Bruce W Hayward
Bruce W Hayward
Geomarine Research, University of Auckland
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Recent New Zealand shallow-water benthic foraminifera: taxonomy, ecologic distribution, biogeography, and use in paleoenvironmental assessment
BW Hayward, HR Grenfell, CM Reid, KA Hayward
Inst. Geol. Nucl. Sci. Monogr 21, 264, 1999
Morphological distinction of molecular types in Ammonia–towards a taxonomic revision of the world’s most commonly misidentified foraminifera
BW Hayward, M Holzmann, HR Grenfell, J Pawlowski, CM Triggs
Marine Micropaleontology 50 (3-4), 237-271, 2004
Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary basins of Northland, New Zealand
MJ Isaac, RH Herzer, FJ Brook, BW Hayward
Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Monograph 8, 203, 1994
Brackish foraminifera in New Zealand; a taxonomic and ecologic review
BW Hayward, CJ Hollis
Micropaleontology 40 (3), 185-222, 1994
Factors influencing the distribution patterns of Recent deep-sea benthic foraminifera, east of New Zealand, Southwest Pacific Ocean
BW Hayward, H Neil, R Carter, HR Grenfell, JJ Hayward
Marine Micropaleontology 46 (1-2), 139-176, 2002
Tidal range of marsh foraminifera for determining former sea‐level heights in New Zealand
BW Hayward, HR Grenfell, DB Scott
New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics 42 (3), 395-413, 1999
A 20th century acceleration of sea‐level rise in New Zealand
WR Gehrels, BW Hayward, RM Newnham, KE Southall
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (2), 2008
Recent Elphidiidae (Foraminiferida) of the south-west Pacific and fossil Elphidiidae of New Zealand
BW Hayward, CJ Hollis, HR Grenfell
Inst. of Geological & Nuclear Sciences, 1997
Late Pliocene to middle Pleistocene extinctions of deep-sea benthic foraminifera (“Stilostomella extinction”) in the southwest Pacific
BW Hayward
Journal of Foraminiferal Research 32 (3), 274-307, 2002
Evidence for an earthquake and tsunami about 3100–3400 yr ago, and other catastrophic saltwater inundations recorded in a coastal lagoon, New Zealand
JR Goff, HL Rouse, SL Jones, BW Hayward, U Cochran, W McLea, ...
Marine Geology 170 (1-2), 231-249, 2000
Techniques for estimation of tidal elevation and confinement (∼ salinity) histories of sheltered harbours and estuaries using benthic foraminifera: examples from New Zealand
BW Hayward, GH Scott, HR Grenfell, R Carter, JH Lipps
The Holocene 14 (2), 218-232, 2004
Foraminiferal record of human impact on intertidal estuarine environments in New Zealand's largest city
BW Hayward, HR Grenfell, K Nicholson, R Parker, J Wilmhurst, ...
Marine Micropaleontology 53 (1-2), 37-66, 2004
Environmental controls on benthic foraminiferal and thecamoebian associations in a New Zealand tidal inlet
BW Hayward, H Grenfell, G Cairns, A Smith
The Journal of Foraminiferal Research 26 (2), 150-171, 1996
Taxonomy and paleoecology of Early Miocene enthic foraminifera of Northern New Zealand and the North Tasman Sea
BW Hayward, MA Buzas
Smithsonian contributions to paleobiology, 1979
Paleoecological insights into subduction zone earthquake occurrence, eastern North Island, New Zealand
U Cochran, K Berryman, J Zachariasen, D Mildenhall, B Hayward, ...
GSA Bulletin 118 (9-10), 1051-1074, 2006
Lower Miocene bathyal and submarine canyon ichnocoenoses from Northland, New Zealand
B W Hayward
Lethaia 9 (2), 149-162, 1976
Lagoon subsidence and tsunami on the West Coast of New Zealand
SL Nichol, JR Goff, RJN Devoy, C Chagué-Goff, B Hayward, I James
Sedimentary Geology 200 (3-4), 248-262, 2007
The tempestuous 10 million year life of a double arc and intra-arc basin—New Zealand’s Northland Basin in the early Miocene
BW Hayward
Sedimentary basins of the world 2, 113-142, 1993
K‐Ar ages of early Miocene arc‐type volcanoes in northern New Zealand
BW Hayward, PM Black, IEM Smith, PF Ballance, T Itaya, M Doi, M Takagi, ...
New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics 44 (2), 285-311, 2001
A guide to paleoenvironmental assessment using New Zealand Cenozoic foraminiferal faunas
BW Hayward
New Zealand Geological Survey Report Pal 109, 73, 1986
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