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  • Reciting the layers: Evidence for past tsunamis at Mataora - Wairau Lagoon, Aotearoa - New Zealand
    King DN, Goff JR, Chagué-Goff C, McFadgen B, Jacobsen GE, Gadd P, Horrocks M. Marine Geology.
  • Archaeological and sedimentological data indicate Lapita settlement on a newly formed coastal plain: Tavua Island, Mamanuca Group, Fiji
    Morrison A, Cochrane E, Rieth T, Horrocks M. The Holocene.
  • Archaeobotanical assemblages from Tangatatau Rockshelter
    Kirch PV, Hather JG, Horrocks M. In: Kirch PV (ed) Tangatatau Rockshelter (Mangaia, Cook Islands): The Evolution of an Eastern Polynesian socio-ecosystem. Los Angeles, Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press.
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  • Pollen, phytolith and starch analyses of dryland soils from Easter Island show widespread vegetation clearance and Polynesian-introduced crops
    Horrocks M, Baisden WT, Flenley J, Feek D, Love CM, Haoa-Cardinali S, González Nualart L, Edmunds Gorman T. 2016. Palynology DOI: 10.1080/01916122.2016.1204566.
  • Evaluating agricultural bet-hedging strategies in the Kona Field System: New high-precision 230Th/U and 14C dates and plant microfossil data from Kealakekua, Hawai‘i Island
    McCoy MD, Mulrooney MA, Horrocks M, Cheng H, Ladefoged TN. 2016. Archaeology in Oceania DOI: 10.1002/arco.5121.
  • Lack of suitable coastal plains likely influenced Lapita (~2800 cal BP) settlement of Samoa: Evidence from south-eastern Upolu
    Cochrane EE, Kane H, Fletcher C, Horrocks M, Mills J, Barbee M, Morrison AE, Tautunu MM. 2016. The Holocene 26, 125-135.
  • A plant microfossil record of late Quaternary environments and human activity from Rano Aroi and surroundings, Easter Island
    Horrocks M, Baisden WT, Harper MA, Marra M, Flenley J, Feek D, Haoa-Cardinali S, Keller ED, González Nualart L, Edmunds Gorman T. 2015. Journal of Paleolimnology 54, 279-303.
  • Pollen, starch and biosilicate analysis of archaeological deposits on Guam and Saipan, Mariana Islands, Northwest Pacific: Evidence for Chamorro subsistence crops and marine resources
    Horrocks M, Peterson J, Carson M. 2015. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 10, 97-110.
  • Human ecodynamics in the Mangareva Islands: A stratified sequence from Nenega-Iti Rockshelter (Site AGA-3, Agakauitai Island)
    Kirch PV, Molle G, Nickelsen C, Mills P, Dotte-Sarout E, Swift J, Wolfe A, Horrocks M. 2015. Archaeology in Oceania 50, 23-42.
  • Microfossil and Fourier Transform InfraRed analyses of Lapita and post-Lapita human dental calculus from Vanuatu, Southwest Pacific
    Horrocks M, Nieuwoudt MK, Kinaston R, Buckley H, Bedford S. 2014. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 44, 17-33.
  • Agriculture, domestic production, and site function: Micro-fossil analyses and late prehistoric landscapes of the Society Islands
    Kahn JG, Horrocks M, Nieuwoudt MK. 2014. Economic Botany 68, 246-263.
  • Disturbance relicts in a rapidly changing world: The Rapa Nui (Easter Island) factor
    Wynne JJ, Bernard EC, Howarth FG, Sommer S, Soto-Adames FN, Taiti S, Mockford EL, Horrocks M, Pakarati L, Pakarati-Hotus V. 2014. BioScience 64, 711-718.
  • Pollen, phytoliths, arthropods and high-resolution 14C sampling from Rano Kau, Easter Island: Evidence for late Quaternary environments, ant (Formicidae) distributions and human activity
    Horrocks M, Marra M, Baisden WT, Flenley J, Feek D, González Nualart L, Haoa-Cardinali S, Edmunds Gorman T. 2013. Journal of Paleolimnology 50, 417-432.
