Tim Naish
TitleCited byYear
Mitigation of climate change
IC Change
Contribution of Working Group III to the Fifth Assessment Report of the …, 2014
Obliquity-paced Pliocene West Antarctic ice sheet oscillations
T Naish, R Powell, R Levy, G Wilson, R Scherer, F Talarico, L Krissek, ...
Nature 458 (7236), 322, 2009
Information from paleoclimate archives
V Masson-Delmotte, M Schulz, A Abe-Ouchi, J Beer, A Ganopolski, ...
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2013
Orbitally induced oscillations in the East Antarctic ice sheet at the Oligocene/Miocene boundary
TR Naish, KJ Woolfe, PJ Barrett, GS Wilson, C Atkins, SM Bohaty, ...
Nature 413 (6857), 719, 2001
The multi-millennial Antarctic commitment to future sea-level rise
NR Golledge, DE Kowalewski, TR Naish, RH Levy, CJ Fogwill, ...
Nature 526 (7573), 421, 2015
The New Zealand geological time scale
RA Cooper
Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Monograph 22, 2004
Sequence stratigraphy of sixth-order (41 ky) Pliocene–Pleistocene cyclothems, Wanganui basin, New Zealand: a case for the regressive systems tract
T Naish, PJJ Kamp
Geological Society of America Bulletin 109 (8), 978-999, 1997
High tide of the warm Pliocene: Implications of global sea level for Antarctic deglaciation
KG Miller, JD Wright, JV Browning, A Kulpecz, M Kominz, TR Naish, ...
Geology 40 (5), 407-410, 2012
A review of the Milankovitch climatic beat: template for Plio–Pleistocene sea-level changes and sequence stratigraphy
B Pillans, J Chappell, TR Naish
Sedimentary Geology 122 (1-4), 5-21, 1998
Antarctic and Southern Ocean influences on Late Pliocene global cooling
R McKay, T Naish, L Carter, C Riesselman, R Dunbar, C Sjunneskog, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (17), 6423-6428, 2012
Facies development and sequence architecture of a late Quaternary fluvial-marine transition, Canterbury Plains and shelf, New Zealand: implications for forced regressive deposits
GH Browne, TR Naish
Sedimentary Geology 158 (1-2), 57-86, 2003
The stratigraphic signature of the late Cenozoic Antarctic Ice Sheets in the Ross Embayment
R McKay, G Browne, L Carter, E Cowan, G Dunbar, L Krissek, T Naish, ...
Geological Society of America Bulletin 121 (11-12), 1537-1561, 2009
Constraints on the amplitude of Mid-Pliocene (3.6–2.4 Ma) eustatic sea-level fluctuations from the New Zealand shallow-marine sediment record
TR Naish, GS Wilson
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2008
Defining the quaternary
B Pillans, T Naish
Quaternary Science Reviews 23 (23-24), 2271-2282, 2004
A roadmap for Antarctic and Southern Ocean science for the next two decades and beyond
MC Kennicutt, SL Chown, JJ Cassano, D Liggett, LS Peck, R Massom, ...
Antarctic Science 27 (1), 3-18, 2015
Astronomical calibration of a southern hemisphere Plio-Pleistocene reference section, Wanganui Basin, New Zealand
TR Naish, ST Abbott, V Alloway, AG Beu, RM Carter, AR Edwards, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 17 (8), 695-710, 1998
Glacial–interglacial ocean climate variability from planktonic foraminifera during the Mid-Pleistocene transition in the temperate Southwest Pacific, ODP Site 1123
M Crundwell, G Scott, T Naish, L Carter
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 260 (1-2), 202-229, 2008
The relationship between shellbed type and sequence architecture: examples from Japan and New Zealand
Y Kondo, ST Abbott, A Kitamura, PJJ Kamp, TR Naish, T Kamataki, ...
Sedimentary Geology 122 (1-4), 109-127, 1998
Seismic facies and stratigraphy of the Cenozoic succession in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica: Implications for tectonic, climatic and glacial history
CR Fielding, J Whittaker, SA Henrys, TJ Wilson, TR Naish
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 260 (1-2), 8-29, 2008
Marine Mollusca of oxygen isotope stages of the last 2 million years in New Zealand. Part 1: Revised generic positions and recognition of warm‐water and cool‐water migrants
AG Beu, BV Alloway, BJ Pillans, TR Naish, JA Westgate
Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 34 (2), 111-265, 2004
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