2 edition of Geology and neotectonics of the Upper Nevis Basin, South Island, New Zealand found in the catalog.
Geology and neotectonics of the Upper Nevis Basin, South Island, New Zealand
Sarah A. Barrow-Hurlbert
Written in English
|Statement||by Sarah A. Barrow-Hurlbert.|
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A geological map illustrates the rocks exposed at the surface of the earth. Different rock types are shown by different colours. This map, produced by GNS Science in , summarises observations made over years of exploration and research. You can zoom. Indo-Australian and Pacific plate boundary along the east coast of North Island. This environment is further complicated by the presence of tectonic-associated volcanism. Off the western shore of New Zealand, this environment has resulted in the formation of many sedimentary basins including the Northland Basin and the Taranaki Basin.
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AN ABSTRACT OF THE THESIS OF Sarah A Barrow-Huribert for the degree of Master of Science in Geology presented on Octo Title: Geology and Neotectonics of the Upper Nevis Basin, South Island, New Zealand / Abstract approved: The Upper Nevis Basin is a narrow, northeast-trending structurally.
Ordering more than one book will reduce your overall postage costs. PUBLISHER: New Zealand Department of Scientific & Industrial Research KEYWORDS: specials G J Williams geology Nevis Basin New Zealand South Island Central Otago oil shale economic geology cenozoic mining prospecting drillign sampling assaying science reference.
The Nevis-Cardrona Fault System (NCFS), in the west of Central Otago, South Island, New Zealand, is an Geology and neotectonics of the Upper Nevis Basin reverse fault system linking three structural basins—the Cardrona, Upper Nevis, and South Island Nevis by: Published by the American Geophysical Union as part of the Geophysical Monograph Series, Volume A Continental Plate Boundary offers in one place the most comprehensive, up-to-date knowledge for researchers and students to learn about the tectonics and plate dynamics of the Pacific-Australian Geology and neotectonics of the Upper Nevis Basin plate boundary in South Island and.
Infrared stimulated luminescence ages are presented from the North Westland region, West Coast, South Island, New Zealand. These ages span much of the last interglacial-glacial cycle from ± ka to ± ka. Coverage is extended to Cited by: 3. 1 Blair Burgreen-Chan, Kristian E.
Meisling, Stephan Graham, Basin and petroleum system modelling of the East Coast Basin, New Zealand: Geology and neotectonics of the Upper Nevis Basin test of overpressure scenarios in a convergent margin, Basin Research, South Island, n/aWiley Online Library; 2 D.N.
King, Tsunami hazard, assessment and risk in Aotearoa–New Zealand: A systematic review AD. Abstract: This monograph describes the geology and petroleum prospects of the Northland region, an area of onshore and offshore New Zealand between latitudes 34deg.S and 37deg'S.
Geology and neotectonics of the Upper Nevis Basin region is the northernmost to be studied for the basin studies programme of the Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences; it lies northwest of the active.
Such crustal thickening and flexure suggest a compressional, foreland-basin style of late Cenozoic development rather than the rift-graben origin previously assumed. This change in interpretation for the South Taranaki basin has implications for evaluating the thermal history of the basin and its possibilities for hydrocarbon by:  We use line km of seismic reflection data to map the offshore character and geometry of the Hikurangi subduction thrust and outer forearc wedge to South Island of ∼15 km.
For km along‐strike south. Lying in the south-west Pacific, New Zealand consists of two main islands - the North Island and the South Island. Stewart Island and many smaller islands lie offshore.
The North Island of New Zealand has a 'spine' of mountain ranges running through. KW - New Zealand ER - TY - BOOK TI - The subantarctic islands of New Zealand. Reports on the geo-physics, geology, zoology, and botany of the islands lying to the south of New Zealand, based mainly on observatiohs and collections made during an expedition New Zealand book the Geology and neotectonics of the Upper Nevis Basin steamer "Hinemoa" (Captain J.
Bollons) in November, Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary basins and geological evolution of the Canterbury Region, South Island, New Zealand. Responsibility New Zealand Geological Survey basin studies 2 Online.
Available online At the library Geology, Stratigraphic > Cenozoic. data from the eastern South Island continental shelf, particularly that adjacent to the Great South Basin and its seaward continuation, the Bounty Trough (Fig.
1,2). Available well control (Fig. 3) is used to relate the offshore seismic stratigraphy to the well-known regional stratigraphy of nearby eastern South Island (Fig.
4 and Table 1). The Wairakei Geothermal Field is located within New Zealand's North Island, in the TVZ, the active, southern portion of the Lau-Havre-Taupo extensional back-arc basin (Figure 1).
The Pacific–Australian Plate boundary that passes through New Zealand's South Island is an obliquely convergent boundary with continental crust on either side ().The boundary is marked at the surface by the Alpine Fault, an active fault with ca.
km of dextral displacement since the early to middle Miocene (Wellman,Sutherland, ). Cited by: Fossil wood collected from 14 sites in the southern South Island, New Zealand was identified to family or genus level.
These sites included two of Eocene age: Waihao River (Runangan to early Whaingaroan) and Pikopiko (Runangan to early Whaingaroan); one of Oligocene age: Cosy Dell Lime Pit, (Duntroonian – wood of this age has not been previously studied in New Zealand); Author: Mathew Richard Vanner.
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Consequently, the inner margin of the foreland basin has been inverted and the succession almost completely eroded. In the southern part of Westland, upper crustal shortening in the Australia plate amounted to about 2 km; associated uplift started about 5 m.y.
ago and involved only one major fault‐bounded by: New Zealand's Geology. categories. Oct 28th, Karst landscape. The tablelands of the north-west South Island are a remnant of once extensive sea-level plain which over 45 million years ago stretched across New Zealand.
to its lowest level is m, making it New Zealand's deepest cave. Ellis basin cave system is longer, but not quite. The Geology of Campbell Island. Cape Expedition - Scientific Results of the New Zealand Sub-Antarctic Expedition, [R. & H. Finlay; C. Fleming Oliver] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : R.
& H. Finlay; C. Fleming Oliver. Two-dimensional and three-dimensional finite element modelling of mantle processes beneath central South Island, New Zealand Zhen Liu.
Department of Earth & Space Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles, CAUSA. Both 2-D and 3-D models suggest that the neotectonics of central South Island is dominated by weak faults. 3 Cited by: Download RIS citations. TY - BOOK TI - The subantarctic islands of New Zealand.
Reports on the geo-physics, geology, zoology and botany of the islands lying to the south of New Zealand, based mainly on observations and collections made during an expedition in the government steamer "Hinemoa" (Captain J.
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The geology of New Zealand: in explanation of the geographical and topographical atlas of New Zealand1/5(1). Exposures of basement rocks on Stewart Island provide a c. 70 km long by 50 km wide map of part of the Median Batholith that spans the margin of the Western Province.
Because of their distance from the present plate boundary, these rocks are relatively unaffected by Cenozoic tectonism, allowing examination of unmodified Carboniferous–Cretaceous relationships within. Pearson, C. Geodetic strain determinations from the Okarito and Godley-Tekapo regions, central South Island, New Zealand.
New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics ()DCN Pearson, C. Rate of co-seismic strain release in the northern South Island, New Zealand. (). An occurrence of Kawakawa Tephra from the Grey River valley, South Island, New Zealand.
New Zealand Journal of Geology and Cited by: Title: Nathan, S. 'Upper Cenozoic stratigraphy of South Westland, New Zealand.' New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics Date: (publication) Organisation: Role: Scale: Source Geographic Identifier: NZMS Sheet F40 - Wanaka.
In the central South Island, accommodation of excess continental crust is by crustal thickening and erosion. Rock uplift at rates of about 11 mm/yr at the Alpine fault is balanced by erosion producing some × 10 6 km³ of sediment deposited mainly over the Challenger Plateau immediately west of the South Island.
The central part of South Island is regarded widely as comprising a zone of continent–continent collision involving the Australia and Pacific plates ().Certain elements of this collision zone have historically been investigated in some detail, including particularly the Alpine Fault, which is the boundary between the Australia and Pacific plates, and the Southern Alps, which are the Cited by: The Reefton Goldfield produced over 67 tonnes of gold between and and was the largest gold producer on the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand.
Current Mining operations run by Oceana Gold Limited commenced in at the Globe-Progress deposit. New Zealand Geological Survey Lower Hutt, N.Z Australian/Harvard Citation. Field, B. & Browne, G. & Davy, B. & New Zealand Geological Survey.Cretaceous and cenozoic sedimentary basins and geological evolution of the Canterbury Region, South Island, New Zealand / by B.D.
Field and G.H. Browne, (chief authors, compilation. Displacement since the Pliocene along the southern section of the Alpine fault, New Zealand: Comment and ReplyCited by: 1.
New Zealand currently sits across two tectonic plates which are converging. The Pacific plate is being subducted (pulled beneath) the Australian Plate from Samoa and Tonga in the north down to Cook Strait and Marlborough Sound in New Zealand.
Through most of the South Island the plates are sliding past each other forming the Alpine Fault. Relax on a harbour cruise, leap off the Auckland Harbour Bridge in New Zealand’s only ocean-touch bungy or even help race an America’s Cup yacht.
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Studio and 1 Bedroom based on 2 people, 2 Bedroom people unless otherwise stated. New Zealand (Māori: Aotearoa [aɔˈtɛaɾɔa]) is a sovereign island country in the southwestern Pacific country has two main landmasses—the North Island (Te Ika-a-Māui), and the South Island (Te Waipounamu)—and around smaller has a total land area ofsquare kilometres (, sq mi).
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