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Dr Christopher Moy

Chris Moy 2016 imageBSc (Union College); MSc (Syracuse University); PhD (Stanford University)

Senior Lecturer

  • Paleoclimatology
  • Sedimentology
  • Geochemistry 

Office - Geology 2S04
ORCID orcid.org/0000-0002-2177-5265
Google Scholar profile
Email chris.moy@otago.ac.nz
Tel +64 3 470 3538
 
 

Research Interests

research_overview

My research is broadly centered on using sediment cores to evaluate past changes in Southern Hemisphere climate, carbon cycling, and marine biogeochemical cycling. I use the geologic record to identify how large-scale coupled 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 primarily apply light stable isotopes, major element geochemistry, and natural abundance radiocarbon to lacustrine, peatland, marine, and fjord sediment records obtained from New Zealand, the subantarctic Auckland Islands, southern South America, and the Gulf of Alaska to evaluate past change.

PhD opportunity in Paleoclimatology, geochemistry and diatom micropaleontology (05/2019):

Understanding the timing and drivers of drought in New Zealand

Primary Supervisor: Dr. Chris Moy
Co-advisors: Dr. Christina Riesselman and Dr. Marcus Vandergoes (GNS Science)

MSc opportunity in Paleoclimatology and geochemistry (05/2019):

Climate of the last millennium

Supervisors: Dr. Chris Moy and Dr. Marcus Vandergoes (GNS Science)

Teaching

* Course coordinator

Current research projects

1) NZ hydroclimate and the southern hemisphere westerly winds:

research_project1The strength and latitudinal position of the southern westerly winds (SWW) control the amount and distribution of precipitation in New Zealand (NZ). When the winds shift to the south or weaken, rainfall throughout NZ is reduced, often leading to drought. This project focuses on using lake sediment cores obtained from closed-basin lakes on the South Island (see Lake Von at right) where lake level and the isotopic composition of lake water are controlled by hydrologic balance. We identify past time periods of low lake level using a combination of geophysical imaging, targeted sediment coring and non-destructive core scanning techniques. We pair these results with records of lake water evaporation based on H and O stable isotope variations in organic compounds (n-alkanes) and microfossil remains (diatoms) from cores collected from deep basins where accumulation is continuous. This study will provide critical understanding of climatic influences on drought in NZ and characterize extremes in hydrologic deficit beyond the instrumental record. In the process, we will also provide fundamental knowledge on the SWW, a primary driver of the global climate system via their influence on Southern Ocean circulation and the global carbon cycle.

2) Climate of the last millennium:

research_project2High resolution paleoclimate records spanning the last 1,000 years are critical for establishing hydroclimate baselines, determining the magnitude of past temperature change and evaluating potential climate drivers. Yet, there are very few highly resolved and well dated records from New Zealand that can provide this perspective. A primary goal of the Lakes380 project is to evaluate how climate and landscape change impact water quality in 10% of New Zealand’s lakes (n=380) since first human arrival approx. 700 years ago. This project will compile multiple records of climate change from the South Island to help establish a baseline of climate and environmental change. Short (~1.5m) sediment cores will be analyzed using non-destructive scanning techniques (Itrax and hyperspectral imaging) and integrated with downcore stable isotopic measurements to evaluate past climate and environmental change.

3) South Pacific fjord sediment records of climate change and carbon cycling:

research_project3Fjord sediment records from southern New Zealand and the subantarctic Auckland Islands are well placed to address globally significant paleoclimate, tectonic, carbon cycle and environmental research questions. Combined, these fjords span 5° of latitude in the south Pacific Ocean, extending from the modern core of the strongest Southern Hemisphere westerly winds at 50°S across the subtropical front and adjacent to the subduction zone and transform (Alpine) fault of the Australian-Pacific plate boundary. Many fjord basins contain >100 m of sediments that have accumulated at rates exceeding 3-4 mm/yr and offer excellent opportunities to evaluate past climate, environmental and tectonic change with higher resolution than records developed from adjacent terrestrial or marine settings. Over the last decade, our Otago research group has collected geophysical data from more than 20 fjords in southern NZ and the subantarctic, recovered more than 150 sediment cores, and measured the physical and chemical properties of the water column to better understand the nature of sedimentation within these fjord systems. With international colleagues, we are now developing proposals to obtain a latitudinal transect of sediment cores obtained by drilling technologies to better understand the timing and nature of climate change, biogeochemical cycling and tectonic change since the Last Glacial Maximum.

Research facilities

Itrax imageOtago Analytical Core Repository:

The new Otago Analytical Core Repository houses dedicated laboratory facilities for splitting, imaging, sampling and non-destructive scanning of cores using a Geotek multi-sensor core logger for sediment physical property measurements and an Itrax XRF core scanner for elemental distributions.
 
 

Otago Large Lake and fjord coring system:

UWITECThe Geology Department has a UWITEC® percussion piston corer and coring platform to obtain continuous sediment cores from large lakes and fjords in New Zealand and abroad. This coring system is unique within New Zealand and it provides Otago researchers and collaborators with the opportunity to acquire high-quality sediment cores up to 26m in length from water depths up to 350m. The longer coring capability provides the ability to extend sediment records farther back in time and is being used to address relevant climate, tectonic, and landscape evolution research questions.

Featured  publications with graduate students

Gangl, S.K., Moy, C.M., Stirling, C.H., Jenkyns, H.C., Carmpton, J.S., Clarkson, M.O., Ohneiser, C., Porcelli, D., 2019, High-resolution records of Oceanic Anoxic Event 2: Insights into the timing, duration and extent of environmental perturbations from the palaeo-South Pacific Ocean, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v 518, pp 172-182 doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2019.04.028

Anderson, H.J., Moy, C.M., Vandergoes, M.J., Nichols, J.E., Riesselman, C.R., and Van Hale, R.D., 2018, Southern Hemisphere westerly wind influence on southern New Zealand hydrology during the Late Glacial and Holocene. Journal of Quaternary Science, v 33, pp 689-701, doi: 10.1002/jqs.3045.

Hinojosa, J.L., Moy, C.M., Stirling, C.H., Wilson, G.S., and Eglington, 2017, A New Zealand perspective on centennial-scale Southern Hemisphere westerly wind variability during the last two millennia. Quaternary Science Reviews, v 372, pp 32-43, doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2017.07.016.

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

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

Hinojosa, J., Moy. C.M., Prior, C.A., Eglington, T.I., McIntyre, C.P., Stirling, C.H., Wilson, G.S., 2015, The role of regional climate and oceanography in marine radiocarbon reservoir ages: A New Zealand perspective. Estuarine and Coastal Shelf Science, 167, pp 526-539, doi:10.1016/j.ecss.2015.11.003.

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Publications

Gangl, S. K., Moy, C. M., Stirling, C. H., Jenkyns, H. C., Crampton, J. S., Clarkson, M. O., Ohneiser, C., & Porcelli, D. (2019). High-resolution records of Oceanic Anoxic Event 2: Insights into the timing, duration and extent of environmental perturbations from the palaeo-South Pacific Ocean. Earth & Planetary Science Letters, 518, 172-182. doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2019.04.028

Clarkson, M. O., Stirling, C. H., Jenkyns, H. C., Dickson, A. J., Porcelli, D., Moy, C. M., … Cooke, I. R., & Lenton, T. M. (2018). Uranium isotope evidence for two episodes of deoxygenation during Oceanic Anoxic Event 2. PNAS, 115(12), 2918-2923. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1715278115

Prebble, J. G., Hinojosa, J. L., & Moy, C. M. (2018). Palynofacies assemblages reflect sources of organic matter in New Zealand fjords. Continental Shelf Research, 154, 19-25. doi: 10.1016/j.csr.2017.12.009

Levy, R. H., Dunbar, G. B., Vandergoes, M. J., Howarth, J. D., Kingan, T., Pyne, A. R., … Dagg, B., … Kenton, E., Little, S., … Moy, C., … Fitzsimons, S., … Gorman, A. R., … Nelson, F., … Wilson, G. S. (2018). A high-resolution climate record spanning the past 17 000 years recovered from Lake Ohau, South Island, New Zealand. Scientific Drilling, 24, 41-50. doi: 10.5194/sd-24-41-2018

