Bruce Hayward

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Bruce William Hayward

NationalityNew Zealander
Alma materUniversity of Auckland
Scientific career
FieldsGeologist, marine ecology
ThesisLower Miocene geology of the Waitakere Hills, west Auckland, with emphasis on the paleontology (1975)
Doctoral advisorPhilippa Black, Graham Gibson, Peter Ballance

Bruce William Hayward MNZM FRSNZ (born 1950) is a New Zealand geologist, marine ecologist, and author. He is known as a leading expert on living and fossil foraminifera.[1]

Education and career[edit]

At the University of Auckland, Bruce W. Hayward graduated in geology with B.Sc. (Hons) in 1971 and Ph.D. in 1975.[2][3] In 1976–1977 he was a postdoc at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C.[4] Hayward was from 1978 to 1991 a micropaleontologist for the New Zealand Geological Survey, Lower Hutt, from 1991 to 1997 curator of marine invertebrates at the Auckland Institute and Museum, and from 1997 to 2002 a self-employed research associate in the Geology Department of the University of Auckland, as well as from 1998 to 2000 a James Cook Research Fellow at the University of Auckland. In 2003 he became the Founder and Principal Scientist of Geomarine Research, located in Auckland. He was the Principal Scientist for three Marsden Fund grants: from 2000 to 2002 "Foraminifera and paleoceanography of Bounty Trough, east New Zealand", from 2003 to 2005 "The last global marine extinction: causes and consequences for global biodiversity", and from 2007 to 2010 "Causes of evolution and global extinction in the deep sea".[5] In addition to his research on foraminifera, he has done research on "northern New Zealand geology and landforms, marine invertebrate ecology, industrial archaeology and lichens."[1]

Hayward was from 1980 to 1989 an editor for the Geological Society of New Zealand, from 1988 to 2012 an associate editor for the Journal of Foraminiferal Research, and from 2010 chief editor for Foraminifera, World Register of Marine Species.[5] He is founder and convenor (1984–present) of the New Zealand Geopreservation Inventory and from 1990 to 1993 a member of the New Zealand Conservation Authority and from 1993 to 1996 a member of the Auckland Conservation Board. He co-founded the Offshore Islands Research Group in 1977 and co-founded the Auckland Geology Club in 1993. He is the author or co-author of "over 1000 publications, including more than 280 peer-reviewed papers, hundreds of popular articles, 13 scientific monographs and more than 20 popular books."[1]

Awards and honours[edit]

  • 1978 — McKay Hammer Award of Geological Society of NZ for publications on "Waitakere Ranges geology"[6]
  • 1988 — New Zealand Association of Scientists Research Medal
  • 1989–1991 — President of the Geological Society of New Zealand
  • 2001 — elected Honorary Life Member of New Zealand Marine Sciences Society
  • 2003 — elected a Fellow of the Royal Society Te Apārangi
  • 2006 — Hochstetter Lecturer of the Geological Society of New Zealand
  • 2006 — appointed a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit (MNZM) in the 2006 Queen's Birthday Honours, for services to earth science and conservation[7]
  • 2013 — McKay Hammer Award of Geoscience Society of NZ for publications on "The last global extinction (Mid-Pleistocene) of deep-sea benthic foraminifera"[6]
  • 2013 — elected Honorary Life Member of Geoscience Society of New Zealand.
  • 2017 — Joseph A. Cushman Medal for Excellence in Foraminiferal Research[4]
  • 2018 — Hutton Medal of the Royal Society Te Apārangi for "outstanding contributions to the knowledge of New Zealand's marine ecology and geology"[1]

Selected publications[edit]

Scientific publications[edit]

