Auckland Volcanic Field magmatism, volcanism, and hazard: a review

@article{Hopkins2020AucklandVF,
  title={Auckland Volcanic Field magmatism, volcanism, and hazard: a review},
  author={Jenni L. Hopkins and Elaine R. Smid and Jennifer D. Eccles and Josh L. Hayes and Bruce W. Hayward and Lucy E. McGee and Kasper van Wijk and Thomas M. Wilson and Shane J. Cronin and G. Leonard and Jan M. Lindsay and K{\'a}roly N{\'e}meth and Ian E. M. Smith},
  journal={New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics},
  year={2020},
  volume={64},
  pages={213 - 234}
}
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