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Dr. Christopher Moy

Chris Moy trying to get a sample of ultrahard ultramafic rocks in the cascade region west Coast NZ 226pxBSc (Union College); MSc (Syracuse University); PhD (Stanford University)

Sedimentology/Paleoclimatology

Office - Geology 2S04
Tel 64 3 470 3538
chris.moy@otago.ac.nz
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Research Interests

  • Paleoclimatology
  • Sedimentology
  • Stable isotope geochemistry

My research focuses on identifying how large-scale climate modes and key components of the global climate system have changed in the past and how the variability and magnitude of past change compares to modern observations. I have primarily used lake sediment cores from the South American Andes to investigate late Pleistocene and Holocene climate and environmental change. My current research is focused on applying stable isotope geochemistry, scanning XRF technologies, radiocarbon, and modern climate data sets towards investigating past climates and influences on the global carbon cycle. I am currently involved in a number of projects investigating Holocene climate and environmental change and potential impacts on the carbon cycle. 

I) Exploring the Relationship Between Past Atmospheric Dust Deposition, Climate, and Biological Productivity in the North Pacific Ocean.

MODIS image of dust plume emanating from the Copper River watershed and extending southwards over Middleton Island and the edge of the continental shelf during November, 2006 MODIS image of dust plume emanating from the Copper River watershed and extending southwards over Middleton Island and the edge of the continental shelf during November, 2006. Recent results by Crusius et al. (2011) indicate that these dust events are an important source of Fe to the Gulf of Alaska. Ongoing research is investigating the past frquency of these events and potential biogeochemical impacts

Atmospheric dust plays an important role in the global climate system by directly altering the Earth’s radiation budget and by influencing biogeochemical cycling in the ocean.  Although dust has been emphasized as an important driver of global climate change, there are very few well-dated and highly resolved records of dust deposition that can be used to examine the influence on the global carbon cycle over millennial timescales.  In collaboration with John Crusius (USGS-Woods Hole) and colleagues at WHOI, Lamont-Doherty, and ETH, I am developing high-resolution records of dust deposition from peat bogs in southern Alaska and Middleton Island that span the Holocene and can be compared to established North Pacific records of primary productivity derived from an Fe-limited part of the Pacific Ocean. Southern Alaska is an ideal location to investigate past changes in dust flux because a significant portion of global dust deposition occurs in the northern Pacific Ocean and coastal Alaskan glacial outwash and fluvial floodplains are a significant local dust source that can play a large role in biogeochemical cycling in the N. Pacific, but as of yet, has not been extensively examined.

II) Holocene Climate Change in Southwestern Patagonia: New Insights from Large Lakes and Fjords

Southernmost South America is well-located for investigations of climate variability associated with the westerly wind field, Southern Ocean circumpolar flow, and the South Pacific Gyre. Regional climate is influenced by both tropical and high latitude forcing, and in many locations, atmospheric circulation is tightly coupled to precipitation. Yet very few well-dated high-resolution records of past climate change are available in this region. A recently funded three year US NSF project led by R. Dunbar and N. Diffenbaugh (Stanford University), and including P. Moreno (U. de Chile) and myself, will recover sediment cores from Lago Sarmiento, Lago del Toro, and the adjacent fjords. Our primary goal is to produce a robust and exceptionally well-dated Holocene chronology of past variability in rainfall, water balance, and temperature from the Pacific margin of southwestern Patagonia that will shed light on past changes in the westerly wind regime.

Lago Sarmiento in Torres del Paine National Park is a large, alkaline, closed-basin lake that is currently precipitating CaCO3 in isotopic equilibrium with surface waters. Sediment cores recoved from this lake will be help reconstruct past changes in hydrology related to the Southern Hemisphere westerly wind regime. Photo credit: R. Dunbar
Lago Sarmiento in Torres del Paine National Park is a large, alkaline, closed-basin lake that is currently precipitating CaCO3 in isotopic equilibrium with surface waters. Sediment cores recoved from this lake will be help reconstruct past changes in hydrology related to the Southern Hemisphere westerly wind regime. Photo credit: R. Dunbar

Calcium carbonate bioherms exposed up to 5 meters above the current Lago Sarmiento shoreline. These unique bioherms are found growing at shallow depths in the water today, and ultimately, will help reconstruct past fluctuations in lake level. Photo credit: R. Dunbar.
Calcium carbonate bioherms exposed up to 5 meters above the current Lago Sarmiento shoreline. These unique bioherms are found growing at shallow depths in the water today, and ultimately, will help reconstruct past fluctuations in lake level. Photo credit: R. Dunbar.

