The Pounamu terrane, a new Cretaceous exotic terrane within the Alpine Schist, New Zealand; tectonically emplaced, deformed and metamorphosed during collision of the LIP Hikurangi Plateau with Zealandia
The petrologically renowned Haast Schist, previously acknowledged as having formed by Jurassic collision and amalgamation of the exotic Rakaia and indigenous Caples terranes during late Mesozoic orogenesis, contains a component of the Alpine Schist whose
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