Tectonics, sedimentary facies development and maturity modelling in the Great South and Taranaki Basins, New Zealand (2022)
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Facies analysis, source rock geochemistry, tectonic evolution, and sequence stratigraphy of the Greymouth Basin, South Island, New Zealand. Maitra, Mrinmoy (University of Canterbury, 2020)The Greymouth Rift Basin is part of the Late Cretaceous to Early Palaeocene West Coast-Taranaki Rift System in New Zealand that includes the petroleum producing deeply buried Taranaki Basin. The Greymouth Basin comprises ...
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An assessment of basin development and coal rank in the Kaitangata coalfield, South Otago, New Zealand Lomas, Sarah Jane (University of Canterbury, 2003)The Kaitangata Coalfield, South Otago is located on the western boundary of the Great South Basin. It is comprised of conglomerate, sandstone, mudstone and coal belonging to the Late Cretaceous to Early Paleocene aged ...