III) Investigating Late Quaternary Climate and Environmental Change in New Zealand Lakes and Fjords

A Fjord in New Zealand

New Zealand's unique location in the Southern Hemisphere offers opportunites for the development of paleoclimate records that have regional and global significance. The large diversity of lacustrine systems, coupled with the fjords on the South Island, supports multiple approaches and investigations into past climate related to the westerly wind system and Southern Ocean circulation. In the coming years I plan to develop sedimentary records of global change from multiple marine and terrestrial sites in New Zealand.

Teaching

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Publications

Schroth, A. W., Crusius, J., Gassó, S., Moy, C. M., Buck, N. J., Resing, J. A., & Campbell, R. W. (2017). Atmospheric deposition of glacial iron in the Gulf of Alaska impacted by the position of the Aleutian Low. Geophysical Research Letters. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1002/2017GL073565

Aebig, C. H. F., Curtin, L., Hageman, K. J., Moy, C. M., & Beltran, C. (2017). Quantification of low molecular weight n-alkanes in lake sediment cores for paleoclimate studies. Organic Geochemistry. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1016/j.orggeochem.2017.02.009

Hinojosa, J. L., Moy, C. M., Stirling, C. H., Wilson, G. S., & Eglinton, T. I. (2017). A New Zealand perspective on centennial-scale Southern Hemisphere westerly wind shifts during the last two millennia. Quaternary Science Reviews, 172, 32-43. doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2017.07.016

Browne, I. M., Moy, C. M., Riesselman, C. R., Neil, H. L., Curtin, L. G., Gorman, A. R., & Wilson, G. S. (2017). Late Holocene intensification of the westerly winds at the subantarctic Auckland Islands (51° S), New Zealand. Climate of the Past, 13(10), 1301-1322. doi: 10.5194/cp-13-1301-2017

Hinojosa, J. L., Stirling, C. H., Reid, M. R., Moy, C. M., & Wilson, G. S. (2016). Trace metal cycling and 238U/235U in New Zealand’s fjords: Implications for reconstructing global paleoredox conditions in organic-rich sediments. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 179, 89-109. doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2016.02.006

Chapter in Book - Research

Moy, C. M., Moreno, P. I., Dunbar, R. B., Kaplan, M. R., Francois, J.-P., Villalba, R., & Haberzettl, T. (2009). Climate change in southern South America during the last two millennia. In F. Vimeux, F. Sylvestre & M. Khodri (Eds.), Past climate variability in South America and surrounding areas: From the last glacial maximum to the Holocene (Vol. 14). (pp. 353-394). Dordrecht: Springer. doi: 10.1007/978-90-481-2672-9_15

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Journal - Research Article

Schroth, A. W., Crusius, J., Gassó, S., Moy, C. M., Buck, N. J., Resing, J. A., & Campbell, R. W. (2017). Atmospheric deposition of glacial iron in the Gulf of Alaska impacted by the position of the Aleutian Low. Geophysical Research Letters. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1002/2017GL073565

Browne, I. M., Moy, C. M., Riesselman, C. R., Neil, H. L., Curtin, L. G., Gorman, A. R., & Wilson, G. S. (2017). Late Holocene intensification of the westerly winds at the subantarctic Auckland Islands (51° S), New Zealand. Climate of the Past, 13(10), 1301-1322. doi: 10.5194/cp-13-1301-2017

Hinojosa, J. L., Moy, C. M., Stirling, C. H., Wilson, G. S., & Eglinton, T. I. (2017). A New Zealand perspective on centennial-scale Southern Hemisphere westerly wind shifts during the last two millennia. Quaternary Science Reviews, 172, 32-43. doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2017.07.016

