Geology of the Chatham Islands

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Hay, R.F.; Mutch, A.R.; Watters, W.A. 1970 Geology of the Chatham Islands. Lower Hutt: Geological Survey, DSIR. New Zealand Geological Survey bulletin 83 86 p.

Abstract: The geology of the Chatham Islands is presented. The Chatham Islands lie in the south Pacific Ocean, east of the South Island of New Zealand and consist of two main islands - Chatham and Pitt - and several small islands and rocks. The description of two formations - Moorland peat and Waihi peat are given.