Structural evolution along the inner forearc of the obliquely convergent Hikurangi margin, New Zealand

@inproceedings{Kelsey1995StructuralEA,
  title={Structural evolution along the inner forearc of the obliquely convergent Hikurangi margin, New Zealand},
  author={Harvey M. Kelsey and Susan M. Cashman and Sarah Beanland and Kelvin Berryman},
  year={1995}
}
The accretionary margin of the Hikurangi forearc on the southeast coast of the North Island of New Zealand is part of the leading edge of the Australian plate, which is overriding the obliquely converging Pacific plate. We investigate the last 10 m.y. of deformation history of the innermost (western) quarter of the total width of the forearc through analysis of the sedimentologic and structural evolution of the Eketahuna area on the east coast of the North Island. The Eketahuna area is ideal… CONTINUE READING

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