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Identifying the sources and sinks of CDOM/FDOM across the Mauritanian Shelf and their potential role in the decomposition of superoxide (O2- )
(Frontiers Media, 2016-08-03)
Superoxide (O−2O2-) is a short lived reactive oxygen species (ROS) formed in seawater by photochemical or biological sources, it is important in the redox cycling of trace elements and organic matter in the ocean. The ...
Fabrics produced mimetically during static metamorphism in retrogressed eclogites from the Zermatt-Saas zone, Western Italian Alps
Lattice preferred orientations (LPOs) are commonly interpreted to form by dislocation creep. Consequently they are used to infer deformation at the metamorphic grade at which the minerals were stable, especially if those ...
Damaged beyond repair? Characterising the damage zone of a fault late in its interseismic cycle, the Alpine Fault, New Zealand
X-ray computed tomography (CT) scans of drill-core, recovered from the first phase of the Deep Fault Drilling Project (DFDP-1) through New Zealand's Alpine Fault, provide an excellent opportunity to study the damage zone ...
Processing and analysis of high temperature geothermal acoustic borehole image logs in the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand
Acoustic borehole televiewer (BHTV) logs provide direct observations of lithology, structure and in-situ stress in reservoirs, essential for successful well targeting and field management. Analyses of BHTV logs acquired ...
Calcite sealing in a fractured geothermal reservoir: Insights from combined EBSD and chemistry mapping
Fractures play an important role as fluid flow pathways in geothermal resources hosted in indurated greywacke basement of the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand, including the Kawerau Geothermal Field. Over time, the ...
A review of the Rotokawa Geothermal Field, New Zealand
The Rotokawa Geothermal Field of New Zealand has seen significant development over the last 20 years and has been the study site for new and innovative geological and geothermal research. This includes the one of the first ...
An energy-driven geologist
(The New Zealand Association of Scientists, 2013)
[No abstract available]
Quantitative geometric description of fracture systems in an andesite lava flow using terrestrial laser scanner data
Permeability hosted in andesitic lava flows is dominantly controlled by fracture systems, with geometries that are often poorly constrained. This paper explores the fracture system geometry of an andesitic lava flow formed ...
Late-interseismic state of a continental plate-bounding fault: Petrophysical results from DFDP-1 wireline logging and core analysis, Alpine Fault, New Zealand
(American Geophysical Union (AGU), 2013)
We present a geophysical characterization at 0.1-100 m scales of a major plate-bounding continental fault in a late-interseismic state. The Alpine Fault produces M-W approximate to 8 earthquakes every 200-400 years and ...
Heterogeneity of structure and stress in the Rotokawa Geothermal Field, New Zealand
(American Geophysical Union (AGU), 2015-02-12)
Geometric characterization of a geothermal reservoir's structures, and their relation to stress field orientation, is vital for resource development. Subsurface structure and stress field orientations of the Rotokawa ...