Browsing by Author "Higham, Thomas F.G."

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  • High-precision radiocarbon measurements of contemporaneous tree-ring dated wood from the British Isles and New Zealand: AD 1850–950

    Hogg, Alan G.; McCormac, F.G.; Higham, Thomas F.G.; Reimer, Paula J.; Baillie, Mike G.L.; Palmer, Jonathan G. (University of Arizona, 2002)
    The University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand and The Queen’s University of Belfast, Northern Ireland radiocarbon dating laboratories have undertaken a series of high-precision measurements on decadal samples of ...
  • Radiocarbon age of the Kaharoa Tephra, a key marker for late-Holocene stratigraphy and archaeology in New Zealand

    Lowe, David J.; McFadgen, Bruce G.; Higham, Thomas F.G.; Hogg, Alan G.; Froggatt, Paul C.; Nairn, Ian A. (1998)
    The Kaharoa eruption, the most recent rhyolitic volcanic event in New Zealand, resulted in the deposition of the compositionally distinctive Kaharoa Tephra over at least 30 000 km2 of northern and eastern North Island. The ...
  • SHCal04 Southern Hemisphere Calibration, 0–11.0 cal kyr BP

    McCormac, F.G.; Hogg, Alan G.; Blackwell, Paul G.; Buck, Caitlin E.; Higham, Thomas F.G.; Reimer, Paula J. (University of Arizona, Department of Geosciences, 2004)
    Recent measurements on dendrochronologically-dated wood from the Southern Hemisphere have shown that there are differences between the structural form of the radiocarbon calibration curves from each hemisphere. Thus, it ...
  • Significance of an early date from an adzed tree stump in Northland

    Higham, Thomas F.G.; Lowe, David J. (1998)
    Ogle, Jones, Sutton and Wallace (1998) have recently investigated the radiocarbon dating of a tree stump ('Ogle's stump’) which had evidence of adze marks, near the site of Taumatawhana pa, Houhora, Northland. The conventional ...
  • Tephras and New Zealand archaeology

    Lowe, David J.; Newnham, Rewi M.; McFadgen, Bruce G.; Higham, Thomas F.G. (Academic Press, 2000)
    Establishing an accurate date for earliest Polynesian settlement in New Zealand is essential for understanding patterns of settlement and associated environmental impacts, and the processes and rates of cultural change in ...