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  • Deep-seated fractionation during the rise of a small-volume basalt magma batch: Crater Hill, Auckland, New Zealand

    Authors
    I.E.M. Smith, Colin J. N Wilson, B.F. Houghton, S. Blake
    Journal
    Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology
    Year
    2008
    Crater Hill is a small volume alkali olivine basalt volcano in the Auckland volcanic field. Crater Hill consists of a sequence of pyroclastic and effusive eruptive units of which the earliest have low... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • A multiple-approach radiometric age estimate for the Rotoiti and Earthquake Flat eruptions, New Zealand, with implications for the MIS 4/3 boundary

    Authors
    Sean Weaver, Jim W. Cole, Colin J. N Wilson, B.F. Houghton, D.A. Rhoades, M.A. Lanphere, A.T. Calvert
    Journal
    Quaternary Science Reviews
    Year
    2007
    Pyroclastic fall deposits of the paired Rotoiti and Earthquake Flat eruptions from the Taupo Volcanic Zone (New Zealand) combine to form a widespread isochronous horizon over much of northern New Zeal... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Contrasting grain size and componentry in complex proximal deposits of the 1886 Tarawera basaltic Plinian eruption

    Authors
    Colin J. N Wilson, B.F. Houghton, R.J. Carey, J.E. Sable
    Journal
    Bulletin of Volcanology
    Year
    2007
    The 1886 Plinian eruption of Tarawera, New Zealand, is a unique basaltic fissure-fed eruption with exceptionally well preserved fall deposits to within 200 meters of the source vents. These proximal d... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Complex proximal sedimentation from Plinian plumes: The example of Tarawera 1886

    Authors
    Colin J. N Wilson, B.F. Houghton, R.J. Carey, J.E. Sable
    Journal
    Bulletin of Volcanology
    Year
    2006
    The 1886 eruption of Tarawera, New Zealand, was unusual for a Plinian eruption because it involved entirely basaltic magma, originated in a 17-km-long fissure, and produced extremely overthickened pro... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE

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