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NZSEE Conference 2018

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  • M7.1 – Ayutla, Mexico Tuesday 19 September 2017 This earthquake in Central Mexico occurred as the result of normal faulting at a depth of approximately 50 km. Focal mechanism solutions indicate that the earthquake occurred on a moderately dipping fault, striking either to the southeast, or to the north...
  • EQC travel support for 16th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering The Earthquake Commission is generously providing a number of travel grants-in-aid for NZ based earthquake engineering students and practitioners to attend the 16th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering (WCEE) in Chile in January 2017. The WCEE, whic...
  • Information and Data on Valentine's Day Earthquake Information compiled by Dr. Caroline Holden (GNS) Mw 5.7 FEBRUARY 14th EARTHQUAKE General scientific info on the Mw 5.7 February 14th earthquake: GeoNet info: (Link 1,Link 2) PGA shakemap:   The “ShakeMap” above shows the shaking i...
  • NZSEE Response to the 2016-02-06 Kaohsiung (Taiwan) Earthquake A Mw6.4 earthquake struck Southern Taiwan at 3:57am local time on 6 February 2016 with a depth of 23 km. The city of Tainan (population 1.9M (2014)), approximately 48 km from the epicentre, has been reported as the worst affected city. NZSEE’s thoughts ...
  • New Centre of Research Excellence (CoRE) on Earthquake Resilience: QuakeCoRE On 7 May, Minister Steven Joyce and the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) announced funding for four new Centres of Research Excellence (https://beehive.govt.nz/release/four-more-centres-research-excellence-funded), including  QuakeCoRE: Centre for Ear...
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Seminars

More info for “The Seismic Assessment of Existing Buildings: Engineer Briefing” can be found at http://www.EQ-Assess.org.nz

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