A 3D seismic velocity model for Canterbury, New Zealand for broadband ground motion simulation (2014)
Type of ContentConference Contributions - Other
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources Engineering
This poster presents the on-going development of a new 3D seismic velocity model of Canterbury, New Zealand. The intention of the model is to provide the 3D crustal structure in the region at multiple length scales for seismic wave propagation simulations, both broadband ground motion and more localized shallow site response analyses.
CitationLee, R.L., Bradley, B.A., Ghisetti, F., Pettinga, J.R., Hughes, M.W., Thomson, E.M. (2014) A 3D seismic velocity model for Canterbury, New Zealand for broadband ground motion simulation. Palm Springs, CA, USA: Southern California Earthquake Centre Annual Meeting (SCEC), 7-10 Sep 2014.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research37 - Earth sciences::3706 - Geophysics::370609 - Seismology and seismic exploration
04 - Earth Sciences::0403 - Geology::040312 - Structural Geology
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