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Kevin Butler

Administrator

School of People, Environment and Planning

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

Position Current Completed
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Research Outputs

Journal

Allen, MS., Butler, K., Flenley, J., & Horrocks, M. (2011). New pollen, sedimentary, and radiocarbon records from the marquesas islands, east polynesia: Implications for archaeological and palaeoclimate studies. Holocene. 21(3), 473-484
[Journal article]Authored by: Butler, K.
Butler, K., & Flenley, J. (2011). The Rano Kau 2 pollen diagram: Palaeoecology revealed. Rapa Nui Journal. 24(1), 5-10
[Journal article]Authored by: Butler, K.
Butler, K. (2008). Interpreting charcoal in New Zealand's palaeoenvironment-What do those charcoal fragments really tell us?. Quaternary International. 184(1), 122-128
[Journal article]Authored by: Butler, K.
Sutton, DG., Flenley, JR., Li, X., Todd, A., Butler, K., Summers, R., . . . Chester, PI. (2008). The timing of the human discovery and colonization of New Zealand. Quaternary International. 184(1), 109-121
[Journal article]Authored by: Butler, K., Summers, S.
Flenley, JR., Butler, KR., & Bahn, P. (2007). Respect versus contempt for evidence: Reply to hunt and lipo. Rapa Nui Journal. 21(2), 98-104
[Journal article]Authored by: Butler, K.
Butler, K., Prior, CA., & Flenley, JR. (2004). Anomalous radiocarbon dates from Easter Island. Radiocarbon. 46(1), 395-405
[Journal article]Authored by: Butler, K.
Flenley, JR., & Butler, K. (2001). Evidence for continued disturbance of upland rain forest in Sumatra for the last 7000 years of an 11,000 year record. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 171(3-4), 289-305
[Journal article]Authored by: Butler, K.

Conference

Todd, A., Butler, KR., Todd, EG., Kemp, EA., & Flenley, JR. (2006, December). Developing an on-line atlas of New Zealand fossil pollen types, with an integrated pollen identification guide to assist novice palynologists. Presented at Geosciences '06 - Our Planet, Our Future: Geological Society of New Zealand and New Zealand Geophysical Society Joint Conference. Massey University, Palmerston North, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Butler, K.
Todd, A., Butler, KR., Todd, EG., Kemp, EA., & Flenley, JR. (2006). Developing an on-line atlas of New Zealand fossil pollen types, with an integrated pollen identification guide to assist novice palynologists. In Geosciences '06 - Our Planet, Our Future: Geological Society of New Zealand and New Zealand Geophysical Society Joint Conference(pp. 86). : Geological Society of New Zealand
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Butler, K.
Butler, K., & Flenley, J. (2001). Further pollen evidence from Easter island. In CM. Stevenson, G. Lee, & FJ. Morin (Eds.) PACIFIC 2000: PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIFTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EASTER ISLAND AND THE PACIFIC. (pp. 79 - 86). : 5th International Conference on Easter Island and the Pacific
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Butler, K.
Flenley, JR., & Butler, KR. (2000). Possible evidence for human disturbance before 7,000 BP in Sumatra. 20th New Zealand Geography Conference. (pp. 35 - 36). Palmerston North, NZ
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Butler, K.
Butler, KR., & Flenley, JR. (2000). Further investigation of vegetation and human impact on Easter Island. 20th NZ Geographical Society Conference. (pp. 24 - 27). Palmerston North, NZ
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Butler, K.

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