    • Ancient gardening in the Kona Field System, Island of Hawaii, US
      Horrocks M, Rechtman RB. 2013. In: Malek A-A. (ed) Sourcebook for garden archaeology: Methods, techniques, interpretations and field examples. Bern, Peter Lang. Pp. 673-684.
    • Macroremains of plants
      Horrocks M. 2013. In: Malek A-A. (ed) Sourcebook for garden archaeology: Methods, techniques, interpretations and field examples. Bern, Peter Lang. Pp. 337-360.
    • Phytoliths
      Horrocks M. 2013. In: Malek A-A. (ed) Sourcebook for garden archaeology: Methods, techniques, interpretations and field examples. Bern, Peter Lang. Pp. 393-410.
    • L'evolution botanique de l'Ile de Paques
      Horrocks M. 2012. Interview in: Pelletier M with Haoa Cardinali S. Ile de Paques: Terra incognita. Paris, Editions de La Martiniere. Pp 66-71.
    • Fossil plant remains at Rano Raraku, Easter Island’s statue quarry: Evidence for past elevated lake level and ancient Polynesian agriculture
      Horrocks M, Baisden WT, Flenley J, Feek D, González Nualart L, Haoa-Cardinali S, Edmunds Gorman T. 2012. Journal of Paleolimnology 48, 767-783.
    • Microfossils of Polynesian cultigens in lake sediment cores from Rano Kau, Easter Island
      Horrocks M, Baisden WT, Nieuwoudt MK, Flenley J, Feek D, González Nualart L, Haoa-Cardinali S, Edmunds Gorman T. 2012. Journal of Paleolimnology 47, 185-204.
    • New pollen, sedimentary, and radiocarbon records from the Marquesas Islands, East Polynesia: Implications for archaeological and palaeoclimate studies
      Allen MS, Butler K, Flenley J, Horrocks M. 2011. The Holocene 21, 473-484.
    • The Mk II sampler: A device to collect sediment cores for analysis of uncontaminated DNA
      Feek DT, Horrocks M, Baisden WT, Flenley J. 2011. Journal of Paleolimnology 45, 115-119.
    • Palaeotsunamis in the Pacific
      Goff J, Chagué-Goff C, Dominey-Howes D, McAdoo B, Cronin S, Bonté-Grapetin M, Nichol S, Horrocks M, Cisternas M, Lamarche G, Pelletier B, Jaffe B, Dudley W. 2011. Earth Science Reviews 107, 141-146.
    • Stratigraphic and plant microfossil investigation at Cook’s Cove, North Island, New Zealand: reinterpretation of Holocene deposits and evidence of Polynesian introduced crops
      Horrocks M, Smith IWG, Walter R, Nichol SL. 2011. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 41, 237-258.
    • Predecessors to New Zealand’s largest historic trans-South Pacific tsunami of 1868AD
      Goff J, Nichol S, Chagué-Goff C, Horrocks M, McFadgen B, Cisternas M. 2010. Marine Geology 275, 155-165.
    • Multi-proxy records of regionally-sourced tsunamis, New Zealand
      Goff J, Pearce S, Nichol SL, Chagué-Goff C, Horrocks M, Strotz L. 2010. Geomorphology 118, 369-382.
    • Introduced Dioscorea spp. starch in Lapita and later deposits, Vao Island, Vanuatu
      Horrocks M, Bedford S. 2010. New Zealand Journal of Botany 48, 179-183.
    • Geomorphology and accommodation space as limiting factors on tsunami deposition: Chatham Island, southwest Pacific Ocean
      Nichol SL, Chagué-Goff C, Goff JR, Horrocks M, McFadgen BG, Strotz LC. 2010. Sedimentary Geology 229, 41-52.
