Research Publications for Adrian Pittari
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Bardsley, W. E. B., Campbell, D., & Pittari, A. (2019). Detecting changing temporal infiltration patterns after forest clear felling: proposal for a geological weighing lysimeter experiment. Poster session presented at the meeting of NZ Hydrological Society Annual Conference. Conference held in Rotorua, New Zealand.
Fox, B., Bates, N., Garrity, F., Murphy, C., Pittari, A., Riesselman, C., & Lee, D. (2019). The Hindon Maar Complex: a high-resolution archive of Mid-Miocene climate variability. In EGU General Assembly 2019. Conference held in Vienna, Austria.
Lowe, D. J., & Pittari, A. (Eds.) (2019). Field trip guides 1-4, Geosciences 2019. In Geosciences 2019 Vol. Geoscience Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication (pp. 1-128). Hamilton: Geoscience Society of New Zealand.
Prentice, M. L., Pittari, A., Barker, S. L. L., & Moon, V. G. (2019). Volcanogenic processes and petrogenesis of the early Pleistocene andesitic-dacitic Maungatautari composite cone, Central Waikato, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics. doi:10.1080/00288306.2019.1656259
Lowe, D., & Pittari, A. (2019). Pyroclastic flow deposits, Hinuera Valley, central North Island, and note on usage of ignimbrite as a building material.. Gesoscience Society of New Zealand Journal of the Historical Studies Group, 61(February), 6-15.
Loame, R. C., Villamor, P., Lowe, D. J., Milicich, S. D., Pittari, A., Barker, S. L. L., . . . Ries, W. F. (2019). Using paleoseismology and tephrochronology to reconstruct fault rupturing and hydrothermal activity since c. 40 ka in Taupo Rift, New Zealand. Quaternary International, 500, 52-70. doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2019.02.031
McLeod, O., Pittari, A., Brenna, A., & Briggs, R. (2018). Mapping the deep ravines and bush-clad peaks of a region’s landmark: the first geological map of Pirongia Volcano, New Zealand. In R. A. Corsaro, M. G. Di Guisseppe, R. Isaia, A. Mormone, & R. Nave (Eds.), Abstracts Volume of the International meeting “Cities on Volcanoes 10”: Millenia of Stratification between Human Life and Volcanoes: strategies for coexistence (pp. 501). Conference held in Napoli, Italy.
Prentice, M., Rosenberg, M., Pittari, A., Lowe, D., & Kilgour, G. (2018). The 2.1 Ma Waiteariki Ignimbrite: Product of a large explosive silicic eruption during the Coromandel-Taupō transition. In Geoscience Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication 151A. Conference held in Napier, New Zealand.
McLeod, O., Pittari, A., Brenna, A., & Briggs, R. (2018). Perspectives on the structure, vent distribution and composition of Pirongia, the North Island’s largest basaltic volcano. In Geoscience Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication 151A. Conference held in Napier, New Zealand.
Loame, R., Lowe, D. J., Pittari, A., Davies, S. M., Magill, C. R., Vandergoes, M. J., . . . Ross, N. (2018). Using CT scanning for reconnaissance and detection of cryptotephras in ~22,000-yr-old lake sediments, central Waikato region, New Zealand. In Crossing New Frontiers: INTAV International Field Conference on Tephrochronology, ‘Tephra Hunt in Transylvania’. Conference held in Moieciu de Sus, Romania.