The articles listed below have been selected on the
basis of their relevance to 'saving our seas', following the interest of
this web site:
Marine organisms, Conservation,
Biology, Ecology, Evolution, Global threats, Geology, History.
Dive New Zealand is the local and only divers'
magazine, devoted mainly to diving activities, dive sites, dive equipment,
training, news, travelling and advertising. The articles listed here, thought
to be helpful to this web site, have been culled from its many pages.
No 1. Dec/Jan 1991 The Kermadec marine reserve. Paul
Control of spawning behaviour in
fish. Ned Pankhurst. p16
No 2. Feb/Mar 1991 No 3. Apr/May 1991 Saving our seafood. Anne Grace.
No 4. June/July 1991 No 5. Aug/Sep 1991 Packhorse movement. p16
Fish age, growth and exploitation.
Ned Pankhurst. p16
No 6. Oct/Nov 1991 Mayor (Tuhua) Island marine reserve
protection proposals. DoC. p17
Fish stress and spawning. Ned Pankhurst.
How do they do it? Nitrogen levels
in the Weddell Seal diving under the antarctic ice. Richard L Elliott.
Salvage law on the NZ coast. Piers
No 7. Dec/Jan 1992 The Coromandel's alluring Tairua.
Tairua-Pauanui the diving jewels of the Coromandel. Diving the Alderman
Islands. Roger Grace. p29-31
Tenacious, Territorial but tame:
the Hooker Sealion. Dr simon Mitchell. p36
Salvage law on the NZ coast. Piers
No 8. Feb/Mar 1992 The unique Kermadecs. Raoul Island.
Mark Herman. p25
No 9. Apr/May 1992 No 10. June/July 1992 Scallop spawning dynamics. Dr Ned
No 11. Aug/Sept 1992 Fish vision. Dr Ned Pankhurst.
The sinking of the Rainbow Warrior.
Derek D Grzelewski. p26
No 12. Oct/Nov 1992 Nugget Point marine reserve proposal.
Mangrove underwater adventure.
Daryl Torckler. p28
No 13. Dec/Jan 1993 Zooplankton cycles. The Chilean
Oyster. Dr Ned Pankhurst. p12
Gigantic blooms of marine algae.
Colin Melrose Padi. p15
Stranding (Pilot whales) Jim E
Scallop dredging: its future? Freelife.
Ciguatera poisoning. p28
The disappearing fish act. Dr Floor
No 14. Feb/Mar 1993 No 15. Apr/May 1993 Fish eggs and ferility. Dr Ned
Salvage law on the NZ coast. Piers
No 16. June/July 1993 The crystalline waters of Pupu
springs. Gerard Hindmarsh. p10
Shark mating - a mere nibble away.
Craig Worthington. p22
No 17. Aug/Sept 1993 Kelp die-back in north-east New
Zealand. Dr R C Babcock. p14
Batfish, rubyfish. Craig Worthington.
No 18. Oct/Nov 1993 Bivalve balloonists. (pipi). Dr
Russ Babcock. p17
Hapuku, serranids, groupers. Craig
Killer co-op back for seconds (orca)
Sid Marsh. p42
Wolves of the sea, the killer whales
of the Crozet Islands. David Parer and Elizabeth Parer-Cook
No 19. Dec/Jan 1994 Of Kelly and subtropical cycles
of fish. Craig Worthington. p19
White shark aat Leigh. Clinton
How happy are captive fish? Dr
Ned Pankhurst. p21
Corkscrew or Zigzag, who was that
whale? Ingrid Visser. p23
No 20. Feb/Mar 1994 Netting of white sharks - Stewart
Island. Clinton Duffy. p15
Shark atack and the International
shark attack file. George H Burgess. p14
The trouble with freshwater fish.
Craig Worthington. p19
Marine resource management. Dr
Ned Pankhurst. p20
Whale stranding reports. (pilot
whales0 Jim Lilley. p22
Te Whanganui a Hei marine reserve.
Peter Carter. p46
No 21. Apr/May 1994 Threa to plankton-feeding fishes.
Wade doak. p21
No 22. June/July 1994 Crayfish excursions. Russ Babcock.
Whale strandings. Terry James Project
No 23. Aug/Sep 1994 marine reserves: past, present
and future. Dr Bill Ballantine. p15
Giant salp, the inner space ship.
Wade doak. p19
Coral reefs in trouble. roger Grace.
Scallops - ground for concern?
Mark Morrison. p21
Groupers, mottled and striped.
Craig Worthington. p27
No 24. Oct/Nov 1994 Seaweed epifauna. Richard Taylor.
Noises Reefs long slow recovery.
Roger Grace. p24
Springtime: the rays return. Wade
No 25. Dec/Jan 1995 Undersea sex. Dr Russ Babcock.
Sandagers wrasse, red pigfish,
scorpionfish, mirrors & video for observing fish behaviour. Wade Doak.
No 26. Feb/Mar 1995 Wilderness diving Fiordland. Dave
No 28. June/July 1995 Undersea Asian invasion, the mud
mussel. Simon Hooker and Bob Creese. p20
Night in a fish harem. Wade doak.
Diving Antarctica. Craig Thorburn.
No 29. Aug/Sep 1995 The Poor Knights ocean gateway.
Wade doak. p15
Know your sharks. Craig thorburn.
Hectors dolphin deaths. Jim Lilley.
Can a marine reserve exist in the
middle of a city (Wellington)? Betsie Taylor. Project AWARE. p21
Valuable seaweeds. (heat resistant
agar) Dr Bob Creese. p22
No 30. Oct/Nov 1995 Parore, the long distance travellers
among reef fishes. M A Morrison. p22
No 31. Dec/Jan 1996 The giant staircase - Landing Bay.
Wade Doak. p22
Records and wrasse (rainbow wrasse
and others). Craig Worthington. p23
Kermadec corals threatened by starfish?
Dr Russ Babcock. p24
Centre Bank, Tauranga Harbour biological
research. Penelope Hull. p25
Awesome Orcas. Ingrid Visser. p27
Whale stranding (Minke Whale) Sheryl
Gibney. Project Jonah. p29
No 32. Feb/Mar 1996 Diving in sea caves. Wade doak.
Accepting shark attacks; the shark
fear hypocrisy. Craig Thorburn. p24
A crazy early season (splendid
perch). Craig Worthington. p25.
The landscape of the seafloor.
Mark Morrison and Richard Taylor. p26
A look at the swim-with-the-dolphins
industry. Rochelle Constantine. p28
Marine mammal munchers and fish
fossickers. (orca) Ingrid Visser. p29
The quest for the General Grant.
Cheryl Lilly. p40
No 33. April/May 1996 Diving in the sea caves. Wade Doak.
Hot water. snorkelling Motuarohia
Island. Craig Worthington. p16
More about boats, whales and dolphins.
Ingrid Visser. p17
Diving dunedin in the name of science.
Penny Palmer. p18
Bay of Plenty diving. Angie Belcher.
No 34. June/July 1996 Oddball orcas. Ingrid Visser. p16
Research diving in Milford sound.
Penny Palmer. p18
Makos. Craig Thorburn. p19
Bay of Islands, Cavalli Islands.
Angie Belcher. p42
Pinnacles of the East Coast: great
dives if you can find them. Tony & Jenny Enderby. p44
No 35. Aug/Sep 1996 The cliff dwellers. Sponges. Wade
Seeing beauty in the beast. Conger,
moray. Craig Thorburn. p18
Life in Doubtful sound. Penny Palmer.
Fish flourish in marine reserve.
tagging fish. Russ Babcock. p47
Wellington city shore diving. Angie
No 36. Oct/Nov 1996 Stinging threads. Phylum cnidaria.
Wade Doak. p18
Tempt me, Taranaki. Angie Belcher.
No 37. Dec/Jan 1997 Stinging threads: the flower people.
anemones and true corals. Wade doak. p14
A horse is a horse, unless of course
it is a sea horse. Craig Thorburn. p17
Dive dunedin. Angie Belcher. p46
No 38. Feb/Mar 1997 The comb bearers: phylum ctenophora.
Wade Doak. p16
Sex and the half-banded perch.
Craig Worthington. p18
The joy of snorkelling Kaikoura
Peninsula. Peter Langlands. p19
Get wet in the Wairarapa. Angie
No 39. April/May 1997 Soft bodies. Phylum mollusca. Wade
Black gold! Paua. Marea Neill.
No 40. June/July 1997 Jointed feet. Phylum arthropoda.
Crabs, crayfish. Wade Doak. p12
Strandings and not-so-exciting
sharks. Craig Thorburn. p13
Bill Palmer - not just a prickly
sea egg. Susi Thompson. p22
Goat Island, NZ's first marine
reserve - 20 years on. Tony and Jenny Enderby. p24
Captivating Coromandel. Angie Belcher.
No 41. Aug/Sept 1997 Spiny skins: sea stars. Wade Doak
Electricity in sharks. Craig Thorburn.
Three Kings magic. Lew Ritchie.
Orca thieves. Ingrid Visser. p44
Go East. diving the east coast.
Angie Belcher. p50
Jacques-Yves Cousteau: Jun 11,
1910- June 25, 1997. J M Cousteau. et al. p52
The Poor Knights Islands, a no-take
reserve at last! Wade Doak. p62
No 42. Oct/Nov 1997 Sea urchins. Wade Doak. p14
Biohazard. Venomous anemones. Craig
Orca stranding. Ingrid Visser.
Blue Cod bounce back at Long Island
marine reserve. Andrew McAlister. p25
Moray Eels. Tony & Jenny Enderby.
Tattooing fish: no case of mistaken
identity. Cam Fisher. p28
New code of conduct for Waikoropupu
Sprngs. Andrew MacAlister, DoC. p29
No 43. Dec/Jan 1998 Phylum chordate. sea flasks. Wade
A single coral's guide to successful
sex. Peter Heltzel (Monomyces rubrum). p23
Waikoropupu springs. sue Farley.
No 44. Feb/Mar 1998 Fish hierarchy, male chauvinism
and sex change. Wade Doak. p14
The seven gill shark. Craig Thorburn.
Snake Eels. Ross Armstrong. p26
Fiordland. Angie Belcher. p36
No 45 - April/May 1998 Blooming algae! shellfish poisoning. Dinoflagellates,
food poisoning. Craig Thorburn. p11
Sponges. Iain Anderson
No 46 - June/July 1998 Fishes of the Poor Knights, the plankton pickers. Pink
Maomao, splendid perch, butterfly perch, demoiselle, blue maomao. Wade
Blue shark (Prionace glauca). Craig Thorburn. p13
Cathedral Cove dive at Hahei. Carrie Patrick. p23
Tuhua survey. Mayor Island. Tara Ross-Watt. p32
Diving the Cavalli Islands and Whangarei coast. Tony
& Jenny Enderby. p42
Great Barrier Island. Angie Belcher. p47
No 47 - Aug/Sept 1998 Fishes of the Poor Knights: plankton pickers. trevally,
koheru, golden snapper, slender roughy, oblique swimming blenny, blunt-head
wrasse. Wade Doak. p10
Undersea volcanoes growing: huge economic benefits foreseen.
Diadema Rock, Volckner Rocks. John Baker. p18
Aubrey Island, whangarei Harbour. Wade Doak. p20
Three Kings Odyssea. Ross Armstrong. p22
No 49 - Dec/Jan 1999 All about morays. Craig Thorburn. p12
How effective are marine reserves for protecting snapper?
Trevor willis. p21
Awesome Three Kings: Elingamite. Ross Armstrong. p22
Lake Taupo's secrets revealed. Keith Gordon. p31
You are being watched. Octopus and scallop eyes. Iain
Diving Sail Rock. Tony and Jenny Enderby. p36
No 50 - Feb/Mar 1999 Invertebrate browsers. Snapper, tatakihi, boarfish,
kelpfish. Wade Doak. p11
A brief history of diving medicine. Dr Simon Mitchell.
Bushett Shoals, the dive of a lifetime. Bruce Walton.
The spineless majority. nudibranch seaslugs. p40
No 51 - Apr/May 1999 Bottom grubbers and bottom fossickers. Goatfish, wrasses.
Wade Doak p12
Sea anemones. Iain Anderson. p21
Diving the RMS Niagara. Keith Gordon. p26
No 52 - Jun/Jul 1999 No 53 - Aug/Sep 1999 No 54 - Oct/Nov 1999 Parasite pickers: the combfish. Wade Doak, p11
Diving with sharks - safe or not? Mike Bhana, p13
Spearfishing lin lakes and rivers (98kg catfish). Darren
Stewart Island. Gillian and Darryl Torckler, p22
No tag, no sale. NZ rocklobster industry (NZRLIC. www.seafood.co.nz)
takes offensive against thieves by tagging. p33
The Mokes (Mokohinau). Tony & Jenny Enderby, p38
No 55 - Dec/Jan 2000 Poor Knights notes. Wade Doak, p11
Stingrays. Mike Bhana, p13
The riches of the Poor Knights. Ross & Diane Armstrong,
Stringy stingy things. Iain A Anderson, p26
Scallops. Gregory Nesbit, Leigh Marine Laboratory, p38
Diving the Hauraki Gulf, Cape Rodney to Ti Point. Jenny
& Tony Enderby, p54
No 56 - Feb/Mar 2000 Diving the Hauraki Gulf: the outer reefs of Goat Island
marine reserve. Jenny & Tony Enderby, p15
Pupu Springs. Bruce Walton, p22-23
Discovering Stewart Island. Ross Armstrong, p24-25
Dance of the stingrays, Poor Knights. Glenn Edney, p46
No 57 - Apr/May 2000 Guild of the bottom stalkers: morays and congers. Wade
Niagara 2000. The wreck of the Niagara is a diver's dream.