    • Plant microfossil analysis of deposits from Te Niu, Rapa Nui, demonstrates forest disruption c. AD 1300 and subsequent dryland multi-cropping
      Wozniak J, Horrocks M, Cummings L. In: Wallin P, Martinsson-Wallin H (eds) The Gotland Papers: Selected Papers from the VII International Conference on Easter Island and the Pacific. Gotland University Press. Pp 111-124.
    • Archaeobotany in Australia and New Guinea: Practice, potential and prospects
      Denham T, Atchison J, Austin J, Bestel S, Bowdery D, Crowther A, Dolby N, Fairbairn A, Field J, Kennedy A, Lentfer C, Matheson C, Nugent S, Parr J, Prebble M, Robertson G, Specht J, Torrence R, Barton H, Fullagar R, Haberle S, Horrocks M, Lewis T, Matthews P. 2009. Australian Archaeology 68, 1-10.
    • A short note on banana (Musa) phytoliths in Lapita, immediately post-Lapita and modern period archaeological deposits from Vanuatu
      Horrocks M, Bedford S, Spriggs M. 2009. Journal of Archaeological Science 36, 2048-2054.
    • Localised human impacts on the Harataonga coastal landscape, Great Barrier Island, northern New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Nichol S, Cockrem J, Shane P. 2009. New Zealand Journal of Archaeology 30 (2008), 23-53.
    • Discontinuous late Pleistocene-Holocene pollen records from Auckland Domain, northern New Zealand
      Horrocks M, O'Loan A, Wallace R. 2009. New Zealand Journal of Botany 47, 239-247.
    • Sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas) and banana (Musa sp.) microfossils in deposits from the Kona Field System, Island of Hawaii
      Horrocks M, Rechtman RB. 2009. Journal of Archaeological Science 36, 1115-1126.
    • Preservation of a Late Glacial terrestrial and Holocene estuarine record on the margins of Kaipara Harbour, Northland, New Zealand
      Nichol S, Deng Y, Horrocks M, Zhou W, Hume T. 2009. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 39, 1-14.
    • Plant microfossils in prehistoric archaeological deposits from Yuku rock shelter, Western Highlands, Papua New Guinea
      Horrocks M, Bulmer S, Gardner RO. 2008. Journal of Archaeological Science 35, 290-301.
    • Introduced taro (Colocasia esculenta) and yams (Dioscorea spp.) in Podtanean (2700-1800 yr BP) deposits from Mé Auré Cave (WMD007), Moindou, New Caledonia
      Horrocks M, Grant-Mackie J, Matisoo-Smith E. 2008. Journal of Archaeological Science 35, 169-180.
    • Plant microfossil analysis of coprolites of the critically endangered kakapo (Strigops habroptilus) parrot from New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Salter J, Braggins J, Nichol S, Moorhouse R, Elliott G. 2008. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 149, 229-245.
    • Field survey, sedimentology and plant microfossil analysis of sediment cores from possible cultivation sites at Tolaga Bay, eastern North Island, New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Smith IWG, Nichol SL, Shane PA, Jackman G. 2008. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 38, 131-147.
    • Sediment, soil and plant microfossil analysis of Maori gardens at Anaura Bay, eastern North Island, New Zealand: comparison with descriptions made in 1769 by Captain Cook’s expedition
      Horrocks M, Smith IWG, Nichol SL, Wallace R. 2008. Journal of Archaeological Science 35, 2446-2464.
    • Plant microfossil analysis reveals disturbed forest and a mixed-crop, dryland production system at Te Niu, Easter Island
      Horrocks M, Wozniak JA. 2008. Journal of Archaeological Science 35, 126-142.
    • Palynology: its position in the field of forensic science
      Walsh KW, Horrocks M. 2008. Journal of Forensic Sciences 53, 1053-1060.
    • Foraminiferal record of ecological impact of deforestation and oyster farms, Mahurangi Harbour, New Zealand
      Grenfell HR, Hayward BW, Horrocks M. 2007. Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 58, 1-17.
