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Whangarei Conference, 2002. GSNZ Misc Pub 112B

Title

Authors/Leaders

Duration

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Geological Overview of Northland

B Sporli, B Hayward

Preamble to, and references for, all fieldtrips

570kB pdf

1. Northland Allochthon, South Whangarei Harbour

B Sporli, B Hayward, M Isaac

0.5 day, 4 stops

560kB pdf

2. Kaipara: allochthon-autochthon

J Grant-Mackie, M Gregory

1 day Auckland-Whangarei, 5 stops

168kB pdf

3. Whangarei Heads geology

P Bach, P Black, B Hayward, M Isaac, I Smith

0.5-1 day Whangarei area, 5 stops

1020kB pdf

4. Basement/Tertiary, Cover/Allochthon interactions at Ocean Beach

B Sporli

0.5-1 day Whangarei area, 4 stops

985kB pdf

6. Geothermal Northland

P Browne, S Simmons, K Campbell, W Hampton, D Pastars

2 days Whangarei-Ngawha, 6 stops

332kB pdf

9. Geological gems of the Far North

P Black, M Gregory

3 days, 15 stops

1.4MB pdf

 

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