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Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 November 2018
Economic Geology (2018) 113 (7): 1571–1586.
... values of the host Caples terrane rocks. Because the Caples terrane was thrust over more radiogenic rocks before mineralization, the Caples terrane scheelite deposits are interpreted to result from fluids that were derived from deep crustal dehydration reactions within the underlying radiogenic...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2007
Geological Magazine (2007) 144 (4): 701–729.
... or continuations in New Zealand and Antarctica. In the accretionary terranes, significant Palaeozoic (and Precambrian) zircon age populations are present in Torlesse and Waipapa terranes, and variably in Caples terrane. In the fore-arc and back-arc terranes, a unimodal character persists in Murihiku and Brook...
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Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 August 1983
GSA Bulletin (1983) 94 (8): 967–985.
...) and trench-complex (Caples terrane) deposits derived from a volcanic island arc (Brook Street terrane). Three petrofacies are established for Maitai-Murihiku and Caples sandstones. The petrofacies indicate a common, evolving, immature to submature volcanic island arc source for these terranes...
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Average  87 Sr/ 86 Sr isotope composition of scheelite for the deposits for...
Published: 01 November 2018
Fig. 7. Average 87 Sr/ 86 Sr isotope composition of scheelite for the deposits formed in the earlier mineralizing event (142–135 Ma). The Caples terrane bounds are defined only by samples from the Glenorchy region ( Graham and Mortimer, 1992 ; this study). All host-rock data have been age
Series: Geological Society Memoirs
Published: 08 May 2019
DOI: 10.1144/M49.8
...–Maitai Terrane (Maitai basin) represent a distal segment of a continental margin forearc basin. The Caples Terrane is a mainly Triassic trench accretionary complex, dominantly sourced from a continental margin arc, similar to the Median Batholith. The outboard (older) Torlesse and Waipapa terranes...
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Photographs of selected structures in the Otago and Marlborough Schists. ( ...
Published: 01 September 2001
Fig. 5 Photographs of selected structures in the Otago and Marlborough Schists. ( a ) σ porphyroclasts of relict detrital quartz and feldspar grains in t.z.IIb psammitic Otago schist of the Caples Terrane east of Glenorchy. Sense of shear is top to the east. Plain light. Field of view is 2.7 mm
Series: Geological Society Memoirs
Published: 08 May 2019
DOI: 10.1144/M49.14
.... The localized Willsher Group shows some Maitai Group affinities. Sandstones in two melanges that formed in an outer forearc–subduction trench setting mainly indicate a mixed terrigenous–continental margin-arc source, similar to the Late Permian Maitai Group. The Caples Terrane, a Triassic accretionary prism...
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Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 28 March 2018
GSA Bulletin (2018) 130 (9-10): 1501–1518.
... margin of Gondwana. Conventional wisdom is that the schist formed in the Jurassic (ca. 170 Ma) by collision between Carboniferous to Triassic graywacke sequences of the exotic eastern Torlesse composite terrane and the western Caples terrane. However, extensive areas of Alpine Schist in the west, rich...
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Detrital zircon  238 U– 206 Pb age components derived from cumulative proba...
Published: 01 July 2007
are combined from three Caples, and four Dun Mountain–Maitai samples, while in the lower diagram, data are combined from five Murihiku, and two Brook Street terrane samples. Except for Caples terrane, datasets are assembled in stratigraphic order. The unfossiliferous Caples terrane samples are positioned only
Series: Geological Society Memoirs
Published: 08 May 2019
DOI: 10.1144/M49.10
..., including meta-basalt and serpentinite, known as the Greenstone Melange ( Bishop et al. 1976 ), also occur within the Caples Terrane, typically c. 10 km east of the Livingstone Fault. Additional melange-like units occur farther south within the Caples Terrane, notably the Eyre Creek Melange ( Pound et...
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Histogram and cumulative probability diagrams of detrital zircon  238 U– 20...