    • A short note on starch and xylem of Ipomoea batatas (sweet potato) in archaeological deposits from northern New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Campbell M, Gumbley W. 2007. Journal of Archaeological Science 34, 1441-1448.
    • Late Quaternary environments, vegetation and agriculture in northern New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Nichol SL, Augustinus PC, Barber IG. 2007. Journal of Quaternary Science 22, 267-279.
    • A Late Quaternary record of natural change and human impact from Rangihoua Bay, Bay of Islands, northern New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Nichol SL, D’Costa DM, Augustinus P, Jacobi T, Shane PA, Middleton A. 2007. Journal of Coastal Research 23, 592-604.
    • A discontinuous Late Cenozoic vegetation record from a maar in Auckland, New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Nichol SL, Mildenhall DC, Lawlor I. 2007. New Zealand Geographer 63, 5-17.
    • Evidence for introduced taro (Colocasia esculenta) and lesser yam (Dioscorea esculenta) in Lapita-era (c. 3050-2500 cal. yr BP) deposits from Bourewa, southwest Viti Levu Island, Fiji
      Horrocks M, Nunn PD. 2007. Journal of Archaeological Science 34, 739-748.
    • A Holocene record of gradual, catastrophic and human-influenced sedimentation from a backbarrier wetland, northern New Zealand
      Nichol SL, Lian OB, Horrocks M, Goff JR. 2007. Journal of Coastal Research 23, 605-617.
    • Biological and geochemical record of anthropogenic impacts in recent sediments from Lake Pupuke, Auckland City, New Zealand
      Augustinus P, Reid, M, Andersson S, Deng Y, Horrocks M. 2006. Journal of Paleolimnology 35, 789-805.
    • Modern pollen-vegetation relationships along transects on the Whangapoua Estuary, Great Barrier Island, northern New Zealand
      Deng Y, Horrocks M, Ogden J, Anderson S. 2006. Journal of Biogeography 33, 592-608.
    • Application of palynology to describe vegetation succession in estuarine wetlands on Great Barrier Island, northern New Zealand
      Deng Y, Ogden J, Horrocks M, Anderson S. 2006. Journal of Vegetation Science 17, 765-782.
    • Effect and timing of increased freshwater runoff into sheltered harbor environments around Auckland City, New Zealand
      Hayward BW, Grenfell HR, Sabaa AT, Morley MS, Horrocks M. 2006. Estuaries and Coasts 29, 165-182.
    • Starch residues in a sediment core and earth oven
      Horrocks M. 2006. In: Torrence R, Barton H. (eds) Ancient starch research. Walnut Creek, California, Left Coast Press. P 176.
    • Starch residues in coprolites
      Horrocks M. 2006. In: Torrence R, Barton H. (eds) Ancient starch research. Walnut Creek, California, Left Coast Press. P 78.
    • Plant microfossil analysis of soils from Polynesian stonefields in South Auckland, New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Lawlor I. 2006. Journal of Archaeological Science 33, 200-217.
    • Analysis of plant microfossils in archaeological deposits from two remote archipelagos: the Marshall Islands, eastern Micronesia, and the Pitcairn Group, southeast Polynesia
      Horrocks M, Weisler MI. 2006. Pacific Science 60, 261-280.
    • A short note on starch and xylem of Colocasia esculenta (taro) in archaeological deposits from Pitcairn Island, southeast Polynesia
      Horrocks M, Weisler MI. 2006. Journal of Archaeological Science 33, 1189-1193.
    • Sequential impacts of Polynesian and European settlement on vegetation and environmental processes recorded in sediments at Whangapoua Estuary, Great Barrier Island, New Zealand
      Ogden J, Deng Y, Horrocks M, Nichol S, Anderson S. 2006. Regional Environmental Change 6, 25-40.
    • The Hamurana Road site, U15/9, Rotorua
      Campbell M, Horrocks M. 2005. New Zealand Journal of Archaeology 27, 95-125.