Aebig, C. H. F., Curtin, L., Hageman, K. J., Moy, C. M., & Beltran, C. (2017). Quantification of low molecular weight n-alkanes in lake sediment cores for paleoclimate studies. Organic Geochemistry. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1016/j.orggeochem.2017.02.009

Hinojosa, J. L., Stirling, C. H., Reid, M. R., Moy, C. M., & Wilson, G. S. (2016). Trace metal cycling and 238U/235U in New Zealand’s fjords: Implications for reconstructing global paleoredox conditions in organic-rich sediments. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 179, 89-109. doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2016.02.006

Peteet, D. M., Nichols, J. E., Moy, C. M., McGeachy, A., & Perez, M. (2016). Recent and Holocene climate change controls on vegetation and carbon accumulation in Alaskan coastal muskegs. Quaternary Science Reviews, 131, Part A, 168-178. doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2015.10.032

Gulick, S. P. S., Jaeger, J. M., Mix, A. C., Asahi, H., Bahlburg, H., Belanger, C. L., … Moy, C., … Swartz, J. M. (2015). Mid-Pleistocene climate transition drives net mass loss from rapidly uplifting St. Elias Mountains, Alaska. PNAS, 112(49), 15042-15047. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1512549112

Hinojosa, J. L., Moy, C. M., Prior, C. A., Eglinton, T. I., McIntyre, C. P., Stirling, C. H., & Wilson, G. S. (2015). Investigating the influence of regional climate and oceanography on marine radiocarbon reservoir ages in southwest New Zealand. Estuarine, Coastal & Shelf Science, 167, 526-539. doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2015.11.003

Peterse, F., Moy, C. M., & Eglinton, T. I. (2015). A laboratory experiment on the behaviour of soil-derived core and intact polar GDGTs in aquatic environments. Biogeosciences, 12(4), 933-943. doi: 10.5194/bg-12-933-2015

Dlabola, E. K., Wilson, G. S., Gorman, A. R., Riesselman, C. R., & Moy, C. M. (2015). A post-glacial relative sea-level curve from Fiordland, New Zealand. Global & Planetary Change, 131, 104-114. doi: 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2015.05.010

Nichols, J. E., Peteet, D. M., Moy, C. M., Castañeda, I. S., McGeachy, A., & Perez, M. (2014). Impacts of climate and vegetation change on carbon accumulation in a south-central Alaskan peatland assessed with novel organic geochemical techniques. Holocene, 24(9), 1146-1155. doi: 10.1177/0959683614540729

Waldmann, N., Borromei, A. M., Recasens, C., Olivera, D., Martínez, M. A., Maidana, N. I., … Moy, C. M. (2014). Integrated reconstruction of Holocene millennial-scale environmental changes in Tierra del Fuego, southernmost South America. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 399, 294-309. doi: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2014.01.023

Hinojosa, J. L., Moy, C. M., Stirling, C. H., Wilson, G. S., & Eglinton, T. I. (2014). Carbon cycling and burial in New Zealand's fjords. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 15(10), 4047-4063. doi: 10.1002/2014GC005433

Crusius, J., Schroth, A. W., Gassó, S., Moy, C. M., Levy, R. C., & Gatica, M. (2011). Glacial flour dust storms in the Gulf of Alaska: Hydrologic and meteorological controls and their importance as a source of bioavailable iron. Geophysical Research Letters, 38, L06602. doi: 10.1029/2010gl046573

Waldmann, N., Anselmetti, F. S., Ariztegui, D., Austin, Jr, J. A., Pirouz, M., Moy, C. M., & Dunbar, R. (2011). Holocene mass-wasting events in Lago Fagnano, Tierra del Fuego (54°S): Implications for paleoseismicity of the Magallanes-Fagnano transform fault. Basin Research, 23(2), 171-190. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2117.2010.00489.x