  • Hayward, Bruce W.; Buzas, Martin A. (1979). Taxonomy and paleoecology of Early Miocene benthic foraminifera of northern New Zealand and the north Tasman Sea. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Contribution to Paleobiology 36, 154 p.
  • Hayward, Bruce W. (1990). Taxonomy, paleogeography and evolutionary history of the Bolivinellidae (Foraminiferida). Lower Hutt: New Zealand Geological Survey Paleontology Bulletin 63, 132 p.
  • Hayward, Bruce W.; Hollis, C.J.; Grenfell, H.R. (1997). Recent Elphidiidae (Foraminiferida) of the South-west Pacific and fossil Elphidiidae of New Zealand. Lower Hutt: New Zealand Geological Survey Paleontology Bulletin 72, 166 p.
  • Hayward, Bruce W.; Grenfell, H.R.; Reid, C.M.; Hayward, J.J. (1999). Recent New Zealand shallow-water benthic foraminifera: Taxonomy, ecologic distribution, biogeography, and use in paleoenvironmental assessment. Lower Hutt: Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Monograph 21, 258 p.
  • Hayward, Bruce W.; Grenfell, Hugh R.; Scott, David B. (1999). "Tidal range of marsh foraminifera for determining former sea-level heights in New Zealand". New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics. 42 (3): 395–413. doi:10.1080/00288306.1999.9514853.'
  • Hayward, Bruce W.; Black, Philippa M.; Smith, Ian E. M.; Ballance, Peter F.; Itaya, Tetsumaru; Doi, Masako; Takagi, Miki; Bergman, Steve; Adams, Chris J.; Herzer, Richard H.; Robertson, David J. (2001). "K-Ar ages of early Miocene arc-type volcanoes in northern New Zealand". New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics. 44 (2): 285–311. doi:10.1080/00288306.2001.9514939. S2CID 128957126.
  • Hayward, Bruce W.; Neil, Helen; Carter, Rowan; Grenfell, Hugh R.; Hayward, Jessica J. (2002). "Factors influencing the distribution patterns of Recent deep-sea benthic foraminifera, east of New Zealand, Southwest Pacific Ocean". Marine Micropaleontology. 46 (1–2): 139–176. Bibcode:2002MarMP..46..139H. doi:10.1016/S0377-8398(02)00047-6.
  • Hayward, Bruce W.; Scott, George H.; Grenfell, Hugh R.; Carter, Rowan; Lipps, Jere H. (2004). "Techniques for estimation of tidal elevation and confinement (~salinity) histories of sheltered harbours and estuaries using benthic foraminifera: Examples from New Zealand". The Holocene. 14 (2): 218–232. Bibcode:2004Holoc..14..218H. doi:10.1191/0959683604hl678rp. S2CID 129699465.
  • Hayward, Bruce W.; Grenfell, Hugh R.; Sabaa, Ashwaq T.; Carter, Rowan; Cochran, Ursula; Lipps, Jere H.; Shane, Phil R.; Morley, Margaret S. (2006). "Micropaleontological evidence of large earthquakes in the past 7200 years in southern Hawke's Bay, New Zealand". Quaternary Science Reviews. 25 (11–12): 1186–1207. Bibcode:2006QSRv...25.1186H. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2005.10.013. ISSN 0277-3791.
  • Gehrels, W. Roland; Hayward, Bruce W.; Newnham, Rewi M.; Southall, Katherine E. (2008). "A 20th century acceleration of sea-level rise in New Zealand". Geophysical Research Letters. 35 (2): L02717. Bibcode:2008GeoRL..35.2717G. doi:10.1029/2007GL032632.
  • Hayward, Bruce W.; Grenfell, H.R.; Sabaa, A.T.; Neil, H.L.; Buzas, M.A. (2010). Recent New Zealand deep-water benthic foraminifera: Taxonomy, ecologic distribution, biogeography, and use in paleoenvironmental assessment. Lower Hutt: Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Monograph 26, 363 p.
  • Hayward, Bruce W.; Kawagata, S.; Sabaa, A.T.; Grenfell, H.R.; van Kerckhoven, L.; Johnson, K.; Thomas, E. (2012). The last global extinction (Mid-Pleistocene) of deep-sea benthic foraminifera (Chrysalogoniidae, Ellipsoidinidae, Glandulonodosariidae, Plectofrondiculariidae, Pleursostomellidae, Stilostomellidae), their Late Cretaceous-Cenozoic history and taxonomy. Washington DC: Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research Special Publication 43, 408 p.
  • Hayward, Bruce W.; Holzmann, M.; Pawlowski, J.; Parker, J.H.; Kaushik, T.; Toyofuku, M.S.; Tsuchiya, M. (2012). Molecular and morphological taxonomy of living Ammonia and related taxa (Foraminifera) and their biogeography. New York: Micropaleontology 67, issues 2-3, 204 p.

