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The Cape Turnagain area is located on the inboard portion of the Hikurangi subduction margin, on the northern Wairarapa coast of the North Island of New Zealand. A 4.5 km long coastal section of sea cliffs of Mio-Pliocene sediments contains numerous tubular carbonate-rich concretions. Their morphology and petrographical observations suggest they were possibly formed by fluid flows of carbonate-rich water through a silty sediment. These tubular concretions could be fossil fluid expulsion structures similar to dewatering chimneys described offshore in New Zealand. The external diameter of the concretions observed in situ reaches 60 cm and internal canal up to...

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