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New evidence is presented on the Triassic—Jurassic boundary in eastern Australia, based on miospore assemblages from three continuously cored drillholes which penetrated the Raceview Formation to Ripley Road succession in the eastern Clarence-Moreton Basin of southeastern Queensland. Evidence for the age of this continental succession is provided by correlation based on the first appearances.
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The essays have been selected from papers presented to a conference on the history of the book in New Zealand held in Auckland in 1995 that was convened by Alan Loney. Most of them have been rewritten to a greater or less degree to suit the printed page rather than the lectern, where in some the narrative had been slotted around a collection of slides. One criterion of selection, and of the.
Both areas of scholarship have primarily been concerned with the development of European art. along with the requisite descriptions and pictures of the exhibited objects, featured three essays, all from leading British academics. They expounded upon various topics deemed to constitute Chinese “art”: Marion Thring, Lecturer, Victoria and Albert Museum, on “Line Form and Colour in.
The New Zealand Official Yearbook is published with two main purposes in mind. Firstly, it is a compendium of facts and figures on New Zealand. Secondly, it is an annual describing major changes in New Zealand's administrative framework for the year preceding publication. The Yearbook contains the most currently available statistics for the 1997 year on particular topics. It also tells its.
This involved a journey to Murihiku, or Te-Wai-Pounamu (the South Island). It will be remembered that the greenstone adze, Te Awhio-Rangi mentioned earlier, was obtained in New Zealand and taken back to Hawaiki by the old mariners Ngahue, as related in the history of Tuwhare-toa. Cruising down the coast the travellers went ashore at various.