Tim Cashman, p18
A meander through Marlborough. Bruce Walton, p20
Discovering Stewart Island. Iain Anderson, p24-25
Unexpected benefits of marine reserves. Russ Babcock,
Leigh Marine Laboratory, p33
No 58 - Jun/Jul 2000 Guild of the bottom stalkers: morays part 2. Wade Doak,
Gateway to Pelorus Sound. Bruce Walton, p38-39
Discovering Stewart island. Ros Armstrong. p40
No 59 - Aug/Sep 2000 Captivating kaikoura. Gillian & Darryl Torckler,
Guild of the bottom stalkers, lizard fish, scorpion fish,
rock cod, stargazer. Wade Doak, p18
No 60 - Oct/Nov 2000 Triplefins and blennies. Wade Doak, p14
Advanced freediving. Kirk Krack, p24-26
Battered eastern shores. Crai Worthington, p27
Diving the volcano (White Island). Donovan Gibbs, p30-31
Astrolabe adventure. Darell Adshead
Tidal (inernal) waves at the Knights. Dr Edward Abraham,
No 61 - Dec/Jan 2001 The parchment worm, an alien in the Hauraki Gulf? Hernando
Acosta, Leigh Marine Laboratory, p36
Death in our seas. Toxic agal blooms threatening mussel
industry. Bruce Walton, p41
Towards a network of reserves. Roger Grace, p48-49
Sarks need their fins more than you. Letters about shark
No 62 - Feb/Mar 2001 Sex and the single nudibranch. Iain anderson. p21
Hapuka or Grouper. Wade Doak, p26
Storm in a bowl of sharkfin. Tony Wu,p27
The amber forest (Macrosystis). Roger Grace. p40,42
The great white shark experience. Pete Montgomery, p46-48
No 63 - Apr/May 2001 Rikoriko Cave. Wade Doak
Riwaka Resurgence cave diving. Mark Chamberlain, Brent
Divers' Haven, East coast island discovery: Coromandel.
Monique Witsenburg. p31-35
Coral reefs and climate change. Roger Grace. p44,46
No 64 - Jun/Jul 2001 No 65 - Aug/Sep 2001 No 66 - Oct/Nov 2001 No 67 Dec/Jan 2002
Forest & Bird
The articles listed here have been
selected for their relevance to this web site.
Polychlorinated Biphenyls, an
environmental hazard in nZ? Alastair S Gunn, Michael G Crooymans. 15/1.
Feb 1994. p12
The NZ Sealion, a problem of
bycatch. S J Owen. 15/1 Feb 1994 p34
Auckland Islands visited.
Audrey Eagle. 15/2 May 1984. p14-18
Our disappearing natural dunelands.
Shannel Courtney. 15/3 Aug 1984 p2-5
Pauatahanui - the making of
a reserve. 16/3 Aug 1985 p2-4
Tides of change. New environmental
administration. Mark Bellingham, Gary Taylor. 17/3 Aug 1986. p2-5
Marine reserves, a tale of lost
opportunities. Lewis Ritchie. 17/3 Aug 1986. p9
The underwater world of Fiordland.
Ken Grange. 17/3 Aug 1986 p10-13
A Kermadec Islands marine reserve?
17/3 Aug 1986 p16-18
Scientific catching - whale
of a loophole. Bill Wieben. 18/3 Aug 1987 p36-37
Rubbishing the ocean - the problem
of plastic debris. Dr Martin Cawthron. 18/4 Nov 1987 p25-26
The downunder dolphin. Hectors
dolphin. Stephen Dawson and Liz slooten. 18/4 Nov 1987 p32-34
The Poor Knights a real marine
reserve at last? Wade Doak. 273 Aug 1994 p18-23
Climate change - the evidence
heats up. Jan Sinclair 276 May 1995 p24-31
World of wounds. Deer, possums
and other herbivores are transforming native forest into scrub and grassland.
Geoff Rogers.No277 Aug 1995
In search of mudfish. David
Young. 279 Feb 1999 p14-17
Dune Care. Eric Hamilton,
BoP Regional Council. 279 Feb 1996 p34-39
Snail shells - an evolutionary
saga. Ann Graeme. 279 Feb 1996 p42-43
Mohua, tackling stoats.
Stoat eradication techniques. Colin O'Donnell. 281 Aug 1996 p20-27
What's wrong with our fisheries. short sight, high
risk. Mark Feldman. 282 Nov 1996 p22-27
Protecting sea life in the Capital. A marine reserve
for Wellington? Kate Camp. 285 Aug 1997 p22-27
Too many people? toward a population policy for NZ.
Eugenie Sage. 285 Aug 1997 p28-37
Food for thought (fish evolution ). Ann Graeme.
285 Aug 1997 p50-51
The state we're in (the state of the NZ environment).
MfE. 286 Nov 1997 p24-25
Treasured islands of the subantarctic. Gordon
Ell. 287 Feb 1998 p16-23
Diving the mangroves - a photographic safari.
Tony & Jenny enderby. 287 Feb 1998 p24-27
Wilderness and water on Waiheke - the Matuku Bay marine
reserve proposal. Leith Duncan. 288 May 1998 p26-27
Miranda, the refuge of migrants. Gordon Ell. 289
Aug 1998 p14-19
The voracious mosquito fish Gambusia or 'Damnbusia'?.
Clint McCullough. 290 Nov 1998 p20-21
Glimpses of Gondwanaland. Parts of South America
and Australia look alike. Shaun Barnett. 290 Nov 1998 p22-27
Marine reserves proposed for Nelson Coast; off
Banks Peninsula; Off Taranaki coast. 291 Feb 1999 p10-11
Diving on harbour riches. Wade Doak. 291 Feb 1999
Marine reserves: planning a wet library. High
school students for a marine reserve in Whangarei Harbour. 291 Feb 1999
Helping the penguins, Blue Penguins at Flea Bay,
Banks Peninsula. Andy Dennis. 291 Feb 1999 p36-39
Life on Campbell Island. Raewyn Mackenzie.
Vol 1 Jan 1989 p18
Goat Island revisited. Kennedy Warne &
John Walsby. Vol 1 Jan 1989 p96
Pools of discovery (rock pools). John
Walsby. Vol 1 Jan 1989 p103
The obsidian island (Mayor Island). Buddy
Mikaere. Vol 3 Jul 1989 p18
Bluff gold (the bluff oyster). Kennedy
Warne. Vol 3 Jul 1989 p63
The cultured oyster (pacific oyster).
John Walsby. Vol 3 Jul 1989 p70
Deep water fishing. Warren Judd &
Kim Westerskov. Vol 4 Oct 1989 p76
Symphony of the dolphins. Michael Szabo
& Roger Grace Vol 14 Apr 1992 p100
Forests in the sea (mangroves). John Walsby
& Darryl Torckler. Vol 15 Jul 1992 p40
Underwater gardens of Pupu Springs. Gerard
Hindmarsh & Daryl Torckler. Vol 16 Sep 1992 p78
Bait! (whitebait, galaxiids). Keri Hulme
& Peter Quinn. Vol 17 Jan 1993 p50
Emperors on ice (Emperor penguin). Kim
Westerskov. Vol 17 Jan 1993 p108
Nature's champagne (drinking water, aquifers)
Vaughan Yarwood.Vol 18 Apr 1993 p62
Mussel power (greenshell mussels). Elaine
Fisher, Warren Judd, John Walsby. Vol 18 Apr 1993p104
Glaciers - ice on the move. Derek Grzelewski.
Vol 19 Jul 1993 p50
The hunt for NZ's dinosaurs. Vaughan Yarwood
& Dave Gunson. Vol 19 Jul 1993 p102
The Chathams - New Zealand's wilder side.
Vaughan Yarwood & Arno Gasteiger. Vol 20 Oct 1993 p44
Fish from the foam (fishing contest).
Warren Judd & Arno Gasteiger. Vol 22 Apr 1994 p18
Gardens under the sea (seaweeds). Lindsay
Clark. Vol 22 Apr 1994 p70
New Zealand's search for oil. Warren Judd
& Arno Gasteiger. Vol 23 Jul 1994 p20
Wreck to reef - the transfiguration of the
Rainbow Warrior. Roger Grace & Michael Szabo. Vol 23 Jul
Old man Kaipara (Kaipara Harbour). Bede
Scott & Francois Maritz. Vol 26 Apr 1995 p20
Pohutukawa - flame of the north. Jo Hardy/McNeill,
Roger Blackley, Warren Judd. Vol 28 Oct 1995
The clifftop world of the Three Kings.
Warren Judd. Vol 29 Jan 1996 p26
Humpback (Humpback whales). Alison Carter
& Kim Westerskov. Vol 30 Apr 1996 p20
Island refuge (Stephens Island). Graeme
Ure. Vol 32 Oct 1996 p62
Some like it hot (thermophilic bacteria).
Simon Potter. Vol 33 Jan 1997 p78
Sea lions - pride of the southern seas
(Auckland Islands). Neville Peat. Vol 33 Jan 1997 p88
Passionate about paua. Gerard Hindmarsh. Vol 39 Jul 1998
Whales out my window (Southern right whale,
Campbell Island, Auckland Islands). Caryn Davis. Vol 40 Oct 1998
Harold Wellman and the Alpine Fault. Ross Galbreath. Vol 41
Jan 1999. p82
The lure of trout. Derek grzelewski & Darryl Torckler. Vol
46 Apr 2000. p90
Treasures of Spirits Bay. Dave Hansford. Vol 46 Apr 2000. p14-16
Nature Heritage (about 1975) 1975, Hamlyn House Books, Auckland
This work was an extraordinary achievement for its time and is still
today a good general reference, hence the whole contents of all volumes
in this series have been listed here:
No 1: Foreword. Environment in crisis. The world of
life. A land is made. Habitat and living space. The Tuatara: survivor of
past ages. Food chains in the sea. The Maori and animals. The record of
the rocks. How plants came to NZ. Photosynthesis and respiration. The coming
of the birds. The moa. Squids with outside shells. Rangitoto. Sea dragons
of the Mesosoic. Podocarp forests. Plant dispersal and competition. Geographies
of the past (1). The kiwi. Digestion and assimilation. Pre-European (1):
the first 500 years. The naming of plants and animals. Geographies of the
past (2). Egmont National Park. Fossil penguins.
No 2: the Kaweka range. the moulding of the landscape.
to be a zoologist. pre-European (2): the last 500 years. Rocks from the
sky. beech forest. the Maori and plants. A rare bird with false teeth.
the moulding of the landscape (2). the early years (1): sealers and whalers.
freshwater fishes. the moulding of the landscape (3). beyond the tidemarks.
ice shapes the land. the soil we live on. brown trout. the early years
(2): timber and flax. Kapiti Island. the small rails and wekas. native
frogs. the soil we live on. rainbow trout. the takahe. soil animals
No 3: petrels. the dynamics of climate. scree slopes.
streams and rivers. the sea. the muttonbird. NZ trees: an introduction.
Freshwater fishes: some introduced species. the human skin. Westland National
Park. the totara. principal groups of plants and animals. glossary of scientific
terms. NZ's only native mammals. the cabbage tree. a mountain stream. freshwater
crayfish. the sea floor around NZ. the forest floor. mission farming and
the Maori. commensalism and parasitism. the pukeko. native plants as medicine.
No 4: life in caves. the glow-worms. the rimu. the
kingfisher. insects: an introduction. water and survival. peripatus. working
bullocks. shags. soil micro-organisms. the Waimakariri river. the grebes.
miro and matai. insects from Australia. three salmon. chars. freshwater
eels. three dotterels. the spur-winged plover. grayling and smelts. old
man range. the nikau palm. vegetable caterpillar and vegetable cicada.
the Waikato river. the pohutukawa. wetas. the galaxids. the lamprey.
No 5: marine fishes: an introduction. marine algae.
coastal kelp forests. barnacles. pukatea and pigeonwood. the gannet. the
runholders. offshore kelp forests. marine eels. the hagish. genetics. bare
rock in shallow water. hinau and pokaka. albatrosses. cockroaches. parasitic
flowering plants. adaptation and selection. NZ lizards (1). perching plants.
gulls and skuas. deep-sea rock faces. the snapper. terns. NZ lizards (2).
