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1. A detailed study of the origin of Olympus Granite Gneiss [K061_1986_1987_NZ_2]
A detailed study of the Olympus Granite Gneiss with particular emphasis on foliation development and its relationship to deformation of Koettlitz Group metasediments, in an attempt to understand its ...


2. Detailed investigation of the basement geology of the St Johns range, Southern Victoria Land, Antarctica: Mapping of the plutonic intrusions [K061_1990_1991_NZ_2]
Field work was carried out on basement rocks in the St. Johns Range, McMurdo Dry Valleys. Rock samples of dyke swarms exposed in homogenous granite on the Kukri erosion surface were collected, granitoid ...


3. Frio Shear Zone: investigation of a major tectonic boundary in South Victoria Land, Antarctica [K061_1999_2000_NZ_2]
The Frio Shear Zone (FSZ) is a 4km wide, ductile shear zone, forming the boundary between two structural blocks, Walcott Block to the southwest and Dry Valleys Block to the northeast, in South Victoria ...


4. Investigation into the Bonney pluton and other plutons of Southern Victoria Land [K061_1989_1990_NZ_3]
Previous studies suggest a large part of the Koettlitz Group deformation may be attributed to the intrusion of granitoid plutons and not solely the result of regional tectonic events as previously ...


5. Magmatism and metamorphism of mafic intrusives at Dromedary Massif, Mt Dromedary, south Victoria Land [K061_1988_1989_NZ_2]
The original and metamorphic mineralogy, deformation and relationship to the metasediments of the Mt Dromedary area, south Victoria Land was studied. Granites were also looked at with respect to deformation ...


6. Mapping and sampling of the Baronick Glacier region - from the Baronick Glacier to Hobnail Peak and the bluffs at the Skelton/Baronick Glaciers [K061_1995_1996_NZ_1]
A topographical and geological map was made on the deformed sedimentary sequence at the Baronick Glacier detailing continuity of horizons and distinctive chemically altered layers. Three sections ...


7. Mapping and sampling of the Granite Harbour Intrusives from the Pipecleaner Glacier-Miers Valley area [K061_1989_1990_NZ_4]
Detailed mapping and sampling of the Granite Harbour Intrusives was carried out in the Pipecleaner Glacier area and in the Miers Valley forming an extensive petrological and structural study of various ...


8. Mapping and sampling the metasedimentary rocks of the Koettlitz Group, the Olympus granite gneiss and other basement rocks of the Lower Wright Valley [K061_1987_1988_NZ_1]
Three main lithologic suites were mapped in the basement rocks of the Lower Wright Valley, including amphibolite facies metasediments of the Koettlitz Group, a syn-tectonic microcline amphibole granitoid ...


9. Mid-crustal processes: a study of fluid flow and deformation in the Renegar Glacier region, southern Victoria Land, Antarctica [K061_1992_1993_NZ_1]
A detailed study of a specific aspect of the Wilson Terrane regional geology was undertaken in the Renegar Glacier region. The aim was to determine: a) why these rocks appear especially veined, ...


10. Petrological evolution of basement granitoids Southern Victoria Land, Antarctica [K061_1986_1987_NZ_1]
Several workers have studied the basement and other granitoids in the Dry Valleys, without a detailed petrographical and chemical study of these rocks. This study was aimed at elucidating the evolution ...


11. Petrology of Koettlitz Group meto-sediments and gneisses from the mid Taylor Valley and mid Ferrar Glacier areas [K061_1986_1987_NZ_3]
Highly deformed Koettlitz Group rocks from the mid Taylor Valley, Dun Glacier and Catherdral Rocks areas contain migmatitic and non-migmatitic gneisses of unknown parentage. Detailed mapping and examination ...


12. Structural evolution of northern Walcott Bay, South Victoria Land, Antarctica [K061_1993_1994_NZ_1]
Extensive field mapping was carried out in the Hidden Valley area to extend the mapping undertaken in previous years. Several samples were collected and were used to determine the geochemical and ...


13. The Ferrar Dolerite intrusives of Terra Cotta Mountain, McMurdo Dry Valleys [K061_1987_1988_NZ_3]
The Ferrar Dolerite Group intrusives exposed on the north face of Terra Cotta Mountain on the Upper Taylor Glacier was studied in detail and then expanded to a more regional scale. The work was an ...


14. The petrogenesis, petrography, geochemistry and inter-relationships of various dyke intrusives observed in the Wright Valley [K061_1987_1988_NZ_2]
The petrogenesis, petrography, geochemistry and inter-relationships of various dyke intrusives observed in the Wright Valley was investigated. Samples of the different dyke types present were collected ...


15. The structure and metamorphic development of a mid-crustal shear zone that occurs in the basement rocks east of Mt. Dromedary (Koettlitz area), South Victoria Land [K061_1988_1989_NZ_1]
The structure and metamorphic development of a mid-crustal shear zone that occurs in the basement rocks east of Mt. Dromedary, South Victoria Land, was determined. The emphasis was on the structural ...


16. A comparative examination of the origin, structure and metamorphism of the Skelton and Koettlitz Group (basement lithologies) in South Victoria Land, Antarctica. [K061_1992_1995_NZ_1]
A comparative examination of the origin, structure and metamorphism of the Skelton and Koettlitz Group (Wilson Terrane) was carried out over three field seasons to determine a) if the two groups could ...


17. Detailed investigation of the basement geology of the St Johns range, Southern Victoria Land, Antarctica: Structural and lithological mapping of the Koettlitz Group [K061_1990_1991_NZ_1]
Variations in lithology and structure were mapped to try and determine a relationship between metamorphism, deformation and pluton intrusion in an orogenic belt and to propose an origin for the orthogneiss ...


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