Abstract

New Zealand geosyncline stratigraphy accords with a paleogeographic model whereby late Paleozoic–Mesozoic sedimentation occurred between continental forelands. Such a model fits into a reassembly of eastern Gondwanaland and supports the hypothesis that Late Jurassic–Early Cretaceous tectonism in this region was related to relative motion of the Australian continent.

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