South Island wheat estates. kahikatea. deep-sea rock faces.
No 6: Mount Aspiring National Park. paradise duck
and blue duck. tarakihi and related species. crayfish (1). great storms.
crayfish (2). the game ducks. shelter barrier against wind. kamahi and
tawhero. mullets. beetles. geese. birds of prey. coastal caves and overhangs.
to be a botanist. introduced mammals. the flight of a bird. karaka. Hauraki
Gulf. earwigs. teals and scaup. whales and dolphins. volanoes(1). migrant
waders. NZ shipworm. offshore caves and overhangs.
No 7: stoats weasels and ferrets. pasture (1). welcome
swallow: a success story. volcanoes (2). toatoa and taanekaha. opossums
(1). false scorpions. taraire and tawa. pasture (2). carangids. kahawai
and dolphin-fish. photographing birds. the pipit and skylark. ants and
termites. gumdiggers in the north. swift-flow habitats. opossums (2). thar.
hedgehogs. ocean currents. mountain tarn. seahorses and pipefishes. terrestrial
bugs. wind and sea. flounders and soles. the large leaved beeches. snow
tussock grasslands. cuckoos.
No 8: bees. tides. mixed marine habitats. chamois.
hydroids and jellyfish. silver beech. pheasants and partridges. mountain
beech and black beech. sheep farming. lice and fleas (1). Goat Island.
shrimps and prawns. lice and fleas (2). soils: classification & distribution.
scorpionfish and sea persh. goatfishes. sand and mud habitats. plant-eating
insects. native songbirds in the bush. recording birdsong. minerals of
NZ: an introduction. biological habitats. gemstones and minerals. lakes:
an introduction. garfish needlefish flying fish. swans. putaputaweta tawari
No 9: Lake Rotomahana. serranids (1). goats. gemstones
and minerals (2). Lake Taupo. serranids (2). puriri. flies. aphids. earthquakes.
kyphosids. the lesser crustacea. the common woodlouse. Rotorua lakes. Nelson
Lakes National Park. earthquakes (2). corals anemones gorgonians. pomacentrids.
wasps (1). crabs. owls. horopito. wasps (2). LABRIDS (1). habitats and
No 10: aquatic insects (1). lacewings. the pond. labrids
(2). poisonous plants. titoki. weather forecasting. aquatic insects (2).
scorpion flies. the snares. leeches. gurnard and deep-sea flatheads. lancewood
and five-fingers. the southern sky. mangrove and saltmarsh. bigeye. the
trumpeter family. penguins. silvereye. the art of birdwatching. animals
and their young. nitrogen in the ecosystem. kakapo. rivers and the development
of the land. harvestmen. the abyss. NZ honeyeaters. fuchsias. aquatic insects
(3). mimicry and parasite removal. springtails. rewarewa and toro.
No 11: red cod and related species. rooks and magpies.
sparrows and finches. ribbonwood. biological control of insects. plant
successions on moraines. sharks(1). fossil sharks. dealfishes oarfishes
and ribbonfishes. the Poor Knights. introduced moths and butterflies. kauri
forest. plume moths and leafminers. sharks (2). commercial shark fishing.
carnivorous plants. the kauri. colour in fishes. john dory. mosquitoes
sandflies and midges. moths of fruitcrops. bean frame. irrigation farming
in Central Otago. Pirongia Forest Park. alpine moths. fishes of rockpools.
kelpfish. marbelfish. spawning behaviour in fish.
No 12: Lake Grassmere. wapiti and sika. fingi(1).
bush sickness. pasture and forest moths. cicadas (1). man-made lakes. NZ
pigeon. fungi (2). feeding patterns. cicadas (2). the volcanic plateau.
skates rays elephantfish. wood-borers. peat. quail. rabbits and hares.
native butterflies. wood-borers (2). the Kermadecs. whitetail and fallow
deer. sambar and Javan rusa. moose. mantids and grasshoppers. introduced
butterflies. elephant seal. rifleman and rock wren. song thrush and blackbird.
Nort-West Nelson Forest Park.
No 13: the southland plains. the sea-lion. Lake Sumner
Forest Park. centipedes and millipedes. molluscs: an introduction. freshwater
algae. Hauraki Plains. photographing insects and other small animals. Craigieburn
Forest Park. starling and myna. NZ fur seal. visiting seals. fish guilds.
leatherjacket. Paddle Hill Basin. cephalopods. univalves: an introduction.
wild pig. kaikomako. butterfish. sunfishes and moonfish. paua and allies.
Ruahine Forest Park. brittle stars. starfishes. mites and ticks. to be
a geologist. kowhais. Coromandel Forest Park. chitons and tusk shells.
sea slugs and allies.
No 14: between the tides. common univalves. photographing
plants. barracouta southern hake frostfish. mosses. herons egrets bitterns.
Auckland Islands. large land snails. craneflies. scale insects and mealy
bugs. ratas. lianes. photographing fishes. caves of NZ. liverworts. Nelson
harvests the sun. Nelson hops. Tararua Forest Park. the huia. tree daisies
and allied species. exposed northern rocky shores. feather stars and seacucumbers.
animal reproduction. bivalves: an introduction. ngaio. sheltered northern
rocky shores. nature and maori art. the art of Tamatea. rock oysters.
No 15: Bluff oysters. exotic forests: an introduction.
conifers. the sublittoral fringe. trapdoor spiders and their kin. Parapara.
Whau. Bluff oysters (2). mussels. the orbweb spiders. Urewera National
Park. notothenoids. the remarkable pine. native orchids. the volcanic plateau
(2). dwarf native conifers. hunting spiders. surf beaches. hardwoods. ferns:
an introduction. management techniques. the kaipo and other web spiders.
introduced birds (1). rocky shores of harbours and estuaries. flycatchers
and warblers. fernbird. Raukumara Range. smaller land snails and slugs.
sea urchins. lichens.
No 16: utilisation. tide pools. jumping spiders. divaricating
shrubs. matagouri. introduced birds. hebes. thrips. the torrentfish. bullies.
lawn. red deer (1). tree ferns. Orongorongo Valley. filmy ferns. mackerels
and tunas. red deer (2). kaka and kea. snow and ice. caves crevices and
holes. makomako. puka and pate. mapou. flax. crepe ferns and other curiosities.
toheroa and allies. rushes and sedges. kawaka ans pahautea. Kaimanawa Forest
Park. the story of gorse.
No 17: DDT in the environment. seaquirts and salps.
silverfish. blowflies. inanga. animal conflict and cooperation. parasites
and the economy. scallops and other fan shells. more bivalves. pitosporums.
the West Coast. boulder beaches. the Chatham Islands. wallabies. the story
of oil. classic fossil localities. native brooms. early prose. parakeets.
seaweeds and their holdfasts. rats and mice. early poetry. milk trees.
ramarama. flatworms. Tongariro National Park. tropical diseases.
No 18: marine fisheries (1). pilchards sprats and
anchovies. protected sand beaches. plants of the high mountains. later
prose. Rimutaka Forest Park. later poetry. marine fisheries (2). makamaka
and broadleaf. buttercups. heaths and gentians. speargrasses and their
relatives. animals in quarantine. the story of coal. harbour and mudflats.
manuka and kanuka. native olives. sheep. ribbon worms. sheltered shores.
wattlebirds. weeds and their control. tree coprosmas. the working horse
and dog. Porirua Harbour. ourisias. freshwater molluscs.
No 19: cattle. exposed southern shores. nature in
Maori lore. common broadleaf trees. tutu. hutu. earthworms. fern allies.
Stewart Island. celmisias. subtropical trees. Haurangi Forest Park. vegetable
sheep. ornamental conifers. museums and natural history. nature study in
the classroom. landscape (1). marine research stations. Arthur's Pass National
Park. air: content and quality. soil and water (1). landscape (2).
No 20: introduced grasses. soil and water (2). the
birds of Antarctica. tawapou. kohekohe. marlins and swordfish. native grasses.
zoonoses. the scarred landscaped. soil and water (3). microbes and food.
maire tawake and mangeao. wharangi. willows. maritime parks. zoos. the
climate of the city. the Kaihoura Region. botanical illustrations. apples.
rubus. water. introduced shrubs and small trees. Fiordland National Park.
No 21: harnessing natural energy. poplars. stonefruit
and ornamental prunus. nature and the law. Abel Tasman National Park. roses.
endangered plants. introduced shrubs and small trees. zoological illustrations.
Campbell Island. popular bulbs and perennials. introduced shrubs and small
trees (3). the work of the Wildlife Service. Lakes Manapouri and Te Anau.
Mount Cook: the seasons. general index. map South island. map North Island.
plants & animals index. supplemental clossary. authors index.
The spawning of the capelin.
(Newfoundland). William C Leggett, Kenneth T Frank. Vol 262/5 May 1990.
High fertility in sub-saharan
Africa. Religious & social beliefs promote large families. John
C Caldwell et al. Vol 262/5 May 1990. p82-89
Genes, peoples and languages.
Human genetics tracing the divergence of languages. Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza.
Vol 265/5 Nov 1991 p72-79
Plant life in a CO2-rich world.
Increased production or disrupted ecosystems? F A Bazzaz, E D Fajer. Vol
266/1 Jan 1992 p18-25
How sea turtles navigate.
Kenneth J Lohman. Vol 266/1 Jan 1992 p82-89
Mud volcanoes of the Marianas.
Descending plates and water creates minerals oozing back. Patricia Fryer.
Vol 266/2 Feb 1992. p26-33
The mammals of island Europe.
50 million years ago. Vol 266/2 Feb 1992. p42-47
The recent African genesis of
humans. DNA tracing back to 'Eve'. Allan C Wilson, Rebecca L Cann.
Vol 266/4 Apr 1992 p20-27
The multi-regional evolution
of humans. Paleoanthropologists disagree with DNA.. Vol 266/4 Apr 1992
Mountain belts and the supercontinent
cycle. Is Pangea part of a 500m year cycle? J Brendan Murphy et al..
Vol 266/4 Apr 1992 p34-41
Accounting for environmental
assets. Degradation of natural assets is not taken into account. Robert
Repetto. Vol 266/6 Jun 1992. p64-71
How many species inhabit the
Earth? Estimates. Robert M May. Vol 267/4 Oct 1992. p18-25
Scavenging and human evolution.
Did man hunt or scavenge for food? Robert J Blumenschine et al. Vol 267/4
Oct 1992. p70-77
The big bang of animal evolution.
600m years ago the basic body plan was formed. Jeffrey S Levinton. Vol
267/5 Nov 1992 p 52-59Meaning and Mind in monkeys. Do their utterances
reflect hought? Robert M Seyfarth et al. Vol 267/6 Dec 1992 p78-85
Why do we age? Genes control
ageing. Ricki L Rusting. Vol 267/6 Dec 1992 p86-95
Coral bleaching. Why are
coral reefs dying? Barbara E Brown et al. Vol 268/1 Jan 1993 p44-51
The earliest history of the
Earth. New Radioactive dating into 1,5 billion years ago. Derek York.
Vol 268/1 Jan 1993 p82-89
Madagascar's Lemurs. Are
lemurs related to humans? They are under threat. Ian Tattersall. Vol 268/1
Jan 1993 p90-97
Adapting to complexity.
Living and nonliving systems (economy) evolve towards chaos. Russell Ruthen.
Vol 268/1 Jan 1993 p110-117
Environmental change and violent
conflict. People will fight for dwindling resources. Thomas F Homer-Dixon
et al. Vol 268/2 Feb 1993 p16-23
Ice Age lamps. Ancient humans
invented portable, fat-burning lamps. Sophie A de Beaune et al. Vol266/3
Mar 1993 p74-79
Flooded forests of the Amazon.
A changing environment creates more diversity. Michael Goulding. Vol266/3
The ageing of the human species.
We are getting older. S Jay Olshansky et al. Vol 268/4 Apr 1993 p18-25
The reproductive behaviour of
the Stickleback. Gerard J Fitzgerald. Vol 268/4 Apr 1993 p50-55
The evolution of virulence.
Why are some pathogens worse than others? Paul W Ewald. Vol 268/4 Apr 1993
Modern humans in the Levant.
Neanderthals and humans. Ofer Bar-Yosef et al. Vol 268/4 Apr 1993 p64-71
The economics of life and death.
Financial indicators do not reflect human wellbeing. Amartya Sen. Vol 268/5
May 1993 p18-25
The power of maps. Be aware
of the cartographer's bias. Denis Wood. Vol 268/5 May 1993 p48-53
Underground records of changing
climate. Temperature gradients in deep boreholes reveal. Henry N Pollack
et al. Vol 268/6 Jun 1993 p 16-23
Eugenics revisited. Human
behaviour determined by genetics? John Horgan. Vol 268/6 Jun 1993 p92-100
Diet and primate evolution.
We are what we ate. Dietary niches directed our evolution. Katharine Milton.
Vol 269/2 Aug 1993 p70-77
Large igneous provinces.
