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geology of the Waihi-Tairua subdivision, Hauraki division
James Mackintosh Bell
|Statement||By James Mackintosh Bell and Colin Fraser.|
|Series||New Zealand Geological Survey : Bulletin -- no. 15, New series, New Zealand Geological Survey -- no. 15, New series.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 192 p. :|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||13000381|
Yet Hauraki was a region of mountains and extensive wetlands, with only small river flats except at the mouth of the Waihou River. Scope for large-scale agriculture was limited. Early Hauraki successes in the colonial economy were reversed by the crash in Australian food markets in , increasing soil infertility and mounting debts. War. During the year geological field-work in the Coromandel subdivision of the Hauraki division and in the Hokitika subdivision of the North Westland division has. occupied the greater portion of my time. In addition to this, certain work at the Head Office assisting in the tion of Bulletin No. 1 on the Hokitika subdivision claimed my attention.
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Bell, J.M.; Fraser, C. The geology of the Waihi-Tairua subdivision, Hauraki division. Wellington: Government Printer. New Zealand Geological Survey bulletin 15 p. Abstract: The Waihi-Tairua subdivision, in the Hauraki Peninsula, comprises the four survey districts Whitianga, Tairua, Ohinemuri, and Waihi North, and covers an area of square miles.
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The geology of the Waihi-Tairua subdivision, Hauraki division by. New Zealand - Maunganui - Maunganui, from Tauranga Spit - - Book Photo Plate IV - Source: The Geology of the Waihi-Tairua Subdivision, Hauraki Division # Mount Maunganui - Initially known colloquially as 'Maunganui' untilwhen the name was rejected during the application process to name the area when the first subdivision of land was carried out; it was dismissed as being too.
Fraser, C. The geology of the Thames subdivision, Hauraki, Auckland. Wellington: Government Printer. New Zealand Geological Survey bulletin 10 p. Abstract: The Thames subdivision of Hauraki, constitutes the south-western portion of the Cape Colville Peninsula and a contiguous part of the southern mainland from which this peninsula springs.
The northern or peninsula portion of the. In book: Mineral deposits of New Zealand, Edition: 2, Publisher: Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, pp The geology of the Waihi-Tairua Subdivision, Hauraki Division.
Jan. The Geology of the Waihi-Tairua Subdivision, Hauraki Division The Hauraki Plains and Kaimai Range extend into the northwest quadrant of the map and the Hauhungaroa and Rangitoto ranges are. The geology of the Waihi-Tairua Subdivision, Hauraki Division / by James Mackintosh Bell and Colin Fraser Bell, James Mackintosh, [ Book, Government publication: ].
Park, J. The Geology and Veins of the Hauraki Goldfields, N.Z. Published by the New Zealand Institute of Mining Engineers, Auckland. Ritchie, N.A. A Survey of Historic Mining Sites in the Thames and Ohinemuri Areas of the Hauraki Goldfield. Prepared for the Department of Conservation, Hamilton.
The Cyclopedia of New Zealand. He wrote many books on New Zealand History His book James Mackintosh, and Colin New Zealand Geological Survey Branch Fraser. The geology of the Waihi - Tairua subdivision, Hauraki division.
Wellington, New Zealand: John Mackay, Government Printer. Downey, F. Gold Mines Of The Hauraki District, New Zealand. G.B. Loney, Government. The geology of the Waihi - Tairua subdivision, Hauraki division. Wellington, New Zealand: John Mackay, Government Printer. Downey, F. Gold Mines Of The Hauraki.
The mine is still worked today as an open pit and is the largest known hard rock mineral deposit in New Zealand. Elsewhere in the Hauraki Goldfield, gold-silver production is recorded from several hundred mines working about 50 separate deposits.
The total value of gold and silver produced from the Hauraki Goldfield is about $ million at. Three major veins (Fig. 1a) hosted tons of gold-silver bullion mined out from – (Bell and Fraser, ).Although generally striking north-south, these structures are characterised by abrupt changes in vein orientation and thickness at the scale of observation (Nortje, ).The Blucher Reef has a general NNW strike, generally dips ∼75° WSW, with vein widths.
Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 24 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands DELINEATION OF POTENTIALLY AURIFEROUS QUARTZ REEFS BY ANALYSIS OF THE BARK OF PINUS RADIATA (MONTEREY PINE) S.
GOFFI, R.R. BROOKS2, S.D. NAIDU2 and E. COPPARD~ t Earth and Space Sciences Division, Los Alamos. Economic Geology,Waiau ⓘ Road Judy Rowe Collection: Whitianga ⓘ Mahakirau River [var: Carnelian] Collection of RJ Martin: Hikuai ⓘ Golden Hills Mine; Bell, J.M., Fraser, C.
() The geology of the Waihi-Tairua Subdivision, Hauraki Division. The Kohuamuri siliceous sinter is the largest known fossil hot-spring system in the Hauraki Goldfield, a × 40 km volcanic terrain with at least 50 adularia-illite epithermal deposits formed – Ma within the Coromandel Volcanic Zone, New Zealand.
The sinter is associated with rhyolite and ignimbrite of the Whitianga Caldera (Miocene–Pliocene) and consists of two deposits, the. B 26 / Morgan, P. / THE GEOLOGY AND MINES OF THE WAIHI DISTRICT, HAURAKI GOLDFIELD, NEW ZEALAND, Wellington,afb, pages; 9 text figs.; 7 plates; 6 maps, plans, and sections (1 bound with text; 5 in pocket); appendix, - 5 - $ [contains general information on the Hauraki goldfield; history of mining; mineral production.
Source Geographic Identifier: NZMS Sheet S10 - Hauraki Gulf, NZMS Sheet T10 - Coromandel, NZMS Sheet S11 - Waiheke, NZMS Sheet T11 - Whitianga Title: Skinner, D.N.B.
'Subdivision and petrology of the Mesozoic rocks of Coromandel (Manaia Hill Group).' New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics It describes the New Plymouth Oilfield, and contains an account of the well-known Taranaki ironsand. Bulletin No.
15, ''The Geology of the Waihi-Tairua Subdivision, Hauraki," written by Dr. Bell and Mr. Fraser, is in the press, and will shortly be published. a—9. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy.
The most common minerals on earth Information for Educators Mindat Articles The Elements Books J.M., Fraser, C. () The Geology of the Waihi-Tairua Subdivision, Hauraki Division.
New Zealand Department of Mines, Geological Survey Branch, Bulletin No. 15 (New Series), New Zealand Government, Wellington, pages. The geology of the.New Zealand journal of geology and geophysics, 26(2), Railton, G.L.
& Watters, W.A., Minerals of New Zealand, New Zealand Geological Survey Bull. # (). Localities in this Region.A marginal sea is a division of an ocean, partially enclosed by islands, archipelagos, or peninsulas, adjacent to or widely open to the open ocean at the surface, and/or bounded by submarine ridges on the sea floor.
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