Moy, C. M., Dunbar, R. B., Guilderson, T. P., Waldmann, N., Mucciarone, D. A., Recasens, C., … Anselmetti, F. S. (2011). A geochemical and sedimentary record of high southern latitude Holocene climate evolution from Lago Fagnano, Tierra del Fuego. Earth & Planetary Science Letters, 302(1-2), 1-13. doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2010.11.011

Waldmann, N., Ariztegui, D., Anselmetti, F. S., Austin, Jr, J. A., Moy, C. M., Stern, C., … Dunbar, R. B. (2010). Holocene climatic fluctuations and positioning of the Southern Hemisphere westerlies in Tierra del Fuego (54° S), Patagonia. Journal of Quaternary Science, 25(7), 1063-1075. doi: 10.1002/jqs.1263

Moreno, P. I., Francois, J. P., Moy, C. M., & Villa-Martínez, R. (2010). Covariability of the Southern Westerlies and atmospheric CO2 during the Holocene. Geology, 38(8), 727-730. doi: 10.1130/G30962.1

Moreno, P. I., François, J. P., Villa-Martínez, R. P., & Moy, C. M. (2009). Millennial-scale variability in Southern Hemisphere westerly wind activity over the last 5000 years in SW Patagonia. Quaternary Science Reviews, 28(1-2), 25-38. doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2008.10.009

Moreno, P. I., Kaplan, M. R., François, J. P., Villa-Martínez, R., Moy, C. M., Stern, C. R., & Kubik, P. W. (2009). Renewed glacial activity during the Antarctic cold reversal and persistence of cold conditions until 11.5 ka in southwestern Patagonia. Geology, 37(4), 375-378. doi: 10.1130/G25399A.1

Moy, C. M., Dunbar, R. B., Moreno, P. I., Francois, J.-P., Villa-Martínez, R., Mucciarone, D. M., … Garreaud, R. D. (2008). Isotopic evidence for hydrologic change related to the westerlies in SW Patagonia, Chile, during the last millennium. Quaternary Science Reviews, 27(13-14), 1335-1349. doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2008.03.006

Waldmann, N., Ariztegui, D., Anselmetti, F. S., Austin, Jr, J. A., Dunbar, R., Moy, C. M., & Recasens, C. (2008). Seismic stratigraphy of Lago Fagnano sediments (Tierra del Fuego, Argentina): A potential archive of paleoclimatic change and tectonic activity since the Late Glacial. Geologica Acta, 6(1), 101-110. doi: 10.1344/105.000000244

Guilderson, T. P., Roark, E. B., Quay, P. D., Flood Page, S. R., & Moy, C. (2006). Seawater radiocarbon evolution in the Gulf of Alaska: 2002 observations. Radiocarbon, 48(1), 1-15.

Lachniet, M. S., Burns, S. J., Piperno, D. R., Asmerom, Y., Polyak, V. J., Moy, C. M., & Christenson, K. (2004). A 1500-year El Niño/Southern Oscillation and rainfall history for the Isthmus of Panama from speleothem calcite. Journal of Geophysical Research, 109, D20117.

Moy, C. M., Seltzer, G. O., Rodbell, D. T., & Anderson, D. M. (2002). Variability of El Niño/Southern Oscillation activity at millennial timescales during the Holocene epoch. Nature, 420, 162-165.

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Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Abstract

Gilmer, G., Moy, C., Riesselman, C., Vandergoes, M., Wilson, G., Nichols, J., & Jacobsen, G. (2016). Evolution of a fjord depositional environment: Insights into climate change at the Subantarctic Auckland Islands, New Zealand. Proceedings of the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) XXXIV Conference: Antarctic in the Global Earth System: From the Poles to the Tropics. (pp. 923). [Abstract]

Hinojosa, J., Moy, C., Stirling, C., Wilson, G., & Eglinton, T. (2016). Southern Hemisphere westerly wind variability over the last two millennia: Insights from New Zealand fjord sediments. Proceedings of the VIII Southern Connection Congress. (pp. 99). Retrieved from http://southernconnection2016.com/congress/abstracts-viii-southern-connection-congress-2016-2/

