• New Zealand
    • Matt S Mcglone
    • Matt S McGlone: Influence Statistics

      Matt S McGlone

      Matt S McGlone

      Show email address

      Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research, Lincoln, New Zealand | Landcare Research, PO Box 69040, Lincoln, New Zealand. | Long-term Ecology Laboratory, Manaaki Whenua - Landcare ...

      Is this your profile? manage_accounts Claim your profile content_copy Copy URL code Embed Link to your profile

      Matt S McGlone:Expert Impact

      Concepts for whichMatt S McGlonehas direct influence:New zealand,Campbell island,South island,Glacial maximum,Rangitawa tephra,North island,Bark thickness,Auckland islands.

      Matt S McGlone:KOL impact

      Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Matt S McGlone has influence:New zealand,Glacial maximum,Species richness,Southern hemisphere,South america,Genetic diversity,North island.

      KOL Resume for Matt S McGlone


      Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research, Lincoln, New Zealand


      Long-term Ecology Laboratory, Manaaki Whenua - Landcare Research, Lincoln, New Zealand


      Long Term Ecology Laboratory, Landcare Research, Lincoln, New Zealand


      Long Term Ecology Laboratory, Landcare Research, PO Box 69040, 7640, Lincoln, New Zealand


      Landcare Research, Lincoln, New further author information


      Matt S. McGlone

      Landcare Research, P.O. Box 69040, 7640, Lincoln, New Zealand


      Landcare Research, PO Box 69040, Lincoln 7640, New Zealand


      Landcare Research, PO Box 40, Lincoln, 7640, New Zealand


      Landcare Research Department of Biodiversity and Conservation Lincoln New Zealand


      Landcare Research Canterbury New Zealand


      a Landcare Research , Lincoln, New Zealand


      Landcare Research, New Zealand


      P.O. Box 40, Landcare Research, Lincoln 7640 Canterbury, New Zealand


      Landcare Research, PO Box 40, Linden 7640, New Zealand, . E-mail:,


      Landcare Research, PO Box 69, Lincoln 8152, New Zealand


      Landcare Research, PO Box 69, 8152, Lincoln, New Zealand


      Landcare Research, P.O. Box 69, Lincoln, New Zealand


      Landcare Research, P.O. Box 69, Lincoln 8152, New Zealand


      Landcare Research, Manaaki Whenua, P.O. Box 69, Lincoln 8512, New Zealand


      Manaaki‐Whenua Landcare Research, PO Box 69, Lincoln 8152, New Zealand


      Manaaki-Whenua-Landcare Research, P.O. Box 69, Lincoln, New Zealand


      Manaaki Whenua-Landcare Research, P.O. Box 69, Lincoln 8152, New Zealand


      Manaaki Whenua-Landcare Research, PO Box 69, Lincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand


      Institute of Landcare Research, Christchurch, New Zealand


      Division of Land Resources, DSIR, Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand


      Botany Division, DSIR, Private Bag, Christchurch, New Zealand

      Sign-in to see all concepts, it's free!
      Sample of concepts for which Matt S McGlone is among the top experts in the world.
      Concept World rank
      5900043000 period #1
      lyallii tree #1
      small‐leaved shrubs #1
      permanent deforestation #1
      antarctic campbell island #1
      pliocene marine transgression #1
      eruption forests #1
      poukawa depression #1
      zfta similarity #1
      periods lake sediments #1
      213142 records #1
      revised archaeological dates #1
      divergence avian phylogeny #1
      deforestation ignition #1
      inwashed pollen spores #1
      extended bipolar seesaw #1
      seasonality early holocene #1
      time flammable vegetation #1
      northern offshore islands #1
      reworked pollen spores #1
      new zealand conifers #1
      modelled biome map #1
      zealand interglacial #1
      tephric coverbeds #1
      13600 cal #1
      lt10 lt50 #1
      deep water stw #1
      dominant depth habitat #1
      fst allele migration #1
      35 bogs #1
      halocarpus bidwillii #1
      alpinus scrub time #1
      zealand franz #1
      –grassland #1
      maximum new #1
      shrubland upland tundra #1
      brackenscrubland vegetation #1
      inwashed #1
      subantarctic new #1
      Sign-in to see all concepts, it's free!

      Prominent publications by Matt S McGlone

      KOL-Index: 13394

      Studies of modern pollen deposition based on analyses of recent lake sediments, moss cushions or pollen traps are commonly used to assist with the interpretation of fossil lake sediment sequences. However, lake basins often derive their pollen and spores (palynomorphs) from both aerial deposition and inwash, and therefore soil palynomorphs are also important. Here, the palynomorph content of moss cushions and catchment soils are compared with those derived from recent lake sediments to ...

