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Ocean-floor topography – South Pacific http://data.gns.cri.nz/geoatlas/image.jsp?image=nz_cont.jpg
Subductions and the NZ Alpine Fault Tonga-Kermadec Trench Macquarie Trench http://all-geo.org/highlyallochthonous/2010/09/all-quiet-on-the-alpine-fault/
Airphoto NZ Alpine Fault http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/geological-exploration/4/5
http://abundanthope.net/pages/Ron_71/Christchurch-Time-Lapse-Quake-Visualisation-Map_printer.shtml Another tectonic map
Geology – New Zealand http://data.gns.cri.nz/geoatlas/image.jsp?image=nz_cont.jpg
Christchurch events Sept. 3, 2010 and Feb. 21, 2011 ftp://hazards.cr.usgs.gov/maps/sigeqs/20110221/NZspecial.jpg
Geology Canterbury-Christchurch http://data.gns.cri.nz/geoatlas/image.jsp?image=nz_cont.jpg
South Island Faults sense recurrence slip rate http://maps.gns.cri.nz/website/af/viewer.htm
Earthquake repetitions on NZ Alpine Fault http://all-geo.org/highlyallochthonous/2010/09/all-quiet-on-the-alpine-fault/
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Does a rock remain the same forever? No, rock changes from one rock type to another. Weathering Erosion Heat Pressure What are some of the forces that.
1.4 OUtline Plates converge or scrape past each other.
Major Geological Events
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