Moy, C., Dunbar, R., Moreno, P., Guilderson, T., & Villa-Martínez, R. (2016). Northern Hemisphere and tropical climate influences on the Southern Hemisphere westerly winds during the Holocene. Proceedings of the VIII Southern Connection Congress. (pp. 167). Retrieved from http://southernconnection2016.com/congress/abstracts-viii-southern-connection-congress-2016-2/

Sánchez Montes, M. L., McClymont, E. L., Müller, J., Cowan, E. A., Romero, O. E., Moy, C., & Lloyd, J. M. (2016). Climate-ocean-ice sheet interactions across the Pliocene and Pleistocene: Preliminary results from IODP 341 Exp (Gulf of Alaska). Geophysical Research Abstracts, 18, EGU2016-16646. Retrieved from http://www.geophysical-research-abstracts.net/

Moy, C., Gilmer, G., Nichols, J., Browne, I., Curtin, L., Vandergoes, M., … Wilson, G. (2016). Postglacial records of southern hemisphere westerly wind variability from the New Zealand Sub-Antarctic Auckland Islands. Proceedings of the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) XXXIV Conference: Antarctic in the Global Earth System: From the Poles to the Tropics. (pp. 936). [Abstract]

Gilmer, G., Moy, C., Riesselman, C., Vandergoes, M., Jacobsen, G., & Gadd, P. (2016). High resolution fjord sedimentary records of Holocene and Late Glacial climes change from the subantarctic Auckland Islands, new Zealand. Proceedings of the VIII Southern Connection Congress. (pp. 86). Retrieved from http://southernconnection2016.com/congress/abstracts-viii-southern-connection-congress-2016-2/

Nichols, J. E., Moy, C. M., Peteet, D. M., Weiss, A., & Curtin, L. G. (2015). A multiproxy reconstruction of Holocene Southern Westerlies from the Auckland Islands. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting. PP53D-03. Retrieved from https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm15/meetingapp.cgi/Home/0

Curtin, L., Moy, C., Hageman, K., & Nichols, J. (2015). A 550-year paleoenvironmental record from lake sediment cores reveals recent Southern Hemisphere westerly wind variability in the Auckland Islands, New Zealand sub-Antarctic. Proceedings of the Antarctic Science Conference: Antarctica: A Changing Environment. (pp. 62). New Zealand Antarctic Research Institute. Retrieved from http://nzari.aq/supporting-research/antarctic-science-conference

Aebig, C., Curtin, L., Hageman, K., Moy, C., & Beltran, C. (2015). Quantification of short chain n-alkanes in sediment. Proceedings of the Antarctic Science Conference: Antarctica: A Changing Environment. (pp. 53). New Zealand Antarctic Research Institute. Retrieved from http://nzari.aq/supporting-research/antarctic-science-conference

Aebig, C., Moy, C., Hageman, K., & Beltran, C. (2015). The use of n-alkanes and compound-specific isotopes for paleoclimate reconstruction: A climate model for the last ~8,000 years in the sub-Antarctic. Proceedings of the Antarctic Science Conference: Antarctica: A Changing Environment. (pp. 53). New Zealand Antarctic Research Institute. Retrieved from http://nzari.aq/supporting-research/antarctic-science-conference

Browne, I. M., Moy, C. M., Wilson, G. S., Riesselman, C. R., & Neil, H. L. (2015). A Holocene record of westerly wind variability from the subantarctic Auckland Islands. Proceedings of the Antarctic Science Conference: Antarctica: A Changing Environment. (pp. 62). New Zealand Antarctic Research Institute. Retrieved from http://nzari.aq/supporting-research/antarctic-science-conference

Moy, C. M., Vandergoes, M., Gilmer, G. J., Nichols, J. E., Dagg, B. J., Wilson, G. S., Browne, I. M., Curtin, L. G., Aebig, C., & McGlone, M. (2015). Postglacial records of Southern Hemisphere westerly wind variability from the New Zealand subantarctic Auckland Islands. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting. PP51B-2288. Retrieved from https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm15/meetingapp.cgi/Home/0

