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  • Petrogenetic character and provenance of metabasalts in the aspiring and Torlesse Terranes, South Island, New Zealand: Implications for the gold endowment of the Otago Schist?

    Authors
    Dave Craw, F.P. Bierlein
    Journal
    Chemical Geology
    Year
    2009
    We report quantitative X-ray diffraction, whole-rock geochemical and Sm-Nd isotope data for metabasalts from the Aspiring and Torlesse Terranes in the South Island of New Zealand. These rocks underlie... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • 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
  • Flank margin cave development in telogenetic limestone of New Zealand

    Authors
    C.S. Nelson, J.E. Mylroie, J.R. Mylroie
    Journal
    Acta Carsologica
    Year
    2008
    Coastal limestone outcrops, typically with advanced levels of diagenetic maturity (i.e., are telogenetic carbonates), were examined on North Island (Raglan Harbour, Kawhia Harbour, Napier, and Waipu C... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Geophysical imaging of buried volcanic structures within a continental back-arc basin: The Central Volcanic Region, North Island, New Zealand

    Authors
    Tim Stern, W.R. Stratford
    Journal
    Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
    Year
    2008
    Hidden beneath the ~ 2 km thick low-velocity volcaniclastics on the western margin of the Central Volcanic Region, North Island, New Zealand, are two structures that represent the early history of vol... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE

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