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Morphostructural and paleo-seismic analysis of fault interactions in the Oxford–Cust–Ashley fault system, Canterbury
(University of Canterbury. Geological Sciences, 2015)
This study investigates evidence for linkages and fault interactions centred on the Cust Anticline in Northwest Canterbury between Starvation Hill to the southwest and the Ashley and Loburn faults to the northeast. An ...
Analogue modelling of strike-slip surface ruptures: Implications for Greendale Fault mechanics and paleoseismology
(University of Canterbury. Geological Sciences, 2013)
Analogue modelling of strike-slip faulting provides insight into the development and behaviour of surface ruptures with accumulated slip, with relevance for understanding how information recorded in paleoseismic trenches ...
Southward propagation of the Marlborough Fault System: Fault linkage and blind faults in North Canterbury
(University of Canterbury. Geological Sciences, 2011)
Geomorphological and paleoseismic studies provide insight into the fault geometry and kinematics of a series of dextral northeast striking faults, including the Porters Pass, Hawdon, Bullock Hill, and Esk faults, in the ...