2023 - Research.com Earth Science in New Zealand Leader Award
2019 - Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand
His main research concerns Holocene, Oceanography, Tephra, Physical geography and Climate change. Rewi M. Newnham combines subjects such as Glacial period, Quaternary and Ice core with his study of Holocene. Rewi M. Newnham has included themes like Younger Dryas, Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point, Stratotype and Series in his Ice core study.
His research investigates the link between Tephra and topics such as Radiocarbon dating that cross with problems in Peat and Dendrochronology. His research integrates issues of Palynology and Paleoclimatology in his study of Physical geography. His Climate change research includes themes of Water supply, Climatology and Tourism.
Rewi M. Newnham mainly focuses on Physical geography, Holocene, Paleontology, Tephra and Climate change. His research on Physical geography often connects related topics like Palynology. His study in Holocene is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Period, Ice core and Agathis australis.
The Tephrochronology research Rewi M. Newnham does as part of his general Tephra study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Rhyolite, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His work carried out in the field of Climate change brings together such families of science as Glacial period, Climatology and Environmental resource management. His research in Glacial period focuses on subjects like Vegetation, which are connected to Pollen.
His primary scientific interests are in Holocene, Physical geography, Pollen, Paleontology and Climate change. His Holocene research includes elements of Peat, Bog and Climate pattern. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Radiocarbon dating, Disturbance, Test, Palynology and Southern Hemisphere.
His studies deal with areas such as Climatology and Vegetation as well as Pollen. His Climate change study is associated with Oceanography. The concepts of his Quaternary study are interwoven with issues in Glacial period, Chronology and Pleistocene.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Pollen, Series, Phenology, Physical geography and Ice core. His research in Pollen intersects with topics in Climatology, Climate change and Vegetation. He interconnects Environmental monitoring and Environmental resource management in the investigation of issues within Climate change.
His Physical geography research integrates issues from Tephrochronology, Holocene climate change, Radiocarbon dating and Environmental impact assessment. His Ice core research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point, Paleontology, Period, Holocene and Stratotype. Rewi M. Newnham has researched Quaternary in several fields, including Glacial period, Radiometric dating and Chronology.
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Formal definition and dating of the GSSP (Global Stratotype Section and Point) for the base of the Holocene using the Greenland NGRIP ice core, and selected auxiliary records
Mike Walker;Sigfus Johnsen;Sune Olander Rasmussen;Trevor Popp;Trevor Popp.
Journal of Quaternary Science (2009)
Changes in Fire Regimes Since the Last Glacial Maximum: An Assessment Based on a Global Synthesis and Analysis of Charcoal Data
Mitch J. Power;J. Marlon;N. Ortiz;P. J. Bartlein.
Climate Dynamics (2008)
Formal subdivision of the Holocene Series/Epoch: a Discussion Paper by a Working Group of INTIMATE (Integration of ice‐core, marine and terrestrial records) and the Subcommission on Quaternary Stratigraphy (International Commission on Stratigraphy)
Mike Walker;M. Berkelhammer;Svante Bjorck;Les C. Cwynar.
Journal of Quaternary Science (2012)
Towards a climate event stratigraphy for New Zealand over the past 30 000 years (NZ‐INTIMATE project)
Brent V. Alloway;David J. Lowe;David J.A. Barrell;Rewi M. Newnham.
Journal of Quaternary Science (2007)
Fingerprints and age models for widespread New Zealand tephra marker beds erupted since 30,000 years ago: a framework for NZ-INTIMATE
David J. Lowe;Phil A.R. Shane;Brent V. Alloway;Rewi M. Newnham.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2008)
Onset of recent rapid sea-level rise in the western Atlantic Ocean
W. Roland Gehrels;Jason R. Kirby;Andreas Prokoph;Rewi M. Newnham.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2005)
Formal ratification of the subdivision of the Holocene Series/Epoch (Quaternary System/Period) : two new Global Boundary Stratotype Sections and Points (GSSPs) and three new stages/subseries.
Mike Walker;Mike Walker;Martin J. Head;Max Berkelhammer;Svante Björck.
Tourism Development in Mallorca: Is Water Supply a Constraint?
Stephen Essex;Martin Kent;Rewi Newnham.
Journal of Sustainable Tourism (2004)
Quaternary environmental change in New Zealand: a review:
Rewi M. Newnham;David J. Lowe;Paul W. Williams.
Progress in Physical Geography (1999)
A wiggle-match date for Polynesian settlement of New Zealand
Alan G. Hogg;Thomas F.G. Higham;David J. Lowe;Jonathan G. Palmer.
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