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  • Active Tephra in Kyushu 2010: International field conference

    Holt, Katherine A.; Lowe, David J. (The Australasian Quaternary Association (AQUA), 2010)
    In May of 2010 the inter-congress meeting of the INQUA International Focus Group on Tephrochronology and Volcanism (INTAV) was held in Kirishima City, Japan. INTAV was formed in 2007 at the International Union for Quaternary ...
  • Advances in Quaternary tephrostratigraphy and tephrochronology in New Zealand

    Lowe, David J.; Newnham, Rewi M. (1999)
    This paper summarises recent studies on Quaternary tephra deposits in New Zealand, and refers to a range of tephrochronological applications including sequence stratigraphy, palaeoclimatic reconstruction, and archaeology. ...
  • Advancing tephrochronology as a global dating tool: applications in volcanology, archaeology, and palaeoclimatic research

    Lane, C.S.; Lowe, David J.; Blockley, S.P.E.; Suzuki, T.; Smith, V.C. (Elsevier, 2017)
    Layers of far-travelled volcanic ash (tephra) from explosive volcanic eruptions provide stratigraphic and numerical dating horizons in sedimentary and volcanic sequences. Such tephra layers may be dispersed over tens to ...
  • The advent of the Anthropocene in Australasia.

    Bostock, Helen C.; Lowe, David J.; Gillespie, Richard; Priestley, Rebecca; Newnham, Rewi M.; Mooney, Scott D. (Australasian Quaternary Association (AQUA), 2015-07-21)
    As early as the late 19th Century, several scientists had suggested that humans were starting to influence the physical environment of planet Earth (e.g. Marsh, 1864; Stoppani, 1873; Arrhenius, 1896; Chamberlain, 1897). ...
  • Age of the Rotoehu Ash. Comment.

    Lowe, David J.; Hogg, Alan G. (R S N Z Publishing, 1995)
    Suggests that the article by Whitehead & Ditchburn (1994), although presenting useful new data on 230Th/232Th analyses, is flawed and misleading in suggesting that the Rotoiti Tephra is considerably younger than c. 50 ka.

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