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Submarine morphology east of the North Island, New Zealand.

H. M. Pantin

Submarine morphology east of the North Island, New Zealand.

by H. M. Pantin

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Published by R. E. Owen, Govt. printer] in [Wellington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pacific Ocean.,
  • New Zealand.
    • Subjects:
    • Submarine topography -- Pacific Ocean.,
    • Coasts -- New Zealand.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p.41.

      SeriesNew Zealand Oceanographic Institute. Memoir, no. 14
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsS381 .A35 no. 149
      The Physical Object
      Pagination43 p.
      Number of Pages43
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5560392M
      LC Control Number67059653
      OCLC/WorldCa3098200

      Oct 14,  · Morphological and seismic data from a submarine landslide complex east of New Zealand indicate flow‐like deformation within gas hydrate‐bearing sediment. This “creeping” deformation occurs immediately downslope of where the base of gas hydrate stability reaches the seafloor, suggesting involvement of gas gulfpbc.com by: Story of German submarine's NZ visit recognised Family of a Gisborne man fascinated by Nazi Germany's most distant war patrol into New Zealand waters in presented his book investigating this little-known slice of WWII war history to Massey University's Manawat which made a reconnaissance voyage along the east coast of the North Island.

      Possible tsunami deposits from the earthquake, North Island, New Zealand Article (PDF Available) in Geological Society London Special Publications (1) · . Feb 07,  · Wang, N. & Grapes, R. Infrared-stimulated luminescence dating of late Quaternary aggradation surfaces and their deformation along an active fault, southern North Island of New Zealand Author: Isabelle Manighetti, Clément Perrin, Yves Gaudemer, Stéphane Dominguez, Nicholas Stewart, Jacques Ma.

      COASTAL CRABS is a fully illustrated working e-guide to the most commonly encountered crabs of New Zealand. It is designed for New Zealanders like you who live near the sea, dive and snorkel, explore our coasts, make a living from it, and for those who educate and are charged with kaitiakitanga, conservation and management of our marine realm. The submarine zone, if we consider its area, is of the greatest importance in geomorphology, since it covers per cent. of the earth's surface, excluding lakes. Its actual significance is not yet proportional to its area, because direct visual study below m. is still difficult, dangerous, and rarely undertaken.


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Submarine morphology east of the North Island, New Zealand by H. M. Pantin Download PDF EPUB FB2

SUBMARINE MORPHOLOGY EAST OF THE NORTH ISLAND, NEW ZEALAND INTRODUCTION MATERIALS The materials on which the present analysis is founded are the extensive lines of echo soundings obtained by the Royal New Zealand Navy Survey Ship Lach/an in the course of her present hydro­ graphic resurvey of the coastal waters of New Zealand.

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[H M Pantin; New Zealand. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research.]. This map of sections of the western coast of New Zealand’s North Island and South Island is part of Visscher’s chart of Abel Tasman’s voyages in andand was drawn about A copy of this and other early charts of New Zealand can be found in Historic Charts and Maps of New Zealand by P.B.

Maling. The Taupo Volcanic Zone (TVZ) in North Island, New Zealand, is the on-land continuation of the Tonga-Kermadec arc formed in the Quaternary at the obliquely convergent boundary of the Pacific and. of New Zealand.

Along the Otago coast Hodgson () showed sec period southerly swell to be the dominant waves. At the Port of Timaru, Tierney () showed the predominant wave direction to be from the south-east around to the east. Further north in the Canterbury Bight and. Submarine morphology east of the North Island The East Coast holidays and discover the best time and places to visit.

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Kriegsmarine. The German submarine U sailed down the east coast of New Zealand in January U —under the command of Korvettenkapitän Heinrich Timm —entered New Zealand waters on 1 January after operating off Australia.

The boat rounded the tip of the North Island on 7 January and proceeded down the east coast. Currently the Pacific Plate is subducted beneath the Australian Plate from around Tonga in the north, through the Tonga Trench, Kermadec Trench, and Hikurangi Trough to the east of the North Island of New Zealand, down to Cook Strait.

