Crampton, J.S.; Terezow, M.G. 2018 The Kiwi fossil hunter's handbook. Auckland: Random House. 207 p.
Abstract: Fossil hunting is an adventure, full of amazing discoveries. The fossils that can be found around New Zealand tell us about evolution, extinction, ecology, climate change and continental drift - and relate to mathematics, chemistry and art. Local fossils range from dinosaur bones and teeth to shells, crabs and other sealife, leaves and tree trunks, footprints and other tracks left by ancient animals, and even fossilised poo! This book features locations throughout New Zealand where fossils can be found, and includes lots of photos and a fold-out geological time scale. Get out there and make your own discoveries!