The massive earthquake In New Zealand exposed new seabed

November 22, 2016 ● 247 views

On November 14th, a 7.8 earthquake rattled New Zealand. It was one of the most powerful ever recorded in the South-Pacific region. Though the quake was just over a minute, lasting damage occurred across the two islands and seismic aftershocks continued for days afterward. GNS scientists Kelvin Berryman audits the damage in Waipapa Bay. The scientist showed the Papatea fault line and the raised coast.


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