Towards a climate-event stratigraphy for New Zealand for the past 30,000 years - An evaluation of the 2005 NZ-INTIMATE meeting
Lowe, D. J. (2005). Towards a climate-event stratigraphy for New Zealand for the past 30,000 years - An evaluation of the 2005 NZ-INTIMATE meeting. Quaternary Australasia, 23(1), 27–30.
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More than 30 geoscientists representing a range of disciplines met at the Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences (GNS) Rafter Laboratory in Lower Hutt in early July to present new developments in the quest to prepare a definitive climate-event stratigraphy for the New Zealand (NZ) region since 30 ka (all ages in calendar years unless noted otherwise). The meeting, ably convened by Brent Alloway (GNS) and Jamie Shulmeister (Canterbury University), was the second to be held by the NZ-INTIMATE (NZ-INT) palaeoclimate community.
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