The Haast Schist is a New Zealand schist that is found on the eastern side of the Alpine Fault. Metamorphic grade progresses from greenschist through biotite schist to garnet schist. Myrmekitic textures occur within oligoclase within the garnet zone.
- Cooper, A. F., Progressive Metamorphism of Metabasic Rocks from the Haast Schist Group of Southern New Zealand, Journal of Petrology | Volume 13 | Number 3 | Pages 457-492 | 1972
- The Rise and Fall of the Southern Alps, G. Coates 2002
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