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Wellington.scoop.co.nz Quake aftermath: trains and ferries were … – Scoop.co.nz (press release)

December 9, 2016 |

Wellington.scoop.co.nz Quake aftermath: trains and ferries were …Scoop.co.nz (press release)Mayor Justin Lester this morning advised Wellingtonians to stay out of the CBD today, after the 7.5 earthquake which was centred near Hanmer Springs, and the …

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Quake-hit Kaikoura farmers frustrated as thousands of litres of milk dumped a day – Stuff.co.nz

November 29, 2016 |

Quake-hit Kaikoura farmers frustrated as thousands of litres of milk dumped a dayStuff.co.nzFonterra reported no major damage to any of its New Zealand sites, with national manufacturing operations running as usual since the earthquake. Asked what impact the milk dumping … Read More

Efforts to relocate Kaikura pua continue | Mori Television – Mori Television

November 29, 2016 |

Efforts to relocate Kaikura pua continue | Mori TelevisionMori TelevisionTwo weeks after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck the South Island, efforts to relocate the affected pua in Kaikura are continuing.

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Monday’s earthquake lifted seabed around Kaikoura ‘by at least a … – New Zealand Herald

November 18, 2016 |

Monday’s earthquake lifted seabed around Kaikoura ‘by at least a …New Zealand HeraldMonday morning’s quake has lifted the seabed around Kaikoura by at least a metre, scientists have confirmed. Although a scientific rarity, it’s a phenomenon that …

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New Caledonia, Tonga and Oklahoma: Earthquakes 11-17 August 2016 – Decoded Science

August 18, 2016 |

New Caledonia, Tonga and Oklahoma: Earthquakes 11-17 August 2016Decoded ScienceOf those, the largest earthquake came in at M7.2 and, together with its aftershock sequence, accounted for a fifth of the 100 tremors of M4.5 this week and eight of the … Read More

Up close with the Cascadia Subduction Zone – Q13 FOX

July 19, 2016 |

Up close with the Cascadia Subduction ZoneQ13 FOXA team of experts on board an exploration vessel used Remote Operated Vehicles to search along the Cascadia Subduction Zone, mapping methane seeps, marine life, and the overall ecology of the area. … … Read More

Measuring the damage of Chernobyl and Fukushima – The World Weekly

March 17, 2016 |

Measuring the damage of Chernobyl and FukushimaThe World WeeklyTwo short videos by Anders Moller, from Paris-Sud University’s Systematic Ecology and Evolution laboratory, are gripping. Each shows a patch of countryside in the Fukushima region. In fact, the images are almost … Read More

Nuclear water: Fukushima still faces contamination crisis – Phys.Org

February 26, 2016 |

Nuclear water: Fukushima still faces contamination crisisPhys.Org“It was the single largest release of radioactivity to the marine environment in history,” Greenpeace nuclear expert Shaun Burnie told AFP on the deck of the campaign group’s flagship Rainbow Warrior, which has sailed … Read More

China Damming Lhasa River Into Artificial Lakes – Voice of America (blog)

February 25, 2016 |

China Damming Lhasa River Into Artificial LakesVoice of America (blog)Earthquake risk. Geologist Fan Xiao also says Chinese officials are ignoring the serious risk of the Lhasa River Project causing earthquakes. Some leading engineers and geologists have linked the 7.9-magnitude Sichuan … Read More

Terri Cook and Phil McKenna awarded EGU Science Journalism Fellowship – EurekAlert (press release)

February 25, 2016 |

Terri Cook and Phil McKenna awarded EGU Science Journalism FellowshipEurekAlert (press release)McKenna will use his support to “report on ongoing efforts to understand how trees, and potentially buildings, could act as seismic metamaterials, materials that can cancel or redirect damaging … Read More