Browsing by Author "Hodder, A.P.W."

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A.P.W. Hodder has 3 co-authors in Research Commons.

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  • Morphology and geochemistry of glauconite from the Te Kuiti Group, South Auckland region, New Zealand

    Compton, Martyn Stephen (The University of Waikato, 1989)
    The late Eocene - Oligocene Te Kuiti Group comprises calcareous mudstone, calcareous sandstone and skeletal or sandy limestone formed in marginal marine to fully marine shelf settings. Glauconite is ubiquitous in all ...
  • Geology of the northern Mamaku Plateau

    Morgan, Michael Denis (The University of Waikato, 1986)
    The geology of the northern Mamaku Plateau is dominated by the rhyolitic Mamaku and Waimakariri lgnimbrites, although exposures of the dacitic Waiteariki Ignimbrite are common in river gorges. The Mamaku lgnimbrite ...
  • Weathering of basalt: geotechnical & geochemical aspects

    Jayawardane, Merennage Padma Jayanthi (The University of Waikato, 2002)
    Geochemical influences on the geotechnical parameters of weathered Karamu Basalt are determined and the likely processes involved in basalt weathering are investigated. Geochemical and geotechnical parameters of basalt at ...
  • Seismic hazard in the Taupo - Reporoa Region

    Pyne, Adrian (The University of Waikato, 1995)
    New Zealand lies astride a convergent plate margin, as a result it experiences hundreds of earthquakes a year. This study was commissioned in response to Environment Waikato's contingency planning for such natural ...
  • Origin and occurrence of Antarctic lacustrine carbonates, with special reference to Lake Fryxell, Taylor Valley

    Lawrence, M. J. (The University of Waikato, 1982)
    Lake Fryxell is a permanently ice-covered 19 m deep lake located 15m a.s.l. in the lower Taylor Valley, Antarctica (75° 35'S, 163° 35'E). The lake occupies the lowest part of the Fryxell drainage basin and is surrounded ...