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The Waipounamu Erosion Surface: questioning the antiquity of the New Zealand land surface and terrestrial fauna and flora
Abstract The Waipounamu Erosion Surface is a time-transgressive, nearly planar, wave-cut surface. It is not a peneplain. Formation of the Waipounamu Erosion Surface began in Late Cretaceous time
New Zealand late Cretaceous and cenozoic plant biogeography: A contribution
Abstract Palynological data from Australia and New Zealand show marked vegetational changes throughout the Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic in response to climatic changes, fluctuations of the Antarctic
A Collaborative Epidemiological Investigation into the Criminal Fake Artesunate Trade in South East Asia
Evidence from chemical, mineralogical, biological, and packaging analysis suggested that at least some of the counterfeits were manufactured in southeast People's Republic of China, and this prompted a criminal investigation.
New Zealand Eocene, Oligocene and Miocene Macrofossil and Pollen Records and Modern Plant Distributions in the Southern Hemisphere
Well-preserved macrofossils and pollen from three sites in southern New Zealand suggest that the floras in Eocene, Oligocene and Miocene times were much more diverse at the generic level.
Poor quality vital anti-malarials in Africa - an urgent neglected public health priority
Criminals are producing diverse harmful anti-malarial counterfeits with important public health consequences and with the threatening spread of artemisinin resistance to Africa, much greater investment is required to ensure the quality of ACTs and removal of artesunate monotherapies.
The last glacial maximum in central and southern North Island, New Zealand: a paleoenvironmental reconstruction using the Kawakawa Tephra Formation as a chronostratigraphic marker
Abstract Kawakawa Tephra Formation, comprising Oruanui Ignimbrite flow member and Aokautere Ash airfall member, represents the products of an exceptionally large and widespread volcanic eruption from
Paleoecological insights into subduction zone earthquake occurrence, eastern North Island, New Zealand
Paleoecological investigations of three Holocene marginal-marine sedimentary sequences provide information on vertical tectonic deformation in a transect across the forearc basin adjacent to the
Storm frequency and magnitude in response to Holocene climate variability, Lake Tutira, North-Eastern New Zealand
Abstract A mid to late Holocene record of storm events is preserved in the sediments of Lake Tutira, located on the eastern North Island of New Zealand. Previous studies of a 6 m sediment core
Holocene sedimentary record from Lake Tutira: A template for upland watershed erosion proximal to the Waipaoa Sedimentary System, northeastern New Zealand
Abstract A Holocene lake record from northeastern New Zealand provides a detailed record of environmental controls on upper watershed sedimentation, and is proximal to the Waipaoa MARGINS