Browsing by Author "Fox, Bethany"

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  • 35,000 years of hydrological variability in northern New Zealand from speleothem magnetism

    Fox, Bethany; Lascu, Ioan; Harrison, Richard; Breitenbach, Sebastian; Hartland, Adam (2018)
    Speleothem magnetism is the study of the origin and geo-enviromagnetic significance of magnetic minerals in speleothems. Allogenic magnetic particles are transported to speleothem sites from soils and sediments by hydrological ...
  • Local and distant Pacific climate signals in cave hydrochemistry: Waipuna cave, New Zealand

    Nava, Cinthya; Hartland, Adam; Fox, Bethany; Kwiecien, Ola; Gazquez, Fernando; Breitenbach, Sebastian (2018)
    In this study, the preliminary results of monitoring at Waipuna cave, New Zealand, are introduced to support the development of speleothem paleoclimate archives of long-term variability in the El Niño-Southern Oscillation ...
  • Pacific climate reflected in Waipuna Cave drip water hydrochemistry

    Nava-Fernandez, Cinthya; Hartland, Adam; Gázquez, Fernando; Kwiecien, Ola; Marwan, Norbert; Fox, Bethany; Hellstrom, John C.; Pearson, Andrew; Ward, Brittany; French, Amanda; Hodell, David A.; Immenhauser, Adrian; Breitenbach, Sebastian F.M. (Copernicus GmbH, 2020)
    Cave microclimate and geochemical monitoring is vitally important for correct interpretations of proxy time series from speleothems with regard to past climatic and environmental dynamics. We present results of a comprehensive ...
  • Sediment deposition in the central Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand

    Boxberg, Florian; Blossier, Brice; de Lange, Willem P.; Fox, Bethany; Hebbeln, Dierk (Springer, 2019)
    Based on the analysis of 14 short sediment cores, we present new insights into the distribution of surficial sediments in the central Hauraki Gulf, a semi-enclosed coastal embayment on the northeast coast of New Zealand’s ...

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  • An Integrated Stratigraphy of Tauranga Harbour

    MacPherson, David (University of Waikato, 2016)
    Tauranga Basin is a Quaternary basin filled with successions of terrestrial and coastal sediments. The largest feature of Tauranga Basin is Tauranga Harbour, a 570km2 estuary. This is home to the Port of Tauranga, New ...
  • Hypsometry of New Zealand estuaries

    Dejeans, Berengere (University of Waikato, 2015)
    Estuarine morphology is constantly changing because of continual sediment transport mainly driven by tidal asymmetry and wind waves. For modelling purposes, intertidal areas have often been simplified to relatively ...