McClymont, E., Sanchez Montes, M. L., Müller, J., Moy, C., Romero, O., & Lloyd, J. (2014). Climate-ice sheet interactions through the Pliocene-Pleistocene: Preliminary results from IODP Expedition 341 (Gulf of Alaska). Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) 47th Annual Fall Meeting. Retrieved from http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2014/

Curtin, L., Moy, C., & Wilson, G. (2014). Geochemistry of Auckland Island lake sediments: Recording late Holocene changes in the Southern Hemisphere Westerly Winds. In K. A. Holt (Ed.), Geoscience Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication. 139A, (pp. 29). Takaka, New Zealand: GSNZ. [Abstract]

Coffey, G., Moy, C., Toy, V., Ohneiser, C., & Howarth, J. (2014). Constructing an Alpine Fault paleoseismicity record from slumped lacustrine deposits in the Cascade River Valley, South Westland, New Zealand. In K. A. Holt (Ed.), Geoscience Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication. 139A, (pp. 22-23). Takaka, New Zealand: GSNZ. [Abstract]

Coffey, G., Moy, C., Toy, V., Ohneiser, C., & Howarth, J. (2014). Constructing an alpine fault paleoseismicity record from slumped lacustrine deposits in the Cascade River Valley, South Westland, New Zealand. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) 47th Annual Fall Meeting. Retrieved from http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2014/

Stirling, C. H., Clarkson, M. O., Moy, C. M., Crampton, J. S., Porcelli, D., & Jenkyns, H. C. (2014). Global ocean anoxia during ancient 'greenhouse' climates: Constraints from metal stable isotopes. In K. A. Holt (Ed.), Geoscience Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication. 139A, (pp. 101). Takaka, New Zealand: GSNZ. [Abstract]

Moy, C., Addison, J., Finney, B., Bahlburg, H., Childress, L., Cowan, E., … Ridgway, K. (2014). Late Pleistocene biogenic sedimentation in the Gulf of Alaska: A biogeochemical perspective from IODP Expedition 341. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) 47th Annual Fall Meeting. Retrieved from http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2014/

Browne, I., Moy, C., Wilson, G., Neil, H., Riesselman, C., & Beltran, C. (2014). A multi-proxy Holocene paleoclimate reconstruction from the sub-Antarctic Auckland Islands. In K. A. Holt (Ed.), Geoscience Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication. 139A, (pp. 16-17). Takaka, New Zealand: GSNZ. [Abstract]

Liu, T., Nichols, J., Peteet, D., Moy, C., Crusius, J., & Schroth, A. (2014). Leaf wax n-alkane distributions and stable isotope ratios, paleovegetation, and dust flux to reconstruct North Pacific climate during the Late Holocene. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) 47th Annual Fall Meeting. Retrieved from http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2014/

Browne, I., Moy, C., Wilson, G., Neil, H., & Riesselman, C. (2014). A multiproxy fjord sediment record of Holocene climate change from the subantarctic Auckland Islands. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) 47th Annual Fall Meeting. Retrieved from http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2014/

Peteet, D., Nichols, J., Moy, C., & McGeachy, A. (2014). Alder expansion as a coastal warming signal: Linking coastal Alaskan carbon to vegetation change with climate. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) 47th Annual Fall Meeting. Retrieved from http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2014/

Burrington, P., Moy, C., Fitzsimons, S., Hageman, K., Beltran, C., Howarth, J., & Nichols, J. (2014). Compound-specific D/H ratios of lipid biomarkers as a proxy for holocene climate and hydrology, Fiordland, New Zealand. In K. A. Holt (Ed.), Geoscience Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication. 139A, (pp. 17-18). Takaka, New Zealand: GSNZ. [Abstract]

Hinojosa, J., Moy, C., Wilson, G., Stirling, C., & Eglinton, T. (2014). The 3 R's of carbon burial in New Zealand fjords: Runoff, redox, and recycling. In K. A. Holt (Ed.), Geoscience Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication. 139A, (pp. 50). Takaka, New Zealand: GSNZ. [Abstract]

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