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Seismic reflection images of active faults on New Zealand's South Island

@inproceedings{G2010SeismicRI,
  title={Seismic reflection images of active faults on New Zealand's South Island},
  author={A. G. and Green and F. M. and Campbell and A. E. and Kaiser and C. and Dorn and S. and Carpentier and J. Doetsch and H. Horstmeyer and D. Nobes and J. Campbell and M. Finnemore and R. Jongens and F. Ghisetti and A. R. and Gorman and R. Langridge and A. McClymont},
  year={2010}
}
New Zealand is located along the boundary between the Australian and Pacific plates. Although there are numerous faults associated with this plate boundary setting, few have ruptured during the nearly 200 years of European settlement. Yet, paleoseismology provides clear evidence of relatively recent activity on many of them. Knowledge of the shallow structure and other characteristics of these faults is important for understanding the related seismic hazard and risk. Key properties of faults… Expand

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