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  • Ecological characteristics and management of geothermal systems of the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand

    Authors
    Ian Boothroyd
    Journal
    Geothermics
    Year
    2009
    New Zealand has an array of geothermal systems with distinctive ecological features, with many occurring in the Taupo Volcanic Zone in the Central North Island. Associated with these geothermal featur... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Lake-filled depressions resulting from cold gas discharge in the Ngawha Geothermal Field, New Zealand

    Authors
    J. Cassidy, Stuart F. Simmons, S.P. Harris
    Journal
    Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
    Year
    2005
    Within the high temperature Ngawha geothermal field, there are four roughly circular, lake-filled depressions that are associated with cold gas discharge, thermal springs, peat deposits and lake sedim... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Silica phases in sinters and residues from geothermal fields of New Zealand

    Authors
    Patrick Browne, N.R. Herdianita, K.A. Rodgers, B.Y. Lynne, T.F. Buddle, W.A. Hampton, R. Martin, K.L. Cook, R.A. Greatrex, G.R. Holland, Z. Newton, D. Pastars, K.L. Sannazarro, C.I.A. Teece
    Journal
    Earth-Science Reviews
    Year
    2004
    Five silica phases are major components of silica sinters, deposited from both near-neutral pH alkali-chloride and acid-sulfate thermal waters, and of silica residues formed at the surface of geotherm... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • An unusual modern silica-carbonate sinter from Pavlova spring, Ngatamariki, New Zealand

    Authors
    Patrick Browne, K.A. Campbell, K.A. Rodgers, J.M.A. Brotheridge
    Journal
    Sedimentology
    Year
    2002
    A silica-carbonate deposit is forming from the dilute alkali chloride waters of Pavlova spring, a small thermal pool and outflow channel (85 to <40 °C), situated at the northern extent of the South Or... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE