Zirkon fission track ages of for middle Pleistocene Rangitawa Tephra, New Zealand, supplement to: Kohn, B P; Pillans, Brad J; McGlone, Matt S (1992): Zircon fission track age for middle Pleistocene Rangitawa Tephra, New Zealand: stratigraphic and paleoclimatic significance. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 95(1-2), 73-94

B P Kohn, Brad J Pillans & Matt S McGlone
Rangitawa Tephra is an important stratigraphic marker in mid-Pleistocene marine and terrestrial sequences in New Zealand and adjacent ocean basins. Zircon fission track ages (ZFTA) on Rangitawa Tephra from five sites in the southern North Island yield mean site ages in the range 0.34 to 0.40 Ma with a weighted mean of 0.35 + 0.04 Ma (1 sigma). On the basis of glass shard major-element chemistry, ferromagnesian mineralogy, ZFTA and similarity of paleomagnetic dates of...
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