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Professor Tim Bayliss-Smith

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Professor of Pacific Geography and Fellow of St. John's College


Departments and Institutes

Geography:

Collaborators

Key Publications

Adams, W. M. (1990). The changing uplands. In T. P. Bayliss-Smith, & S. E. Owens (Eds.), Britain's Changing Environment from the Air (pp. 15-47). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Owens, S. E., & BAyliss-Smith, T. (1994). The environmental challenge. In D. Gregory, R. L. Martin, & G. Smith (Eds.), Human Geography: society, space and social science (pp. 113-145). Basingstoke, London: Macmillan.
Owens, S. E. (1990). Energy. In S. Owens, & T. Bayliss-Smith (Eds.), Britain's changing environment from the air (pp. 188-218). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Owens, S. E. (1990). Introduction. In S. Owens, & S. Bayliss-Smith (Eds.), Britain's changing environment from the air (pp. 7-14). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Bayliss-Smith, T. P. (n.d.). Phase 4; Phase 5; Phase 6. In J. Golson, T. Denham, & P. Swadling (Eds.), Ten Thousand years of Gardening in New Guinea: the Kuk Site of Early Agriculture. Terra Australis monographs, Australian National University, Canberra.
Bayliss-Smith, T. P. (n.d.). Colonialism as shell-shock: William Rivers's explanations for depopulation in Melanesia. In C. Berg, & E. Hviding (Eds.), The Ethnographic Experiment: Rivers and Hocart in Solomon Islands, 1908. Berghahn, Oxford.
Bayliss-Smith, T. P., & Bennett, J. (n.d.). An Otago Storeman in Solomon Islands: the Diary of William Crossan, Copra Trader, 1885-86. Australian National University, Canberra.
Bayliss-Smith, T. P. (n.d.). Taro, turmeric and gender. In R. Feinberg, & R. Scaglion (Eds.), The Polynesian Outliers (Special Issue ed.). University of Pittsburgh: Ethnology Monographs.
Bayliss-Smith, T. P., & Hviding, E. (n.d.). Irrigated taro, malaria and the expansion of chiefdoms: ruta in New Georgia, Solomon Islands. In P. Matthews, M. Spriggs, & D. Addison (Eds.), Wet Taro in Oceania. Terra Australis, Canberra.
Bayliss-Smith, T. P., Gough, K. V., Christensen, A. E., & Kristensen, S. (2010). Managing Ontong Java atoll: social institutions for production and governance of atoll resources in Solomon Islands. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 31, 55-69.
Gough, K. V., Bayliss-Smith, T., Connell, J., & Mertz, O. (2010). Small island sustainability in the Pacific. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 31, 1-9.
Bayliss-Smith, T. P., & Christensen, A. E. (2008). Birds and people on Ontong Java atoll, Solomon Islands, 1910-2008: continuity and change. Atoll Research Bulletin, 262, 1-36.
Bayliss-Smith, T., & Owens, S. E. (1990). Britain's changing environment from the air. Cambridge Univ Pr.
Reed, D. J., Stoddart, D. R., & Bayliss-Smith, T. P. (1985). Tidal flows and sediment budgets for a salt-marsh system, Essex, England. Vegetatio, 62(1-3), 375-380.
Green, H. M., Stoddart, D. R., Bayliss-Smith, T. P., & Reed, D. J. (1986). Saltmarsh tidal creek dynamics, Scolt Head Island, Norfolk, England..
Healey, R. G., Pye, K., Stoddart, D. R., & Bayliss-Smith, T. P. (1981). Velocity variations in salt marsh creeks, Norfolk, England. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 13(5), 535-545.
Steers, J. A., Stoddart, D. R., Bayliss-Smith, T. P., Spencer, T., & Durbidge, P. M. (1979). The storm surge of 11 January 1978 on the east coast of England.. Geographical Journal, 145(2), 192-205.
