2 edition of Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary basins of the West Coast region, South Island, New Zealand found in the catalog.
Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary basins of the West Coast region, South Island, New Zealand
|Statement||by Simon Nathan (chief author, compilation, and synthesis) ... [et al.].|
|Series||New Zealand Geological Survey basin studies ;, 1|
|Contributions||Nathan, Simon, 1943-|
|LC Classifications||QE685 .C867 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||89 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||89|
|LC Control Number||86230806|
The Paparoa Metamorphic Core Complex (PCC) on the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand is a bivergent core complex, characterized by the top-to-the-SW Pike Detachment at its southern end and the top-to-the-NE Ohika Detachment in the north (Tulloch and Kimbrough, ) ().Spell et al. () proposed that extension initiated at the Ohika Detachment, but Cited by: The Taranaki basin, on the west coast of the north island, contains all of New Zealand's currently producing fields (Fig. 1) but in a global sense . Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
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Get this from a library. Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary basins of the West Coast region, South Island, New Zealand. [Simon Nathan; Ian McKenzie; New Zealand. Lower Hutt: New Zealand Geological Survey. New Zealand Geological Survey basin studies 2.
94 p. Abstract: The Canterbury region extends from Kaikoura in the north to Dunedin in the south and from the Alpine and Hope Faults and Kyeburn in the west to about longitude 74 deg. 50 min. offshore in the east. New Zealand's Sedimentary Basins “Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary basins of the West Coast Region, South Island, New Zealand”, compiled by Simon Nathan.
Australian Basin Studies “Contributions to the geology and hydrocarbon potential of the Eromanga Basin”, edited by D. Gravestock, P.
Moore and G. Pitt. Cretaceous and cenozoic geology of the Chatham Rise region, South Island, New Zealand / by R.A. Wood, P. Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary basins of the West Coast region, South Island, New Zealand / by South Island.
Cretaceous Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary basins of the West Coast region Cenozoic sedimentary basins and geological evolution of the Canterbury Region, South Island, New Zealand.
West of the basement outcrop, the thickness of Cretaceous and Cenozoic strata increases to km near the present west coast; offshore, a large area has more than 5 km of Cretaceous and Cenozoic strata, and locally the maximum thickness exceeds 8 km. West of the peninsula, the Northland region includes an area of 35 km 2 where the water depth is less than m.
The sequence present west. Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary basins of the West Coast region, South Island, New gton: SIPC, DSIR.
New Zealand Geological Survey basin studies 1. 89 p. Nathan, S. Et al, $ Lithospheric cooling, subsidence and transgression proceeded over the New Zealand South Island from the Late Cretaceous to the Paleocene, coeval with sea-floor spreading in New Zealand book Tasman Sea.
Iri the Mid-to Late Eocene, there was a further extensional phase, which created a zone of basins along western New South Island, aligned with a spreading ridge in. Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary basins of the West Coast Region, South Island, New Zealand.
Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary and volcanic rocks record rotation about vertical axes of. Cretaceous and Cenozoic geology of the Chatham Rise region, South Island, New Zealand. Common to almost all New Zealand basin subsidence curves is a sedimentary signature associated with rifting of the Gondwana super-continent ( Ma).
In the Great South Basin a second rifting event is inferred at 51 [plus or minus] 2 Ma, illustrated by a rapid increase in subsidence rates Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary basins of the West Coast region a maximum rate of -1 at Pakaha-1).Author: Louise Jane Christie.
basin and petroleum systems anal ysis of the west coast region, south island, new zealand PESA Eastern Australasian Basins Symposium III Sydney, 14–17 September, 5 Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary basins of the West Coast region the W est Coast.
Cretaceous structures are dominantly compressional onshore in the north and extensional offshore and in the south. There are few Paleogene structures, reflecting a passive margin phase.
Numerous oil and gas seeps demonstrate the region's petroleum potential, and significant gas was found in the two offshore wells drilled. On return to New Zealand, he commenced research on the sedimentary basins of the West Coast of the South Island; this later expanded to cover the whole of New Zealand and culminated in the management of a major project on the Cretaceous and Cenozoic basins of the New Zealand region.
The Buller Coalfield, across which this section is drawn, thus appears to have comprised several small fault-bounded basins (Fig. Conclusions (1) The West Coast region of South Island, New Zealand is dominated by a primary thermal overprint ranging from to 70 Ma, depending on the blocking temperature of the mineral by: Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary basins of the West Coast region, South Island, New Zealand (89 p).
New Zealand Geological Survey Basin Studies, 1, Wellington. Nicol, A. Landscape history of the Marlborough by: 9. the relationship between syn-sedimentary faulting, basin subsid-ence and geometry, and the overlying sedimentary record.
Despite the West Coast’s complex history, cross-sections and palaeogeographic models of the region focus on a NNE–SSW-trending extensional fault set initially developed as normal faults in the Late Cretaceous and Cited by: 4.
The initial Mw Darfield earthquake sequence was centred west of Christchurch City in the South Island of New Zealand but aftershocks, including a. Publication date Title Variation Cretaceous Cenozoic geology and petroleum systems of the Taranaki Basin, New Zealand ISBN New Zealand's basement rocks range in age from mid- Cambrian in north-west Nelson to Cretaceous near Kaikoura.
