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Cretaceous geotectonic patterns in the New Zealand Region
In the mid-Cretaceous, around 105±5 Ma, the tectonic regime in New Zealand changed significantly. From the Permian to the Early Cretaceous most rocks formed under the influence of convergent margin
Geochronology and geochemistry of pre-Jurassic superterranes in Marie Byrd Land, Antarctica
Marie Byrd Land, Antarctica, is a major part of the proto-Pacific supercontinental margin. On the basis of new geochronological and geochemical data relating to its pre-Jurassic evolution, Marie Byrd
Geochronology and geochemistry of a Mesozoic magmatic arc system, Fiordland, New Zealand
The Median Tectonic Zone in Eastern Fiordland, SW New Zealand, comprises a tectonically disrupted belt of Mesozoic magmatic arc rocks related to subduction along the palaeo-Pacific margin of
The Cretaceous Separation Point batholith, New Zealand: granitoid magmas formed by melting of mafic lithosphere
The Early Cretaceous Separation Point batholith of the South Island, New Zealand, represents the final magmatic stage of an extensive arc system located on the SW Pacific margin of Gondwana during
Antarctica-New Zealand rifting and Marie Byrd Land lithospheric magmatism linked to ridge subduction and mantle plume activity
Mid-Cretaceous igneous rocks of central Marie Byrd Land, Antarctica record a rapid change from subduction-related to rift-related magmatism. This correlates with the final stages of subduction of the
Mantle plumes and Antarctica-New Zealand rifting: evidence from mid-Cretaceous mafic dykes
Ocean floor magnetic anomalies show that New Zealand was the last continental fragment to separate from Antarctica during Gondwana break-up, drifting from Marie Byrd Land, West Antarctica, about 84
A review of the Median Tectonic Zone: Terrane boundaries and terrane amalgamation near the Median Tectonic Line
Abstract The pre‐Late Cretaceous basement rocks of New Zealand are divided into a Western Province and an Eastern Province along a tectonic boundary called the Median Tectonic Line. The two provinces