Browsing by Author "White, Paul"

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  • BioFish survey of Lake Taupo, 2006

    McBride, Chris G.; Hamilton, David P.; Gibbs, Max M.; White, Paul; Stewart, Louise (2008)
    This report provides details of a “BioFish” survey of Lake Taupo conducted in 2006. This first BioFish survey of Lake Taupo was initiated in late 2004 and continued until autumn (May) of 2005 (Hamilton et al. 2005). The ...
  • The Taupo eruption occurred in 232 ± 10 CE, and not later

    Hogg, Alan G.; Wilson, Colin J.N.; Lowe, David J.; Turney, Chris S.M.; White, Paul; Lorrey, Andrew M.; Manning, Sturt W.; Palmer, Jonathan G.; Bury, Sarah; Brown, Julie; Southon, John; Petchey, Fiona (Nature Research, 2018)
    The Taupo eruption1 deposit is an isochronous marker bed that spans much of New Zealand’s North Island and pre-dates human arrival² . Holdaway et al. (2018; HDK18 hereafter)³ propose that the current Taupo eruption date ...
  • Wiggle-match radiocarbon dating of the Taupo eruption

    Hogg, Alan G.; Wilson, Colin J.N.; Lowe, David J.; Turney, Chris S.M.; White, Paul; Lorrey, Andrew M.; Manning, Sturt W.; Palmer, Jonathan G.; Bury, Sarah; Brown, Julie; Southon, John; Petchey, Fiona (Nature Research (part of Springer Nature), 2019)
    The Taupo eruption deposit is an isochronous marker bed that spans much of New Zealand’s North Island and pre-dates human arrival. Holdaway et al. (2018, Nature Comms 9, 4110) propose that the current Taupo eruption date ...

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  • Satellite remote sensing for improvement of groundwater characterisation

    Westerhoff, Rogier Sebastiaan (University of Waikato, 2017)
    Groundwater, the water stored in the subsurface, plays an essential role in water provision for domestic, industrial and agricultural use. Groundwater is also vital for ecology and environment, since it provides base flow ...
  • Managed aquifer recharge in the Poverty Bay flats?

    Hampton, George William (University of Waikato, 2015)
    Groundwater use within the Poverty Bay flats has increased over the past 35 years due to land use changes. As a result, groundwater levels within the Makauri and Matokitoki Gravel aquifers are declining at statistically ...