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Alan uses the fossils in each layer to help work out if the water the sediments were laid down in was deep or shallow and if it was warm or cool.
A notice on a kitchen tent at Moutoa Gardens, Whanganui, during an occupation by members of local iwi, 14 March 1995.
In February 1995 Te Rūnanga Pākaitore began a 79-day occupation of Moutoa Gardens that was intended to restore the mana of the Whanganui people over the site.
One way to get them is to use the fission track method on zircon crystals in thin layers of tephra that have been trapped in the rocks.
The tephra is made of ash from ancient eruptions of volcanoes in the central North Island.