Peter Griffin posted in Alpine Fault • earthquake • fault • GNS Science • Rupert Sutherland on January 25th, 2011.
The first of two planned boreholes into the Alpine Fault has been completed. The longest active fault in New Zealand, the research (being spearheaded by CRI GNS Science) aims to better understand the fault’s behaviour, and how it has fractured. An accompanying Checkpoint piece can be listened to here. An excerpt: (read in full here) […]
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