Pleistocene rhyolithic tephra of ODP Leg 181 sites, supplement to: Alloway, Brent V; Pillans, Brad J; Carter, Lionel; Naish, Tim R; Westgate, John A (2005): Onshore - offshore correlation of Pleistocene rhyolitic eruptions fromNew Zealand: implications for TVZ eruptive history and paleoenvironmental construction. Quaternary Science Reviews, 24(14-15), 1601-1622

Brent V Alloway, Brad J Pillans, Lionel Carter, Tim R Naish & John A Westgate
Taupo Volcanic Zone (TVZ), in the North Island, New Zealand, is arguably the most active Quaternary rhyolitic system in the world. Numerous and widespread rhyolitic tephra layers, sourced from the TVZ, form valuable chronostratigraphic markers in onshore and offshore sedimentary sequences. In deep-sea cores from Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) Leg 181 Sites 1125, 1124, 1123 and 1122, located east of New Zealand, ca 100 tephra beds are recognised post-dating the Plio-Pleistocene boundary at 1.81 Ma....
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