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Recent work has resulted in recognition of an additional glaciation preceding the Waimaunga Glaciation in the late Pleistocene. This followed the mid-Pleistocene climax of earth movements responsible for most of the present mountainous relief of New Zealand, but only after an interval of time long enough for the construction and subsequent deep dissection of Banks Peninsula shield volcano. It is inferred from this and other geological evidence that the earliest late Pleistocene glaciation wasdoi:10.1017/s0022143000027295 fatcat:stdvvaux3bdirplxrvxidn6xke