    • A combined procedure for recovering phytoliths and starch residues from soils, sedimentary deposits and similar materials
      Horrocks M. 2005. Journal of Archaeological Science 32, 1169-1175.
    • Holocene vegetation, environment and tephra recorded from Lake Pupuke, Auckland
      Horrocks M, Augustinus P, Deng Y, Shane PA, Andersson S. 2005. New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics 48, 85-94.
    • Microfossils of introduced starch cultigens from an early wetland ditch in New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Barber I. 2005. Archaeology in Oceania 40, 106-114.
    • Microfossil analysis of Lapita deposits in Vanuatu reveals introduced Araceae (aroids)
      Horrocks M, Bedford S. 2005. Archaeology in Oceania 40, 67-74.
    • Palaeo-environment and human impact in modifying vegetation at Mt St John, Auckland Isthmus, New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Nichol SL, D’Costa DM, Shane PA, Prior C. 2005. New Zealand Journal of Botany 43, 211-221.
    • Foraminiferal record of sewage outfall impacts on the inner Manukau Harbour, Auckland, New Zealand
      Matthews A, Grenfell HR, Hayward BW, Horrocks M. 2005. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 39, 193-215.
    • Long-term dynamics of the long-lived conifer Libocedrus bidwillii after a volcanic eruption 2000 years ago
      Ogden J, Fordham RA, Horrocks M, Pilkington S, Serra RG. 2005. Journal of Vegetation Science 16, 321-330.
    • The vegetation sequence at Whangapuoa Estuary, Great Barrier Island, New Zealand
      Deng Y, Ogden J, Horrocks M, Anderson S. 2004. New Zealand Journal of Botany 42, 565-588.
    • Foraminiferal record of human impact on intertidal estuarine environments in New Zealand's largest city
      Hayward BW, Grenfell HR, Nicholson K, Parker R, Wilmhurst J, Horrocks M, Swales A, Sabaa AT. 2004. Marine Micropalaeontology 53, 37-66.
    • Polynesian plant subsistence in prehistoric New Zealand: a summary of the microfossil evidence
      Horrocks M. 2004. New Zealand Journal of Botany 42, 321-334.
    • Sub-sampling and preparing forensic samples for pollen analysis
      Horrocks M. 2004. Journal of Forensic Sciences 49, 1024-1027.
    • Analysis of plant microfossils in early European latrine fills from Russell, northern New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Best SB. International Journal of Historical Archaeology.
    • Plant remains in coprolites: diet of a sub-alpine moa (Dinornithiformes) from southern New Zealand
      Horrocks M, D’Costa D, Wallace R, Gardner R, Kondo R. 2004. Emu 104, 149-156.
    • Starch grains and xylem cells of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas) and bracken (Pteridium esculentum) in archaeological deposits from northern North Island, New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Irwin GJ, Jones MD, Sutton DG. 2004. Journal of Archaeological Science 31, 251-258.
    • Microbotanical remains reveal Polynesian agriculture and mixed cropping in early New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Shane PA, Barber IG, D’Costa DM, Nichol SL. 2004. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 131, 147-157.
    • Evidence for diet, parasites, pollen, phytoliths, diatoms and starch grains in prehistoric coprolites from Kohika
      Irwin GJ, Horrocks M, Williams LJ, Hall HJ, McGlone MS, Nichol SL. 2004. In: Irwin GJ. (ed) Kohika: the archaeology of a late Maori lake village in the Ngati Awa rohe, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. Auckland, University of Auckland Press. Pp 217-238.
    • Analysis of sediments and plant remains from the find-spot of a cache of Polynesian gardening tools at Ruakaka, northern New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Best SB, Byrami M. 2003. New Zealand Journal of Archaeology 23 (2001), 189-210.
    • Stratigraphic palynology in porous soils in humid climates: an example from Pouerua, northern New Zealand
      Horrocks M, D’Costa D. 2003. Palynology 27, 23-33.
