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A cool-water carbonate seaway in an extensional setting : Oligo-Miocene sedimentology of the Nile Group and Paparoa Trough, western South Island, New Zealand.
(University of Canterbury, 2016)
This body of work endeavors to document the sedimentology and stratigraphy of the Nile Group, a widespread, carbonate-dominated Oligocene–earliest Miocene unit extending across much of the West Coast of South Island, New ...
The structure and eruptive history of Rotorua Caldera, Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand
(University of Canterbury, 2001)
Mamaku Ignimbrite erupted 220 -230 ka, is a voluminous deposit that is exposed over c. 3100 km² predominantly NNE, NW, and SW of Rotorua Caldera, and has a maximum measured outflow thickness of 145 m. Rotorua Caldera is ...
Assessment of coseismic landsliding from an Alpine fault earthquake scenario, New Zealand
(University of Canterbury. Department of Geological Sciences, 2014)
Disasters can occur without warning and severely test society’s capacity to cope, significantly altering the relationship between society and the built and natural environments. The scale of a disaster is a direct function ...
Vulnerability of critical infrastructure to volcanic hazards
(University of Canterbury. Department of Geological Sciences, 2015)
Volcanic eruptions produce a range of concurrent, sequential and recurrent hazards which can impact society and critical infrastructure. For daily activities, modern societies are reliant on dependable functioning critical ...