Vast elevated plains created by magma. Millard F Coffin et al. Vol 269/4
Oct 1993 p42-49
The case for free trade.
Economic forces can correct poor ecological practice. Jagdish Bhagwari.
Vol 269/5 Nov 1993 p41-49
The perils of free trade.
The cost to the environment is not charged, threatening jobs and biosphere.
Herman E Daly. Vol 269/5 Nov 1993 p50-57
The fertility decline in developing
countries. Prosperity and contraception. Bryant Robey et al.
Vol 269/6 Dec 1993 p30-37
Sulfate aerosol and climatic
change. Compounds of sulfur act as the Earth's thermostat. Robert J
Charlson et al. Vol 270/2 Feb 1994 p48-57
The molecular architects of
body design. Genes control development, normal or monstrous. William
McGinnis et al. Vol 270/2 Feb 1994
The terror birds of South America.
65 million years ago. Larry G Marshall. Vol 270/2 Feb 1994 p90-95
Can the growing human population
feed itself? Optimism. John Bongaarts. Vol 270/3 Mar 1994 p36-43
The Earth's mantle below the
oceans. What propels the tectonic plates? Enrico Bonatti. Vol 270/3
Mar 1994 p44-51
The dynamics of social dilemmas.
Co-operation to preserve. Natalie S Glance et al. Vol 270/3 Mar 1994 p76-81
Frogs and toads in deserts.
Survival techniques for extremes. Lon L McClanahan et al. Vol 270/3 Mar
Trades, jobs and wages.
Consumers are buying more services, fewer goods. Paul R Krugman et al.
Vol 270/4 Apr 1994 p44-49
Nurturing nature. Restoring
Florida's Everglades. Marguerite Holloway. Vol 270/4 Apr 1994 p 98-108
East side story: the origin
of humankind. Why did hominids branch off from Panidae? Yves Coppens. Vol
270/5 May 1994 p88-95
Agriculture for developing nations.
High-yield crops need irrigation and fertilisers. Is there a better way?
Francesca bray. Vol 271/1 Jul 1994
Manatees. In danger. Thomas
O'Shea. Vol 271/1 Jul 1994 p66-73
Late ice age hunting technology.
Sophisticated spear points. Heidi Knecht. Vol 271/1 Jul 1994 p82-87
Red Tides. Toxic blooms
of algae contaminate seafood. Donald M Anderson. Vol 271/2 Aug 1994 p62-69
Solving the paradox of deep
earthquakes. At 70Km dep, rock becomes liquid can it quake? Harry W
Green II. Vol 271/3 Sep1994 p64-71
Life in the universe. A
special issue entirely devoted to life, Earth and universe. Vol 271/4 Oct
Fossils of the flaming cliffs.
Dinosaurs in the Gobi desert. Michael J Novacek et al. Vol 271/6 Dec 1994
Making environmental treaties
work. 170 international treaties to protect the environment. Hilary
F French. Vol 271/6 Dec 1994 p94-99
Caulerpa. Looking like ferns
with travelling roots, is in fact a single cell. William P Jacobs. Vol
271/6 Dec 1994 p 100-105
The puzzle of declining amphibian
populations. What may be the cause? Andrew R Blaustein. Vol 272/4 Apr
The ocean's salt fingers.
Vertical currents in the oceans. Raymond W Schmitt Jr. Vol 272/5 May 1995
Debt and the environment.
Debt is depleting national resources in poor countries. David Pearce et
al. Vol 272/6 Jun 1995 p52-57
The arithmetic of mutual help.
Strategies of co-operation that also apply to evolution. Martin A Nowak
et al. Vol 272/6 Jun 1995 p76-83
Kin recognition. Family
reunions in animals. David W Pfennig et al. Vol 272/6 Jun 1995 p98-103
From complexity to perplexity.
Has 'complexity' been opoorly understood? John Horgan. Vol 272/6 Jun 1995
Light in the ocean's midwaters.
Luminous fish in the deep. Bruce H Robison. Vol 273/1 Jul 1995 p60-65
Tornadoes. New understandings.
Robert Davies-Jones. Vol 273/2 Aug 1995 p34-41
The physiology of decompression
illness. Bubbles inside the SCUBA diver. Richard E Moon et al. Vol
273/2 Aug 1995 p54-61
The molecular logic of smell.
How does the sense of smell work? Richard Axell. Vol 273/4 Oct 1995 p154-159
The new social Darwinists.
Natural selection affects behaviour. John Horgan. Vol 273/4 Oct 1995 p174-181
The world's imperiled fish.
Saving our declining fisheries. Carl Safina. Vol 273/5 Nov 1995 p46-53
Chaotic climate. The flow
of heat through the oceans may critically determine climate. Wallace S
Broecker. Vol 273/5 Nov 1995 p62-69
God's utility function.
Patterns of seemingly intelligent design can be explained. Richard
Dawkins. Vol 273/5 Nov 1995 p80-85
Caloric restriction and ageing.
Eat fewer calories and live linger. Richard Weindruch. Vol 274/1 Jan 1996
Cleaning up the river Rhine.
Sources of contamination brought under control. Karl-Geer Malle. Vol 274/1
Jan 1996 p70-75
The evolution of continental
crust. Continents float on to pf denser rock below. S Ross Taylor et
al. Vol 274/1 Jan 1996 p76-81
Malnutrition, poverty and intellectual
development. Stunting human achievement. J Larry Brown et al. Vol 274/2
Feb 1996 p38-43
Seeing underwater with background
noise. Objects 'visualised' against a noisy background. M J Buckingham
et al. Vol 274/2 Feb 1996
The loves of the plants.
Taxonomist Linnaeus classified plants on their flowers. Londa Schiebinger.
Vol 274/2 Feb 1996 p110-115
Urban planning in Curitiba.
A model city because of planning. Jonas Rabinovitch et al. Vol 274/3 Mar
The African AIDS epidemic.
Spreadng through heterosexual intercourse. John C Caldwell. Vol 274/3 Mar
Caribbean mangrove swamps.
Belize. Klaus Ruetzler, Ilka C Feller. Vol 274/3 Mar 1996 p94-99
The mother of mass extinctions.
250m years ago 80% of animal species disappeared. Douglas E Erwin. Vol
274/3 Mar 1996 p56-63
Sands of the world. Sand
reflects millions of years of geologic history. Walter N Mack et al. Vol
275/2 Aug 1996 p44-49
Ring bubbles of dolphins.
Dolphins master the art of fluid dynamics in blwing bubble shapes. Ken
Marten et al. Vol 275/2 Aug 1996 p64-69
Ten days under the sea.
Off Key Largo, Florida in an underwater habitat. Peter J Edmunds. Vol 275/4
Oct 1996 p64-71
Microbes deep inside the Earth.
Microbes found thousands of metres deep. James K Fredrickson et al. Vol
275/4 Oct 1996 p42-47
Sounding out science. We
have learned little from the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Why? Marguerite Holloway.
Vol 275/4 Oct 1996 p82-89
Global climatic change on Mars.
Mars' climate was once conducive to life. Jeffrey S Kargel et al. Vol 275/5
Nov 1996 p60-69
Immunity and the invertebrates.
The human immune system evolved from other organisms. Gregory Beck et al.
Vol 275/5 Nov 1996 p42-46
Sharks and the origins of vertebrate
immunity. 500m years ago sharks developed a better immune system. Gary
W Litman. Vol 275/5 Nov 1996
Can China feed itself? 1200m
people on 9% of the world's arable land. Roy L Prosterman et al. Vol 275/5
Nov 1996 p70-77
Atmospheric dust and acid rain.
Unusually low levels of dust promote acid rain. Lars O Hedin et al. Vol
275/6 Dec 1996 p56-61
The rising seas. How much
will greenhouse warming raise our seas? David Schneider. Vol 276/3 Mar
Can sustainable management save
tropical forests? Failed strategies in logging. Richard E Rice et al.
Vol 276/4 Apr 1997 p34-49
How erosion builds mountains.
Paradoxically also erosion builds mountains. Nicholas Pinter et al. Vol
276/4 Apr 1997 p60-65
Extremophiles. Micro organisms
in the extremely hot, cold, acidic, basic, salty. Michael T Madigan, Barry
L Mars. Vol 276/4 Apr 1997 p66-71
The coming climate. Greenhouse
warming changes everything. Thomas R Karl et al. Vol 276/5 May 1997 p54-59
Global population and the nitrogen
cycle. One third of all the nitrogen in people's bodies is man-made.
Vaclav Smil. Vol 277/1 Jul 1997 p58-63
Creating false memories. Memory
can be treacherous. Imagined scenes may seem reality. Elizabeth E Loftus.
Vol 277/3 Sep 1997 p50-55
Booming sand. Sand can make
noises when disturbed but we don't know why. Franco Nori et al. Vol 277/3
Sep 1997 p64-67
Greenland's ice cores: frozen
in time. Allowing us to peer 10,000 years in past climates. Richard
B Alley et al. Vol 278/2 Feb 1998 p66-71
The end of cheap oil. Oil
becomes harder to mine. Colin J Campbell, Jean H Laberrere. Vol 278/3 Mar
Mining for oil. Tarry sands
and shale as alternatives? Richard L George. Vol 278/3 Mar 1998 p66-67
Oil production in the 21st century.
Reviving current and used oil fields. Roger N Anderson. Vol 278/3 Mar 1998
Liquid fuels from natural gas.
Alternatives to buffer the decline in crude oil. Safaa A Fouda. Vol 278/3
Mar 1998 p74-77
How females choose their mates.
They are looking for crucial traits. Lee Alan Dugatkin, Jean-Guy J Godin.
Vol 278/4 p46-51
Shrimp aquaculture and the environment.
No more trawling but other problems. Claude E Boyd et al. Vol278/6 Jun
Irrigating crops with seawater.
Farming salt-tolerant crops. Edward P Glenn et al. Vol 279/2 Aug 1998 p56-61
Secrets of the slime hag.
The natural history of the hagfish. Vol 279/4 Oct 1998 p44-49
Natural oil spills. Oil
from natural fissures supports unique communities. Ian R MacDonald. Vol
279/5 Nov 1998 p30-51
Leafy seadragons. Paul Groves,
Paul Sutherland. Vol 279/6 Dec 1998. p54-59
To save a salmon. Mysterious
disappearance in British Columbia. GlennZorpette. Vol 280/1 Jan 1999. p78-83
Cichlids of the rift lakes.
Surprising evolution in African lakes. Melany L J Stiassny, Axel Meyer.
Vol 280/2 Feb 1999 p44-49
Global climate change on Venus.
Venus's climate has varied over time. Mark A Bullock & David H Grinspoon.
SciAm Mar 1999 p34-41
Mapping the universe, using techniques drawn from
the analysis of music. Stephen D Landy. SciAm Jun1999 p38-45
How the body tells left from right: the orientation
of internal organs is also controlled by proteins. J C I Belmonte. SciAm
Jun 1999 p46-51
Biological warfare against crops: organisms that
kill crops are weapons for terrorists. P Rogers, S Whitby, M Dando. SciAm
Jun 1999 p70-75
Life's far-flung raw materials. Life may owe its
start to complex organic molecules from space. Max P Bernstein et al. SciAm
The mystery of nucleon spin. New experiments to
unravel the mysteries of protons and neutrons. Klaus Rith, Andreas Schaefer.
SciAm Jul 1999.
The future of fuel cells. Innovation and engineering
may overcome their design problems. Various articles & authors. SciAm
Breathing life into Tyrannosaurus Rex. It may have
been a kinder, gentler creature. Various authors. SciAm Sept 1999
Migrating planets. Planets may have migrated to
their present positions. Renu Malhorra. SciAm Sep 1999.
A case against virtual nuclear testing. Are 3-D
computer simulations flawed? Christopher E Paine. SciAm Sep 1999
The hidden oceans of (planet) Europa. Jupiter's
icy moon may harbour an ocean underneath. Robert T Pappalardo et al. SciAm
The fate of life in the universe. Eventually the
universe will become so cold and empty that life cannot exist. L M Krauss
et al. SciAm Nov 1999
Flammable ice: Methane-hydrate deposits in the
sea bottom may store the energy needed for the future. E Suess et all SciAm
Floating in space: balloons may study the upper
reaches of the atmosphere. I Steve Smith et al. Sci Am Nov 1999
What science will know in 2050, a millennium special.
Various authors and articles. SciAm Dec 1999
A unified physics? Exploring our
universe and others. Deciphering the code of life. The end of nature versus
nurture. The human impact on climate. Can
human ageing be postponed? How the brain creates the mind. Is there life elsewhere in the
universe? Rise of the robots. Once we were not alone. Four kinds of hominids
lived in the same time period on the same continent. Ian Tattersall. SciAm
Snowball Earth. Ice entombed our planet hundreds
of millions of years ago. Complex animals evolved. Paul F Hoffman et al.
SciAm Jan 2000.
The unmet need for family planning. Birth control
is still inadequate. Malcolm Potts. Sci Am Jan 2000.
The Galileo mission to Jupiter and its moons.
V Johnson. SciAm Feb 2000
Melting below zero: the surface of ice can have
a liquid film. John S Wettlaufer & J Greg Dash. SciAm Feb 2000
Capturing greenhouse gases. Sequestering carbon
dioxide underground or in the deep ocean. Howard Herzog et al. SciAm Feb
Transparent animals. Ingenious physiological accommodations.
Soenke Johnsen. SciAm Feb 2000
Uprooting the tree of life. About 10 years ago,
scientists finally worked out how life evolved. W Ford Doolittle. SciAm
Why go to Mars? Looking for life, travelling to
Mars, space technology. various authors. SciAm Mar 2000
Dissecting a hurricane. Scientists flew into hurricane
Dennis. Tim Beardsley. SciAm Mar 2000
Monitoring Earth's vital signs. Nasa's Earth Observing
Satellites. Michale D King, David d Herring. SciAm Apr 2000
Who were the Neandertals? Controversial evidence
indicates that they interbred with humans. Kate Wong. SciAm Apr 2000
Making metallic hydrogen: by re-creating the extreme
conditions in Ju;iter's core. William J Nellis. SciAm May 2000
Waging a new kind of war. Small arms conflict.
Jeffrey Boutwel & Michael T Klare. SciAm May 2000 p 28-35
Invisible wounds. Mental health effects of wars.
Richard F Mollica. SciAm May 2000 p36-39
Children of the gun. How to make killer children.
Neil G Boothby & Christine M Knudsen.
Dwarf galaxies and star bursts. Sara C Beck. SciAm
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Searching for extraterrestrials. Where are they?
Maybe we are alone after all. Ian Crawford. SciAm Jul 2000
Darwin's influence on modern thought. Great minds
shape the thinking of historical periods. Ernst Mayr. SciAm Jul 2000
How green are green plastics? Are plastics from
plants the saviors we have hoped for? T U Gerngross et al. SciAm Aug 2000
Fountains of youth: early days in the life of a star.
To make a star, gas and dust must fall inward. Thomas P Ray. SciAm Aug
Is global warming harmful to health? Diseases
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Searching for shadows of other earths. Giant planets
have been found but not smaller ones. L R Doyle et al. SciAm Sep 2000
Who were the first Americans? They may have been
fisherfolk and basket weavers. Sasha Nemecek. SciAm Sep 2000
The power of memes. Behaviour is copied from person
to person. Susan Blackmore et al. SciAm Oct 2000 p52-61
The Vasimir rocket, powerful and efficient. Franklin
R Chang Diaz. SciAm Nov 2000. p72-79
Rulers of the Jurassic seas. Ryosuke Motami. SciAm
Dec 2001 p 30-37
The secrets of stardust. J Mayo Greenberg. SciAm
Dec 2001 p46-51
The science of smart growth. Alternatives to urban
sprawl. Donald D T Chen. SciAm Dec 2001 p60-67
Safeguarding our water. Making every drop gount. Will
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Growing more food with less water.
Irrigation must become less wasteful. Sandra Postel. SciAm Feb 2001 p34-37
Journal of the Auckland University Field Club
The entire content of Tane has been listed here because we believe that
this has not been done elsewhere. Do you have Tane issues predating No16,
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Vol 16, 1970
Subantarctic Campbell Island. Gordon S Maxwell. p5
A preliminary laboratory assessment of fungicides for the
control of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (Lib.) D By. Shaun R Pennycook
& James B Corbin. p21
The establishment of permanent quadrats in pastureland at
Swanson. Barbara S Parris. Elizabeth M Dickson, W J Rae. p31
The establishment of permanent vegetation quadrats on the
Poor Knights Islands. Barbara S Parris. p45
North Cape quadrats 1969. W J Rae. p53
Some observations on the understory vegetation of Riverhead
Forest. G T Jane. p61
Statistics in biology. R M Cassie. p71
Studies of the dominican gull (Larus dominicanus)
on Rangitoto Island. D A Francis. p91
Notes on the North Island breeding colonies of spotted shags
(Stictocarbo punctatus punctatus Sparman (1786)). P R Millener.
Further estimates on the breeding density of land birds on
Little Barrier Island. David J Gravatt. p105
A Little Blue Penguin in captivity. Jennifer J Bedford. p115
Hairs of the Hydroptilidae (Trichoptera). J P Leader. p121
The feeding biology of Sabellaria. Rufus M G Wells. p131
A subfossil land snail faunule from Kawhia. P G Parkinson.
Homing of the tiger slug, Limax maximus (L), a preliminary
investigation. Gerald McCormack. p143
A note on the behaviour of two echinoids during rough sea
conditions. B C Russell. p149
A rapid X-Ray method for the quantitive determination of
selected minerals in fine-grained and altered rocks. Campbell S Nelson
& R H A Cochrane. p151
Quantitive examination of immature sandstones by point-count
and X-ray modal analysis. T Finlow-Bates. p163
An outline of the geology of the Huia and Karamatura Valleys
- West Auckland. G Halliday, W R H Ramsay, T H Wilson. p175
A note on Maori stonework on Great Barrier Island. W R H
Reference list of all articles published in TANE volumes
1-15 (by author within category). Compiled by B W Hayward. p189
Voll 17, 1971: whale Island,
Auckland University Field Club Scientific Camp. Whale Island.
August 19780. Introduction and acknowledgements. G R V Anderson. p 5
Geology of Whale Island. W R H Ramsay & B W Hayward with
appendix by R F Whitten. p9
The vegetation of Whale Island.
Part I. Plant communities. Barbara S Parris,Prudence A Lynch,
E Jean Ferguson. p33
Part II. Species list of vascular plants. Barbara S Parris.
Part III. Fungi. Barbara S Parris. p47
A note on the lichens of Whale Island. D R Towns. p61
The birds of Whale Island. J P Croxall & P R Millener.
The lizards of Whale Island. D R Towns. p61
Whale Island intertidal life. Susan E Beever, Deborah DeB.
Broadfoot, Virginia L spencer. p67
Insects on Whale Island. C G Quilter. p75
A note on the Maori pa site on Whale Island. B W Hayward.
A preliminary annotated checklist of fishes of the Poor Knights
Islands. B C Russell. p81
The lizards of the islands visited by Field Club 1953-54.
A revision with some additions. D R Towns. p91
A botanical survey of some offshore islands of the Coromandel
peninsula. F J Newhook, Elizabethh M Dickson, K J Bennett. p97
A note on the geology of Motuoruhi Island. B W Hayward.
Zonation and habitat of the Grapsid Crabs Plagusia capensis
and Leptograpsus variegatus. Marjorie R Bacon. p123
A checklist of fishes from the entrance to the Whangateau
Harbour, Northland. R V Grace. p129
Some factors affecting zonation of rocky shore organisms
at Kawerua. B W Hayward. p137
The behaviour and web structure of the Katipo, Latrodectus
katipo. D J Court. p149
Fourth re-examination of the permanent vegetation quadrats
on Little Barrier Island. B S Parris. p169
Results of the Waitangitaona River course change, March 1967.
G Rennison. p 173
Pliocene and Quaternary sediment from Weymouth, Auckland.
P R Moore, R J McKelvey with appendix by D C Mildenhall. p181
Drift of stream invertebrates. G W Watson. p197
Vol 18, 1972: Red Mercury island
Auckland University Field Club Scientific Camp, Red Mercury
(Whakau) Island, August 1971. Introduction and acknowledgements. P R Millener.
Geology of Red Mercury Island (Whakau). B W Hayward and P
R Moore. p9
The vegetation of Red Mercury Island.
Part 1: The plant communities and a vascular plant species
list. P A Lynch, E J Ferguson. p21
Part 2: Quantitative studies in forest and scrub. P A Lynch
and E J Ferguson. p30
The lichens of Red Mercury Island. G C Puch. p35
A note on the marine algae of Red Mercury Island. M C Bradstock.
The intertidal life of Red Mercury Island. A B Saies, S E
Beever, J R Hay, R G Woods. p43
Sublittoral zonation of dominant organisms at Red Mercury
Island, N-E new Zealand. R V Grace. p57
The lotic fauna of Red Mercury Islad (Whakau). G W Watson.
Insects of Red Mercury Island. D J Court. p81
Spiders from Red Mercury Island. D J Court. p87
A preliminary checklist of marine fishes of Red Mercury Island,
N-E New Zealand. R V Grace. p91
The reptiles of Red Mercury Island. D R Towns. p95
The birds of Red Mercury Island. S M Fogarty and M E Douglas.
Rattus exulans on Red Mercury Island. D J Bettesworth.
Maori artefacts from Red Mercury Island. P R Moore. p119
Note on a Pleistocene shellbed near Weymouth, Auckland. P
R Moore. p123
The structural geology of the Waitemata Group in the Pt.
Erin - gasworks area, Auckland. R High. p127
Geology of the Kawerua coastline, North Auckland. B W Hayward.
Phytoplankton from the Hauraki Gulf. K A Lanigan. p169
A check-list of NZ ascidians, with preliminary notes on their
distribution. J P Croxall. p177
Additions to the list of fishes from the entrance to the
Whangateau Harbour, Northland, New Zealand. R V Grace. p187
Diet of Rattus norvegicus on Whale Island, Bay of
Plenty, New Zealand. D J Bettesworth, G R V Anderson. p189
A note on former kauri dam sites in the Table Mountain area.
B W Hayward. p197
Vol 19, 1973: Aldermen Islands, Great Barrier Island
Twentyfive years of scientific work published in Tane. Compiled
by the editorial committee. pVII
Auckland University Field Club Scientific Camp, Aldermen
Islands, May 1972. introduction and acknowledgements. B W Hayward. pXI
The intertidal life of Ruamahua-iti and Middle Island (Aldermen
Islands). Anne B Saies. p1
Achecklist of fishes of the Aldermen Islands, N-E New Zealand,
with additions to the fishes of Red Mercury Island. R V Grace. p13
Evidence of former Maori occupation of the aldermen Islands.
P R Moore. p21
The birds of the Aldermen Islands. Susan M Fogarty, M E Douglas.
The vegetation of the Aldermen Islands: a reappraisal. D
J Court, A K Hardacre, P A Lynch. p41
The floristic status of the Aldermen islands compared with
other offshore islands of the Auckland Province. D J Court. p61
Geology of the Aldermen Islands. B W Hayward, P R Moore.
Anote ont he lichens from Ruamahua-iti, Aldermen islands.
B W Hayward. p87
Reptiles of the Aldermen Islands. D R Towns, B W Hayward.
Archaeology of the Waipoua Region, Northland.
Part I: list of sites from Hokianga South Head to Maunganui
Bluff. E Gael Atwell, Gillian F Puch, R Lawn. p103
Part II: Description of Pa from Waimamaku Valley and Kawerua.
E Gael Atwell, Gillian F Puch. p111
Myocene stratigraphy of the Hokianga-Waimamaku coastline,
north of Kawerua, north Auckland. B W Hayward. p119
Auckland University Field Club fiftieth anniversary scientific
camp, Great Barrier Island, August 1972. Introduction and acknowledgements.
B W Hayward. p127
The hot springs of Great Barrier island
1. Physical measurements and chemical analysis. T H Wilson,
P R Moore, M P Hochstein. p129
2. The ultrastructure of Oscillatoria amphibia Agrdh.
J P Chalcroft. p141
3. A note on the possible occurrence of pathogenic amoebae
in the hot springs bathing pools. J P Chalcroft. p153
Archaelogical sites, Great Barrier Island. E Gael Atwell.
Addition to the freshwater algae of New Zealand 1: A note
on the species Vaucheria from Great Barrier Island. Pranjit Sarma.
A note on the geology of the coasline west of Whangaparapara,
Great Barrier island. B W Hayward. p175
Spider populations of Great Barrier Island. D J Court. p179
Lichens from part of Great Barrier Island. Glenys C Hayward,
B W Hayward. p189
Benthonic foraminifera from a mangrove swamp, Whangaparapara,
Gr Barrier I. Murray R Gregory. p193
A summary of lichen associations in different habitats from
four offshore islands, north-east New Zealand. Glenys C Hayward, B W Hayward.
Botanical notes on three high peaks overlooking the Hauraki
Gulf. Lucy B Moore. p213
Some difficulties in the quantitative X-ray modal analysis
of rocks by the method of Nelson and Cochrane (1970). J R Carlson, J L
Apreliminary investigation of the location and general ecology
of mat plants in the Rotorua Lake District. D A Carter. p233
A note on the taxonomy of Avicennia in New Zealand.
Prudence a Lynch. p243.
Vol 20, 1974: Shoe and slipper Islands.
Auckland University Field Club scientific camp at Shoe Island
and the Slipper Island group, August 1973. Introduction and acknowledgements.
BW Haywood, P R Moore. p1
Benthic communites west of Slipper Island, north-eastern
New Zealand. R V Grace, R Whitten. p5
Checklist of fishes from Tairua. R V Grace. p21
Landsnails from Shoe and Middle Islands, N-E New Zealand.
P G Parkinson, P R Moore. p25
Mollusca on Maori middens on Slipper Island. R C Willan.
A note on the lizards of the Slipper Island group. D R Towns.
Birds of Shoe and Slipper Islands. M E Douglas, D J Gubb.
Geology of shoe and Slipper Island group. B W Hayward, P
R Moore, D A B MacFarlan. p43
Botany of Shoe and Slipper Island group - Coromandel Peninsula
Part I: Vegetation. D J Court. p56
Part II: Ferns and fern allies. A E Wright. p66
Part III: Lichens. BW and GC Hayward. p72
Additions to the freshwater algae of New Zealand II: some
slipper Island. P Sarma. p86
Auckland University Field Club scientific station, Kawerua,
Northland. Scientific camp May 1973. Kawerua scientific research subcommittee.
Midden analysis of the Waimamaku and Kawerua coastline, Waipoua
region, Northland. Gillian F Puch. p104
Preliminary report on the inland geology of the Kawerua area.
D A B McFArlan. p111
Checklist of the vascular plants of the Kawerua area. Compiled
by D J court. p116
Lichen flora of the Kawerua area. BW and GC Hayward. p125
A preliminary species list of the birds of the Kawerua area.
D J Gubb and P R Millener. p140
Kawerua notes. Fernbirds (Bowdleria punctata) in the Kawerua
area. D J Gubb. p144
Katipos at Kawerua. D J Court. p144
A comparison of a Pleistocene conglomerate and a Modern cobble
beach at Kawerua. B W Hayward. p148
A note on the orientation of ventifacts in a coastal region
in Kawerua. B W Hayward. p152
A species of Scincidae from Kawerua. D R Towns. p155
Phytoplankton from Kawerua lakes. Krystyna A Lanigan, B W
Hayward. p 156
Kawerua crabs. B W Hayward. p159
Feeding behaviour of Stegnaster inflatus Hutton (Class:Asteroidea,
Fam Asterinidae). R V Grace. p163
"Two-spined" Australian spider, Poecilopachys astralasia
(Griffith & Pidgeon) 1833 in Auckland. D J Court. p166
Observations on the native land mollusca of Taranaki. P G
The palaeoecology of the Rapanui shell beds. Anne B Grace.
Plants of Hobson Bay. R Gardner. p189
Vol 21, 1975: Wharekaho Beach
Auckland University Field Club scientific camp to Wharekaho
Beach, Whitianga, August 1974. B W Hayward. p1
The vegetation of the Mt Maungatawhiri Area, Coromandel Peninsula.
A E Wright. p3
Lichens from Northern Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand.
B W Hayward, Glenys C Hayward, D J Galloway. p15
Fungi from Maungatawhiri. A E Wright. p29
Some archaeological sites from the Mount Maugatawhiri area,
north Whitianga. Gilian F Puch. p33
Waipoua basalt and the geology of Maunganui Bluff. B W Hayward.
Auckland University Field Club scientific station, Kawerua,
Northland, scientific camp, May 1974. Kawerua scientific research subcommittee.
Distribution and abundance of birds at Kawerua. P R Millener.
A note on the algal bloom at Kawerua coast, North Island,
NZ. Pranjit Sarma. p55
Kawerua echinoderms. B W Hayward. p59
Killer whales and a Risso's Dolphin at Kawerua. D J Court.
Additional archaeological sites from Maunganui Bluff. B W
A site record of Maori pits at Kawerua. Gillian F Puch. p69
Archaeological site survey of Shoe Island and the Slipper
Island group. E Gael, J R H spencer, Gillian F Puch, P R Moore. p71
White Island notes. Rover V Grace. p91
Some botanical features of Simmonds Island, Great Exhibition
Bay. W W E Sander. p 101
Kauri dam sites in the Waitakere Ranges. B W Hayward and
J T Diamond. p105
The significance of Cirripedes to the paleoecology of Motutapu
Island. J S Buckeridge. p121
A study of some effects of the Wairakei geothermal power
station upon the Waikato river. G J Cox, Sally M Naylor, D E Thomson.p
Sedimentary structures on the Kitchener Anticline, Sealy
Range, Mount Cook. W H Ramsay. p143
Measuring flow of small streams: use of a portable weir.
P R Moore. p147
The international code of botanical nomenclature: an historical
review and bibliography. P G Parkinson. p153
Obituary - Professor L H Briggs. Laurie Millener. p175
Reference list of all articles published in Tane volumes
16-20 (by author within category). A E Wright. p177
Vol 22, 1976: Great Mercury Island, Hahei
Auckland Univerity field club scientific trip to Great Mercury
Island. Introduction and acknowledgements. A E Wright. p1
Geology of the Whitianga Group, Great Mercury Island.
Part I. Coroglen subgroup stratigraphy. B W Hayward. p5
Part II. Structures in the Minden Rhyolite of southern Great
Mercury island. Bruno Zutelja. p15
The vegetation of Great Mercury Island. A E Wright. p23
Lichens of Great Mercury Island. Glenys C Hayward, B W Hayward,
D J Galloway. p51.
Some freshwater algae from Great Mercury Island. Lynette
A Levis. p59
The birds of Mercury Island, north-eastern New Zealand. Anne
B Grace. p65
Crabs of the Great Mercury Island (Ahuahu). Gillian F Puch.
Intertidal life on rocky shores of Great Mercury island.
R J Staveley Parker. p77
Benthic communities west of Great Mercury Island. Roger V
Grace and Anne B Grace. p85
A preliminary checklist of fishes from Great Mercury Island,
N-E New Zealand. Anne B Grace. p103
North Cape quadrats 1975. A E Wright. p107
The circadian rhythm of locomotor activity in the lizard
pacificus, and its possible taxonomic use. J A Benson. p119
A note on the feral goat (Capra hircus L.) in the
Hunua Ranges, Auckland. J M Clark. p129
The vegetation of Karamea (Red Island), southern Hawkes Bay.
A E Wright. p135
Petrography and mineralisation of Karamea (Red Island), southern
Hawkes Bay. H W Kobe. p139
Notes on the Hahei Islands and adjacent mainland, Hahei,
Coromandel Peninsula. P R Moore. p145
Additions to the list of plants from Rabbit Island C C Ogle.
A note on tree climbing by the crab Helice crassa
in mangrove swamps. G J Cox. p155
On the occurrence of the genus Masigocoleus: an addition
to the marine algal flora of New Zealand. Pranjit Sarma and M N Williams.
Records of birds from the Leigh district, New Zealand. F
J Taylor. p163
Records of amphibians, reptiles and mammals of the Leigh
district, New Zealand. F J Taylor. p173
Macropaleontology and Paleoecology of the Waitakere Group
(lower Myocene), Waitakere hills, Auckland. B W Haywars. p177
Field Club notes 1975. Editorial Committee. p207
Vol 23, 1977: Moturoa Island
Auckland University Field Club scientific camp to the Moturoa
Island group, May 1976. Introduction and acknowledgements. A E Wright.
Notes on the geology of the Moturoa Island group. R J Staveley
Vegetation and flora of the Moturoa Island group, Northland,
New Zealand. A E Wright. p11
Lichens from the Moturoa Island gorup. Glenys c Hayward,
A E Wright. p31
The lizards of the Moturoa Island group. R A Hitchmough.
Insects from the Moturoa Islands, May 1976. Peter MacDonald.
Intertidal and sublittoral patterns of marine life of the
Moturoa Islands, n-e NZ. Roger V Grace, Gillian F Puch. p51
Sea surface temperatures between Mangonui and the Moturoa
Islands, n-e NZ, in May 1976. Roger V Grace, p67
The birds of Moturoa Islands. GP Farley. p71
The geology of Moturoa Island, Hauraki Guld. P F Ballance,
Pits at Kawerua - Maori or Gumdigger? B W Hayward. p85
Archaeological sites of the Te Henga district, Waitakere
Ranges, West Auckland. Bruce W Hayward, John T Diamond. p89
The coastal geology of the Ihumateo area, Auckland. B D Ricketts.
Note on Holocene deposits at Turanga Creek, Whitford, Auckland.
B D Ricketts. p125
Aspects of the geology of the uppermost Jurassic strata at
Port Waikato. J A Kennedy, T C Leonard, G P O'Leary, S S Palmer. p129
Field Club notes 1976. p135
Vol 24, 1978: Farewell Spit, Hen Island
Auckland University field Club scientific trip to Farewell
Spit, May 1977. Introduction and acknowledgements. A E Wright. p1
Notes on the geology of Cape Farewell and Farewell spit,
n-w Nelson. A B S Clark, S C Thoms. p5
Vegetation patterns across the Farewell Spit dune system.
E A Brown. p9
A note on the aquatic vegetation of Farewell Spit, New Zealand.
K J Patterson. p21
A note on the saltmarsh vegetation of Farewell Spit. C B
The terrestrial vertebrates of Farewell spit, May 1977. R
A Hitchmough. p29
Intertidal life of Farewell spit. S H Anderson, C A Hammerton,
F M Town. p37
Some arcaheological sites from Farewell Spit, Nelson.
A A Court. p43
Hen Island scientific camp, August 1977. Introduction and
Acknowledgements. Bruce W Hayward. p49
Geology of Hen Island (Taranga) and reclassification of the
"Wairakau Andesites". B W Hayward, P R Moore, D A Francis with appendix
by C P Wood. p55
Vascular plants of Hen Island (Taranga), n-e NZ. A E Wright.
Forest regeneration on Hen Island. D J Court. p103
Lichens of Hen Island, northern NZ. Glenys C Hayward and
Bruce W Hayward. p119
Marine notes on Hen Island, northern NZ. Roger V Grace and
Anne B Grace. p131
Archaeological site survey of Hen Island (Taranga) Bruce
W Hayward, P R Moore, Mary Newman. p137
Moas - NZ's first rock hounds. Evidence from Kawerua. Bruce
W Hayward. p159
Establishment and monitoring of permanent lichen quadrats
at Kawerua, Northland, NZ. Roger V Grace, Glenys C Hayward. p173
A note on the former extent of Waipoua Kauri Forest around
Kawerua. Bruce W Hayward. p185
Botanical features of the Mokohinau Islands. A E Esler. p187
Wanganui strata of the Mangaohane Plateau, northern Ruahine
Range, Taihape. G H Browne. p199
Records of marina algae from the Leigh area. F J Taylor
Part I: Introduction. p211
Part II: Records of phytoplankton from Goat Island Bay. p
Part III: Phytoplankton from the Whangateau Harbour. p223
Field Club notes 1977. p223
Vol 25, 1979: Ponui Island, Cavalli Islands
Auckland University Field Club scientific trip to Ponui Island,
August 1978. Introduction and acknowledgements. E A Brown p1
The vegetation and flora of Ponui Island, Hauraki Gulf, New
Zealand. E A Brown. p5
The birds of Ponui (Chamberlin's) Island, Hauraki Gulf, August
1978. P J Bellingham. p17
Archaeological site survey on Ponui Island, Hauraki Gulf,
NZ. Peter J Matthews. p23
Cavalli Islands trip, New Year 1978-1979. Introduction and
acknowledgements. Bruce W Hayward. p35
Geology of the Cavalli Islands, northern NZ. P R Moore, W
R H Ramsay. p41
Vegetation and flora of the Cavalli Islands (except Motukawanui),
northern NZ. A E Wright. p61
Vascular flora of Motukawanui Island, Cavalli group, northern
NZ. A E Wright. p101
Lichens of the Cavalli Islands. Bruce W Hayward, Glenys C
Lizards observed during a visit to the Cavalli Islands, Dec
1978 to Jan 1979. R A Hitchmough.p 119
Insects from the Cavalli Islands. L I N Roberts. p125
A checklist of fishes from the Cavalli Islands, Northland,
NZ. Jon Nicholson. p133
New Zealand locality records for the aeolid nudibranch Fiona
pinnata (Eschscoltz). R C Willan. p141
Planktic foraminifera in surface sediments around the Cavalli
Islands, northern NZ. Bruce W Hayward. p149
Archaeological sites ont he Cavalli Islands, northern NZ.
B W Hayward, P R Moore, G F Puch, E G Ramsay, A E Wright. p157
An intertidal Zostera pool community at Kawerua, Northland
and its foraminiferal microfauna. p173 B W Hayward.
Indigenous vascular plants of the serpentine area of Surville
Cliffs and adjacent cliff tops, n-w of North Cape, NZ. A P Druce, J K Bartlett,
R O Gardner. p187
Collecting and curating lichens. G C Hayward. p207
An Altonian, deep-water, fossil fauna from the eastern Waitakere
Ranges, Auckland. B W Hayward. p209
A key to intertidal Trochid molluscs of the genera Diloma
and Melagraphia in NZ. R C Willan. p219
Field Club notes 1978. p225
Vol 26, 1980: Mokohinau Islands, eastern Bay of Islands
Auckland University field Club scientific trip to the Mokohinau
Islands, May 1979. Introduction and acknowledgements. A E Wright. p1
Geology of Fanal Island (Motukino), outer Hauraki Gulf, North
Auckland. G H Browne, D A Greig. p7
Geomorphic features of Fanal Island. G H Browne. p21
Vegetation and fauna of Fanal Island, A E Wright. p25
Lichens from Fanal Island. A E Wright, B W Hayward, G C Hayward.