Müller, J., Romero, O., Cowan, E. A., McClymont, E. L., Forwick, M., Asahi, H., … Moy, C. M., … Stoner, J. (2018). Cordilleran ice-sheet growth fueled primary productivity in the Gulf of Alaska, northeast Pacific Ocean. Geology, 46(4), 307-310. doi: 10.1130/G39904.1

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

Gangl, S. K., Moy, C. M., Stirling, C. H., Jenkyns, H. C., Crampton, J. S., Clarkson, M. O., Ohneiser, C., & Porcelli, D. (2019). High-resolution records of Oceanic Anoxic Event 2: Insights into the timing, duration and extent of environmental perturbations from the palaeo-South Pacific Ocean. Earth & Planetary Science Letters, 518, 172-182. doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2019.04.028

Clarkson, M. O., Stirling, C. H., Jenkyns, H. C., Dickson, A. J., Porcelli, D., Moy, C. M., … Cooke, I. R., & Lenton, T. M. (2018). Uranium isotope evidence for two episodes of deoxygenation during Oceanic Anoxic Event 2. PNAS, 115(12), 2918-2923. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1715278115

Müller, J., Romero, O., Cowan, E. A., McClymont, E. L., Forwick, M., Asahi, H., … Moy, C. M., … Stoner, J. (2018). Cordilleran ice-sheet growth fueled primary productivity in the Gulf of Alaska, northeast Pacific Ocean. Geology, 46(4), 307-310. doi: 10.1130/G39904.1

Levy, R. H., Dunbar, G. B., Vandergoes, M. J., Howarth, J. D., Kingan, T., Pyne, A. R., … Dagg, B., … Kenton, E., Little, S., … Moy, C., … Fitzsimons, S., … Gorman, A. R., … Nelson, F., … Wilson, G. S. (2018). A high-resolution climate record spanning the past 17 000 years recovered from Lake Ohau, South Island, New Zealand. Scientific Drilling, 24, 41-50. doi: 10.5194/sd-24-41-2018

Prebble, J. G., Hinojosa, J. L., & Moy, C. M. (2018). Palynofacies assemblages reflect sources of organic matter in New Zealand fjords. Continental Shelf Research, 154, 19-25. doi: 10.1016/j.csr.2017.12.009

Moreno, P. I., Vilanova, I., Villa-Martínez, R., Dunbar, R. B., Mucciarone, D. A., Kaplan, M. R., … Moy, C. M., … Lambert, F. (2018). Onset and evolution of southern annular mode-like changes at centennial timescale. Scientific Reports, 8, 3458. doi: 10.1038/s41598-018-21836-6

Anderson, H. J., Moy, C. M., Vandergoes, M. J., Nichols, J. E., Riesselman, C. R., & Van Hale, R. (2018). Southern Hemisphere westerly wind influence on southern New Zealand hydrology during the Lateglacial and Holocene. Journal of Quaternary Science, 33(6), 689-701. doi: 10.1002/jqs.3045

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, 44(10), 5053-5061. 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, 107, 46-53. doi: 10.1016/j.orggeochem.2017.02.009

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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., 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

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

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., Gadd, P., Browne, I., Vandergoes, M., Aebig, C., Wilson, G., & Jacobsen, G. (2018). Post-glacial environments at the subantarctic Auckland Islands, New Zealand. In M. Sagar & J. Prebble (Eds.), Geoscience Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication. 151A, (pp. 93). Wellington, New Zealand: GSNZ. [Abstract]

Lachniet, M. S., Moy, C. M., Riesselman, C. R., & Stephen, H. (2018). New Zealand river isoscapes document a stable isotopic rain shadow in the lee of the Southern Alps. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting. PP21F-1489. Retrieved from https://fallmeeting.agu.org/2018

Moy, C., Gilmer, G., Nichols, J., Browne, I., Curtin, L., Aebig, C., … Wilson, G. (2017). Postglacial records of Southern Hemisphere westerly wind variability from the New Zealand Subantarctic Auckland Islands. Proceedings of the New Zealand Antarctic Science Conference: Challenging science in a challenging environment. (pp. 12). New Zealand Antarctic Research Institute. Retrieved from https://antarctic2017.org

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]

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/

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]

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/

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. [Abstract]

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/

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

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

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

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]

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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