EAE4100: Field Geology of New Zealand


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EAE4100: Field Geology of New Zealand

This unit consists of a 12 day field trip to New Zealand. The field trip will outline various aspects of the geology of New Zealand including active arc volcanoes, geothermal systems, seismically active zones, major fault systems, allochthonous terranes, obducted ophiolites, large braided river systems, active glacial systems, and epithermal gold systems. The unit will traverse New Zealand from South Island to North Island and will focus on the volcanic and neotectonic elements of this geologically dynamic country.


April 4 – April 15, 2018

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Contact Name Andy Tomkins
Contact Email andy.tomkins@monash.edu
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