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Margaret Bradshaw


School of Earth and Environment

07 November 2023
  • Doctor of Science (University of London)

Research Interests

Stratigraphy and structure of Devonian rocks of New Zealand and Antarctica. Development and relationship of Paleozoic terranes in New Zealand. Paleontology, and paleobiogeography of Devonian bivalves. Paleontology and environmental significance of Paleozoic trace fossils.

  • New Zealand
  • Antarctica
  • Palaeontology
  • Stratigraphy
Recent Publications
  • Bradshaw MA. (2013) The Taylor Group (Beacon Supergroup): the Devonian sediments of Antarctica. Geological Society, London, Special Publications 381: 67-97.
  • Savage JE., Bradshaw MA. and Bassett KN. (2013) Marginal marine depositional setting and correlation of the Devonian Sperm Bluff Formation (Taylor Group), southern Victoria Land, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 25(6): 767-790.
  • Bradshaw MA. (2010) Devonian Trace Fossils of the Horlick Formation, Ohio Range, Antarctica: Systematic Description and Palaeoenvironmental Interpretation. Ichnos-an International Journal for Plant and Animal Traces 17(2): 58-114.
  • Bradshaw M. and Soons J. (2008) The Lie of the Land. In Winterbourn M; Knox G; Burrows C; Marsden I (Ed.), The Natural History of Canterbury (3rd ed.): 13-36. Christchurch: Canterbury University Press.
  • Bradshaw MA. and Harmsen FJ. (2007) The Paleoenvironmental significance of trace fossils in Devonian sediments (Taylor Group), Darwin Mountains to the Dry Valleys, southern Victoria Land. University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, USA: 10th International Symposium on Antarctic Earth Sciences (ISAES 2007), 26-31 Aug 2007.
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