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  • Lowe, D. J., Pearce, N. J. G., Jorgensen, M. A., Kuehn, S. C., Tryon, C. A., & Hayward, C. L. (2017). Correlating tephras and cryptotephras using glass compositional analyses and numerical and statistical methods: review and evaluation. Quaternary Science Reviews, 175(C), 1-44. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2017.08.003

  • Robertson, T., Moon, V. G., & Lowe, D. J. (2017). Is there a potassium-based solution to sensitive soil slipping within the Bay of Plenty?. In G. J. Alexander, & C. Y. Chin (Eds.), Proceedings 20th New Zealand Geotechnical Society Symposium (NZGS2017) (pp. 1-8). Napier: New Zealand Geotechnical Society.

  • Kluger, M. O., Moon, V. G., Kreiter, S., Lowe, D. J., Churchman, G. J., Hepp, D. A., . . . Mörz, T. (2017). A new attraction-detachment model for explaining flow sliding in clay-rich tephras. Geology, 45(2), 131-134. doi:10.1130/G38560.1

  • Lowe, D. J., Shane, P. A. R., de Lange, P. J., & Clarkson, B. D. (2017). Rangitoto Island field trip, Auckland (Vol. 147B, Geoscience Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication ed.). M. Brook (Ed.), Auckland, New Zealand: Geoscience Society of New Zealand.

  • Moon, V. G., Mills, P. R., Kluger, M. O., Lowe, D. J., Churchman, G. J., de Lange, W. P., . . . Mörz, T. (2017). Sensitive pyroclastic soils in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand: microstructure to failure mechanisms. In G. J. Alexander, & C. Y. Chin (Eds.), Proceedings 20th New Zealand Geotechnical Society Symposium (NZGS2017) (pp. 1-8). Conference held at Napier, New Zealand: New Zealand Geotechnical Society.

  • McKay, A. M., Lowe, D. J., & Moon, V. G. (2017). Evaluating soil and landscape models to predict liquefaction susceptibility in the Hinuera Formation, Hamilton Basin. In G. J. Alexander, & C. Y. Chin (Eds.), Proceedings 20th New Zealand Geotechnical Society Symposium (NZGS2017) (pp. 1-8). Conference held Napier, New Zealand: New Zealand Geotechnical Society.

  • Lane, C. S., Lowe, D. J., Blockley, S. P. E., Suzuki, T., & Smith, V. C. (2017). Advancing tephrochronology as a global dating tool: applications in volcanology, archaeology, and palaeoclimatic research. Quaternary Geochronology, 40(May), 1-7. doi:10.1016/j.quageo.2017.04.003

  • Cunningham, M. J., Lowe, D. J., Wyatt, J. B., Moon, V. G., & Churchman, G. J. (2016). Discovery of halloysite books in altered silicic Quaternary tephras, northern New Zealand. Clay Minerals. doi:10.1180/claymin.2016.051.3.16

  • Jock Churchman, G., Pasbakhsh, P., Lowe, D. J., & Theng, B. K. G. (2016). Unique but diverse: Some observations on the formation, structure and morphology of halloysite. Clay Minerals, 51(3), 395-416. doi:10.1180/claymin.2016.051.3.14

  • Lowe, D. J. (2016). Introduction to tephra-derived soils, North Island, New Zealand: University of Waikato and University of Wisconsin-Platteville post-conference Andisol excursion, 21-23 December, 2016: Guidebook for informal three-day field trip following the joint conference of the New Zealand Society of Soil Science and Soil Science Australia, Queenstown, New Zealand, 12-16 December, 2016. Hamilton, New Zealand: School of Science, University of Waikato.

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