McSaveney, E.; Sutherland, R. 2005 New Zealand adrift. Lower Hutt: Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences Limited. Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences information series 69 6 p.
Abstract: Much more than a group of large Pacific islands, New Zealand is the highest part of a submerged small continent about half the size of Australia. Once part of the vast continent of Gondwana, New Zealand has been cast adrift by the geological forces which constantly reshape the face of the planet. (auth)