Reptiles of the northern Mokohinau group. J McCallum. p53
A note on Placostylus hongii (Lesson) from Fanal Island.
G H Browne. p61
Birds of Fanal Island. P J Bellingham. p63
The birds of the northern Mokohinau group. J McCallum. p69
Patterns of feeding on Dysoxylum and Planchonella
fruits. P J Matthews. p79
Observations of the fish fauna of the Mokohinau group. G
D Housley. p83
Benthic communities of hard substrates at the Mokohinau Islands.
D J Riddell. p91
Fanal Island (Motukino) archaeological survey and historical
account. W Spring-Rice. p99
Offshore Islands Research Group trip to eastern Bay of Islands,
January 1980. B W Hayward. p107
Lichens of the eastern Bay of Islands. B W Hayward, G C Hayward.
The mammals, birds, reptiles and freshwater fish of the eastern
island group of the BoI. R A Hitchmough, J McCallum. p127
A survey of marine fishes of Urupukapuka Island, BoI, NZ.
J Nicholson, L I N Roberts. p135
A note on a population of an undescribed Terebratella
terebratellidae) from Urupukapuka Island, N NZ. F J Brook.
Archaeological sites on small islands in the eastern BoI,
Northland. B W Hayward, A E Wright. p151
Kiore (Rattus exulans) on Motukawanui Island, Cavalli
Group, northern NZ. R A Hitchmough. p161
The birds of the Cavalli Islands, NZ. P R Millener. p169
New records of warm-water foraminifera from n-e NZ. B W Hayward.
The macrobenthos of the Cavalli Islands, n- NZ. R V Grace,
B W Hayward. p189
Changes to coastal landforms south of Kawerua, 1942-1978.
BW Hayward. p211
Forest flora of the North Cape region. R O Gardener, J K
Archaeological sites on Motuihe Island, Auckland. B W Hayward.
Reference list of all articles published in Tane, volumes
21-25. Compiled by A E Wright. p243.
Field Club notes 1979. p249
Vol 27, 1981: Cuvier Island,
Auckland University Field club scientific trip to Cuvier
Island (Repanga), May 1980. Intro & acknowledgements. A E Wright. p1
Studies on the vegetation of Cuvier Island
(V). Additional vascular plant species and a vegetation description
for Scott's Monument. A E Wright. p7
(VI) Lichens. B W Hayward, A E Wright, G C Hayward. p13
Reptiles of Cuvier Island. J McCallum, F R Harker. p17
Birds of Cuvier Island. P J Bellingham, T G Lovegrove, J
McCallum, S E Pitt, I C Southey. p 23
Notes on the stream macrofauna of Cuvier Island. D J Riddell.
A checklist of fishes from Cuvier Island. G D Housley, D
J Riddell, R V Grace. p37
Soft bottom macrofauna and foraminiferal microfauna off Cuvier
Island. B W Hayward, R V Grace. p43
Reptiles of Tawhiti Rahi, Poor Knights Islands. J McCallum.
A note on the terrestrial foraging by the crab Leptograpsus
variegatus. R V Grace. p67
Soft-bottom benthic faunal associations of Tutukaka Harbour,
Northland, NZ. F J Brook, R V Grace, B W Hayward. p69
Geology of the Urupukapuka-Motuarohia Island group, eastern
Bay of Islands. P R Moore. p93
Soft-bottom benthic macrofaunal communities of the eastern
Bay of Islands. B W Hayward, R V Grace, F J Brook. p 103
Foraminifera in near-shore sediment of the eastern Bay of
Islands. B W Hayward. p123
The spread of tea tree (Leptospermum spp) scrub on
Motukawanui Island, Cavalli group. D J Court. p135
Reptiles of the North Cape region. John McCallum. p153
Ostracod fauna of an intertidal pool at Kawerua, Northland.
B W Hayward. p159
Some species lists of native plants of the Auckland region.
R O Gardner. p169
Great Barrier Island wildlife survey. C C Ogle. p177
Effect of moisture on nitrogen fixation in the intertidal
lichen Lichina confinis. G C Hayward, B W Hayward. p201.
Field Club notes. p207
Vol 28, 1982. Little Barrier Island, Rakitu Island
Auckland University Field Club scientific trip to Little
Barrier Island, August 1981. J McCallum. p1
Fifth re-examination of the permanent vegetation quadrats
on Little Barrier Island. C J West, P J Bellingham. p7
Reptiles of Little Barrier Island. J McCallum, F R Harker.
Land snails of Little Barrier Island. AP Ballance. p29
The penetration of exotic passerines into modified forests
on Little Barrier Island. J McCallum. p37
Foraminifera and ostracoda in nearshore sediments, Little
Barrier Island. B W Hayward. p53
Prehistoric archaeological sites on Little Barrier Island.
B W Hayward. p67
Offshore Islands Research Group trip to Rakitu (Arid) Island,
n-e NZ, New Year 1980-81. B W Hayward. p79
The vegetation and flora of Rakitu (Arid) Island. E K Cameron,
A E Wright. p85
Lichens on Rakitu (Arid) Island. B W Hayward, G C Hayward.
Lizards on Rakitu (Arid) Island. J McCallum, R A Hitchmough.
A note on the occurrence of Rhytida greenwoodi Gray
(Mollusca:Paryphantidae) at Rakitu Island, n NZ. F J Brook, J McCallum,
E K Cameron. p137
Birds of Rakitu (Arid) Island. P J Bellingham, J R Hay, R
A Hitchmough, J McCallum. p141
Softbottom macrofauna and sediments off Rakitu Island. B
W Hayward, F J Brook, R V Grace, V H Bull. p149
The scleractinian coral fauna of Rakitu Island. F J Brook.
Archaeological sites on Rakitu Island. B W Hayward, P J Matthews,
P R Moore. p175
Lichen growth and grazers - five years of monitoring lichen
quadrats at Kawerua. B W Hayward, R V Grace. p 187
A re-assessment of permanent vegetation quadrats on Tawhiti
Rahi, Poor Knights Islands. R V Grace. p199
Early life history of captive-reared Gobiomorphus basilis
(Osteichthyes: Eleotridae). David J Riddell. p207
Vascular plants of an unclassified islet, Cape Brett Peninsula.
E K Cameron. p213
Field Club notes 1981. p221.
Vol 34, 1992-93: Motuopao Island, etc
An illustrated guide to the land mollusca of the Te Paki
ecological region, Northland, New Zealand. J F Goulstone, P C Mayhill,
G R Parris. p1
Vascular plants and vegetation of Motuopao Island, Northland,
New Zealand. Lisa J Forester. p33
Invertebarates of Motuopao Island. G R Parrish, G H Sherley.
Reptiles of Motuopao Island. G R Parrish, R J Pierce. p53
Birds of Motuopao Island. R J Pierce, G R Parrish. p59
Ecology of Waimamaku River estuary, north of Kawerua, North
Auckland. B W Hayward, C J Hollis. p69
Estuarine foraminifera, Helena Bay, Northland, NZ. B W Hayward.
Prehistoric archaeology of the Poor Knights Islands, n-NZ.
B W Hayward. p89
Sixth re-examination of permanent plot secondary kanuka forest
on Little Barrier Island. M C Smale. p107
The bivalve Anadara trapezia and other macrofossils
in tuffs of Motukorea Volcano, Auckland. VF Bryner, J A Grant-Mackie. p123
Palynology of a peat layer interbedded with rhyolitic tephra
layers at Bucklands Beach, Auckland: a preliminary investigation. R M Newnham,
J A Grant-Mackie. p133
Birds of Motuhora (Whale Island), Bay of Plenty, NZ. C A
Butts, M A Potter. p141
Forest regeneration on Uretara Island, Ohiwa Harbour, BoP.
M C Smale. p145
Mosses of Ship Cove, Marlborough sounds, NZ. J E Beever,
P J Brownsey. p155
A visit to the Pyramid and the Murumurus, Chatham Islands.
A J D Tennyson, R C Mayhill, G S Clark. p171
Valedictory. J A Grant-Mackie. p181.
Vol 35, 1995
Insects of the Aldermen Islands. J W Early. p1
Hawksbill turtle at the Aldermen Islands. A Tennyson, T Roxburgh,
G Taylor. p15
Flora of Karewa Island, Bay of Plenty. A J Tennyson.
Geological features of Little Barrier Island, Hauraki Gulf.
J Lindsay, P Moore. p25
Vascular plants, vegetation and wildlife of Matapia Island,
Far North, NZ. Lisa J Forester, Peter J Anderson. p39
Flora and fauna of Needle Rock, eastern Coromandel. G A Taylor.
A preliminary description of the fish fauna of Taranga (Hen)
Island, n-e NZ. Trevor J Willis. p57
Flora and fauna of Tatapihi (Groper) Island, Mokohinau Island.
P J de Lange, E K Cameron, G A Taylor. p69
Structural geology of the greywackes of Tiritiri Matangi
Island. K B Spoerli and L M McAlister. p95
Mosses of Waiheke Island, Hauraki Gulf, n-NZ. Jessica E Beever.
Asperococcus bullosus - a new record for northern
NZ of an adventive marine brown alga. Wendy A Nelson, G A Knight. p121
Fossil forests preserved in volcanic ash and lava at Ihumatao
and Takapuna, Auckland. Jessica J Hayward, B W Hayward. p127
Floating cockle shells (Austrovenus stutchburyi) -
their significance to paleoenvironmental assessments. B W Hayward, J D
Fossilised casts of shrimp burrows at Pollen Island, Waitemata
harbour, Auckland. Hugh R Grenfell, B W Hayward. p149
Observations on the breeding of the New Zealand fairy tern.
G R Parrish, G A Pulham. p175
Additions to the mollusca from Kawerua, north Auckland. B
W Hayward, M Morley, J Riley, N Smith, G Stace. p183
Benthic foraminifera and other microbiotic remains in Waimmaku
River estuary, west coast Northland. C Hollis, E Jenns, M Begbie, A Pullin.
Vol 36, 1997
Orchids of Great and South West Islands, Three Kings Islands
Group, northern NZ. P J de Lange. p1
Flora and fauna of Sentinel Rock, Mangawhai Heads, northern
NZ. E K Cameron, G A Taylor. p15
Fauna, flora and history of Moturekareka, Motutara Islands,
Hauraki Gulf. A J Tennyson, E K Cameron, G A Taylor. p27
Rhamnus alaternus - environmental weed on Motutapu
and Rangitoto Islands, Auckland. Mairie L Fromont. p57
Intertidal biota of Te Matuku Bay, Waiheke Island, Auckland.
B W Hayward, A B Stephenson et al. p67
Flora and vegetation of Stanley (Atiu)( Island, Mercury Islands.
G A Taylor, T G Lovegrove. p85
Near-shore foraminifera from Taiwawe Bay, Northland, NZ.
Caterine M Reid, B W Hayward. p113
Claudelands Bush - ecology of an urban kahikatea (dacrycarpus
dacrydoides) forest remnant in Hamilton, NZ. P T Whaley, B D Clarkson,
M C Smale. p131
Molluscs, crustacea and echinoderms from Kawhia, west coast,
North Island. Margaret S Morley, B W Hayward, A B Stephenson, Nancy Smith
and Jenny L Riley. p157
A review of the aquatice macrophyte family Hydrocharitaceae
(Angiospermae) in NZ. C D McCullough. p181
Introduced marine organisms in NZ and their impact in the
waitemata Harbour, Auckland. B W Hayward. p197
Greenhouse gas emissions from Lake
Ellesmere wetlands. Andrew McMillan, Malcolm Downes. p10
Ocean productivity and water colour.
Rob Davies-Colley, John Kirk. p20
What goes down must come up: recycling
in the deep ocean. Lionel Carter. p23
Vol 4/1 Mar 1996
Atmospheric research: UV and ozone,
and update. Richard McKenzie, Greg Bodeker
Marine research: A searchlight in
the sea: NIWA's fisheries acoustics programme. Sam McClatchie et al
Marine research; More on marine
toxic algae in NZ. New species, new toxin. F Hoe Chang.
Freshwater fisheries: Prospects
for enhancement of the Lake Ellesmere trout fishery. Gordon Glova.
Resource management: Aquatic vegetation
management for Christchurch. Ton Snelder, Anne-Maree Schwarz.
Vol 4/2 Jun 1996
Oceanography: R V Tangaroa's first
oceanographic voyage. Physics and geology of NZ's northeast coast.
Oceanography: Climate and global
change 1996 expedition (CGC96). Kim Currie
Marine Biology: Piecing together
the reproductive habits of NZ's endemic black corals. Karen Miller.
