Research Publications for Adrian Pittari
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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
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.
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.
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.
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.
Mauriohooho, K., Moon, V., Efford, J., Clarkson, B. D., & Pittari, A. (2013). The effect of pyroclastic surges from the August 6th 2012 Te Maari eruption on vegetation and associated hazard implications. In Te Maari Day Abstract Volume, GNS Science Miscellaneous Series, 66, (pp. 15). Taupo: GNS.
Simons, B. C., Pittari, A., & Briggs, R. (2013). Deposit characteristics and explosive eruption processes of Blue Lake crater, Tongariro. In C. M. Reid, & A. Wandres (Eds.), Geoscieces 2013 Conference, Christchurch, New Zdealand. Geoscience Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication 136A. Conference held at Christchurch, New Zealand.