    • Pollen, phytoliths and diatoms in prehistoric coprolites from Kohika, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Irwin GJ, McGlone MS, Nichol SL, Williams L. 2003. Journal of Archaeological Science 30, 13-20.
    • An assessment of linear discriminant function analysis as a method of interpreting fossil pollen assemblages
      Horrocks M, Ogden J. 2003. New Zealand Journal of Botany 41, 293-299.
    • A palynological study of Polynesian and European impacts on vegetation in Coromandel, New Zealand, showing the variability between four records from a single swamp
      Byrami M, Ogden J, Horrocks M, Deng Y, Shane P, Palmer J. 2002. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 32, 507-531.
    • A palaeo-environmental record of natural and human change from the Auckland Isthmus, New Zealand, during the Late Holocene
      Horrocks M, Deng Y, Nichol SL, Shane PA, Ogden J. 2002. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 32, 337-353.
    • Analysis of plant microfossils in prehistoric coprolites from Harataonga Bay, Great Barrier Island, New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Jones MD, Beever RE, Sutton DG. 2002. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 32, 617-628.
    • Wetland microfossils in soil: implications for the study of land use on archaeological landscapes
      Horrocks M, Jones MD, Nichol SL, Sutton DG. 2002. Environmental Archaeology 7, 101-106.
    • Spatial variation in pollen and charcoal records in relation to the 665 yr B.P. Kaharoa tephra at Harataonga Bay, Great Barrier Island, northern New Zealand: preliminary results
      Horrocks M, Nichol SL, Jones MD, Shane PA, Sutton DG 2002. In: Jones M, Sheppard P. (eds) Australasian connections and new directions. Proceedings of the 7th Australasian Archaeometry Conference. Auckland, Research in Anthropology and Linguistics, Department of Anthropology, University of Auckland. Pp. 155-170.
    • A 6000 year palaeoenvironmental record from Harataonga, Great Barrier Island, New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Nichol SL, Shane PA. 2002. New Zealand Journal of Botany 40, 123-135.
    • Environmental change during the Last Glacial Maximum (c. 25,000-c. 16,500 years B.P.) at Mt Richmond, Auckland Isthmus, New Zealand
      Sandiford A, Horrocks M, Newnham R, Ogden J, Alloway B. 2002. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 32, 155-167.
    • High spatial resolution of pollen and charcoal in relation to the c. 600 yr B.P. Kaharoa Tephra: implications for Polynesian settlement of Great Barrier Island, northern New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Deng Y, Ogden J, Alloway BV, Nichol SL, Sutton DG. 2001. Journal of Archaeological Science 28, 153-168.
    • Gourds, truffles and coprolites
      Horrocks M, Jones, MD, Beever RE, Sutton DG. 2001. New Zealand Geographic 51, 8-9.
    • A Holocene pollen and sediment record of Whangape Harbour, Far Northern New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Nichol SL, Gregory MR, Creese R, Augustinus PC. 2001. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 31, 411-424.
    • Distortion of teatree stems by twine as a means to determine the number of years that the stems have been used to support cannabis plants
      Horrocks M, Wallace R. 2001. Journal of Forensic Sciences 46, 86-88.
    • Forensic Palynology: assessing the weight of the evidence
      Horrocks M, Walsh KAJ. 2001. In: Goodman DK, Clarke RT. (eds) Proceedings of the IX International Palynological Congress, American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Foundation. Pp. 613-615.
    • Pollen on grass clippings and in soil from clothing and shoes: putting the suspect at the crime scene
      Horrocks M, Walsh KAJ. 2001. Journal of Forensic Sciences 46, 179-181.
    • A bibliographic data base for New Zealand archaeology
      Jones M, Horrocks M, Robins J, Sutton D. 2001. Archaeology in New Zealand 44, 274-279.
    • A reconstruction of the history of a Holocene sand dune on Great Barrier Island, northern New Zealand, using pollen and phytolith analyses
      Horrocks M, Deng Y, Ogden J, Sutton DG. 2000. Journal of Biogeography 27, 1269-1277.