      Known for Lake Sediments | Moss Cushions | Surface Soils | Pollen Spores | Contemporary Vegetation
      KOL-Index: 12766

      It is widely recognised that the acquisition of high-resolution palaeoclimate records from southern mid-latitude sites is essential for establishing a coherent picture of inter-hemispheric climate change and for better understanding of the role of Antarctic climate dynamics in the global climate system. New Zealand is considered to be a sensitive monitor of climate change because it is one of a few sizeable landmasses in the Southern Hemisphere westerly circulation zone, a critical ...

      Known for New Zealand | Event Stratigraphy | 30 000 | South Island | Intimate Project
      KOL-Index: 10777

      The aim of this study was to examine how shifts in soil nutrient availability along a soil chronosequence affected temperate rainforest vegetation. Soil nutrient availability, woody plant diversity, composition and structure, and woody species leaf and litter nutrient concentrations were quantified along the sequence through ecosystem progression and retrogression. In this super-wet, high leaching environment, the chronosequence exhibited rapid soil development and decline within 120,000 ...

      Known for Phosphorus Limitation | Temperate Rainforest | Soil Chronosequence | Franz Josef | Ecosystem Progression
      KOL-Index: 10433

      Anthropogenic fires caused New Zealand's temperate rain forests to decline rapidly from 80% to 50% cover after Polynesian arrival. In contrast, Australian temperate rain forests have remained stable in spite of a longer history of fire and human occupation. We evaluate whether New Zealand's conifer-dominated forests declined because they lack fire resistance traits. We predicted that New Zealand species should have thinner bark than their Australian counterparts, and slower growing ...

      Known for New Zealand | Bark Thickness | Temperate Rain | Resistance Traits | Tree Size
      KOL-Index: 9914

      Kawakawa Tephra Formation, comprising Oruanui Ignimbrite flow member and Aokautere Ash airfall member, represents the products of an exceptionally large and widespread volcanic eruption from Taupo Volcanic Centre in the North Island of New Zealand. The eruption occurred during the Last Glacial Maximum, and is radiocarbon dated at c. 22.6 ka B.P. Thermoluminescence ages are in broad agreement with the radiocarbon age. The presence of Aokautere Ash in loess deposits, in alluvial ...

      Known for North Island | Glacial Maximum | New Zealand | Aokautere Ash | Kawakawa Tephra
      KOL-Index: 9666

      Results from terrestrial and marine palaeoclimate proxies are integrated to reconstruct palaeoclimate variations in New Zealand from the Last Interglacial to the global Last Glacial Maximum (gLGM). By combining data from 21 speleothems we have constructed composite O–C stable isotope sequences from 0 to 88.5 ka BP and from 107.8 to 128.2 ka BP. The gaps in the sequence (a 19.3 ka break in coverage in MIS 5b/c and a 2.97 ka gap in MIS 5a) preclude the construct of a continuous record; so ...

      Known for New Zealand | Glacial Maximum | Continuous Record | North Island | Ice Volume
      KOL-Index: 8747

      To evaluate competing views on the origin and distribution of the New Zealand flora by testing the hypothesis that the geographical distribution of species is unrelated to ecological traits such as habitat requirements and dispersal capabilities. The New Zealand archipelago. An analysis of the factors correlated with distribution and endemism for alpine plants within New Zealand, and for the New Zealand biota as a whole. Woody plants are highly endemic; nonendemic plants tend to be ...

      Known for New Zealand | Alpine Plants | Geographical Distribution | Late Miocene | Ecological Traits
      KOL-Index: 8673

      A robust understanding of Antarctic Ice Sheet deglacial history since the Last Glacial Maximum is important in order to constrain ice sheet and glacial-isostatic adjustment models, and to explore the forcing mechanisms responsible for ice sheet retreat. Such understanding can be derived from a broad range of geological and glaciological datasets and recent decades have seen an upsurge in such data gathering around the continent and Sub-Antarctic islands. Here, we report a new synthesis ...

      Known for Glacial Maximum | Antarctic Ice Sheet | Geological Data | Pulse 1a | 5 Ka
      KOL-Index: 8657

      Paleovegetation maps were reconstructed based on a network of pollen records from Australia, New Zealand, and southern South America for 18 000, 12000, 9000, 6000, and 3000 BP and interpreted in terms of paleoclimatic patterns. These patterns permitted us to speculate on past atmospheric circulation in the South Pacific and the underlying forcing missing line mechanisms. During full glacial times, with vastly extended Australasian land area and circum-Antarctic ice-shelves, arid and cold ...

      Known for New Zealand | South Pacific | Late Pleistocene | Holocene Climates | Atmospheric Circulation
      KOL-Index: 8519

      Humans have altered natural patterns of fire for millennia, but the impact of human-set fires is thought to have been slight in wet closed-canopy forests. In the South Island of New Zealand, Polynesians (Māori), who arrived 700-800 calibrated years (cal y) ago, and then Europeans, who settled ∼150 cal y ago, used fire as a tool for forest clearance, but the structure and environmental consequences of these fires are poorly understood. High-resolution charcoal and pollen records from 16 ...

      Known for New Zealand | South Island | Human Activity | Forest Clearance | Landscape Transformation
      KOL-Index: 8364

      This paper is the maritime and sub–Antarctic contribution to the Scientific Committee for Antarctic Research (SCAR) Past Antarctic Ice Sheet Dynamics (PAIS) community Antarctic Ice Sheet reconstruction. The overarching aim for all sectors of Antarctica was to reconstruct the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) ice sheet extent and thickness, and map the subsequent deglaciation in a series of 5000 year time slices. However, our review of the literature found surprisingly few high quality ...

      Known for Antarctic Islands | Glacial Maximum | Lgm Ice | Glacier Extents | Scientific Committee
      KOL-Index: 8088

      The increased incidence of large fires around much of the world in recent decades raises questions about human and non-human drivers of fire and the likelihood of increased fire activity in the future. The purpose of this paper is to outline a conceptual framework for examining where human-set fires and feedbacks are likely to be most pronounced in temperate forests world-wide and to establish and test a methodology for evaluating this framework using palaeoecological records. Tasmania, ...

      Known for Conceptual Framework | New Zealand | South America | Human Impacts | Increased Activity
      KOL-Index: 7856

      The Southern Hemisphere westerlies in the southwest Pacific are known to have waxed and waned numerous times during the last two glacial cycles, though even semi-continuous histories of the westerlies extend back no more than about 20,000 years. We have good evidence for at least three scales of events.A westerly maximum occurs at the Last Glacial Maximum. There is less conclusive evidence for another westerly maximum in the late Holocene and for a minimum at ca. 11ka. It is too early to ...

      Known for Glacial Cycle | Southern Hemisphere | Westerly Circulation | Ice Age | Late Holocene
      KOL-Index: 7642

      The 1850 BP Taupo eruption covered c. 30 000 km 2 of the central North Island with airfall deposits and c. 20 000 km 2 with ignimbrite. This paper reviews pollen and charcoal analyses of lake and peat sediment cores from sites at various distances and directions from the Taupo vent to establish the effects of this eruption on the surrounding forests. Forests within range of the ignimbrite were destroyed, and forests located up to 170 km east of the vent suffered variable degrees of ...

      Known for Taupo Eruption | North Island | New Zealand | Forest Disturbance | Sediment Cores
      KOL-Index: 7454

      A new reconstruction of the vegetation cover for New Zealand at the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) is presented, based primarily on a database of 66 pollen site records and a more limited range of plant macrofossil and coleopteran records. Extensive forest is evident only from Auckland northwards. Conifer–broadleaf forest similar to that in the region today, but with Agathis australis scarce, persisted in the far north, whilst Nothofagus trees and a range of shrub taxa characterised the ...

      Known for New Zealand | Glacial Maximum | Forest Trees | Vegetation Cover | South Island

      Key People For New Zealand

      Top KOLs in the world
      Matt S McGlone
      new zealand south island glacial maximum
      Kelvin R Berryman
      new zealand north island alpine fault
      Nick Mortimer
      new zealand otago schist south fiji basin
      Rupert Sutherland
      new zealand alpine fault south westland
      Brent V Alloway
      new zealand wanganui basin north island
      Bruce F Houghton
      new zealand taupo volcanic zone kīlauea volcano

      Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research, Lincoln, New Zealand | Landcare Research, PO Box 69040, Lincoln, New Zealand. | Long-term Ecology Laboratory, Manaaki Whenua - Landcare Research, Lincoln, New Zealand | Manaaki Whenua – Landcare Research, Lincoln, Ne

    Download on the App StoreGet it on Google Play

    Copyright © 2023 Key Opinion Leaders, LLC.