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  • Pittari, A., Cas, R. A. F., Lefebvre, N., & Kurszlaukis, S. (2015). Alteration Styles in the Orion Central Volcanic Complex, Fort a la Corne Kimberlite Field, Saskatchewan, and Their Effects on Primary Volcaniclastic Textures: Implications for Facies Mapping and Diamond Exploration. Economic Geology, 110(1), 147-171. doi:10.2113/econgeo.110.1.147

  • Julian, H., Pittari, A., & Briggs, R. (2015). Physical volcanology of the Owharoa and Waikino ignimbrites, Waihi Basin, Coromandel Volcanic Zone. In Annual Conference of the Geoscience Society of New Zealand: Zealandia in space and time. Conference held at Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand.

  • Pittari, A. (2015). Review of IUGG 2015 post-conference two-day field trip on monogenetic volcanism in the Bohemian Paradise. IAVCEI News, 3-4, 6-8.

  • Cook, E., Pittari, A., & Briggs, R. (2015). The volcanology of the Corbett Ignimbrite and spatially related Hikurangi Rhyolite Dome, Waihi Caldera. In Annual Conference of the Geoscience Society of New Zealand: Zealandia in space and time. Held at Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand.

  • Pittari, A., Brink, M., & Briggs, R. (2015). Windsnapped and buried: Dynamic processes associated with tree trunk breakage by the 232 AD Taupo ignimbrite, New Zealand. In 26th IUGG General Assembly 2015. Prague, Czech Republic. Retrieved from https://www.czech-in.org/

  • Loame, R. C., Pittari, A., & Bishop, M. A. (2014). Evidence of Late Amazonian volcanism in the Hydraotes Chaos Basin, Mars: A GIS study. In Geosciences 2014 Conference. New Plymouth, New Zealand.

  • Lowe, D. J., & Pittari, A. (2014). An ashy septingentenarian: the Kaharoa tephra turns 700 (with notes on its volcanological, archaeological, and historical importance). Geoscience Society of New Zealand Newsletter, 13, 35-46.

  • Efford, J. T., Bylsma, R. J., Clarkson, B. D., Pittari, A., Mauriohooho, K., & Moon, V. G. (2014). Vegetation dieback as a proxy for temperature within a wet pyroclastic density current: A novel experiment and observations from the 6th of August 2012 Tongariro eruption. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 286, 367-372. doi:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2014.05.016

  • Mullane, K., Pittari, A., Gorman, A., & Fox, B. (2014). A geophysical study of the Kellyville and Onewhero maar craters in the South Auckland Volcanic Field. In Geosciences 2014 Conference. New Plymouth, New Zealand.

  • Pittari, A., Matheson, M. A., Briggs, R. M., & Rosenberg, M. D. (2014). Basalt ‘cricket’ balls and shattered rhyolite; Eruption dynamics of a basaltic tuff succession at Kinloch, Taupo Volcanic Centre. In Geosciences 2014 Conference. New Plymouth, New Zealand.

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