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2016
Rosli N., Leduc D., Rowden A.A, Clark M.R, Probert P.K, Berkenbusch K., Neira C..  2016.  Differences in meiofauna communities with sediment depth are greater than habitat effects on the New Zealand continental margin: implications for vulnerability to anthropogenic disturbance. Peerj. 4
Kingston D.G, Lavers D.A, Hannah D.M.  2016.  Floods in the Southern Alps of New Zealand: the importance of atmospheric rivers. Hydrological Processes. 30:5063-5070.
2015
Seltzer A.M, Stute M., Morgenstern U., Stewart M.K, Schaefer J.M.  2015.  Mean annual temperature in New Zealand during the last glacial maximum derived from dissolved noble gases in groundwater. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 431:206-216.
2014
Collins C.J, Rawlence N.J, Prost S., Anderson C.NK, Knapp M., Scofield R.P, Robertson B.C, Smith I., Matisoo-Smith E.A, Chilvers B.L et al..  2014.  Extinction and recolonization of coastal megafauna following human arrival in New Zealand. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 281
Wallace L.M, Bartlow N., Hamling I., Fry B..  2014.  Quake clamps down on slow slip. Geophysical Research Letters. 41:8840-8846.
Bartlow N.M, Wallace L.M, Beavan R.J, Bannister S., Segall P..  2014.  Time-dependent modeling of slow slip events and associated seismicity and tremor at the Hikurangi subduction zone, New Zealand. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 119:734-753.