Wyatt, J., Lowe, D.J., Moon, V.G. & Churchman, J.G. (2010). Discovery of halloysite books in a ~270,000 year-old buried tephra deposit in northern New Zealand. In G.J. Churchman, J.L Keeling & P.G. Self (eds), Extended abstracts, 21st Biennial Australian Clay Minerals Society Conference, QUT Gardens Point, Brisbane, 7-8 August, 2010 (pp. 39-42).
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As part of a wider study examining the geomechanical properties, especially sensitivity, of sequences of Quaternary pyroclastic and associated deposits and buried soils in the landslide-prone western Bay of Plenty area near Tauranga, eastern North Island, we examined the mineralogy of a pale pinkish-grey tephra deposit directly beneath non-welded, siliceous Te Ranga Ignimbrite (~2 m thick) in a ~25 m high cutting at Tauriko.
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