Browsing by Author "Hendy, Chris H."

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  • Dynamics of silicon in lakes of the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand, and implications for diatom growth

    Pearson, Lisa Kyle; Hendy, Chris H.; Hamilton, David P. (Freshwater Biological Assn, 2016)
    Intact sediment cores were taken from the deepest basins of 9 lakes in the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand, to investigate the factors controlling silicon (Si) concentrations in sediment pore waters and the flux of Si to ...
  • Effects of climate change on New Zealand Lakes

    Goldman, Charles R.; Kumagai, Michio; Robarts, Richard D.; Hamilton, David P.; McBride, Chris G.; Özkundakci, Deniz; Schallenberg, Marc; Verburg, Piet; de Winton, Mary; Kelly, David; Hendy, Chris H.; Ye, Wei (Wiley, 2013)
    This chapter contains sections titled: -Introduction -Geographical and climate perspective -Historical climate -Future climate -Overview of lake types and formation processes -Climate change and impacts on endemic ...
  • Field trip guide to Oligocene Limestones and Caves in the Waitomo District

    Nelson, Campbell S.; Hendy, Chris H. (2013)
    The field guide runs from Hamilton to Waitomo to Te Anga and return in limestone-dominated country developed in transgressive sedimentary deposits of the Oligocene Te Kuiti Group – a world class example of a temperate shelf ...
  • Historical and contemporary perspectives on the sediments of Lake Rotorua

    Hamilton, David P.; Pearson, Lisa Kyle; Hendy, Chris H.; Burger, David F.; McCarthy, Mark; Healy, Terry R. (Geological Society of New Zealand Inc., 2007-07)
    Lake Rotorua is probably the oldest continuously inundated lake in New Zealand, occupying a caldera formed by or closely associated with the eruption of the Mamaku ignimbrite and the collapse of the Rotorua caldera (Healy, ...
  • Holocene depositional environments and surface-level changes at Lake Fryxell, Antarctica

    Whittaker, T. E.; Hall, B. L.; Hendy, Chris H.; Spaulding, S. A. (Sage, 2008)
    We report on Holocene surface-level variations of Lake Fryxell, Antarctica, as determined from multi-proxy analyses of 18 sediment cores. During this time accumulating sediments were predominantly aeolian sand with algal ...