The Geological History of New Zealand and its Biota View Full Text


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DATE

1975

AUTHORS

C. A. Fleming

ABSTRACT

The narrow-gutted but lofty archipelago of New Zealand, consisting of two large and many smaller islands, rises from a system of relatively shallow submarine rises and plateaux between the South West Pacific Ocean and the Tasman Sea. The oceanic ridges, the basins and trenches that separate and flank them, and the chains of islands that surmount them are part of a complex system that extends north to Melanesia, thence westward to the Indonesian archipelago and northward to Japan and beyond as the geographic manifestation of the Circum-Pacific Mobile Belt, a zone in which geological processes and consequent geographic changes appear to have been exceptionally rapid throughout the span of geological time. The submarine rises (Fig. 1) represent vast areas for which geological knowledge is as yet extremely poor, but which cannot be ignored in interpreting the history of the region and have, indeed, been taken into account in most attempts to determine its geological history. Recent advances in marine geophysics have led to the widely supported theories of sea-floor spreading and plate-tectonics, and to a general acceptance of the concept of continental drift. Ideas of geological history have thus been polarised in terms of a unifying model, but in applying this model to the history of New Zealand there remain many degrees of freedom and no unique solution. More... »

PAGES

1-86

Book

TITLE

Biogeography and Ecology in New Zealand

ISBN

978-94-010-1943-9
978-94-010-1941-5

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