    • Pollen and phytoliths in stone mounds at Pouerua, Northland, New Zealand: implications for the study of Polynesian farming
      Horrocks M, Jones MD, Carter JA, Sutton DG. 2000. Antiquity 74, 863-872.
    • Evidence for tree-line fluctuation from Late Glacial-Holocene pollen diagrams from the subalpine zone of Mt Hauhungatahi, Tongariro National Park, New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Ogden J. 2000. The Holocene 10, 61-73.
    • A Late Quaternary palynological and sedimentological record from two coastal swamps at southern Kaitoke, Great Barrier Island
      Horrocks M, Ogden J, Nichol SL, Alloway BV, Sutton DG. 2000. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 30, 49-68.
    • Palynology, sedimentology and environmental significance of Holocene swamps at northern Kaitoke, Great Barrier Island, New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Ogden J, Nichol SL, Alloway BV, Sutton DG. 2000. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 30, 27-47.
    • Geomorphic and sedimentary evidence of human impact on the New Zealand coastal landscape
      Nichol SL, Augustinus PC, Gregory MR, Creese R, Horrocks M. 2000. Physical Geography, Special Issue, Human Impacts and Geomorphology 21, 109-132.
    • Forensic palynology: variation in the pollen content of soil on shoes and in shoeprints in soil
      Horrocks M, Coulson SA, Walsh KAJ. 1999. Journal of Forensic Sciences 44,119-122.
    • The palynology and sedimentology of a coastal swamp at Awana, Great Barrier Island, New Zealand, from ca 7000 yr B.P. to present
      Horrocks M, Ogden J, Nichol SL, Alloway BV, Sutton DG. 1999. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 29, 213-233.
    • Fine resolution of pollen patterns in limited space: differentiating a crime scene and alibi scene seven metres apart
      Horrocks M, Walsh KAJ. 1999. Journal of Forensic Sciences 44, 417-420.
    • Environmental degradation of an estuary and management options: Whangape Harbour, West Coast, Northern New Zealand
      Gregory MR, Nichol SL, Augustinus P, Creese RG, Mom B, Horrocks M. 1999. Proceedings of the 14th Australasian Coastal and Ocean Engineering Conference. Pp 238-243.
    • Forensic palynology: variation in the pollen content of soil surface samples
      Horrocks M, Coulson SA, Walsh KAJ. 1998. Journal of Forensic Sciences 43, 320-323.
    • Fine resolution palynology of Erua Swamp, central North Island, New Zealand, since the Taupo Tephra eruption of c. 1718 BP
      Horrocks M, Ogden J. 1998. New Zealand Journal of Botany 36, 285-293.
    • Fine resolution palynology of Gibson’s Swamp, central North Island, New Zealand, since c. 13,000 BP
      Horrocks M, Ogden J. 1998. New Zealand Journal of Botany 36, 273-283.
    • Forensic palynology: assessing the value of the evidence
      Horrocks M, Walsh KAJ. 1998. In: Boyd WE, Hall VA. (eds) Review of Palaeobotany & Palynology, Special Issue, New Frontiers and Applications in Palynology - 1X IPC. 103, 69-74.
    • The effects of the Taupo Tephra eruption of c. 1718 BP on the vegetation of Mt Hauhungatahi, central North Island, New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Ogden J. 1998. Journal of Biogeography 25, 649-660.
    • The filtering effects of various household fabrics on the pollen content of hash oil (cannabis extract)
      Horrocks M, Bedford KR, Morgan-Smith RK. 1997. Journal of Forensic Sciences 42, 256-259.
    • Structure and composition of the subalpine forest on Mt Hauhungatahi, North Island, New Zealand
      Ogden J, Horrocks M, Palmer JG, Fordham RA. 1997. The Holocene 7, 13-23.
    • Modern pollen spectra and vegetation of Mt Hauhungatahi, central North Island, New Zealand
      Horrocks M, Ogden J. 1994. Journal of Biogeography 21, 637-649.
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