Books[edit]

  • Diamond, John T.; Hayward, B. W. (1975). Kauri timber dams. Auckland: Lodestar Press.
  • Hayward, Bruce W. (1978). Kauaeranga kauri: a pictorial history of the kauri timber industry in the Kauaeranga Valley, Thames. Auckland: Lodestar Press.
  • Hayward, Bruce W. (1979). Ancient undersea volcanoes: A guide to the geological formations at Muriwai, west Auckland. Lower Huttt: Geological Society of New Zealand Guidebook 3.
  • Diamond, John T.; Hayward, B. W. (1979). The Maori history and legends of the Waitakere Ranges. Auckland: Lodestar Press.
  • Hayward, Bruce W.; Hayward, Selwyn P. (1979). Cinemas of Auckland, 1896-1979. Auckland, New Zealand: Lodestar Press.
  • Diamond, John T.; Hayward, B. W. (1980). Waitakere Kauri=Auckland. Lodestar Press.
  • Hayward, Bruce W. (1987). Granite and Marble: A guide to building stones in New Zealand. Lower Huttt: Geological Society of New Zealand Guidebook 8.
  • Hayward, Bruce W. (1989). Kauri gum and the gumdiggers. Auckland, NZ: Bush Press.
  • Hayward, Bruce W. (1990). Trilobites, dinosaurs, and moa bones: the story of New Zealand fossils. Auckland: Bush Press; with illustrations and photography by the author{{cite book}}: CS1 maint: postscript (link)
  • Diamond, John T.; Hayward, Bruce W. (1991). Kauri timber days. A pictorial account of the kauri timer industry in New Zealand. Auckland, NZ: Bush Press.
  • Hayward, Bruce W. (1996). Precious Land: Protecting New Zealand's landforms and geological features. Lower Huttt: Geological Society of New Zealand Guidebook 12.
  • Cox, Geoffrey J.; Hayward, Bruce W. (1999). Restless country : volcanoes and earthquakes of New Zealand. Auckland, N.Z.: HarperCollins Publishers (NZ).
  • Cameron, Ewan; Hayward, Bruce; Murdoch, Graeme J. (2008) [1998]. Field guide to Auckland : exploring the region's natural and historical heritage (2nd revised ed.). Auckland: Random House New Zealand.
  • Kenny, Jill A.; Hayward, Bruce W. (2010). Karst in Stone. Karst landscapes in New Zealand: A case for protection. Lower Hutt: Geological Society of New Zealand Guidebook 16.
  • Hayward, Bruce W.; Murdoch, Graeme J.; Maitland, Gordon (2011). Volcanoes of Auckland : the essential guide. Auckland, N.Z.: Auckland University Press; aerial photography by Alastair Jamieson{{cite book}}: CS1 maint: postscript (link)
  • Kenny, Jill A.; Hayward, Bruce W. (2013). On the edge: Celebrating the diversity of New Zealand's coastal landforms. Lower Huttt: Geological Society of New Zealand Guidebook 17.
  • Hayward, Bruce W. (2017). Out of the ocean, into the fire : history in the rocks, fossils and landforms of Auckland, Northland and Coromandel. Wellington, New Zealand: Geoscience Society of New Zealandaerial photography by Alastair Jamieson; drawings by Margaret S. Morley.{{cite book}}: CS1 maint: postscript (link) The book recounts "the fascinating geological history of the formation of Northland, Auckland and the Coromandel Peninsula and the history of its past animal and plant life."[8]
  • Hayward, Bruce W. (2019). Volcanoes of Auckland: a field guide. Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press; aerial photography by Alastair Jamieson{{cite book}}: CS1 maint: postscript (link) ebook

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "2018 Hutton Medal: What microscopic marine amoeba can tell us about our past climate, sea levels and earthquakes". Royal Society of New Zealand. 17 October 2018.
  2. ^ "Dr. Bruce W. Hayward". gulfbase.org.
  3. ^ Hayward, Bruce W.(Bruce William) (1975), Lower Miocene geology of the Waitakere Hills, west Auckland, with emphasis on the paleontology, [email protected], hdl:2292/2597, Wikidata Q111964022
  4. ^ a b Buzas, Martin A.; Culver, Stephen J.; Lipps, Jere H. (2018). "2017 Joseph A. Cushman Award To Bruce W. Hayward". Journal of Foraminiferal Research. 48 (1): 1–3. doi:10.2113/gsjfr.48.1.1. ISSN 0096-1191.
  5. ^ a b "Personnel Bruce W. Hayward". Geomarine Research.
  6. ^ a b "McKay Hammer Award". Geoscience Society of New Zealand.
  7. ^ "Queen's Birthday honours list 2006". Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. 5 June 2006. Retrieved 3 April 2022.
  8. ^ "Spring into Summer Talk Series: Dr Bruce Hayward; Out of the Ocean, Into the Fire". Whangarei District Libraries, December 2017.