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Successful mission to record the earth’s rumbles at NZ’s largest fault

50 days ago by Kate Boersen

Valuable insights into the risk of earthquakes and tsunami from New Zealand’s largest fault line will be gained after scientists successfully placed high tech earthquake recording instruments on the sea...

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Understanding the mysteries of the earth

52 days ago by Bill Fry and Kate Boersen

For the past couple of weeks, teams of earthquake scientists have been visiting remote sites in the region around Gisborne to collect data that may eventually help New Zealand understand...

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Tangaroa Voyage Blog #5 Back on land

53 days ago by Weiwei Wang and Katie Woods

Weiwei Wang and Katie Woods are two PhD students from Victoria University of Wellington who will blogging about their first ever voyage on the research vessel Tangaroa.

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Tangaroa Voyage Blog # 4 Wind and Waves

59 days ago by Katie Woods and Weiwei Wang

Weiwei Wang and Katie Woods are two PhD students from Victoria University of Wellington who will blogging about their first ever voyage on the research vessel Tangaroa.

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Tangaroa Voyage Blog #3 One week at sea

2 months ago by Katie Woods and Weiwei Wang

Weiwei Wang and Katie Woods are two PhD students from Victoria University of Wellington who will blogging about their first ever voyage on the research vessel Tangaroa.

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Tangaroa Voyage Blog #2 First few days at sea

2 months ago by Weiwei Wang and Katherine Woods

Weiwei Wang and Katie Woods are two PhD students from Victoria University of Wellington who will blogging about their first ever voyage on the research vessel Tangaroa.

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Tangaroa Voyage Blog #1 It's getting exciting

2 months ago by Weiwei Wang & Katie Woods

Weiwei Wang and Katie Woods are two PhD students from Victoria University of Wellington who will blogging about their first ever voyage on the research vessel Tangaroa.

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International research to gather more information about NZ’s largest fault

2 months ago by GNS Science

An international team of scientists sets off this weekend to place earthquake monitoring instruments along New Zealand’s largest fault, the Hikurangi subduction zone.

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