Browsing by Author "de Lange, Peter J."

Now showing items 1-4 of 4

  • Guidebook for Rangitoto Island AQUA field trip, Auckland, 2016

    Lowe, David J.; Shane, Phil A.R.; de Lange, Peter J.; Clarkson, Bruce D. (School of Science, University of Waikato, 2016)
    Rangitoto is arguably Auckland’s most beautiful and omnipresent landscape feature. It is a symmetrical, ~6-km wide, basaltic shield volcano that last erupted ~550‒500 cal. yr BP (c. 1400‒1450 AD), not long after the arrival ...
  • A preliminary conservation genetic study of Pittosporum obcordatum (Pittosporaceae), an endemic New Zealand species with a disjunct distribution

    Wright, Sarah A.; Hutchison, Melissa; Hale, Marie L.; Gemmill, Chrissen E.C.; de Lange, Peter J.; Pelser, Pieter B. (Taylor & Francis, 2017)
    Pittosporum obcordatum (Pittosporaceae; heart-leaved kōhūhū) is an endemic New Zealand plant species that is classified as Threatened - Nationally Vulnerable. It has a disjunct distribution and is only known from relatively ...
  • Rangitoto Island field trip, Auckland

    Lowe, David J.; de Lange, Peter J.; Shane, Phil A.R.; Clarkson, Bruce D. (Geoscience Society of New Zealand, 2017-11-28)
    Rangitoto, Māori for ‘blood red sky’ (also ‘lava, scoria’), derives from the phrase Ngā Rangi-i-totongia-a Tama-te-kapua (the full name for the island) meaning “the day the blood of Tamatekapua was shed”, referring to a ...
  • Rangitoto volcano excursion, Auckland. Pre-conference field trip

    Lowe, David J.; Kenedi, Kate Lewis; de Lange, Peter J. (School of Science, University of Waikato and Royal Society of NZ, 2014-08-30)
    Rangitoto is one of Auckland City’s more iconic landscape features. Guarding the entrance to the Waitemata Harbour, Rangitoto is a symmetrical, ~6-km wide, basaltic shield volcano that last erupted ~550 years ago shortly ...