Published: 01 July 2007
Figure 12. Histogram and cumulative probability diagrams of detrital zircon 238 U– 206 Pb ages for dataset (10) QUOX1 (centre), a Late Triassic greywacke from East Otago, occurring within an extension of the Caples terrane, but which is geochemically and/or isotopically of Torlesse or Waipapa
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Gold concentrations plotted against temperature of metamorphism for samples...
Published: 01 December 2006
F ig . 3. Gold concentrations plotted against temperature of metamorphism for samples of Torlesse terrane, Otago schist, Alpine schist, and mineralized samples from the Macraes gold mine (A), and Caples terrane schist and Caples-Torlesse terrane boundary samples (B). The analyzed samples
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Rangitata Orogen zircons. (A–C) Inboard <span class="search-highlight">terranes</span>, (D–F) outboard <span class="search-highlight">terranes</span>. ...
Published: 14 July 2016
Fig. 22. Rangitata Orogen zircons. (A–C) Inboard terranes, (D–F) outboard terranes. (A) Brooke Street Terrane; (B) Dun Mountain – Maitai Terrane; (C) Murihiku Terrane (forearc basin); (D, F) components of the outboard Torlesse Composite Terrane accretionary wedge: (D) Caples Terrane; (E) Rakaia
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Basement <span class="search-highlight">terranes</span> of New Zealand adapted from  Coombs  et al. (1976) ,  Lan...
Published: 01 March 2002
Figure 1. Basement terranes of New Zealand adapted from Coombs et al. (1976) , Landis et al. (1999) , Mortimer (1995) and Sutherland (1999) . Heavy dashed line in Haast Schist approximates boundary between schist derived from the Caples Terrane with that derived from the Torlesse Terrane
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Representative examples of combined probability density/histograms of detri...
Published: 16 July 2012
Figure 4. Representative examples of combined probability density/histograms of detrital zircon 238 U– 206 Pb ages for Waipapa Terrane sandstones of Jurassic Morrinsville Facies (TWHX1), Jurassic Hunua Facies (TWX1), probable Triassic Hunua Facies (RWH1) and Caples
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Scheelite  87 Sr/ 86 Sr isotopes from measured stage 1 and stage 2 lodes in...
Published: 01 November 2018
Fig. 5. Scheelite 87 Sr/ 86 Sr isotopes from measured stage 1 and stage 2 lodes in Otago. Caples terrane values for West Otago only represent Glenorchy data. Probability density plots calculated using Isoplot 3 are shown to the right or left of corresponding samples.
Journal Article
Published: 01 December 1992
Journal of the Geological Society (1992) 149 (6): 967–977.
...N. MORTIMER; B. P. ROSER Abstract Comparison of the whole rock geochemical compositions of 142 samples of Otago Schist with greywackes and argillites from the Caples and Torlesse terranes confirms the essentially isochemical nature of Otago Schist metamorphism and permits correlation of individual...
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Detrital zircon  238 U– 206 Pb all-data age compilations from
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Published: 16 July 2012
) by similar compilations for the Murihiku, Waipapa and Caples terranes. The diagrams all use a common 0–500 Ma format, with ages > 500 Ma stacked at right margins.
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The Otago and Alpine Schists, South Island, New Zealand, forming the Torles...
Published: 01 May 2005
Fig. 1.  The Otago and Alpine Schists, South Island, New Zealand, forming the Torlesse and Caples terranes. A continuous crustal section is exposed from unmetamorphosed greywackes to amphibolite-facies schists (garnet–oligoclase zone) exposed during Miocene to recent uplift along the Alpine Fault
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Rangitata Orogen. (A, B) Geology of New Zealand based on  Mortimer (2004) ,...
Published: 14 July 2016
the Caples Terrane refer to locality numbers and formation names. Triangles refer to ages of oceanic assemblages. (A) Geology updated with permission from Leonard et al. 2010 ; (B) with permission from Mortimer et al. 2012 ; (C) with permission from Adams et al. 2009 a . [Colour online.]