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  • A coherent middle Pliocene magnetostratigraphy, Wanganui Basin, New Zealand

    Authors
    Peter Kamp, G.S. Wilson, S. Hayton, A.P. McIntyre, G.M. Turner, D.M. McGuire
    Journal
    Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand
    Year
    2005
    We document magnetostratigraphies for three river sections (Turakina, Rangitikei, Wanganui) in Wanganui Basin and interpret them as corresponding to the Upper Gilbert, the Gauss and lower Matuyama Chr... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Neogene stratigraphic architecture and tectonic evolution of Wanganui, King Country, and eaTim Sternaranaki Basins, New Zealand

    Authors
    Peter Kamp, C.S. Nelson, S. Hayton, A.J. Vonk, K.J. Bland, R.J. Hansen, A.J.W. Hendy, A.P. McIntyre, M. Ngatai, S.J. Cartwright
    Journal
    New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics
    Year
    2004
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  • Late Pliocene (2.8-2.4 Ma) cyclothemic shelf deposits, Parikino, Wanganui Basin, New Zealand: Lithostratigraphy and correlation of cycles

    Authors
    Peter Kamp, A.P. McIntyre
    Journal
    New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics
    Year
    1998
    The Wanganui River valley in the vicinity of Parikino in western Wanganui Basin, New Zealand, contains a late Pliocene, c. 400 m thick, southward dipping (c. 5°) cyclothemic marine succession. Thirtee... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • The stratigraphic architecture of Late Pliocene (2.8-2.4 Ma) asymmetrical shelf sequences, western Wanganui Basin, New Zealand

    Authors
    Peter Kamp, A.P. McIntyre
    Journal
    Sedimentary Geology
    Year
    1998
    The western Wanganui Basin in the vicinity of Parikino contains a 410 m thick succession of thirteen sequences that accumulated between 2.8 and 2.4 Ma. Traditional facies analysis of the succession in... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE