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Patrick Browne
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University of Auckland
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  • Origin and evolution of the Steamboat Springs siliceous sinter deposit, Nevada, U.S.A.

    Authors
    Patrick Browne, K.A. Campbell, B.Y. Lynne, J. Moore
    Journal
    Sedimentary Geology
    Year
    2008
    Siliceous hot spring deposits from Steamboat Springs, Nevada, U.S.A., record a complex interplay of multiple, changing, primary environmental conditions, fluid overprinting and diagenesis. Consequentl... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • U-Pb dating of zircon in hydrothermally altered rocks as a correlation tool: Application to the Mangakino geothermal field, New Zealand

    Authors
    Patrick Browne, Stuart F. Simmons, Colin J. N Wilson, B.L.A. Charlier, J. FaChris Gan, K.D. Spinks, D.M. Gravley
    Journal
    Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
    Year
    2008
    Recognition and correlation of rock units within geothermal fields is often hampered by high degrees of alteration that obscure primary mineralogies and lithological boundaries, and preclude direct da... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Microfacies of stromatolitic sinter from acid-sulphate-chloride springs at Parariki Stream, Rotokawa Geothermal Field, New Zealand

    Authors
    Patrick Browne, K.A. Campbell, R. Schinteie
    Journal
    Palaeontologia Electronica
    Year
    2007
    We present a unique, scale-integrated, and spatially controlled study of acid-derived sinters and their abiotic-biotic relations. Through a microfacies-based approach, we provide context and constrain... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Acceleration of sinter diagenesis in an active fumarole, Taupo volcanic zone, New Zealand

    Authors
    Patrick Browne, J.N. Moore, K.A. Campbell, B.Y. Lynne, R.S. Perry
    Journal
    Geology
    Year
    2006
    Siliceous sinters form where nearly neutral pH, alkali chloride waters discharge at the surface (?0?100 °C). They may preserve biogenic and abiogenic material and therefore archive paleoenvironmental ... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE

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