These rocks were formed in a marine environment before New Zealand separated from Gondwana. They are divided into the "Western Province", consisting mainly of greywacke, granite and gneiss. High-level stratigraphic scheme for New Zealand rocks. N Mortimer. a *, Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary and volcanic cover rocks.
In the basins of west Southland, West Coast. Raine, JI () Outline of a Palynological Zonation of Cretaceous to Paleogene Terrestrial Sediments in West Coast Region, South Island, New Zealand. New Zealand Geological Survey, Report Lower Hutt: New Zealand Geological Survey, 82 pp.
Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary basins of the West Coast region. South Island, New Zealand. Wellington, New Zealand Geological Survey Basin Studies 1, 90 pp. Google ScholarCited by: The second, West Coast–Taranaki rift phase produced north- to NE-trending extensional half-grabens in the shelfal Taranaki Basin during the latest Cretaceous–Paleocene (c.
80 – 55 Ma). Abstract The Inangahua, New Zealand, earthquake occurred in the West Coast Basin and Range Province, northwest of the main plate boundary zone in northern South Island. At MSit is not the largest known earth-quake in the province, but it has been the subject of thorough seismological, geological, and geodetic documentation.
The region has potential for onshore and shallow-water discoveries, and it contains the largest population centers on the South Island.
The Canterbury basin contains >5 km of Cretaceous-Cenozoic. An Overview of Taranaki Region Geology, New Zealand Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary basins of the West Coast Region. South Island, New Zealand.
Geological Survey of New Zealand Basin Studies 1. Google Scholar. Nelson, C.S. ().Cited by: NELSON, C.S., and SMITH, A.M.,Stable oxygen and carbon isotope compositional fields for skeletal and diagenetic components in New Zealand Cenozoic nontropical carbonate sediments and limestones: a synthesis and review:New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, v.
39, p. 93– CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: (). Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary basins and geological evolution of the Canterbury Region, South Island, New Zealand. New Zealand Geological Survey Basin Studies 2.
4 sheets + 94 p. Lower Hutt, New Zealand, New Zealand Geological Survey. The geology of the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island is divided in two by the Alpine Fault, which runs through the Region in a North-East direction.
To the West of the fault Paleozoic basement rocks are interluded by plutones and both are unconformably covered in a. The Taranaki Basin is an onshore-offshore Cretaceous rift basin on the West Coast of New Zealand. Development of rifting was the result of extensional stresses during the breakup of basin later underwent fore-arc and intra-arc basin development, due to the subduction of the Pacific Plate under the Australian Plate at the Hikurangi Subduction System.
The West Coast region of New Zealand’s South Island is situated at the eastern edge of the Australian plate where it is being overthrust and dextrally offset against the Paciﬁ c plate along the Alpine Fault. This region includes a number of Cretaceous-Cenozoic basins that have high prospectivity for by: 3.
With an area ofkm 2, the Taranaki Basin is located along the west coast of New Zealand's North Island ().This basin is predominantly offshore, mainly a subsurface feature beneath the continental shelf (Kamp et al., ).Cretaceous and Cenozoic rocks outcrop in several places around the present-day periphery of the basin that can be related to the subsurface sedimentary Cited by: 3.
Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary basins of the West Coast region, South Island, New Zealand New Zealand Geological Survey Basin Studies 1 Department of Scientific and Industrial ResearchCited by: The upper crust of line 6e [Mortimer et al., ], which runs along the western flank of a major Cretaceous‐Cenozoic sedimentary basin (the Great South Basin) and off Stewart Island, includes two normal fault controlled subbasins where over 2 s two‐way travel time (s twt) of sediments are imaged (Figure 2 and A in Figure 3).Cited by: NATHAN S.
() Cretaceous and Cenozoic sedimentary basins of the West Coast region, South Island, New Zealand. New Zealand Geological Survey Basin Studies, Vol. DSIR, Wellington, N.Z. NEWMAN J. and NEWMAN N.
() Reflectance anomalies in Pike River coals: evidence of variability in vitrinite type, with implications for maturation Cited by: Summary of New Zealand high order rock names. New Zealand stratigraphy has also informally been divided into two 'megasequences'.
The Austral Superprovince (Cambrian-Cretaceous) includes all basement rocks and the Zealandia Megasequence (Cretaceous-Holocene) refers to those, younger rocks, that cover Austral Superprovince is divided into the Eastern.
On the west coast of South Island, New Zealand, mountains adjacent to the nearby Australia–Pacific Plate boundary are rapidly uplifting and eroding (up to 10 mm year −1) and the precipitation rate is high (up to ca.
10 m year − 1) (Craw et al., ). Physical erosion and rapid transport of immature quartz-bearing sediment to the coast do Cited by: Outline of a palynological zonation of Cretaceous to Paleogene terrestrial sediments in West Coast region South Island, New Zealand.
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Pdf Alpine Fault is the main active structure in the oblique continental collision zone of South Island, New Zealand. It is continuous at the surface for ∼ km and accommodates ∼70% of current plate by: Download pdf Cretaceous coal measures on the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand include examples of thick, clean bituminous coal that accumulated in geographic proximity to active fluvial regimes.
Seams range in longest dimension from less than 1 km to a maximum of about 3 km, and commonly exceed 10 m in thickness.Regional stratigraphy and subsurface geology of Cenozoic deposits, Gulf Coastal Ebook, South-Central United States /by R.L. Hosman. p. cm. (Regional aquifer-system analysis Gulf coastal plain) (U.S.
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