2005: Volume 35

Issues 1 & 2: March & June

  • Preface: New Zealand’s shallow-marine record of Pliocene-Pleistocene global sea-level and climate change. TR Naish. 8 pages.

  • A New Zealand climatic template back to c. 3.9 Ma: ODP Site 1119, Canterbury Bight, south-west Pacific Ocean, and its relationship to onland successions. RM Carter. 34 pages.

  • Silicic tephras in Pleistocene shallow-marine sediments of Wanganui Basin, New Zealand. B Pillans; B Alloway; T Naish; J Westgate; S Abbott; A Palmer. 48 pages.

  • Integrated outcrop, drill core, borehole and seismic stratigraphic architecture of a cyclothemic, shallow marine depositional system, Wanganui Basin, New Zealand. Naish TR; Field B; Zhu H; Melhuish A; Carter RM; Abbott ST; Edwards S; Alloway BV; Wilson GS; Niessen F; Barker A; Browne GH; Maslen G. 32 pages.

  • Sequence stratigraphy of the Nukumaruan Stratotype (Pliocene-Pleistocene, c. 2.08-1.63 Ma) Wanganui Basin, New Zealand. ST Abbott; TR Naish; RM Carter; BJ Pillans. 28 pages.

  • An integrated sequence stratigraphic, palaeoenvironmental, and chronostratigraphic analysis of the Tangahoe Formation, southern Taranaki coast, with implications for mid-Pliocene (c. 3.4-3.0 Ma) glacio-eustatic sea-level changes. Naish TR; Wehland F; Wilson GS; Browne GH; Cook RA; Morgans HEG; Rosenberg M; King PR; Smale D; Nelson CS; Kamp PJJ; Ricketts B. 46 pages.

  • A coherent middle Pliocene magnetostratigraphy, Wanganui Basin, New Zealand. GM Turner; PJJ Kamp; AP McIntyre; S Hayton; DM McGuire; GS Wilson. 31 pages.

  • Stratigraphy, age and correlation of voluminous debris-avalanche events from an ancestral Egmont Volcano: implications for coastal plain construction and regional hazard assessment. B Alloway; P McComb; V Neall; C Vucetich; J Gibb; S Sherburn; M Stirling. 39 pages.

Issue 3: September

  • Enhanced dust deposition by trees recently established on degraded rangeland. H McGowan; N Ledgard. 9 pages.

  • Population genetic variability and origin of Auckland Island feral pigs. B Fan; J Gongora; Y Chen; O Garkavenko; K Li; C Moran. 7 pages.

  • Biodiversity of indigenous tussock grassland sites in Otago, Canterbury and the central North Island of New Zealand I. The macro-invertebrate fauna. BIP Barratt; CM Ferguson; RAS Logan; D Barton; NL Bell; SU Sarathchandra; RJ Townsend. 15 pages.

  • Biodiversity of indigenous tussock grassland sites in Otago, Canterbury and the central North Island of New Zealand. II. Nematodes. NL Bell; LT Davis; SU Sarathchandra; BIP Barratt; CM Ferguson; RJ Townsend. 17 pages.

  • Biodiversity of indigenous tussock grassland sites in Otago, Canterbury and the central North Island of New Zealand. III. Soil microorganisms. SU Sarathchandra; G Burch; ST Sayer; NW Waipara; NR Cox; A Ghani; NL Bell; M O’Callaghan; SD Young; BIP Barratt; CM Ferguson; RJ Townsend. 17 pages.

  • Probable perciform fish scales from a Miocene freshwater lake deposit, Central Otago, New Zealand. RM McDowall; DE Lee. 6 pages.

  • Biostratigraphy and carbon isotope stratigraphy of uppermost Cretaceous-lower Cenozoic Muzzle Group in middle Clarence valley, New Zealand. CJ Hollis; BD Field; CM Jones; CP Strong; GJ Wilson; GR Dickens. 39 pages.

Issue 4: December

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