Marine Biology: Albatrosses, at
the interface between water and atmosphere. Declining populations?
Freshwater fisheries: NZ rainbow
trout: a case of mistaken identity? DNA tests cast doubt. Lucette Dijkstra,
Vol 4/3 Sep 1996
Marine geology: How the southern
Alps are making North Island wider. Philip Barnes, Keith Lewis. p6
Can marine plankton affect clouds?
DMS, SO2, CCN. Mike Harvey, et al. p9
How native fish spawn on land.
Inanga eggs develop on land. Mark Taylor. p23
Dealing with slippery customers
- what happens to large shortfinned eels? Mary Bonnett et al. p26
Vol 4/4 Dec 1996
Supping from the surface and grazing
the gravel: dietary habits of the short-jawed kokopu. Bob McDowall.
Vol 5/1 Mar 1997
Marine biodiversity: NZ sea anemone
survey reveals high diversity, perhaps the riches in the world. Oscar
Ocana Vicente. p6
Freshwater fisheries: PITs, CWTs and
JUNIPEX. Two new types of internal fish tags. Martin Unwin. p11
Tides around NZ: a pictorial essay.
Update on marine toxic algae: toxin
production of two strains of Alexandrium minutum isolated from the
Bay of Plenty. F
Hoe Chang. p17
Koura: a keystone species? They can
influence invertebrate communitites. Kevin J Collier et al. p18
Vol 5/2 Jun 1997
Mapping the NZ seafloor, a century
of progresss. A new chart published. Ian Wright, Richard Garlick. p7
The spread of the introduced Asian
alga, Undaria, in NZ waters.
Karen miller, Russell Cole, Chris Battershill. p8
New data from the atmosphere: a
programme of air sampling from container ships. CH4. David Lowe. p16
Monitoring NZ's air. Which air pollutants?
Michelle Wilkinson. p17
Ecosystem dynamics in estuaries:
a research programme. Terry Hume et al. p22
Nutrient loads and nuisance phytoplankton
blooms in estuaries. Bill Vant. p25
Vol 5/3 Sep 1997
Marine biodiversity: The challenging
goal of NIWA's marine taxonomy programme. Dennis Gordon.
Native freshwater fish: Reflections
on glass-eel migrations. Marty Bonnett, Don Jellyman, Ben Chisnall
Native freshwater fish: Native fish
survival during exposure to low levels of dissolved oxygen. Tracie
Dean, Jody Richardson
Vol 5/4 Dec 1997
Climat research: Climate prediction,
some recent research experience. Jim Renwick, Chris Francis
Freshwater fisheries: JUNIPEX update,
the halfway point. Salmon population genetics and life history. Martin
Marine fisheries: Nine years of
sampling snapper catches in the Auckland fishery management area. Nick
Davies et al.
Marine fisheries: Growth variability
in snapper from northern NZ. Cameron Walsh
Marine fisheries: Mercury in fish
from our EEZ. Mike Timperley, Di Tracey
Marine Biology: Identification of
harmful marine dinoflagellates using immunofluorescence. F Hoe Chang
Marine Biology: Southern Buller's
albatrosses and fisheries. Bird deaths and benefits from fishing vessels.
Vol 6/1 Mar 1998
Freshwater fisheries. Identifying
eels in the deep blue sea. Modelling the growth of eels. Lucette dijkstra.
Biological oceanography: Fertilising
the continental shelf. Biological oceanographic studies on the northeastern
NZ continental margin. John Zeldis et al.
Oceanography: Something dynamic
is happening on the Chatham Rise. High-tech instruments are helping
to clarify the physical and biological variability of the ocean over the
Chatham Rise. Sam McClatchie.
Marine geology: Submarine volcanism
and hydrothermal systems: exciting discoveries from NZ's offshore volcanoes.
Marine biodiversity: A constellation
of sea-stars. NZ's diverse asteroid fauna. Don McKnight, Helen Clark.
Hydrology: What do river basins
do with the rainfall? What is the relative importance of vegetation,
climate, soils, geology and topography? Ross Woods.
Vol 6/2 Jun 1998
Freshwater fisheries: Management trials to restore dwarf
inanga show mosquitofish a threat to native fish. David Rowe
Native freshwater fish: Eels and cover. Cover over
streams is important to eels. Don Jellyman, Gordon Glova
Water quality: Specifying the colour of natural waters.
How to define water colour? Rob Davies-Colley, John Nagels
Estuarine ecosystems: Estuarine microbial food webs.
Interactions among microbes maintain water quality. Karl Safi
Hydrology: Scale and hydrology. Runoff is closely
related to scale. Richard Ibbitt
Marine geology: Kaikoura Canyon: sediment conduit to the
deep. Keith Lewis
Physical oceanography: Air-sea interaction research on
FLIP. A floating platform helps to study waves. Murray Smith et al
Vol 6/3 Sep 1998
Oceanographic charts: A guide to ocean currents and water
masses around NZ. New charts. Lionel Carter et al.
Marine biodiversity: A significant new species of primitive
barnacle from Spirits Bay, Northland. John Buckeridge, Dennis Gordon
Physical oceanography: Ocean colour and currents from
satellites. Satellite maps used by fisheries. Richard Murphy et al.
Lake ecology: Where does all the carbon go? Vegetation
and carbon cycling. Mark James et al.
Native freshwater fish: Effects of suspended solids on
migratory native fish. Some do, some don't mind muddy water. Jody Richardson
Vol 6/4 Dec 1998
Marine biodiversity: Polychaete worms, a diverse yet poorly
known group. Chriss Glasby, Geoff Read
Coastal processes: Sedimentary micro-surgery at Napier.
Instruments measure erosion of beaches. Kerry Black et al.
Oceanography: Scaling the Chatham Rise. Plankton and
fish are distributed patchily. Sam McClatchie et al.
Oceanography: From the sea surface to the abyss: food
supplies to the deep ocean sea floor east of NZ. Scott Nodder et al.
Stream ecology: the secret lives of adult aquatic insects.
Kevin Colier, Brian Smith.
Stream ecology: How do fluctuating temperatures in streams
affect invertebrates? Tim Cox, Kit Rutherford.
Having trouble with giants and other bullies? How
to tell them apart. R M McDowall.
Vol 7/1, March 1999
Giant Koaro in Lake Pukaki
NZ's black coral species, unexpected diversity
Native aquatic plants: Kuta: a special sort of spike-rush.
Brian Sorrell, Chris Tanner
Native fish: The ones that got away: determining whitebait
movements and rates of escape. Richard Allibone, Jacques Boubee, David
Marine geology: You don't know what's there until you
drill: initial results from leg 181 - SW Pacific gateway. Lionel Carter,
Bob Carter,Nick McCave
Hydrodynamic modelling: Flow patterns in braided and steep
streams. Glenn Carter, Maurice Duncan, Barry Biggs.
Ecotoxicity: Toxicity testing with blue mussel larvae.
Erica Williams, Julie Hall.
Oceanographic modelling: Balancing the books, dinoflagellate
persistence in the oceanic environment. Niall Broekhuizen.
Antarctic ecosystems: Life beneath the ice: refuge from
an extreme environment. Anne-Maree Schwartz, Ian Hawes.
Air quality: Mobile air quality monitoring trailers.
Vol 7/2, June 1999
Greenhouse gases emitted from pastoral agriculture
Mahurangi River variability experiment.
Native freshwater fish: Just hanging around for some fresh
air, thanks! Survival adaptations of the mudfish. Bob McDowall.
Native freshwater fish: Downstream migration of mature
eels in hydro reservoirs. Ben Chisnall, Jacques Boubee, Eddie Bouwman.
Marine biodiversity: Treasures from the deep: 'living
fossil' sponge finds in northern NZ. Michelle Kelly, Lori J Bell, John
Aquatic weed control: Grass carp: an effective option
for aquatic weed control? Rohan Wells.
Aquatic weed control: Prentox: a method for removing grass
carp from lakes. David Rowe
Oceanography: Modelling swirls on the Subtropical Front.
Instruments/ oceanography: SCAMP: measuring turbulence
in estuaries, lakes and coastal waters. Craig Stevens, Murray Smith,
Stable isotope biochemistry. The Delta-plus stable isotope
mass spectrometer. Advancing NIWA's research in environmental processes.
Stable isotope geochemistry: Measuring past changes int
he ocean: Kiel III carbonate preparation device for stable isotope analysis.
Vol 7/3, Sep 1999
NIWA's National Climate Centre and The Climate Update.
Estuarine ecology: Are our estuaries wader-friendly? Linking
estuarine habitat characteristics and wader distributions. David Thompson
and Paul Sagar.
Freshwater biodiversity: Diatoms: biological gems.
Cathy Kilroy and Liz Bergey.
Marine geology: A voyage of discovery: a 2000km deep ocean
'river' that flows through a great abyssal current. Keith Lewis
SWAT's up Doc? The effects of storm water and transport
on urban streams and estuaries. Mike Timperley, Gerda Kuschel.
Vol 7/4. Dec 1999
Atmospheric research: Increased UV radiation in New Zealand,
a cautionary tale. Richard McKenzie, Greg Bodeker, Brian Connor.
Freshwater: Restoring water plants. Mary de Winton
Freshwater: Are rudd a threat to water plants? Rohan
Meteorology: Threshold rain-rate information for propagation
systems (TRIPS). John Sansom, Craig Thompson.
Marine biology: Life cycle of a palytoxin-producing dinoflagellate
from northern New Zealand. Hoe Chang.
Satellite sensing: Studying ocean variability from space.
Michael J Uddstrom.
Hydrology: Weirs for the cooks. Establishing new water
resources facilities in the Pacific Islands. Pete Mason.
Hydrology: Flood forecasting for the new millennium.
Roddy Henderson, Jeffrey Copeland, Richard Ibbitt, David Wratt.
Riverbed: A metric eye in the sky: photogrammetric tools
for riverbed surveys. Murray Hicks, Stuart Lane, Richard Westaway.
Vol 8/1. Mar 2000
Marine natural products: Discovering sponge species -
the new way. Belinda Alvarez, Karen Miller, Chris Battershill, Peter
Oceanographic modelling: What fuels algal production in
the Hauraki Gulf? Niall Broekhuizen.
Stream ecology: Nowhere to hide: effects of high sediment
loads on instream habitat for fish. Ian Jowett, Nelson Boustead.
Atmospheric research: Atmospheric CO2 and the active carbon
cycle. Dave Lowe.
Resource management: What's the score on stream health?
Stream monitoring for non-scientists. Cathy Kilroy, Barry Biggs, Claire
Oceanography: The ocean wave climate atround New Zealand:
from satellites and monitoring. Andrew Laing, Richard Gorman.
Oceanography: Where has the North Cape eddy been roaming?
Andrew Laing, Phil Sutton.
Oceanography: Deep holes and warm fresh water in the Bay
of Plenty. Philip Sutton.
Vol 8/2, June 2000
Native freshwater fish: Inanga comings and goings - what
happens to the whitebait that do get away? Jody Richardson, Ian Jowett,
Josh Smith, Ray Christiansen, Bev Christiansen.
Marine geology. Uncovering new secrets of the Alpine Fault:
the submarine bounty between two tectonic plates. Philip Barnes.
Oceanography. Seafloor topography from satelllite measurements.
Guillaume Ramillien, Ian Wright.
Oceanography. La Nina shuts down upwelling in northeastern
NZ. John Zeldis, Mark Gall, Michael Udstrom, Malcolm Greig.
Oceanography. Scanning the seabed for ripples. Terry
Hume, Mal Green, Karin Bryan.
Marine Biology. Seasonal studies of phytoplankton in the
Hauraki Gulf. F Hoe Chang.
Marine biology. Are microzooplankton the missing link
in marine food webs? Mark James, Julie Hall, Janet Grieve.
Marine fisheries. Intertidal flats in estuaries: are they
useful to fish? Mark Morrison, Malcolm Francis, Bruce Hartill, Derrick
Parkinson, Michelle Wilkinson.
Water quality modelling. Regional-scale modelling of water
quality. Graham McBride, Richard Alexander, Sandy Elliott, Ude Shankar.
Vol 8/4 Dec 2000
Oceanography: Ebb and flow: testing the tides. Basil
Stanton, Rob Bell, Derek Goring
Oceanography: Internal tides over the Chatham Rise.
Stephen M Chiswell.
Estuaries: What regulates sedimentation in estuaries?
Rob Bell, Mal Green, Terry Hume, Richard Gorman
Fisheries: Toothfish stock structure revealed with DNA
methods. Peter Smith, Pat Gaffney
Fisheries: Bottom fish communities on the Chatham Rise.
Brian Bull, Mary Livingston, Rosemary Hurst, Neil Bagley.
Fish: Studies on glass eels in New Zealand. Ben Chisnall,
Don Jellyman, Marty Bonnett, Julian Sykes.
Freshwater ecology: The ups and downs of life in a hydropower
river. Liz Bergey.