Bayliss-Smith, T. P., Bedford, R., Brookfield, H., & Latham, M. (1988). Islands, islanders and the world: the colonial and post-colonial experience of eastern Fiji. Islands, islanders and the world: the colonial and post-colonial experience of eastern Fiji.
Bayliss-Smith, T. P. (1984). Energy flows and agrarian change in Karnataka: the Green Revolution at micro-scale ( India).. Understanding Green Revolutions, 153-172.
Bayliss-Smith, T. P. (1992). The ecology of agricultural systems.
Mulk, I. -M., & Bayliss-Smith, T. (2006). Rock art and Sami sacred geography in Badjelánnda, Laponia, Sweden. Umea: |Department of Archaeology and Sami Studies, University of Umea,and Kungl. Skytteanska Samfundet, Umea, Sweden.
Bayliss-Smith, T. (2012). Sugar cane. TLS - The Times Literary Supplement, (5692), 6.
Bayliss-Smith, T., & Christensen, A. E. (2008). Birds and people on ontong java atoll, 1906-2008: Continuity and change. Atoll Research Bulletin, (562), 1-36.
Hashim, N. R., Hughes, F., & Bayliss-Smith, T. (2010). Non-native species in floodplain secondary forests in peninsular Malaysia. EnvironmentAsia, 3(SPECIAL ISSUE), 43-49.
Kaonga, M. L., & Bayliss-Smith, T. P. (2011). Simulation of carbon pool changes in woodlots in eastern Zambia using the CO2FIX model. Agroforestry Systems, 1-11.
Bayliss-Smith, T. P. (1988). The role of hurricanes in the development of reef islands, Ontong Java atoll, Solomon Islands. Geographical Journal, 154(3), 377-391.
Bayliss-Smith, T. P. (1990). The integrated analysis of seasonal energy deficits: problems and prospects.. Eur J Clin Nutr, 44 Suppl 1, 113-121. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2193801
Smith, J. M. B., & Bayliss-Smith, T. P. (1998). Kelp-plucking: coastal erosion facilitated by bull-kelp Durvillaea antarctica at subantarctic Macquarie Island. ANTARCT SCI, 10(4), 431-438.
Bayliss-Smith, T. (2000). The Pacific Islands: Environment and society. CONTEMPORARY PACIFIC, 12(2), 530-532. doi:10.1353/cp.2000.0043
Bayliss-Smith, T. (1998). Guardians of Marovo Lagoon: Practice, place, and politics in maritime Melanesia. CONTEMPORARY PACIFIC, 10(1), 262-265. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/gateway/Gateway.cgi?GWVersion=2&SrcApp=PARTNER_APP&SrcAuth=LinksAMR&KeyUT=000072028500015&DestLinkType=FullRecord&DestApp=ALL_WOS&UsrCustomerID=940c5db9f6a527ba8e12659dac275555
BAYLISSSMITH, T. P., HEALEY, R., LAILEY, R., SPENCER, T., & STODDART, D. R. (1979). TIDAL FLOWS IN SALT-MARSH CREEKS. ESTUAR COAST MAR SCI, 9(3), 235-255.
Kaonga, M. L., & Bayliss-Smith, T. P. (2009). Carbon pools in tree biomass and the soil in improved fallows in eastern Zambia. AGROFOREST SYST, 76(1), 37-51. doi:10.1007/s10457-008-9185-7
Kaonga, M. L., & Bayliss-Smith, T. P. (2012). Simulation of carbon pool changes in woodlots in eastern Zambia using the CO2FIX model. Agroforestry Systems, 86(2), 213-223.
Bayliss-Smith, T., Gough, K. V., Christensen, A. E., & Kristensen, S. P. (2010). Managing Ontong Java: Social institutions for production and governance of atoll resources in Solomon Islands. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 31(1), 55-69.
Bayliss-Smith, T., Hviding, E., & Whitmore, T. (2003). Rainforest composition and histories of human disturbance in Solomon Islands.. Ambio, 32(5), 346-352. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14571964
Kaonga, M. L., & Bayliss-Smith, T. P. (2010). Allometric models for estimation of aboveground carbon stocks in improved fallows in eastern Zambia. AGROFOREST SYST, 78(3), 217-232. doi:10.1007/s10457-009-9253-7
Gough, K. V., Bayliss-Smith, T., Connell, J., & Mertz, O. (2010). Small island sustainability in the Pacific: Introduction to the special issue. SINGAPORE J TROP GEO, 31(1), 1-9. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9493.2010.00382.x