and Cook, J. (2011) Climate Change Denial: Heads in the sand. London: Earthscan.
Wilson, S. (2008) Research is ceremony. Nova Scotia: Fernwood Publishing
Watts, E. (1977). Towards Dance and Art. London: Lepus Books.
Ziman, J. (1991) Reliable Knowledge: An Exploration of the Grounds for Belief in Science. Cambridge: Canto.

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