Through most of the South Island. Whakaari / White Island ([faˈkaːɾi]; also known as just White Island) is an active andesite stratovolcano situated 48 km (30 mi) from the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand, in the Bay of Plenty.

The island covers an area of approximately ha ( acres), which is only the peak of a much larger submarine gulfpbc.comon: Bay of Plenty, (off) North Island, New Zealand. The German submarine U sailed down the east coast of New Zealand in January U, under the command of Korvettenkapitän Heinrich Timm, entered New Zealand waters on 1 January after operating off Australia.

The boat rounded the tip of North Island on 7 January and proceeded down the east coast. The Kaikoura Peninsula is located in the northeast of New Zealand's South Island. It protrudes five kilometres into the Pacific Ocean. The town of Kaikoura is located on the north shore of the peninsula.

The peninsula has been settled by Maori for approximately Coordinates: 42°25′23″S °42′00″E /. The CHASE V explosion—submarine topographic reflections from the vicinity of Pitcairn Island Author links open overlay panel A.C.

Kibblewhite ∗ R.N. Denham † Show more. occurring along the modern plate boundary east of the North Island and southwest of the South Island. The New Zealand continental block has been fragmented by at least two major phases of rifting. The fragmentation of Gondwana began more than 80 Ma and resulted in the separation of New Zealand from Australia and Antarctica.

Jul 15,  · Along the Hikurangi subduction margin, North Island New Zealand, the oblique subduction of Pacific oceanic lithosphere beneath continental Australian plate lithosphere has created a series of uplifted anticlines within the offshore accretionary wedge (Fig.

1, Fig. 3; Davey et al.,Barnes and Mercier de Lépinay,Henrys et al., a).Cited by: Tsunamis affecting New Zealand are mainly due to the country being part of the geologically active Pacific Plate and associated with the Pacific Ring of Fire.

Tsunamis affect New Zealand's coastline reasonably frequently and tend to be caused by earthquakes on the Pacific Plate both locally and as far away as South America, Japan, and Alaska. Some have been attributed to undersea landslides.

The influence of submarine currents associated with the Subtropical Front upon seafloor depression morphologies on the eastern passive margin of South Island, New Zealand. Clay alteration of volcaniclastic material in a submarine geothermal system, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand to the east of the North Island, New Zealand.

The Calypso hydrothermal vent field is. It is suggested the Taupo-Hikurangi margin has evolved by rotation of accretionary elements, from an original NW-trending subduction system north of New Zealand. The older elements of the prism were associated with subduction of a re-entrant of the Pacific Plate (and perhaps the South Fiji Basin) in Mid Tertiary gulfpbc.com by: Small gastropods of a few cm in size whose assemblages of species (Gemmula sp., Leucosyrinx sp., Pontiothauma sp., Calliotropis pagodiformis) have previously been found in about m of water off the North Island of New Zealand (B.

Marshall personal communication). Other molluscs included pteropods, bivalves and unidentified gulfpbc.com by: 4. Cook Strait (Māori: Te Moana-o-Raukawa) is a strait that separates the North and South Islands of New gulfpbc.com connects the Tasman Sea on the northwest with the South Pacific Ocean on the southeast, and runs next to the capital city, gulfpbc.com is 22 kilometres (14 mi) wide at its narrowest point, and is considered one of the most dangerous and unpredictable waters in the gulfpbc.com countries: New Zealand.The Kermadec Trench extends miles from 26°S towards New Zealand.

Its steep sides with major benches, narrow floor and greater depth separate the Kermadec Trench from the slightly offset, broader and shallower Hikurangi Trench off the east coast of New gulfpbc.com by: [5] The Matakaoa Submarine Instability Complex (MSIC), however, has developed along the north‐east active margin of New Zealand and has been preserved because it is deposited outside the inner trench wall.

Consequently, the MSIC offers an excellent opportunity to investigate large submarine landslides in the geodynamical context of an active Cited by: