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Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth, ISSN 0148-0227, 12/2007, Volume 112, Issue B12, pp. B12102 - n/a
Seafloor fault scarps and near‐surface deformation of late Quaternary seismic reflectors occur along the eastern margin of the Wanganui Basin, 200 km behind the active Hikurangi subduction front, southern North Island, New Zealand... 
Geographic Location | Seismology | Marine Geology and Geophysics | Pacific Ocean | Structural Geology | Fractures and faults | Earthquake source observations | Seafloor morphology, geology, and geophysics | Continental shelf and slope processes | seafloor faulting | neotectonics | Quaternary | earthquake sources | HIKURANGI SUBDUCTION ZONE | GEOCHEMISTRY & GEOPHYSICS | WELLINGTON REGION | RUPTURE LENGTH | WANGANUI BASIN | SEISMIC HAZARD | TARANAKI BASIN | COOK STRAIT | OHARIU FAULT | ACTIVE NORMAL-FAULT | NORTH-ISLAND
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Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth, ISSN 0148-0227, 04/2009, Volume 114, Issue B4, pp. B04401 - n/a
.... Although diachroneity in the age of riser segments on opposite sides of the fault has been noted previously, an unexplored source of uncertainty associated with deriving slip rates from these markers... 
Continental tectonics | Geochronology | Quaternary geochronology | strike-slip and transform | Geomorphological geochronology | Tectonics and landscape evolution | Tectonophysics | Continental neotectonics | 14C | slip rate | strike slip | lidar | Altyn Tagh Fault | 10Be | SYSTEM | GEOCHEMISTRY & GEOPHYSICS | SAN-ANDREAS | ACTIVE DEFORMATION | WELLINGTON FAULT | TRANSIENT STRAIN ACCUMULATION | TIBETAN PLATEAU | FLUVIAL TERRACES | RADIOCARBON CALIBRATION | CRUSTAL DEFORMATION | NORTHERN TIBET
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Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth, ISSN 0148-0227, 10/2008, Volume 113, Issue B10, pp. B10315 - n/a
.... Because active faults are typically characterized by complicated near‐surface structures that vary with the styles of faulting and the types of rock that are ruptured, GPR data can be difficult to interpret. We have acquired 3... 
Seismology | Computational Geophysics | Data processing | Data presentation and visualization | Structural Geology | Continental neotectonics | Exploration Geophysics | Paleoseismology | New Zealand | GPR | active faults | ATTRIBUTES | GEOCHEMISTRY & GEOPHYSICS | GEORADAR DATA | NEW-ZEALAND | SAN-ANDREAS FAULT | WELLINGTON FAULT | 3D GEORADAR | LATE QUATERNARY MOVEMENT | ALPINE FAULT | TAUPO VOLCANIC ZONE | SOUTH ISLAND
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Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, ISSN 0148-0227, 02/2012, Volume 117, Issue B2, p. n/a
...‐slip in the South Island, constrained by GPS velocities and active fault slip data. To interpret these data, we use an approach that inverts the kinematic data... 
New Zealand | subduction | strike‐slip | GPS | neotectonics | crustal deformation | GEOCHEMISTRY & GEOPHYSICS | MARLBOROUGH FAULT SYSTEM | LATE HOLOCENE PALEOSEISMICITY | SOUTH-ISLAND | WELLINGTON FAULT | LATE QUATERNARY MOVEMENT | ALPINE FAULT | HOPE FAULT | HIKURANGI MARGIN | CALIFORNIA SHEAR ZONE | NORTH-ISLAND | Geodetics | Marine geology | Volcanoes | Plate tectonics | Rock deformation | Geophysics
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Geophysical journal international, ISSN 1365-246X, 1996, Volume 124, Issue 3, pp. 833 - 868
...‐slip faults is described by the Gutenburg‐Richter relationship (log n=a ‐ bM) or by the characteristic earthquake model, by analysing a data set of faults from California... 
b values | fault slip | strike slip | earthquakes | Strike slip | Earthquakes | Fault slip | NOVEMBER 1987 | NEW-ZEALAND | SAN-ANDREAS FAULT | ZONE | SOUTHERN-CALIFORNIA | GEOCHEMISTRY & GEOPHYSICS | CHARACTERISTIC EARTHQUAKES | SUPERSTITION HILLS | WELLINGTON FAULT | NORTH CANTERBURY | HOPE FAULT
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New Zealand journal of geology and geophysics, ISSN 1175-8791, 2018, Volume 62, Issue 1, pp. 46 - 71
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Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth, ISSN 0148-0227, 05/2004, Volume 109, Issue B5, pp. B05401 - n/a
Earthquakes with surface‐wave magnitudes of 7.3–7.9 are estimated to be associated with the rupture of the Wellington Fault at relatively regular intervals of 500–770 years... 
General or miscellaneous | Plate motions—present and recent | Exploration Geophysics | Seismology | Paleoseismology | Tectonophysics | seismic hazard | georadar | paleoseismology | Wellington Fault | Seismic hazard | Georadar | GROUND-PENETRATING RADAR | SAN-ANDREAS FAULT | RUPTURE LENGTH | SEISMICITY | REGION | GEOCHEMISTRY & GEOPHYSICS | MAGNITUDE | ARCHITECTURE | DISPLACEMENT | PLATE | NORTHERN SOUTH-ISLAND
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Geophysical Journal International, ISSN 0956-540X, 2014, Volume 198, Issue 1, pp. 174 - 186
...) of the faults in the area of interest need to be understood. In this paper, in addition to geomorphologic observations, we present the results of two ground penetrating radar (GPR... 
Palaeoseismology | Geomorphology | Fractures and faults | Asia | MIGRATION | GROUND-PENETRATING RADAR | NEW-ZEALAND | RESOLUTION | ACQUISITION | EXAMPLES | GEOCHEMISTRY & GEOPHYSICS | GEORADAR DATA | WELLINGTON FAULT | EARTHQUAKES | GEOMETRY | Earth Sciences | Sciences of the Universe
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Geophysical journal international, ISSN 1365-246X, 2014, Volume 198, Issue 1, pp. 609 - 621
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